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Some of you may think of Bernard Marcel Parent as the greatest goaltender in Flyers history. He helped lead the Philadelphia Flyers to back to back Stanley Cups, and took Philadelphia by storm. The beloved Parent is a fan favorite, and is always very active with his fans. Bernie has taken that to a whole other level.
Parent, author of Journey Through Risk and Fear, is now a featured columnist for Philly.com, and the most interesting man in Philly started his online writing career with a Valentine's Day message. For the complete article, click here it is certainly worth a read.
Here are some of the excerpts from his first piece:
"Even though these significant events have opened many doors and opportunities beyond my wildest dreams, I am here to introduce you to the human side of me; the primitive side, the animal side, the “wolf.”"
"The wolf would not let my fear of the unknown hold me back, and I reaped the greatest benefits."
"For some, Valentine’s Day is a time to show your appreciation for loved ones. For others, it’s a day of impending doom, a pointless “holiday,” and a yearly reminder of the reasons you are single.
"Being that I am a seasoned ladies man and “Philadelphia’s most interesting man,” I have the same message for both types of people: Find your wolf."
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