Found October 11, 2011 on Ranger Nation:
Mark Herrmann of Newsday writes a very touching story of former New York Rangers winger and current Rangers special assistant with Prospect Development and Community Relations Adam Graves on how he has inspired an ailing Blueshirts fan. That explains why Mayo wrote and published a children’s book after Graves hosted Mayo and an ailing buddy in [...]
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  • Adam Graves is and allways was a top of the line individual.
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