After losing Budd Lynch last fall, the Windsor Star's Bob Duff reports that the Red Wings' organization will say its final farewells to another beloved member of their organization:
Windsor’s Joe Ducharme was a cult hero to hockey fight tape junkies.
Back in the mid-1980s when working with video was something new to NHL teams, Ducharme served as video coordinator for the Detroit Red Wings, making him the only person with access to VHS footage of Joe Kocur and Windsor’s Bob Probert when the Bruise Brothers were the heavyweight champions of hockey.
Ducharme, who died Sunday at the age of 90, worked for the Red Wings from 1970-2004 and during his work as video coordinator for the club received Stanley Cup rings from the team for his work with Detroit’s championship squads in 1996-97, 1997-98 and 2001-02, and the father of six children suggested that was one ring for each of his three sons.
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