Eddie Shack Death – Dead :Eddie Shack Obituary : 4-time Stanley Cup winner Passed Away.
Eddie “The Entertainer” Shack has died, according to the following statements posted on social media on July. 26, 2020.
LA Kings on Twitter: “The LA Kings are saddened to learn of the passing of Eddie “The Entertainer” Shack, a 4-time Stanley Cup winner and larger-than-life personality. We fondly remember his tenure with the LA Kings starting in 1969, and send our condolences to his family, friends & teammates.
The LA Kings are saddened to learn of the passing of Eddie “The Entertainer” Shack, a 4-time Stanley Cup winner and larger-than-life personality.
We fondly remember his tenure with the LA Kings starting in 1969, and send our condolences to his family, friends & teammates. pic.twitter.com/oEQk1Qx0Ud
— LA Kings (@LAKings) July 26, 2020
Eddie Shack was known for his bruising style and larger-than-life personality, he won four Stanley Cups with Toronto in the 1960s, including the franchise’s last victory in 1967
Toronto Maple Leafs wrote
The Maple Leafs are deeply saddened by the passing of Eddie Shack. A three-time all star and four-time Stanley Cup champion, Eddie entertained Leafs fans on the ice for nine seasons and for decades off of it. He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts are with his family.
Christine Simpson wrote
Eddie Shack was my neighbour & once after a winter storm I mentioned to him how much damage it did to the trees in my backyard. Next day it was all gone. I had no idea who did it until Ron Ellis told me Eddie brought a chainsaw over & did it himself. He was one of a kind.
“He came by the nickname The Entertainer honestly. So much fun to be around. RIP.”
— Darryl Sittler
Via Eddie Shack’s close friend Brian Ehrenworth & confirmed by Sittler, Shack passed away last night after valiant fight with throat cancer. RIP Eddie. Thx for making hockey fun. pic.twitter.com/oW1aWVvVwN
— Mike Zeisberger (@Zeisberger) July 26, 2020
Hockey Legend, fellow Sudburian, Eddie Shack has passed away.
— Blain Potvin (@BlainPotvin_THW) July 26, 2020
Mike Stephens wrote
Eddie Shack basically lived on the Starbucks patio near my parents’ house. The guy was the friendliest person on earth. Often, he would wait until my mom went inside & proceed to tell me stories that blew my 6 yo mind. Best part is he did this with everyone.
The Penguins are deeply saddened to learn about the passing of alumnus Eddie Shack at the age of 83. Shack played games for the Penguins during the 1971.72 and 1972.73 seasons.
— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) July 26, 2020
There really hasn’t been another NHL player quite like Eddie Shack. Even his skate out as one of the Three Stars was an event. Rest In Peace https://t.co/xAIqqYJBLo
— Chris Cuthbert (@CCpxpSN) July 26, 2020
When I was in Grade 2, my chum Glenn had this “Clear the Track for Eddie Shack”.
I had just returned to Canada and was learning about hockey and this immediately had my attention. I wanted one…but gladly accepted the “Six Million Dollar Man” one I got instead. pic.twitter.com/iaj4OIAM57
— Marc Hodgkinson (@Mr_H_Teacher) July 26, 2020
NHL Public Relations wrote
The NHL mourns the passing of four-time Stanley Cup champion Eddie Shack. A fierce competitor on the ice, Shack was a perennial fan favorite whose personality earned him the moniker “The Entertainer.”
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