I have this small group of players for whom I have TREMENDOUS respect for all of the ways in which you contribute in hockey as well as off the ice. Lindsay sits among them. The players owe a tremendous debt of gratitude to Ted Lindsay, and an armband, or some sort of display, won't be a shock for me to see.
Ted Lindsay who retired as the all time leader in penalty minutes (passed by many since) and the left wing on the Detroit famous 'production line' has passed away today at 93.
He was a tough as nails true power forward who put fear into anyone who he met in a corner and could score as well. He won four cups with the Wings who traded him to the lowly BlackHawks as punishment for his part in attempting to create the leagues first players association. A rift that lasted a lifetime betw