Sad to see him retire but at the same time he had a pretty damn good career. Had some epic wins and I would say he is one of my all-time favorites becasue of his willingness to trade punches with the heaviest hitters in the game, in which he also was. What was not to like but a little inconsistency. All fighters go through it including Probert who lost to Chris Tamer
once. Some nights as he said you just don't want to do it but you have to for your team.
I'm going to take the other side out and remember the wars with Orr, McGrattan, Boogaard and the bloodying of Brashear and destruction of Macintyre. He showed up in the big fights just like superstars show up in the big games. Biggest disappointment is that he didd'nt get to avenge his loss to Carkner.
All the best to life after hockey EG.