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E.J. McGUIRE – MORE THAN JUST A GOOD COACH, AN EVEN BETTER HUMAN BEING

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We only had a few opportunities to speak with E.J. McGuire. Sure we could have written something that would have sounded either totally disconnected and written like some heartless obituary. Instead we decided to speak to a few of the people who knew him best and get their thoughts on the loss of not only the Hartford Wolf Pack’s first coach, but their friend and colleague.

After reading this story, we hope you’ll share your recollections of this truly fine person.

We’ll start with Gerry Cantelon who has been covering hockey in the state of Connecticut for the Associated Press and Waterbury Republican-American, Elm City Citizen Newspapers and Hat Trick magazine, plus numerous independent hockey publications and websites for more years than any of us care to remember. He has covered the Hartford Wolf Pack, and later the Connecticut Whale from day one and of all of the reporters around knew McGuire best.

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A SAD, SAD DAY… EJ McGUIRE DEAD AT 58

HartfordWHALE MOURN THE PASSING OF EJ McGUIRE

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Was the Wolf Pack’s First Head Coach

HARTFORD, CT: The National Hockey League today announced the loss of Edward John “EJ” McGuire, who passed away after a courageous battle with cancer. He was 58.

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