Chris Simon Obituary: When word leaked out that former NHL enforcer Chris Simon had died at the age of 54, the Canadian National Hockey League was truly shocked. Chris ends up being the most recent tough person to take his own life. The public is simply shown by Chris’s death that nobody can really know what other people are going through on the inside.

Frank Seravalli was the one who first revealed Chris’s death on Twitter. This narrative is still developing, thus the reason Chris had to take his life has not yet been made public.

Who Is Chris Simon

Simon, a native of Wawa, Ontario, was born in 1972 and spent two seasons as a player for the Flames. During the 2004 Stanley Cup Final run, he scored five goals in sixteen postseason games.

During his 15-year NHL career, he was ranked p 1,824 PIM and 101 fighting major. In addition, he appeared in the Stanley Cup finals with CGY and WSH in 1996 and won a Stanley Cup with the AVS. He belonged to the elite group of NHL players in his era.

Chris’s girlfriend, Jody Lee, family, and fans will all miss him terribly. It is impossible to put into words how much he meant to everyone who knew him; he transformed and touched the lives of many members of his family and community, gave selflessly and loved with great passion, left a legacy, and left a light that will never go out.

More information will be available whenever his family members make it public. No precise information has been made public as of yet. Make sure to sign up for our newsletter and visit (isinfo24) frequently to avoid missing any information.

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