On Tuesday, March 19, 2024, the NHL Players’ Association announced the death of 52-year-old Stanley Cup-winning winger Chris Simon. Nobody actually thinks that the story is real. Chris was a highly skilled team player and leader within his team. It is “thought to be attributable to significant brain trauma during his hockey career,” according to family members, who claim he suffers from signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE.

Chris was a crucial member of his team, not just a member. All who had the honor of knowing him were forever changed by his enormous physique, charismatic demeanor, contagious excitement, and unwavering dedication to his work.

In order to comfort the Simon family and his fiancée, who will be going through a lot right now after losing a wonderful one like him, Chris’s coworkers and friends had to go public with their heartfelt eulogies as word spread that he had passed away.

Born in 1972, Simon played for the Flames for two seasons. He is a native of Wawa, Ontario. In sixteen postseason games, he scored five goals during the 2004 Stanley Cup Final run.

He was ranked 101 fighting major and 1,824 PIM during his 15-year NHL career. He also won a Stanley Cup with the AVS and participated in the 1996 Stanley Cup finals with CGY and WSH. Among the best players in the NHL at the time, he was.

The loss of him is deeply felt by his friends and community.

His cause of death is still unknown, but we will update this page (isinfo24) as more information becomes available. In the meantime, sign up for our newsletter to receive notifications as soon as we provide any new information.

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