...don't ever F'ing do it again.
These are the words of wisdom Lou Brown imparted to Willie Mays Hayes in "Major League" after Hayes made a basket catch. Badger Bob Johnson might have said roughly the same thing to Phil Bourque after he tried the RAZZLE-DAZZLE vs. Detroit.
Dec. 16, 1990: A day that will live in infamy. "A minor-league move," said Red Wings color commentator Mickey Redmond. The puck went into the stands at Mellon Arena not long after. The man who got it was a Phil Bourque fan (aren't we all). After the man died, BY DIRECTION OF HIS WILL, his son gave Bourque the puck.
Touching, but creepy. The old 29er had the puck mounted and still has it. That's kind of creepy, too. Top that, Kaspars Daugavins.
UPDATE: The guy who got the puck used in the RAZZLE-DAZZLE isn't dead. He merely had his son give the puck to Bourque. I got an e-mail from him. It's still creepy.