The Montreal Canadiens have just announced a major retirement within the organization

Published December 6, 2023 at 5:20 PM
In the last few minutes, the Montreal Canadiens organization officially released a statement to close the chapter on the brilliant career of the great Dr. Mulder.

«This concludes the 60-year career of Dr. Mulder with the Canadiens.»
- Montreal Canadiens

It's a significant turning point for the organization! See an excerpt from the statement.

«MONTREAL - Those who work in the world of sports will probably tell you that their job is important, but they don't save lives.

This is a saying used by professionals in the field to put things into perspective, despite immense pressure and being under close scrutiny.

However, for some, this saying is not always true.

One of these people is Dr. David S. Mulder, the former chief physician of the Canadiens who recently retired after a 60-year career. []»
- Montreal Canadiens

And they provide examples, like that of Trent McCleary, who nearly died at the Centre Bell, and that of Saku Koivu.

A read we highly recommend:

«Dr. Mulder's career ended in the most beautiful way, with a charity gala organized in his name, which raised 1.5 million dollars. The funds will be distributed to various causes related to medicine, hockey, and education in Quebec.

A beautiful way for the man from Saskatchewan who dreamed of playing in the NHL to hang up his stethoscope.»
- Montreal Canadiens

Happy retirement, super Dr. Mulder!
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