The Minnesota Wild honored the late Derek Boogaard with an emotional five-minute video tribute before Sunday's game against Calgary. The team also presented the Boogaard family with a painting and donated $10,000 to his favorite charity.
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The Minnesota Wild will honor the late Derek Boogaard before their Nov. 27 game against Calgary at XCel Energy Center. Fans will be given a Boogaard poster and a tribute video will be shown. A donation will also be made to Defending The Blue Line, one of many charities he supported.
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Goaltender Niklas Backstrom has shutouts in his last two starts against the last-place Calgary Flames. This game will follow the Wild's tribute to their most popular tough-guy, the late Derek Boogaard.
New York Times: Boogaard had degenerative brain disease
The New York Times is reporting that former Wild and Rangers enforcer Derek Boogaard had a degenerative brain disease, caused by repeated trauma to his head. Boogaard, who died earlier this year because of a drug overdose, is the subject of a special series focusing on his career, and death.
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A New York Times report claims Derek Boogaard was given more than 100 prescriptions for thousands of pills from more than a dozen NHL doctors. He died last year of an accidental overdose of narcotic painkillers and alcohol. The Minnesota Wild and the New York Rangers left winger struggled with addiction to some of the very drugs team doctors were providing.
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The New York Times has published an exhaustive article on the late Derek Boogaard, who is characterized as an enforcer who had the most feared right hand in the NHL. "Derek Boogaard: Blood on the ice" is must reading.
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