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Murphy's Mailbag: What's the newest about Micheal Ferland?

Okay, I know I said that I will not investigate the Tortorella hall game any further. However, someone told me Kellan Lain would like to talk about it, so I had to make the call to bow this story.

Lain currently lives in his birthplace in Oakville, Ontario, and is about to become a fireman.

Lain's last pro hockey year was the ECHL in Idaho in 2016-17. This season he had only one call to Oilers' AHL office in Bakersfield. When the season was over, he considered giving the AHL another shot, or even going to Europe to play there. When his father, Jim, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, Lain decided to stay home to take care of his father.

He says retiring at that time was "an easy decision" so that he could do everything possible for his father. Jim died in February 2018.

Lain's pro days are over, but he started playing with Stoney Creek Generals Senior A last year and his team won the Allan Cup.

Murphy: Okay, let's do it right now. Tom Sestito dropped a bomb two weeks ago and said you were the reason why Bob Hartley started Goon Squad in 2014 in this fateful Canucks Flames game. He wanted revenge for an act you committed in the minor. Is that true?

Lain: I never found out for sure what the reasoning was. But after that season I was in Toronto and met Bob McKenzie. He said, "Do you know why Calgary did it right? They jumped on Blaots Jones from Abbotsford and they wanted a refund. "

That's how I found out and I don't know if that's safe, but Bob usually knows the details.

Murphy: Do you remember anything Torts said before the game other than the line "The Idiots Start"?

Lain: He said, "I don't know what's going to happen, but let Tommy handle the situation out there. Of course I was nervous to know that I would start playing but I had never thought that would happen. I had never had a 5v5 fight in the junior or college area or in the AHL, so sure that this happened.

Murphy: And your parents were flown out for this game?

Lain: My parents (Jim and Sheila) and my brother (Brett) left for the game. I know my brother loved it, he went crazy. And I had fought quite a bit in the AHL and my mother never really liked fighting, so she didn't know what to take from it. But my father was most upset because he wanted to see me play. He was proud that I coped with the situation and things, but he traveled all the way to watch me play and never got around to it. At least they had to see me play a few more times. They also started a game in Detroit and Toronto.

Murphy: Forget guys who say they scored a goal in their first NHL game or even their first NHL shot. I can't imagine that many of the first NHL game stories are better than yours. Do you see it that way?

Lain: People still talk about it today, and what was it six years ago? Whether it's my buddies when something triggers their memory or people I meet for the first time and they say, "Oh yeah, you're the guy whose first game was a Calgary brawl." But definitely never as I imagined. But something that is exciting and that I will remember forever and a good story that I can tell. I don't have bad feelings or I'm not upset about them. It's hockey and you never know what's going to happen, do you?

Murphy: Since you played only two seconds that night, you can say you scored a goal in your first NHL game. (Lain met in the next Canucks game in Edmonton)

Lain: It was something very special for me. I didn't have the easiest route to the NHL and I worked really hard for everything I got. So it was a very special moment. I only remember coming to the bank and I couldn't stop smiling just thinking about what I had been through to get there and how excited I was. Imagine how my family and friends felt at home. It is definitely another moment that I will never forget.

Thanks for this Kellan, now to the mailbag!

How is Ferland's recovery?

– BTF (@ screenwrite59) January 27, 2020

There has been no official information about his recovery lately. But he's skated, and I think the Canucks will send him to Utica with restrictions once he's 100 percent ready. Obviously, this was a very difficult first season in Vancouver for Ferland, who had hoped to have a big impact for the Canucks after signing the four-year, $ 14 million summer contract.

But the concussion problems that haunted him in the second half of last season have reappeared and now he and the club have to be so careful that Ferland will only come back if he is considered healthy enough to play , And its status is even more important when the trading deadline approaches. Ferland has been contracted to play in the top 6 with Vancouver. If he can't return and contribute, GM Jim Benning will no doubt be looking for someone to fill his shoes on the deadline.

Where did Loui Eriksson get his nickname "Sweetness"?

– Rosario #freecheesetits (@ DekeyPetey40) January 27, 2020

I found it out myself. Troy Stecher confirmed it.

Started as Sweet Lou. Turned into sweetness.

(For the younger generation there was a baseball player nicknamed Sweet Lou Whitaker)

We need to know why Boeser can't choose the music after the game … how bad can his taste in music be? What does he like?

– myra (@myra_mc) January 27, 2020

I've had this question from a lot of people since the last mailbag. So here is Brock's answer.

Seems somewhat cruel that Jake Brock's place in the top row would make fun of him too.

How is Peaches doing?

– Faux Linds (@ Cheekster16) January 27, 2020

Peach has just turned three and is so great. When I get home from the games, she sleeps upstairs. But when Peach hears my car pull up, she always comes down the stairs with her eyes half open and greets me with a stuffie.

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Where do I get a Doggo like you from?

– Steve Wickenheiser (@wick_stev) January 27, 2020

We adopted Peach after not completing PADS training. She has allergies that are so severe that she can never appear as a companion dog. Although I'm sure that Peach would have failed anyway without allergies. Let's just put it this way: Peach should be a pet. However, if you want to take a path similar to ours, read https://pads.ca/. You are doing an incredible job.

What hair care product do you use?

– Terry (@ surreycanuck6) January 27, 2020

I wish I could plug a product in here, but the truth is I don't use a product unless my hair is a bit long and unruly. I also wash my hair with hand soap. That's right. My skin care and hair routine is based on hand soap. Simplifies street life since I don't have to take rubbish with me

If the Canucks won a Stanley Cup, would you be emotional or do you consider it such a job now that you would not be personally affected?

– Vikingstad (@HockeyRockBeer) January 27, 2020

My answer to this question is different than when I started my job. There's no question that covering sports for a living will get the fan out of you. When I was growing up, these were the teams I was looking forward to:

Vancouver Canucks

Seattle Seahawks

Seattle Sonics

Montreal Expos

As you can see, there aren't many championships there. The Sonics won their title when they were the Super Sonics and I was just nine years old. So no memory at all for me. I think 1994 could have been the best year for me as a sports fan. I was 24 years old and probably in the prime of my sports fandom. It would have been a lot of fun celebrating a title because I've been a sports fan long enough to understand that winning a title wasn't a guarantee for “your team”. So I had two cracks this year. But the expos were ripped off when the league closed in the middle of the season and the Canucks naturally lost in game 7 of the final.

I started treating the Canucks full time at the beginning of the 2001/02 season. And if they had won a trophy on the West Coast Express in one of those years, I would have enjoyed it a bit. But since then my fandom has eroded significantly. I guess I would still be a little happy seeing the Canucks win the trophy, but it would be more based on being happy for certain people. I would have loved to see the Sedin Twins or Bieksa or Luongo hoisted the Stanley Cup in 2011. And now I would definitely feel good for people like Nolan Baumgartner and Alex Edler and Chris Tanev. People I've known for many years.

Most of what I've invested in a sporting event in the past decade was the men's gold medal game at the 2010 Olympics. But one of my lifelong friends, Chris Pronger, was on this team and it was more than just cheering for my country.

Side note: After Canada won gold that evening, we (myself, my wife and the entire Pronger crew) went to Il Giardino for dinner. After we sat down, Patrick Marleau and Brenden Morrow came in and grabbed a table. At that moment the whole restaurant got up and sang Oh Canada. It was a super cool moment.

My first team championship was the Super Bowl win at Seahawks 2014, so to speak. And it was a great moment. It was a lot of fun to see a team that I always cheered for their victory. But was it as good as I thought it would be? To be honest, no. I thought it was great that the Seahawks won, but when Monday ran around I definitely didn't have a championship glow.

Questioner for the first time. Long time readers. Why the reduced amount of Cheech eating pictures? Twitter was developed for this.

– Jeff MacDonald (@JWGMacDonald) January 27, 2020

Jeff, you are so right. I did my duties a little carelessly. Sometimes I hesitate a little to put all these burger shots online because I feel like I am tweeting their exploding cholesterol live. I'm going to post a post from this current road trip, but until then, how about it: I looked through my pictures to find the very first one I had from Cheech Dining. It was November 7th, 2013. Looks like Johnny Rockets in San Jose to me.

What should a lifelong # Canucks fan do / see on his first trip to Vancouver? Coming out for #SedinWeek lol… ..please like the post if you choose my question! I will listen for sure.

– BA Canuckus (@NuckOnTheRock) January 27, 2020

• Do the BCMC or the Grouse Grind.
• Take a look at the Capilano suspension bridge.
• Walk, run or cycle on the dike.
• Take the time to go to Whistler if you can.
• Have a beer or three on Granville Island.
• The Museum of Anthropology has some great First Nations art.
• Commercial ride for corner shops, English Bay and Lighthouse Park.
• Have fun.

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