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What a timely trip to the City of Champions. This was an unexpected trip to
Edmonton because at the beginning of the season I was not slated to make the
trek to where it all began for me some 30 years ago. Then I received a phone
call from Paul Graham, Vice-President & Executive Producer of Live Events
for TSN, and he notified me that Edmonton was interested in having me get
involved with the Canadian Football Hall of Fame Weekend by emceeing a few
events. That got the ball rolling for yours truly to get out to my old stomping
grounds and have a chance to call the Montreal at Edmonton game, plus get
involved with the aforementioned HOF events. Bonus! I could not believe how
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yelled at the other for fourteen years while playing. Why? Well thats easy. It
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now we are friends and it meant for some pretty good ole stories out in Edmonton
this past week. And like I said before, Id played and was teammates with Brian
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Maritime Football" and legendary coach at St. FX, was the other deserving
inductee. Mr. Loney passed away in 2004 so his brother Ted and his lovely wife
Jan were in attendance to accept the honor bestowed on Mr. Loney. Needless to
say the hospitality suite was rocking each night we were in Edmonton, giving all
the inductees and their families a chance to celebrate and tell some lies and
endless hilarious stories. This made the week one that took a serious toll on
the remaining brain cells I have left. It all started with the Jacket
Presentations on Wednesday evening, the bust unveiling on Thursday morning, the
dinner and speeches Thursday evening then the Hall of Fame Game Saturday
afternoon. I cant tell you how proud I was for the class of 2013 but also for
the City of Champions. Although the professional sports in Edmonton may not be
living up to the top billing lately, the people of Edmonton and their fans
certainly are once again! Over 1,100 folks attended the Edmonton Eskimos Gala
Dinner in conjunction with the 50th Anniversary of the Canadian Football Hall of
Fame celebration and the Induction Ceremonies for the class of 2013. Dave
Randorf co-hosted the induction portion of the evening with me; basically we
just tried not to screw things up because Aquila Productions had everything
under control. It was truly a stellar evening. The work and effort that goes
into something of this magnitude is overwhelming and often a labour of love for
all involved. A Big "slow clap" for Executive Director of the Canadian Football
Hall of Fame Mark DeNobile and Manager, Marketing and Events Sarah Lajeunesse.
Id be remiss if I did not mention the ageless and wonderful Allan Watt, Vice
Presiden,t Marketing and Communications for the Eskimos and the beautiful and
talented Amy Moats, Marketing and Game Operations Coordinator for the Esks. The
man usually in charge of everything Aquila was nowhere to be seen. Unfortunately
the brilliantly talented Don Metz was ill and in the hospital. Only good
thoughts for Don and a speedy recovery! You would have been proud of your team,
in particular Glenn Wiun. A tip of the hat to everyone involved in an
unforgettable weekend recognizing the CFHOF Class of 2013.
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enveloped the club during its second-round comeback against Pittsburgh. Missing
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MCL knee injury. But the most devastating season-ender was Rob Gronkowski and
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rebound somehow to remain competitive but being competitive and winning in the
playoffs are two different tests. Players get injured but for Gronkowski, this
is difficult to comprehend and accept. On the positive side, he is a young,
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