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(CTV News)   "HELP HELP I'M DROWNING- Hey, don't you play for the Habs?"   (montreal.ctvnews.ca) divider line
    More: Spiffy, Montreal Canadiens, National Hockey League, Montreal Canadiens player Paul Byron, Nichelle Nichols, Uhura, Carolina Hurricanes, Quebec, second period NHL hockey action  
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2022-08-01 7:04:39 PM  
Old news. Nice of Byron to set the record straight though and name the guy who did most of the "hero-ing"
 
2022-08-01 7:26:07 PM  
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Umm... are they standing in an oil sheen next to a crashed plane?
 
2022-08-01 7:56:21 PM  

montreal_medic: Old news. Nice of Byron to set the record straight though and name the guy who did most of the "hero-ing"


He did no such thing & out of respect for the pilot only confirmed to the news that this incident occurred.
 
2022-08-01 8:05:35 PM  
This being Canada, there will be a song about this event one day soon.
 
2022-08-01 8:15:58 PM  
Well he is a winger
 
2022-08-01 9:20:52 PM  

ThePea: montreal_medic: Old news. Nice of Byron to set the record straight though and name the guy who did most of the "hero-ing"

He did no such thing & out of respect for the pilot only confirmed to the news that this incident occurred.


From the article, I agree. Not according to TVA though

https://www.tvasports.ca/2022/07/24/paul-byron-sauve-un-pilote-apres-un-ecrasement-1-1
 
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