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Phil Bourque

Retired hockey player who received two Stanley Cups as an associate from the Pittsburgh Penguins. He later on became a color commentator for Penguins radio broadcasts, where he gained the nickname “Ol’ Two-Niner” from Penguins followers. He performed two seasons using the Kingston Canadians in the Ontario Hockey Little league before being authorized from the Penguins. He almost died after dropping off a forty-foot cliff in Az, suffering a damaged skull and nose cavity among additional accidental injuries. His cousin is definitely Hall of Famer Raymond Bourque. He received the 1990-91 Stanley Glass alongside then-rookie Jaromir Jagr as an associate from the Penguins.

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