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Hockey: Hayes, star of Boston College, died aged 31

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Two years ago the last game as a pro after 7 seasons in Nhl. He leaves behind his wife and two three-year-old and two-month-old children

Jimmy Hayes, former Toronto Maple Leafs player, star of the Chicago Blackhawks, has died aged 31. The former winger was found in his home on the outskirts of Boston, no other details were revealed. He leaves behind his wife and two children. Hayes was picked in 2008 by Toronto and two years later he helped Boston College clinch their second consecutive national title, with 13 goals and 22 assists in 42 games. In 2011 he made his NHL debut after an exchange with the Chicago Blackhawks. He also played for the Florida Panthers, Boston Bruins, and New Jersey Devils. In his 7 seasons as NHL he played 334 games with 54 goals and 55 assists.

The condolences

“With his personality he immediately impressed his teammates and fans,” wrote the Blackhawks in a statement. “We are proud of the memory he left in Chicago.” On Twitter, Boston College wrote that it was “heartbroken” over the disappearance of the former star. Born in Dorchester, Mass., Hayes played his last game as a pro in 2019, then became co-host of a podcast called “Missin Curfew”. Younger brother, Kevin, plays for the Philadelphia Flyers.


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