Jimmy Hayes, former NHL participant and NCAA champion, useless at 31
Jimmy Hayes, a former NHL participant who performed for 4 totally different groups and starred at Boston School, has died. He was 31.
Hayes’ dying was introduced by Boston School on Monday.
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“Boston School Hockey is heartbroken over the passing of Jimmy Hayes. Our ideas and prayers exit to your entire Hayes household,” the college stated.
The main points surrounding his dying weren’t clear. In accordance with the Boston Globe, Hayes’ spouse Kristen posted photographs of her and her household at an arcade celebrating the start of one among their sons. Hayes reportedly gave the impression to be OK within the photographs.
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Authorities have been referred to as to Hayes’ Massachusetts house, the place he was pronounced useless, the paper reported.
Hayes was chosen by the Toronto Maple Leafs within the second spherical of the 2008 NHL Draft out of Boston School the place he had received an NCAA Title. He made his debut with the Chicago Blackhawks in 2011 and performed 31 video games for them.
He would go on to play for the Blackhawks from 2011 to 2014. He then performed for the Florida Panthers, Boston Bruins and New Jersey Devils. He was out of the league by the tip of the 2017-18 season.
He scored 54 targets and had 55 assists in 334 video games.
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Hayes can be the older brother of Philadelphia Flyers star Kevin Hayes.