Speaking ahead of late hockey legend Guy LaFleur’s funeral on Tuesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shared his thoughts on what the Habs legend meant to Canadians. “Today’s the day to reflect and celebrate on everything he gave us,” said Trudeau. LaFleur, who won five Stanley cups with the Montreal Canadiens, died from lung cancer on April 22 at 70 years old.
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