by Chris on August 16, 2006

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I think the situation in Lowell was one where he didn't want to be the only guy doing the heavy lifting. Hopefully for Canuck, and Moose fans, they get to see a rejuvenated Gordie Dwyer. Good luck Gordie. If you are still with the Canucks December 21, the Goonsquad will be at the Garden to cheer you on.

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1 tweener August 17, 2006 at 5:08 am

You…with three chicks from the office?? They lookin’ for someone to buy a round of latte’s,or what ?? Can’t think of any other reason !!

I second everything that you said about Gordie. Great guy, always willing to tell the truth about the “game”, and how it’s played. I’ll miss him in Lowell, but wish him the best no matter where he winds up.

2 Chris August 17, 2006 at 8:38 am

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I agree Tweener. I hope to cross paths again with Gordie.

3 The Ref August 18, 2006 at 12:18 am

I met Dwyer ‘backstage’ when I went to an LM game this year with Chris, and he was a diamond geezer. As we were driving back to the city, we noticed Gordie was driving the SUV in front of us at a stoplight. I think we almost followed him to see if he was hitting a bar, but decided that would border on psychotic. We went to the Sports Grille in North Station instead. Poppers. Yum.

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5 Kim September 8, 2006 at 12:26 am

I went to high school with Gordie in Richmond, QC Canada. I haven’t had any contact with him in years, but he was a really nice guy and was liked by everyone. I hope that things work out for him.

6 Chris September 8, 2006 at 2:42 am

Well said Kim. I am pulling for him.

7 Chris September 20, 2006 at 9:45 pm
8 Chris September 25, 2006 at 6:40 pm

Dwyer released yesterday. Hopefully someone picks him up.

9 Terry September 25, 2007 at 10:24 pm

I was fortunate to play golf at royal oaks in moncton, with Gordie. There was 4 of us playing in a Ted Nowlan fund raiser Sept.20,2007.You know that my friends and me are just working stiffs, If you could walk along with us you would never know who were the working stiffs and who was the N.H.Ler. We laughed at some of the stories Gordie told us and he laughed at some of the stories we told him,I would like to tell the hockey world that Gordie is a credit to hockey and just a nice guy. Never did he say a bad comment about anyone , and he luves the game. Thanks a lot Gordie for the golf lessons you gave us and we will be looking for you on the ice. Your friends from moncton

10 Chris September 29, 2007 at 1:42 am

Thanks for the story Terry. I agree. Gordie is a super nice guy. I wish him well with the Islanders.

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