A DAY TAITER: FIVE STARS FOR Kevin Lowe

JANUARY, 1981 – NORTHLANDS COLISEUM – Cam Tait, Kevin Lowe, Wayne Gretzky

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                    .....A FEATURE VIDEO FROM 1987                  </h2>
                <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNoCOb5-N4U">
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                    ....CARDS                   </h2>
                <a href="https://www.google.ca/search?q=kevin+lowe+rookie+card&tbm=isch&source=iu&ictx=1&fir=vBXSEWGQkjicrM%252CC302CX_sHZleAM%252C_&vet=1&usg=AI4_-kRFQgk5GOfBHGtOXdwzfMoZoDvU3w&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjrm4aVq53qAhX-IjQIHQRbD74Q9QEwDHoECAoQGw&biw=1064&bih=646#imgrc=vBXSEWGQkjicrM">
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                    TAIT'S Edmonton Sun COLUMN                  </h2>
                <a href="https://edmontonsun.com/opinion/columnists/tait-a-champion-of-a-man-enters-hallowed-territory">
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                    ...BY NUMBERS                   </h2>
                <a href="https://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=3216">
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                    TAIT’S EIGHT - 8 MOST MEMORIABLE THINGS I  HEARD KEVIN SAY IN 40 YEARS OF FRIENDSHIP. <br><br> 8. “ANOTHER BEER, CAMMIE?”  <br><br>7. “YOU ASKING ME FOR A FAVOUR? THAT’S A FIRST”  <br><br>6. “SORRY TO HEAR YOUR MOM PASSED AWAY THIS MORNING. MEET ME AT MY PLACE IN AN HOUR AND STAY AS LONG AS YOU WANT.”  <br><br>5. “WANNA DRIVE THE BOAT? I’M PAID UP WITH INSURANCE.”  <br><br>4. “COME ON,. YOU AND I — A DUET. FROSTY  THE SNOWMAN.”  <br><br>3. “CAMMIE — PUTT THIS ONE OUT FOR ME, WILL YOU?”  <br><br>2. “YOU’RE VERY WELCOME. WE’LL DO IT AGAIN.  <br><br>1. “WANNA GO PARASAILING?”                 </h2>

Published by Cam Tait

Background shareclose email Gary McPherson: pioneer for people with disabilities, visionary, executive, family man and everybody’s friend. Gary’s voice was a strong advocate of reason and negotiability. When Gary passed away in 2010, few people carried his vision on. Sadly, we see it today: people with disabilities are being overlooked and not being heard. Gary was a dear friend of mine who opened many doors for me since 1979. This site is now dedicated to Gary’s legacy. I am going to try — in my own voice — to carry on his legacy. But nobody did things like Gary. I miss you every day, my friend .

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