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http://canadiens.nhl.com/team/app/?service...rticleid=400685

MONTREAL– Following a slight discomfort suffered earlier today, the Montreal Canadiens are pleased to announce that Mr. Jean Béliveau’s condition is fine and he is feeling much better.

Now 77 years old, the Canadiens legendary captain was attending the funeral of father Paul Aquin, a longtime friend, when he suddenly felt uneasy due to a drop in blood pressure. Although his condition is not a cause for concern, he will undergo furthers tests as a precautionary measure.

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It's good that he's OK. When I saw that he went to hospital on RDS I was scared, Jean is a great person and a legend.

With the focus in the modern times of hockey being more about pay checks and images, the part in bold becomes more important...People of the calibre of class and humanity of a Jean Beliveau are becoming rarer by the minute...It's come to a sad point where we can't afford to lose him but ultimately will.

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Since the rocket passed away, Jean Beliveau is the true heart and soul of this beautiful province that we call "Le Quebec"

We all need some heroes and Jean Beliveau is mine.

Wish you the best and the quickest recovery possible "Gros Bill".

Well put, wish you good health and many more great years,thank you for all the memories.

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Since the rocket passed away, Jean Beliveau is the true heart and soul of this beautiful province that we call "Le Quebec"

We all need some heroes and Jean Beliveau is mine.

Wish you the best and the quickest recovery possible "Gros Bill".

Well put, wish you good health and many more great years,thank you for all the memories.

Since the rocket passed away, Jean Beliveau is the true heart and soul of this beautiful province that we call "Le Quebec"

We all need some heroes and Jean Beliveau is mine.

Wish you the best and the quickest recovery possible "Gros Bill".

Well put, wish you good health and many more great years,thank you for all the memories.

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