Lance Galbraith was a well-known and loved NHL player, whose sudden death has hit the world so hard.
His sudden dismissal was made known on news, which has saddened all of the Ottawa 67’s and OSEG fans.
Lance was skilled in what he did, as he starred in the Barber Poles for five seasons, and also helped lead the 67’s to every the Memorial Cup championship in ‘99 and the J. Ross Robertson Cup in 2001. His team members described him as someone who was fearless.
NHL player Lance Galbraith reportedly died at the age of 42, who holds the record of 349 points (145g-204a) in 466 career ECHL games over eight seasons. In the time span of 2001 to 2010, he has played for Augusta, Dayton, Idaho, Alaska, and Utah.
Aside those Achievements, he holds the rank sixth in ECHL history with 2,104 career penalty minutes. Likewise, Lance captured Kelly Cup championships with the Steelheads in 2004 and 2007.
Throughout is career life, he had suited up with Fort Wayne in the United Hockey League and Wichita in the Central Hockey League. Likewise, he has played at the minor level as a pro and won an ECHL championship in Idaho.
Lance was born on February 21, 1980, and died at 42, May his soul rest in peace.