Is Mike Bossy dead?
Yes. Mike Bossy died on April 15, 2022
Details of Mike Bossy's Death
Mike Bossy (born as Michael Dean Bossy) born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on January 22, 1957. He died following a Lung Cancer on April 15, 2022 at the age of 65.
How did Mike Bossy die?
His cause of death was Lung Cancer.
Mike Bossy's Noteable Works & Biography
Mike Bossy was a Canadian professional ice hockey player with the New York Islanders of the National Hockey League. He spent his entire NHL career, which lasted from 1977 to 1987, with the Islanders, and was a crucial part of their four consecutive Stanley Cup championships in the early 1980s.
Bossy won the Calder Memorial Trophy in 1978 as NHL rookie of the year when he set the then-record for most goals by a rookie with 53. He won the Conn Smythe Trophy in the 1982 Stanley Cup playoffs as the most valuable player and the Lady Byng Trophy for combining high quality play with sportsmanship three times. He led the NHL in goals twice and was second three further times. Bossy was voted to the league’s first all-star team as right wing five times, with three further selections to the second all-star team. He is one of two players to score consecutive Stanley Cup-winning goals (1982 and 1983) and the only player to record four game-winning goals in one playoff series (1983 Conference Final).
Quick Facts about Mike Bossy
- Birth Name: Michael Dean Bossy
- Occupation: Hockey Player
- Birth Date: January 22, 1957
- Birth Place: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
- Death Date: April 15, 2022
- Death Place: Rosemère, Quebec, Canada
- Cause of Death: Lung Cancer
Tweets paying respect to Mike Bossy
When a celebrity like Mike Bossy dies there is bound to be lots of online buzz. His death is no exception. Below you can find 3 tweets about the passing of Mike Bossy. Of course there are lots more tweets you can find my searching twitter for Mike Bossy.
Mike Bossy, four-time Stanley Cup Champion and Hockey Hall of Fame member, has passed away at 65 pic.twitter.com/yC01tLa9ea— Hockey Night in Canada (@hockeynight) April 15, 2022