Gino Odjick Obituary, Death – Today I have the unenviable responsibility of having to deliver to you some news that is extremely depressing to say the least. I would want to take this opportunity to apologize in advance for any trouble that this may create. Gino Odjick, who had previously worked as an enforcer in the National Hockey League, went away unexpectedly when he was 52 years old, according to a statement that was issued by his family. This information was divulged in the statement that his family issued after the news. Odjick had been displaying symptoms of this sickness for at least four years prior to his first public disclosure in 2014, when he stated that he was coping with an extremely rare blood condition known as AL amyloidosis. Even though at this point in time the official cause of death has not been determined, it is common knowledge that Odjick went away as a direct result of the ailment that he was suffering from.
Odjick was a veteran player in the National Hockey League (NHL), having played in 605 games during the regular season over the course of a career that saw him play for the Montreal Canadiens, the New York Islanders, the Philadelphia Flyers, and the Vancouver Canucks. During his career, Odjick was a member of four different teams: the Canadiens, the Islanders, the Flyers, and the Canucks. In his time in the National Hockey League, Odjick established himself as an experienced player (NHL).
This information has been confirmed by Rick Dhaliwal, who is a member of the group that is responsible for the Vancouver Canucks. My sincere condolences go out to Gino’s family, the Odjicks, and all of Gino’s other loved ones. Please know that I will be praying for each and every one of Gino’s other loved ones.