Stan Smyl, captain of the Vancouver Canucks between 1982-1990, was considered the heart and soul of the team. He was picked Most Valuable Player in three different seasons. After retiring, he coached in the Canucks organization before becoming a scout. He’s now senior advisor to the General Manager.
In a video clip recorded for the Good4sports blog, he talks about the value of sports. Post a comment on what you think the greatest value of sport is.
Former Canucks captain Stan Smyl on Discipline from Bob Babinski on Vimeo.