Former Blackhawks goaltender Ray Emery was identified as the victim in an early morning drowning on Sunday at the Hamilton Harbour, according to the Hamilton Police. He was 35.
At 2:50 pm, HPS recovered the body of former @NHL player Ray Emery, 35. Emery was reported missing just after 6:00 am in #HamOnt harbour. His body was recovered in close proximity to where he was last seen. Family has been notified. Cause of death to be confirmed pending a PM.— Hamilton Police (@HamiltonPolice) July 15, 2018
According to the Hamilton Spectator, Emery and his friends jumped in the water around the docks of the Royal Hamilton Yacht Club around 6:30 a.m., but Emery never resurfaced. His body was recovered later in the day.
Emery played in the NHL for 10 seasons, two of which came with the Blackhawks from 2011-13.
On April 2013, Emery and Corey Crawford won the William M. Jennings Trophy, awarded to the goaltender who allows the fewest goals in the season.
Emery finished the 2012-13 Stanley Cup-winning campaign with a 17-1 record, 1.94 GAA, and .922 save percentage.
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School: Chicago Ag Science
Head coach: Shawn Finnin
Assistant coaches: Craig Dovich Vince Patterson KJ Jones Richard Price
How they fared in 2017: 6-4 (5-1 CPL Chicago Great Lakes Conference). Chicago Ag made the Class 4A state playoff field and lost to Rochelle in opening round action.
2018 Regular Season Schedule:
Aug. 24 @ Lindblom
Aug. 31 vs Hubbard
Sept 7 vs King
Sept. 14 @ Harlan
Sept. 21 @ Julian
Sept. 28 vs Marshall
Oct. 4 vs Goode
Oct. 13 @ Urban Prep Englewood
Oct. 19 vs Orr
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Biggest storyline: Can the Cyclones keep winning in a new conference (CPL Illini Windy City) starting this year?
Names to watch this season: TE Tony Stafford and OL Kam Williams
Biggest holes to fill: The Cyclones will need to replace 8 starters on defense lost to graduation.
EDGY's Early Take: The Cyclones had a historic season in 2017 making the IHSA state playoff field for the first time in school history. With the recent success comes a "move up" to the Illini division this fall. Look for Ag Science to rely on an experienced offense (seven starters) including four returning starters on the Cyclones offensive line from a year ago.