They prayed for Damar, honked for Damar and showered love on Damar on Sunday at Highmark Field. On a grey, frigid afternoon in Buffalo, fans waved signs in the shape of a heart for Damar Hamlin, the Bills safety who collapsed to the turf on Monday night after he went into cardiac arrest.
Players on both teams came out for warm-ups wearing shirts emblazoned with Hamlin’s No. 3. The crowd held up three fingers in gloved hands in a salute to the 24-year-old who remains in critical condition in an intensive-care unit in Cincinnati. On the Buffalo sideline, tears ran down players’ cheeks during the national anthem.
In the wee hours early Saturday – 2:31 a.m. to be precise – Hamlin texted teammate Tre’Davious White and apologized to him. “I’m sorry I did this to you all.”
“I just want to hug the hell out of him,” White said.
It has been an emotional week in Western New York and throughout the football world, a week in which Hamlin was near death, awoke on Wednesday, began to breathe on his own on Thursday and briefly engaged with the team via video call on Friday.
On Sunday on social media he posted a photo of himself in bed, flanked by his parents Mario and Nina, as they prepared to watch the Bills take on the New England Patriots. After the Bills won, 35-23, he used Facebook to call his teammates in the dressing room.
He was awarded a game ball along with training staff who helped save his life after he made a tackle against the Bengals on Monday Night Football, got up and then tumbled backward as his heart stopped.
“For Damar to go through what he went through, it touched a lot of our hearts,” Tremaine Edmunds, a Buffalo linebacker, said after the victory. The Bills finished the regular season 13-3 and face the visiting Miami Dolphins next weekend in the playoffs. “It was a tough week for all of us.
“In particular it was tough being on the field today and know the same thing that happened to him could happen to any of us.”
As is custom, hearty Bills fans partook in elaborate tailgate parties, beginning a mile before the stadium, which is in the suburb of Orchard Park. One who appeared well lubricated stood in the upper deck, wind whipping around him, in a T-shirt in sub-zero temperatures.
The place exploded when Buffalo’s Nyheim Hines returned the opening kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown. After catching the ball, he started up the centre of the field and then veered to the right sideline and out-galloped all giving chase.
It took 14 seconds and erased much of the anxiety that had built up here over the past seven days.
“We wanted to come out and play free and loose for Damar, and for us to score on the opening kickoff could not have been scripted better,” said Josh Allen, the Bills quarterback. “For me, it was spiritual to watch it. Bone-chilling.
“I can’t remember a play that ever touched me like that. I went around my teammates on the sideline saying, ‘God is real.’”
Allen paused and choked back tears as he added that it was the Bills’ first kickoff return for a score in three years and three months. He wore a ball cap with the No. 3 above its bill and a No. 3 patch near his left shoulder. Allen also threw for three touchdowns, and Buffalo made three interceptions.
Hines put the Bills ahead for good at 21-17 in the third quarter when he ran another kickoff back, this time for 101 yards. It is only the 11th time a player has returned two kickoffs for scores in one game in NFL history, and the first time since Leon Washington of Seattle did so on Sept. 26, 2010.
“It was extremely special,” Dion Dawkins, a 320-pound offensive tackle, said with his rambunctious three-year-old, Delilah, on his knee. “Things like that don’t just don’t happen. It shows God is real. We are blessed that Damar was with us.
“There is a weird energy now that seems to be flowing to each and every one of us.”
As he talked, Delilah played with the microphone in front of him. “It’s not so scary,” she said as she surveyed an interview room full of journalists.
The Patriots put up a good effort. The game was tied 14-14 at the half before the Bills pulled away. New England’s Mac Jones threw for 243 yards and also three touchdowns; Allen finished with 254 yards in a workman-like effort.
Hines had once returned two kicks for touchdowns in a single game for Indianapolis – a punt and a kickoff. He finished with four kickoff returns for 235 yards. After his second touchdown, the Patriots tried to kick away from him but it backfired when the ball trickled out of bounds and Buffalo got the ball to start a drive at its 40-yard line.
“It was electric,” Hines said of the first touchdown. “It was a special moment for me, but everything that happened was for Damar. I am just speechless. It’s more than about me.
“In Cincinnati we learned that there are so many things bigger than football.”
Allen had touchdown passes of four yards to Dawson Knox, 42 yards to John Brown, who made a diving catch on his fingertips, and 49 yards to Stefon Diggs.
Knox held up three fingers as cameras caught him in the end zone after his score.
Buffalo’s players knelt at midfield after the game and then raised their hands, all showing the No. 3.
“Going in there were a lot of unknowns,” said Sean McDermott, the Bills coach. “I wasn’t sure how the guys would handle it. It is a unique situation for us. To see Nyheim come out and score in the opening seconds was really surreal.”
He tipped his cap to Buffalo’s raucous fans – they call themselves the Bills Mafia.
“We lift each other up,” McDermott said. “We need them like they need us. That is what we do for each other.”
Bobby Hull, the first NHLer to score over 50 goals in a season, dies at 84 – CBC Sports
Hockey Hall of Famer Bobby Hull has died at the age of 84.
He played for Chicago and Hartford of the NHL as well as the World Hockey Association’s Winnipeg Jets over a 23-year pro career. The Chicago organization confirmed his death Monday.
In 1961, he helped lead Chicago to its first Stanley Cup in 23 years, and is 55th on the NHL’s all-time scoring list with 610 goals and 560 assists. He also had 303 goals and 335 assists in the WHA for combined 913 goals in both leagues in 1,474 games.
To put that into context, Wayne Gretzky has a combined total of 940 goals in both leagues over 1,567 games, although all but 80 of those were in the NHL.
His 604 goals with Chicago remain a team record.
“Hull is part of an elite group of players who made a historic impact on our hockey club,” the club said in a statement. “Generations of Chicagoans were dazzled by Bobby’s shooting prowess, skating skill and overall team leadership.”
Hull was the first player in NHL history to score more than 50 goals in a single season. He set the record of 54 in 1966 and broke it by four goals a couple of seasons later.
Along with Chicago teammate Stan Mikita he helped popularize the curved hockey stick blade in the NHL. He would first soak the wooden blade, bend it under a door and leave it overnight. It made Hull’s slapshot, clocked at close to 200 kilometres per hour, even harder for a goalie to stop.
WATCH | Hull on leaving Chicago, playing in the WHA and his son, Brett:
His defection to Winnipeg of the WHA in 1972 was the catalyst that helped shatter the NHL’s stranglehold on players. It also started the escalation of salaries that now make Hull’s once record-setting million-dollar payday look like small change.
There were plenty of hard feelings at the time on both sides, but in 2011 a statue of Hull was erected alongside one of Mikita outside the United Center, where Chicago now plays.
“I never, ever thought in 100 years I’d ever be standing here tonight,” Hull said at the unveiling.
Top NHL scorer 7 times
Robert Marvin Hull Jr., was born Jan. 3, 1939 in Pointe Anne, Ont., now part of the city of Belleville, and was 12 when he was first scouted by Chicago. He started playing with the team in 1957 at 18.
He was regarded as the fastest skater in the NHL and led the league in scoring seven times in the 1960s. When he left the NHL in 1972 for the WHA, he was second on the all-time scoring list behind only Gordie Howe, and Howe had been in the league for an extra decade.
“It was sort of a dream that came true,” said Joe Daley, Hull’s teammate on the Jets who is from the Winnipeg area. “You always hope that you get a chance to have wonderful teammates, and I got lucky in having him here.
“Certainly, what he brought to Winnipeg and the way he conducted himself with every fan in every city, it was amazing to see.”
Although not large by today’s standards (five-foot-10 and just under 190 pounds), the muscular Hull was not afraid to scrap. In 1966, when he set his first scoring record, he also had 70 penalty minutes in 65 games.
In an era when few players worked out in the off-season, Hull stayed in shape throwing around bales of hay on his farm, which led to a still iconic black and white photo of the shirtless Hull in action, a bale on the end of his pitchfork.
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In 1978, Hull was made an Officer of the Order of Canada. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1983 and his No. 9 jersey was retired by Chicago and the old Winnipeg Jets (who moved to Phoenix in 1996 and became the Coyotes before the Atlanta Thrashers moved to Winnipeg in 2011 and reclaimed the Jets name).
Son Brett became a star and Hall of Famer in his own right as a star scorer with St. Louis and Dallas and is 25th on the NHL’s all-time scoring list.
Bobby and Brett each won the Hart Trophy as league MVP, becoming the first father-son duo to accomplish the feat. Bobby won in 1964-65 and 1965-1966, while Brett won in 1990-1991.
In a statement released by the St. Louis Blues, for whom he works as an ambassador, Brett said his father gave his family and others “a tremendous amount of great memories.”
“Those of us who were lucky enough to spend time with him will cherish those forever,”Brett said. “He will be greatly missed.”
Bobby Hull will always have a special place in our Blues family. The memories we share with him and Brett are some of the fondest in our team’s history. The entire Blues organization extends our condolences to the Hull family as they mourn the passing of the “Golden Jet.” <a href=”https://t.co/BHyD2AmGtG”>pic.twitter.com/BHyD2AmGtG</a>
Hull renewed ties with the the Jets after their return to Winnipeg.
“I was lucky enough I actually got to meet Bobby Hull. He was an awesome guy to meet,” Jets forward Mark Scheifele said. “Obviously, a moment that I’ll cherish for the rest of my life.
“He was a guy that revolutionized the game and was one of the stars and made hockey what it is today. So we wouldn’t be where we are without him.”
Scheifele called Hull a Winnipeg “legend.”
“He always will be,” Scheifele said. “He’s something that made hockey what it is in the world, and especially in Winnipeg. Obviously, his legacy will always be there forever.”
Bobby Hull helped Chicago return to the top of the NHL after it was one of the worst teams in the league for years before his debut during the 1957-58 season. He had 13 goals and 34 assists in his first campaign with the team, finishing second in the Calder Trophy race for rookie of the year.
During his prime, there was no more prolific goal-scorer in all of hockey.— NHL commissioner Gary Bettman on Bobby Hull
It was a steady rise from there. Hull posted 13 consecutive seasons with 30 goals or more from 1959-72, becoming a perennial fixture at the all-star game and a regular candidate for the league’s top awards.
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman in a statement called Hull “a true superstar with a gregarious personality.”
“When Bobby Hull wound up to take a slapshot, fans throughout the NHL rose to their feet in anticipation and opposing goaltenders braced themselves,” Bettman said. “During his prime, there was no more prolific goal-scorer in all of hockey.
WATCH | Hull scores 1,000th goal in Jets’ WHA win in 1978:
High-profile disputes over money
“We send our deepest condolences to his son, fellow Hockey Hall of Famer Brett; the entire Hull family; and the countless fans around the hockey world who were fortunate enough to see him play or have since marvelled at his exploits.”
Hull said he loved his years in Chicago and the fans, but the organization didn’t love him as much. He resented what he was paid, as did many in the league at that time, and got into high-profile disputes over money with the Wirtz family that owned the team.
In 1972, he became the linchpin around which the WHA was formed and the first hockey player to earn a million dollars, his signing bonus for joining the new league with the Jets.
Although some resented him for the leap, Mikita once said he got down on his knees and thanked his former teammate and the Jets — his salary doubled almost overnight because of the competition.
Integral part of WHA’s Jets
But the move cost Hull a chance to play in the 1972 Summit Series when the NHL refused to let him join Team Canada. He made up for it in 1974, when a team of Canadians from the WHA met the Soviet Union in a second Summit Series, and again when he played in the 1976 Canada Cup.
Nicknamed The Golden Jet for his speed and blond hair (even before he joined the Jets), Hull spent eight seasons with the team, the last in the NHL, and helped make them one of the strongest clubs in the WHA. They won three Avco Cups, the league’s ultimate prize, in the seven years it was awarded, and were runners-up twice.
Hull played only part of the final Jets’ final WHA season in 1978-79, and returned only briefly the next season when Winnipeg joined the NHL as the two leagues merged. He moved to the Whalers, who also jumped to the NHL, for nine games that same season.
He was 42 when he made a brief comeback attempt with the New York Rangers in 1981 before finally hanging up his skates.
Hull could be aggressive and controversial off the ice.
An acrimonious divorce from his second wife of 20 years, Joanne, which included numerous allegations of abuse, cost him a stake he owned in the original Jets.
He returned to farming/ranching during the early years of his time away from hockey and then settled in Florida with third wife Deborah.
Hull was convicted of assaulting a police officer who intervened in a dispute with Deborah in 1986. He also was accused of battery, but that charge was dropped after Deborah told authorities she didn’t want to testify against her husband, a state attorney told the Chicago Tribune.
However, the police officer who Hull took a swing at during the investigation did not drop charges and Hull was fined $150 and placed on six months court supervision.
Until Bobby Orr, Bobby Hull was the biggest star of the 60s. A childhood friend idolized the Golden Jet. He approached him for an autograph without pen or paper. Hull pulled out a dollar bill and signed it for him. Off ice issues taint his legacy but an all time great on the ice. <a href=”https://t.co/eOqaTLSMte”>pic.twitter.com/eOqaTLSMte</a>
I’ll just say this: It’ll be very interesting to see how the league and the Blackhawks grapple with Bobby Hull’s legacy in its totality.
He stoked more controversy when in 1998 he told the Moscow Times, an English-language newspaper, the Nazis were not without merit, the Black population of the United States was growing too fast and genetic breeding was a worthy idea.
“Hitler, for example, had some good ideas. He just went a little bit too far,” Hull, who was visiting Russia, was quoted as saying.
Chicago brought him back as a team ambassador in 2008 and he was on hand for its 2010 Stanley Cup win, the club’s first since 1961.
The franchise announced in February 2022 that Hull had retired from any official team role, calling it a joint decision.
“Bobby Hull will always be remembered as one of the greatest Blackhawks players of all time. He was a beloved member of the Blackhawks family,” team owner Rocky Wirtz said in a statement.
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Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs beat Cincinnati Bengals AFC Championship Super Bowl LVII – TSN
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Patrick Mahomes was forced to rely on his badly sprained right ankle rather than his strong right arm when the Kansas City Chiefs were desperately driving with a chance to win the AFC championship.
The All-Pro quarterback, missing three wide receivers to injuries and battered himself, took off on a third-down play near midfield in another gut-check game with the Cincinnati Bengals. Mahomes strained to reach the mark he needed and was headed out of bounds when he felt the hands of Joseph Ossai send him sprawling into the bench.
The mad dash, coupled with the 15-yard penalty for a late hit, was all Kansas City needed.
Harrison Butker strode confidently onto the field, sent a 45-yard kick through cold, gusting wind over the crossbar with 3 seconds to go, and put the Chiefs back in the Super Bowl for the third time in four years with a 23-20 victory.
“I don’t think we have any cigars,” Mahomes said with a smile, “but we’ll be ready to go in the Super Bowl.”
It was vindication for the AFC West champions, who had lost three straight to their newfound nemeses, including a three-point overtime loss to Cincinnati in last year’s conference title game. All of those defeats were by three points.
Now, the Chiefs are headed back to the big game.
Awaiting them is coach Andy Reid’s old team, the Eagles, in the first matchup of Black quarterbacks in the Super Bowl with Mahomes and Philadelphia’s Jalen Hurts. It will also feature a brother-against-brother showdown between Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and Philadelphia center Jason Kelce.
“I’ve watched them all year,” Mahomes said. “It’s going to be a great challenge for us. But I’m going to celebrate this first.”
Mahomes, who hurt his ankle against Jacksonville in the divisional round, threw for 326 yards and two touchdowns, even though he was missing three of his wide receivers to injuries by the end. Marquez Valdes-Scantling led with 116 yards and a touchdown, while Travis Kelce — bad back and all — had seven catches for 78 yards and a score.
“It’s a tough bunch. My heart goes out to them, man, they’re tough guys,” Reid said. “They worked so hard this week. Pat and Kelce were both banged up a little bit. They pushed through and great things happened.”
The Chiefs also managed to shut the mouths of the Bengals, some of whom had taken to calling their home “Burrowhead” for Joe Burrow, who had never lost to Kansas City. Even Cincinnati Mayor Aftab Pureval started in on the trash talk.
“I’ve got some wise words for that Cincinnati mayor,” Kelce said. “Know your role and shut your mouth, you jabroni!”
Burrow, who was sacked five times and wobbly by the end, finished with 270 yards passing to go with a touchdown and two interceptions for the Bengals. Tee Higgins had six catches for 83 yards and the score.
“We’re not going to make it about one play. There was plenty of plays we left on the field today that could have put us in a better position,” Bengals coach Zac Taylor said. “The character of this football team, that’s never going to change. We’ve got the right people in the locker room, the right men leading this team and this organization.
“I know that this is a team that our city and our fan base can be proud of,” Taylor added. “They represent themselves the right way, and we’re going to fight, scratch and claw to be back in this position next year.”
The Chiefs were able to do early what the Buffalo Bills could not in last week’s divisional round: They ran roughshod over an ailing Bengals offensive line missing two starters to injury with another bothered by a sore knee.
Burrow was sacked three times in the first quarter alone and the Bengals offense did not gain a single yard.
Mahomes looked just fine on his sore ankle in leading Kansas City to a field goal on its opening possession. When the Chiefs got the ball back, Mahomes did it again, but only after Kadarius Toney failed to pull in a nifty throw for a would-be touchdown — the incompletion was upheld upon review.
Cincinnati finally got moving in the second quarter, but it also had to settle for Evan McPherson’s chip-shot field goal.
So much for two of the league’s highest-scoring offenses.
The Chiefs finally reached the end zone late in the second quarter when Mahomes hit Kelce, loosely covered by Jessie Bates III, with a fourth-down throw for the touchdown. The Bengals drove 90 yards in the closing minutes, but only added a field goal to get within 13-6 at the break.
Turns out their offense was just hitting its stride. And another classic was brewing.
After the Chiefs went three-and-out to start the second half, Burrow led the Bengals downfield, bolting through a yawning hole in the defense for a third-down conversion before hitting Higgins from 27 yards out to knot the game 13-all.
Mahomes, suddenly down three wide receivers to injuries and beginning to limp, gamely pressed on. He answered Burrow with a touchdown drive of his own, capped by a third-down throw to Valdes-Scantling to regain the lead.
The Chiefs had a chance to gain some breathing room later in the third quarter, but Mahomes somehow lost control of the ball before throwing a pass and the Bengals pounced on the fumble. Six players later — including an audacious fourth-down throw from Burrow to Ja’Marr Chase — Samaje Perine ran into the end zone to tie it at 20.
Burrow gave the Chiefs a chance when his deep throw to Higgins on third down was batted into the air and picked by rookie cornerback Josh Williams. Mahomes managed to move the Chiefs past midfield, but two runs went nowhere and his third-down throw to Jerick McKinnon was well short, forcing them to punt in Bengals territory.
Kansas City’s defense held, though, got a crucial sack from Chris Jones to force a punt with 39 seconds left, and shaky return man Skyy Moore broke free for 29 yards on the return. That gave Mahomes and the offense one more try.
“It was a tough road to get here. To win 10 in a row, it was a pretty incredible feat,” Taylor said. “We came up short. We wanted to play longer than that, but really proud of these guys.”
Bengals: WR Tyler Boyd left with a quadriceps injury early in the second half.
Chiefs: Lost CB L’Jarius Sneed (concussion), LB Willie Gay Jr. (shoulder) and WRs Toney (ankle), Mecole Hardman (pelvis) and JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee).
The Chiefs are headed to their third Super Bowl in four seasons. They ended a 50-year championship drought when they rallied to beat the San Francisco 49ers in 2020, then lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers the following year.
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