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Jay LaFleur continues to fight like a warrior

Jay LaFleur continues to fight like a warrior

Although Guy Lafleur has been greatly affected by the disease, he continues to fight like a warrior.

His son Martin gave the latest news about his father in an interview with Jean-Charles Lagoy on Wednesday.

“He is fine despite the circumstances. These are very difficult times for him and his family at the moment. We keep our spirits up and take it day by day. We are well surrounded by CHUM and the Canadians behind my parents. It helps a lot.”

Martin LaFleur thanked the many supporters of Canadians sending letters to their idol. He says this wave of love is making a real difference.

“You could never imagine being told such news. To see the public’s support and all the love it receives, we don’t have the words to describe what it could achieve.”

Asked if his father was feeling weak, guest Jean-Charles Lagoy said the Quebec legend faces the challenge he must overcome with a winning mentality.

My father is a fighter. No matter what he did, he fought the whole time until the end. He is a man of convictions. It sure is difficult. We all have ups and downs to deal with, but I see someone fighting for their life. It takes a very strong person to do all the treatments and the whole process to heal this disease.”

Martin LaFleur also returned to the relocation ceremonies to honor Jay when QMJHL withdrew his number.

“It was really amazing to experience this as a family and to see all the appreciation he gave my dad for his entry-level career. I was glad my daughter could go through this, even though she is so young. It was absolutely touching.”

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