Posted on April 4, 2007
Elgin Fraser's short life has been full of pain, suffering and non-stop hospital visits. But yesterday was a good day, because he got to spend it with his hockey heroes.
Elgin, who turns three next Tuesday, has terminal cancer. In answer to one of his final wishes, the Ottawa Senators gave the Carleton Place boy a front-row seat at a practice, and Senators' centre Mike Fisher even held Elgin while skating around the ice.
Happily decked out in a Senators jersey and carrying a sawed-off hockey stick around Scotiabank Place, Elgin smiled throughout the whole experience.
"We love hockey so much, maybe we put him onto it a little bit," said Hamish Fraser, Elgin's father.
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