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Jeremy Roenick's daughter facing illness

12/25/2006 at 11:29 PM ET

T1_roenickFamily comes first to Phoenix Coyotes player Jeremy Roenick who missed a game on Saturday, December 23 due to an undisclosed illness facing his teenage daughter, Brandi.  It is not known how long the NHL center will be away from the game.
"The most important thing is the health of his child. That’s more important than what we’ve got going on right now," said Wayne Gretzky, coach of the Coyotes.
Jeremy and his wife, Tracy, also have a son, Brett.

Source: ESPN


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Jessica on

I am not sure if that is a mistake or maybe the wrong player, but that jersey is the Los Angeles Kings not the Coyotes.

Sarah CBB News Editor on

Yup, he used to play for the Kings. That was the photo I liked best for the article though!

jmo on

not to be too picky or anything, but as a canadian who lives and breathes hockey, (she says while watching US vs germany in the world juniors at this very moment) wayne is gretzky with a Z not an S. go canada! (and the us i guess….maybe for the silver :) ha ha)

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