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BREAKING: Calgary Flames Assistant GM Goes Into Cardiac Arrest and Rushed to Hospital


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Dawson McKenzie
September 27, 2023  (1:58 PM)
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Recently, some heartbreaking news was announced for Calgary Flames Assistant General Manager Chris Snow.

Calgary Flames AGM Chris Snow Rushed to Hospital

Today on Twitter, Kelsie Snow announced that Chris was rushed to the hospital yesterday after suffering a tragic incident where he suffered cardiac arrest and a resulting catastrophic brain injury from the lack of oxygen to the brain.
With a shattered heart I've come to share that yesterday Chris became unresponsive and went into cardiac arrest. Paramedics and doctors were able to get his heart beating again but, devastatingly, a scan showed Chris has suffered a catastrophic brain injury caused by lack of oxygen. His doctors do not expect him to wake up from this. My chest feels cracked open and hollowed out. Chris is the most beautiful, brilliant person l'Il ever know and doing life without him feels untenable. Hug your people.

Snow was previously diagnosed with ALS in 2019, a disease that runs in his family.

Chris Snow's Contributions to Hockey

Snow is currently the Assistant General Manager for the Calgary Flames, and has been with the franchise since 2011. He worked his way through the Flames organization, starting as director of hockey analysis.
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Prior to his time with Calgary, Snow worked as director of hockey operations for the Minnesota Wild. Before entering team management, Chris worked as an NHL writer, covering the Minnesota Wild.
We wish Chris and his family the best during these hard times.
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