Former NHL coach Pat Burns wants the world to know that he's still very much alive, despite reports and thousands of tweets suggesting otherwise.
Former NHL coach Pat Burns is just trying to enjoy life despite serious lung cancer.
Former NHL coach Pat Burns, who was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2003-04 and liver cancer in 2005, told a Montreal newspaper that lung cancer was diagnosed in May 2008.
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said the hockey world is grieving the loss of Phyllis Gretzky, Wayne's mother, to lung cancer.
Phyllis Gretzky, the mother of hockey Hall of Famer Wayne Gretzky, died Monday night. She was 64.
Wayne Gretzky took an indefinite leave as coach of the Phoenix Coyotes on Saturday night to return to Canada to be with his mother, who has lung cancer.
Wayne Gretzky will not run the Canadian team at hockey's world championships in Austria next month because his mother is being treated for lung cancer.
Wayne Gretzky's mother, Phyllis Gretzky, is battling lung cancer, the Canadian Press reported Tuesday night. The Gretzky family confirmed to the Canadian Press that Phyllis has started treatment.
Former NHL coach Pat Burns has been released from the hospital after having complications from lung and colon cancer.