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American former professional ice hockey right winger Jimmy Hayes reported dead

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News circulating on social media has it that the American former professional ice hockey right winger Jimmy Hayes has died.

A lot of Twitter users has started pouring out their tributes on their pages confirming the report of his death be  true.

One out of the posts was shared by Dancing4DubsBaseball at MW Sox Fan a Former Master Control Operator & Studio Camera Operator on Monday where he said: “RIP Jimmy Hayes… forever a #Blackhawks”

 

Also, it has been confirmed that  Jimmy passed away last night unexpectedly. He played for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.

According to Something Bruin PVD Wrote on Twitter -: 

Tributes from Bruins Fan on Twitter reads:

And also from Bruins Fan on Twitter reaads:

Jimmy was selected by the Toronto Maple Leafs in the second round, 60th overall, of the 2008 NHL Entry Draft. His younger brother Kevin Hayes currently plays in the NHL with the Philadelphia Flyers.

In 2005–06, Hayes was a U.S. National U-17 Team member at the 2005 Four Nations Tournament, hosted in Russia. He was then selected to the 2006 U.S. U-17 Select Team and participated in the U-18 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament hosted in the Czech Republic.

He was selected first overall in the 2006 USHL Futures Draft by the Ohio Junior Blue Jackets.

In 2006–07, Hayes played for the USA Hockey National Team Development Program (NTDP)’s under-18 team and was also a member of the silver medal-winning Team USA at the 2007 IIHF World U18 Championships, hosted in Finland.

The 2007–08 season marked Hayes’ second season with the NTDP. In 18 games with the U18 team, he tallied seven points, and in 19 games with the U.S. National Team, he tallied ten points. In February 2008, Hayes had his United States Hockey League (USHL) rights traded from the Ohio Jr. Blue Jackets to the Lincoln Stars.

Shortly after, he was released from the NTDP and joined the Stars. He played with Lincoln for 21 games, scoring four goals and 11 assists, also registering nine post-season from eight games. In the Fall of 2008, Hayes signed a letter of intent to attend Boston College of the NCAA’s Hockey East conference.

 

 

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