This is sad, sad news!!! May he rest in peace!

Broadcaster Chevrier passes away at 69
The first television voice of the Toronto Blue Jays and Ottawa Senators has passed away.
Don Chevrier died suddenly at his home in Palm Harbor, Fla on Monday after being admitted to a local hospital recently for an undisclosed blood disorder. He was 69.
The Toronto native was known for his versatility during his broadcasting career, as he called football, curling, hockey, boxing and Olympic sports for the CTV, CBC and other networks.
He worked on CBC Radio for the Muhammad Ali-George Chuvalo fight at Maple Leaf Gardens in 1966, and also called CFL football games for CTV.
Chevrier, the television voice of the Toronto Blue Jays for 20 years, had an illustrious career that earned him two ‘Nellies’ as national sportscaster of the year in the United States. He also covered the Olympic Games for networks on both sides of the border since 1972, and worked closely with Howard Cosell for boxing matches in the 1970’s and 1980’s.
Chevrier was also the first television broadcast voice of the Ottawa Senators in 1992, along with current hockey analyst Greg Millen. He was in Toronto during Grey Cup week last month.