fred shero


As they were raising the orange drape that covered the life-size bronze statue of Fred Shero, his son, Ray, stood less than a yard away. 


It doesn’t surprise Don Saleski that so many former teammates from the 1973-74 and 1974-75 Stanley Cup Flyers still live here.


TORONTO -- Some stories are old, some new, but one thing never changes -- they are always entertaining. Especially when it comes to remembering Fred “The Fog” Shero, who entered the Hockey Hall of


TORONTO -- He said that words could not “adequately” express how honored he was that so many members of the Broad Street Bullies were there to pay homage to his father.


Ed Snider thought about the question for several seconds.

What if one of his 15 grandchildren were to ask him, ‘grandpa, what made Freddy Shero so special’?