Mike Bossi dies at 65: Mike Bossy, four-time Stanley Cup champion with New York Islanders, dies at 65

Mike Bossy, one of hockey's most prolific goal scorers and a star for the New York Islanders during their 1980s dynasty, has died. He was 65

The Islanders and TVA Sports, the French-language network in Canada where he worked as a hockey analyst, confirmed Bossy died Thursday night

A team spokesperson said Bossy was in his native Montreal, where the Islanders will play Friday night against the Canadiens

Bossy had said in October in a letter to TVA Sports that he had been diagnosed with lung cancer

It is with a lot of sadness that I need to step away from your screens, for a necessary pause," Bossy wrote in French

I intend to fight with all the determination and fire you've seen me show on the ice

It's the third loss from that Islanders era this year after fellow Hockey Hall of Famer Clark Gillies died in January and Jean Potvin died in March

The New York Islanders organization mourns the loss of Mike Bossy, an icon not only on Long Island but the entire hockey world," Islanders president and general manager Lou Lamoriello said in a statement

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