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Rypien had hoped to earn his keep in the National Hockey League by going after opponents well above his weight class. But he lost often and never quite secured a place in the bigs. They say he’d been suffering from clinical depression for a decade when he decided to end it. About two weeks after Rypien’s death, a hay-haired colossus of an enforcer named Wade Belak hanged himself in his Toronto condominium. He’d only just walked away from a modestly lucrative NHL career. He had a job in broadcasting awaiting him.
During a long commercial break, one of the other residents shuffled in, joggling a tray of hard caramels in one hand and a shot glass full of pills in the other. “Oh, please, you’ve got to put him in the Casket,” she said, referring, thankfully, to the local rag. “I said I’d get them,” Brophy told the woman, pointing to the shot glass. ’” she said to me. “Take his picture. ” I did as she asked with my cell phone. Brophy looked from me to her with pursed purple lips. He stirred the air with his shot glass, smiled.
Did he eat a gun? Shove off and put fire to his own Viking funeral? I had to know. Such is how I found myself one spring morning in a diner in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Brophy’s hometown, feeling stiff and brittle, having not slept well. I ordered two eggs, scrambled, and took a seat at one of the truck stop tables bolted into the linoleum. The space had the dimensions of a shoebox or budget coffin—low, rectangular. In one corner, an ancient empty Coke fridge chanted Gregorian. Fat men in khakis tinkled the doorbell and sighed while walking past rows of empty place settings.