Former Boston Bruins Blaine Lacher Dies at 53, See Blaine Lacher Cause of Death

Blaine Irwin Lacher was known as Blaine Lacher. He was a well-known Canadian Ice hockey goaltender. In the mid-1990s, Blaine lacher played for the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League.

Recently, the news of the death of former Boston Bruins NHL player Blaine Lacher is coming to light. Blaine Lacher died on January 29, 2024, in his hometown of Medicine Hat, Alberta, at the age of 53.

According to the Boston Globe, Blaine Lacher’s family said that Blaine’s death was not expected.

No one has yet known the cause of Blaine Latcher’s death.

The Boston reelased a statement:-

“The Boston Bruins are deeply saddened by the passing of former goalie Blaine Lacher. We send our thoughts and condolences to his family, friends, and teammates.”

Blaine Lacher was born on September 5, 1970, in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada.Blaine Lacher’s obituary at Cook-Southland Funeral Chapel states that he had a son named Quin.

Blaine Lacher had an ordinary career at Michigan before the NHL. Blaine played a key role in the team winning the 1993–94 season NCAA Division 1 title. Blaine’s .918 save percentage led the nation at the time.

Blaine Lacher had an impressive shutout streak of 375 minutes and 1 second.

Blaine Lacher decided to forgo his final year of amateur eligibility and signed with the Bruins as a free agent before the start of the 1995 season.

Lacher appeared in approximately 47 games during his tenure with the Bruins and recorded a career save percentage of .887.

Lacher played in 5 playoff games for the Bruins in the 1994–95 season. After his tenure with the Bruins ended, Blaine had a brief stint in the former minor professional hockey league and the International Hockey League. Blaine Lacher retired from the IHL in 1996.

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