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Sport NHL world sends support and prayers to Erik Karlsson and wife after the death of their son

23:01  20 march  2018
23:01  20 march  2018 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

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NHL world sends support and prayers to Erik Karlsson and wife after the death of their son The couple announced they were expecting in late November.

The Ottawa Senators announced Tuesday afternoon that captain Erik Karlsson and his wife Melinda have lost their son . “The collective thoughts and prayers of the Ottawa Senators organization, the city of Ottawa and entire hockey community rest with Erik and Melinda Karlsson following the loss of

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The Ottawa Senators announced Tuesday afternoon that captain Erik Karlsson and his wife Melinda have lost their son.

"The collective thoughts and prayers of the Ottawa Senators organization, the city of Ottawa and entire hockey community rest with Erik and Melinda Karlsson following the loss of their son.

We ask that you respect the family's wishes for privacy during the grieving process."

The couple had previously announced in an Instagram post that they were expecting their first child in late November. According to the CBC, the baby was due in mid-April.

The most exciting news we have ever received arrived earlier this year. Can't wait to meet you.

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Karlsson was absent from the ice during Tuesday’s game against the Florida Panthers, after which the team broke the news that the 27-year-old’s son died just a month Thoughts and prayers to Erik Karlsson and his wife Melinda. Condolences to Erik Karlsson and his wife as they lose their son .

Erik and Melinda Karlsson announced they were expecting their first child back in November. The collective thoughts and prayers of the Ottawa Senators organization, the city of Ottawa and entire hockey community rest with Erik and Melinda Karlsson following the loss of their son .

A post shared by Erik Karlsson (@erikkarlsson65) on Nov 23, 2017 at 7:16am PST

"The most exciting news we have ever received arrived earlier this year. Can't wait to meet you," Karlsson wrote.

The hockey world reached out through social media to express their condolences after such a tragic loss.

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