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August 6, 2015
He was my hero back then. I imagined I was him when on the ice. Thanks 17, your back on the ICE again
February 14, 2012
I just read of Dave's death. I believe he was a cousin of my late grandmother Natalie Balon Ghidini of Connecticut. I am so sorry for your loss.
January 30, 2010
My deepest and belated condolences to the family of Mr Balon. I just read about his passing and I would be remiss if I did not write some things about this great man. I am a 58 year old man and as a boy in the mid sixties, I followed hockey with an incredible passion. I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Balon many times as I would always go to the visiting players gate before and after the game to get the visitng teams autographs. I even use to go to the old LaSalle Hotel where the teams stayed and I figured it would less trouble for the players to sign autographs there. I got Mr. Balon's autograph many times on programs and index cards and I will never forget how polite and humble he was and he always had a nice word to say after I thanked him. He was a terrific left winger who I enjoyed watching when he played for Montreal. He played with some giants on those teams but he will always be a giant in my book.

Sincerely,

Walter Pompei
October 22, 2009
My condolences to Dave's family.....I was so happy when he was traded to my Canucks in '71....I have several of his hockey cards in my collection. His battle is thankfully over and he now waits for his loved ones in a better place.
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