Count me as a huge Chico fan. Watching a game with him announcing is like watching a game with a friend over a beer and just rattling on about hockey stuff. Chico never cared about being a broadcaster first. His first love was--and is--hockey, and he took delight in sharing the human element within the locker room and on the ice. In today's egotistical world of "me me me", I found him quite refreshing…and I'm going to miss the hell out of him. Thanks for making hockey fun, and for at the very least making the "bad" times bearable.