Bob Probert's death overshadowed a couple of other deaths last week.
Igor Misko, a 23 year old forward with Evgeny Nabokov's new team SKA St. Petersburg (KHL), had a heart attack while driving a car. The cause of death was ruled to be the heart failure, but the resulting accident injured other motorists.
John Hutchings, a Memorial Cup champion with Oshawa in 1983 and New Jersey Devils draft pick (148th overall, 1982), died in England. He was 46. At one time he was a very promising prospect, but he missed an entire season (1980-81) after badly breaking his leg after getting run over by a tractor. The defenseman shifted to forward and played in Britain where he continued to live. He was buried in Cobourg, Ontario.
Update: Blair Barnes, the Windsor Spitfires second all time leading scorer, died of a heart attack, too. The Windsor native played one game with the Los Angeles Kings in 1982-83 season.