November 25, 2012
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Stan Grossfeld / Globe Staff
Chris "Knuckles" Nilan spoke to students at Lakeshore Catholic High School in Ontario. The former NHL enforcer now speaks against bullying.
Nilan, who grew up in West Roxbury, played 13 years in the NHL for the Canadiens, Rangers, and Bruins.
Nilan suffered from substance abuse, but now says he is "clean and sober."
The former NHL enforcer is now the subject of "The Last Gladiators," a documentary by Academy Award-winning director Alex Gibney.
Nilan won a Stanley Cup for the 1986 Montreal Canadiens.
At Saint Michael Catholic High School in Ontario, Nilan spoke as part of his "No More Bullies" tour.
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