Home Sports Redskin ‘So it goes’: Ex-Stars voice Ralph Strangis battling cancer, focused on tomorrow SportsRedskin ‘So it goes’: Ex-Stars voice Ralph Strangis battling cancer, focused on tomorrow December 1, 2020 6 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Ralph Strangis always valued his health. But a trip to the doctor’s office this summer brought on newfound respect for the 59-year-old former voice of the Dallas Stars. Strangis had issues with his bladder for a while and felt something was amiss about six months ago. He was right: On July 30, doctors removed a 2.2 centimeter stone the size of a golf ball from his bladder. Five days later, on Aug. 4, doctors informed Strangis of something more. He had early-stage bladder cancer. “Somebody tells you that you have cancer — even if it’s not like Stage 4, ‘Oh my gosh, you’ve got a year to live’ — it’s still troubling,” Strangis said by phone from his home in Palm Springs, California. “At the beginning, I got a little scared, but very quickly, my default position is, “Alright, what do I got to do?’ I don’t wallow in self-pity much. I’m always looking… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Latest Premier League injury news ahead of FPL gameweek 19 [NFL: Washington Redskins] – Wake Up Washington 1/15: The Future Of Washington Predators practiced what they preached, showed effort in win over Blue Jackets [SB Nation: Hogs Haven] – Building a 2021 WFT the Rivera Way Replacing J.T. Miller: Ranking the Canucks’ first-line wing options Jusuf Nurkic and Blazers suffer another bad break: ‘It’s always something, man’ Wayne Rooney hired as Derby County manager on a permanent basis State of the 49ers, DL edition: Will the front return to dominance in 2021? Imagining an NCAA Tournament entirely in Philly; discussing St. Joe’s scheduling Which Penn State players improved the most during 2020? Nittany Lions mailbag Virginia Tech football fan survey: How do you feel about the Hokies after 2020? [Fansided: Riggo's Rag] – Grading the Washington Football Team’s offensive line for 2020 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.