When Jordan Sigalet first heard the doctor say multiple sclerosis, his initial reaction was, No way.
Nope. Not him.
Must be wrong.
"For me, I didn't really accept that it was MS," Sigalet, a former Boston Bruins prospect, told ESPN.com on Thursday.
"I just thought it must be something else. I kept getting opinion after opinion."
But every opinion came back to the same jarring answer: He was suffering from the incurable disease that attacks and scars the protective covering of nerves in the brain and spinal cord.