Canadiens' Paul Byron, family members help rescue pilot who crashed seaplane in lake

Aug 1, 2022

Montreal Canadiens winger Paul Byron revealed Sunday he played a role in rescuing the pilot whose seaplane crashed in a lake in Canada.

The crash occurred Saturday in Notre-Dame-du-Laus in Quebec, according to multiple reports. Byron wrote in a statement posted to Twitter he assisted in the rescue, but most of the credit should go to Serge Labelle, a man who assisted on a watercraft.

Byron also gave credit to his father-in-law, brother-in-law and his friend as well as those on the shore who helped out as well.

Source: Fox Sports