According to Wikipedia, in December of 2004, Sigalet spoke publicly about his condition for the first time. Many fellow hockey players were inspired by him. In addition, he became the first goalie to hold the position of team captain at
These days revealing about a condition like multiple sclerosis is rare, that too after achieving a top position in a particular field! Hats off to Sigalet! He has not only revealed it but is now an ambassador for the Multiple Sclerosis Rhode Island chapter. Sigalet is involved in a fundraiser supported by the Providence Bruins and medication Seriano called "Sigalet Saves For MS" that donates 20 dollars for every save he makes.
Sigalet says: "I treat MS like it's just another game I have to win. It's just a longer game." Whatte thought, I admire you Sigalet. Keep rocking! My wishes and prayers are always with you.
By Shilpa C Nangali