Great tribute to Joey Moss by my friend @camtait. Joey was always a beacon of light particularly through some very dark days for the #Oilers and he always made you smile. He will be sorely missed by everyone who had the privilege of knowing him.
RT @RandyAmbrosie: I consider myself lucky to have known Joey Moss. Joey was a joy to be around, whether it was on the field or in the locker room, and always found a way to bring a smile to everyone’s face. The CFL & the City of Edmonton will miss him dearly. My thoughts & prayers are w/his family https://t.co/aoQOPFvk1B
RT @BrittanyCaffet: When my son Henry was diagnosed with Down syndrome I spent a lot of time looking for hope. Scrolling through Instagram, reading articles, searching high and low for stories that would make me feel a bit better about the detour my life had taken. That’s how I found #JoeyMoss (1/2) https://t.co/yjWVUxgMUq
RT @StevenGWalton: Let’s just get this trending - a banner, a statue & renaming #yeg community rink for Joey Moss Not just an #oilers legend. An Edmonton Legend.Dedicated his entire life to this team&community. HHOF members included,no one was more synonymous or revered then #joeymoss #RIPJoeyMoss https://t.co/aMlvHDs3ZE
RT @DRockEsks: The world lost a legend today. I want to thank the Moss family for letting Joey into my life. He taught my family patience, respect, hard work and the unconditional love that he brought I am going to miss singing La Bamba at the top of our lungs driving home RIP little buddy ❤️🙏🏻 https://t.co/vvlAuZ6o4T
Deeply saddened to learn of the loss of a great Edmontonian in Joey Moss. An inspirational figure on any number of levels. Joey got the level best out of himself & from life & won a whole lot of hearts along the way. Mine is openly grieving tonight. #RIP Joey.
RT @DarrenDreger: I enjoyed every minute of covering the Oilers in 97-98...my one year in Edmonton. Never a dull moment during that season. Joey Moss has always been a huge part of the Oilers family. There will be many tears from all privileged to be around him. RIP.
Our thoughts are with Joey Moss’s family and friends today. Joey was loved by current and former Edmonton Oilers players, and he will will be greatly missed by everyone in the hockey community.
A true champion in the City of Champions
"He's the most famous person in Edmonton & doesn't even know it." A few seasons ago we dedicated an #Oilers In Depth to tell the story of how the 12th of 13 children born to Lloyd & Sophie Moss became a legend the hockey world will never forget. 📰 https://t.co/8zCfHHaQ4i