He even looks like he may have shaved the back of his neck for the start of the season. How gentlemanly of him. I hope it doesn't mean that he will be a gentleman on the ice. That would be unacceptable. I imagine him being very useful and maybe even being good at plumbing (get your mind out of the gutter - real plumbing) or carpentry.
In order to create our imaginary version of what Graham is really like we will take the following quotes from Matthew Wuest's article and store them in our mental player personality database.
Bona isn’t one for the spotlight, as he declined an opportunity to speak at the podium at yesterday’s gathering. But his reserved nature in the public eye gives way to a different personality in the room, head coach Cam Russell said.“He’s a shy guy when it comes to the press, but when he’s in his comfort zone, he’s always been a high-energy, vocal guy,” Russell said. “That’s good. You don’t want a dressing room to be like a morgue. He’s the perfect choice for us.”
...Growing up in the Halifax area, Bona was a big fan of Jody Shelley, one of the most decorated captains in Mooseheads history. He sounded awestruck at the notion of following in the footsteps of Shelley, among others.
“All the past captains that have been a part of this organization in the past and there are a lot of big names on the list,” Bona said. “I’m just glad to be part of it.”
and from Willy Palov's Chronicle Herald Article:
Yes, imaginary GrahamBo is pretty awesome. Hey wait...there was a press conference and I was not invited. That is super-duper mean. I like hockey too, at least as much as these guys.