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11-05-2012, 04:55 PM
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savey49
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Playing in Montreal was a childhood dream. guy Lafleur was my idol growing up and to have the chance to become friends with him and wear the same jersey was an honour. We got recognized a lot in Montreal because we were front page news everyday. As long as you know teethe media and don't shy away from him in bad times, it will work for you in Montreal. I understood that and faced them when it was going good and faced them when it was not going so good. I learn from some of the classiest players like Turgeon, Muller and Recchi.

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Hey Brian, welcome to the boards! Is being a pro athlete as glamorous as it seems to us regular folk? Is it as fun as it seems, or does the fact that it's your career change that? Also, when you were in Montreal, how many times were you recognized a day? Could you go anywhere without being recognized?

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