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10-21-2006, 11:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Guy Caballero View Post
Most of Jose Theodore's former teammates on the Montreal Canadiens admitted to feeling a little sorry for him as they put five third period goals past him in a wild 8-5 victory.

But not Sheldon Souray.

"Why would I?" Souray asked. "I don't feel for anybody. The media makes it a bigger deal than it is. I'm sure for (Theodore) coming in here was special for him, but for us it's just another game and he's just another goalie. We have a good thing going here. We have a great feeling in this room, a great feeling of togetherness, and that's what we're worried about, not anybody else."

That's what it's all about in the new NHL. Winning as a team. I hope all you Souray bashers took notes tonight, because this guy's importance to this team should never be underestimated. His leadership is just as important to the Habs as Saku's.
ouch. I guess that Souray was a little pissed about Theos remarks on how the dressing room atmosphere is so much better in Colorado (which means it sucked in MTL)

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