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03-05-2007, 03:00 PM
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Ross MacLochness
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I could write an essay on what I think it means to wear the C, but I choose not to.

I played competative hockey for about 9 years for a couple different teams. I was Captain of every one of them except the first year. Teams I played on were always extremely successful. Missed out on the finals maybe twice, of whatever league I was in. 3 times I joined a new team on which I either new nobody on the team or maybe 1 or 2 guys. And all 3 times I was voted Captain by my teammates after the first couple weeks. And you will never find a more quiet person in the dressing room than me. I'm not gloating or anything, just trying to point out that wearing the C has NOTHING to do with giving speeches, calling guys out, giving high-fives or any of that stuff. That's cheerleader stuff, nothing to do with wearing the C. Nothing.

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