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from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette,
Formerly the coach of the Montreal Canadiens, who were 77-91-22 during his tenure, Therrien has been described variously as blunt, an "in-your- face" disciplinarian, a no-nonsense leader and a teacher of the game. Therrien, the man tapped to salvage the season, answers questions from Post-Gazette reporter Robert Dvorchak. Q. You also named him an assistant captain at a tender age. What went into your decision? Therrien: I really believe that this is a new beginning for our team. He's one of our best players. I don't think it's pressure. I want him to learn. Eventually, it's going to be Sidney's team. Sid has some good veterans to work with. He's a young kid, but sometimes those young kids have new ideas.
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