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Dandenault Finally Home

from the Montreal Gazette,
The fulfillment of Mathieu Dandenault's dream is the result of many things. It is about hard work, paying dues, a willingness to accept less money in exchange for a greater quality of life. It is leaving all he'd known as a professional hockey player when this dream emerged suddenly from the abstract to become very real and quite within his reach. A decade after his National Hockey League career began in Detroit, where he won three Stanley Cups under coach Scotty Bowman, Dandenault has come home this season to join the Canadiens, the team he worshipped as a boy playing shinny in Sherbrooke.
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