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by Paul on 01/05/07 at 11:44 AM ET
from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette,
Even though Briere, a 5-foot-10, 178-pound center, is a core player on an elite team, he is not one of hockey’s best-known personalities. That he has fared so well in the all-star voting suggests he isn’t entirely unknown, although it’s hardly out of the question that Sabres partisans are responsible for most of the support he has gotten.
Briere works in a modest-sized market and is part of a club that emphasizes collective accomplishments, even though its lineup is studded with big-time talents. Not that Briere frets much about any lack of public recognition he might have outside the Niagara Frontier.
“It’s not about myself, or anybody personally,” he said. “We’re a team, a team that relies a lot on everybody chipping in. I wouldn’t have it any other way….”
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