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by The Upper Canadien on 01/12/12 at 09:33 PM ET
Did he say anything out of line? The team has been terrible. Much worse since the coaching change. Any chance of the playoffs is fading fast. Montreal this year has become the hockey equivalent of People Magazine. The tiniest comment from anyone of significance is blown way out of proportion.
Lighten up, people. Cammalleri wants to win just as much as anybody else, if not more. You’ve seen what the guy does in the playoffs, in big games, and through injuries. There is a serious management problem here and it has yet to be addressed.
A sidenote: Yannick Weber made much more controversial comments today about being better than the guys on the ice in recent games - and it goes virtually unreported. That says one of two things: a) the French media has it out for Mike Cammalleri, or b) Yannick Weber is insignificant in the grand scheme that is the Montreal Canadiens. I think it’s a lot more a than b, but that’s debatable.
Now, Boston, let’s see what ya got.
(for those who missed this whole “controversy” more here: Mike Cammalleri Backtracks)
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