Mike Cammalleri Proves He Should Be the Next Montreal Canadiens Captain

December 5th, 2009 by Felix Sicard Leave a reply »
It was a special night for the Montreal Canadiens organization.

Founded on Dec. 4, 1909, the Canadiens celebrated 100 years of excellence, passion, and tradition on Friday night.

Having reunited many of the franchise's past greats, such as Jean Beliveau, Guy Lafleur, Patrick Roy, etc., the Canadiens marketing department organized a magical night where past players and coaches were honored.

One of the biggest highlights of this night was to see past legends of the club in full uniform reunited on the ice for one final skate.

It was truly amazing to see Patrick Roy wearing all his goalie equipment, stopping shots just like in the good old days, although Saint Patrick later admitted in his speech to the Bell Centre crowd that, "It's a good thing that those warmups lasted only five minutes."

Humor aside, some of the greatest players in Montreal Canadiens history, and hockey history for that matter, were able to reunite and reminisce about the past as they all prepared in the locker room.

In a post game show on RDS called L'Antichambre , past players such as Eric Desjardins, Patrice Brisebois, Pierre Turgeon, Rejean ...

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