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Martin St-Louis says he’s “proud to be part of the Canadiens”.
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For the first time since returning home from a visit to his son, Martin St-Louis answered journalists’ questions on the team’s beat .

We already knew thathe had given details of the fact that his youngest son was involved, but he had not yet answered journalists’ questions as such.

But now, on the sidelines of tonight’s match, he has done just that.

Naturally, Martin St-Louis broached the subject of home. He was serene about his return to the team, and happy to be in a position to do so.

He was happy because it’s his second passion (the first is his family), but also because it means things are better at home if he can get back to his normal life.

He didn’t have an easy week and tried to stay in touch with the team (and watch the games), but he felt everyone’s support for his family.

He says he watched his team’s games like a proud coach before saying this:

I’m so proud to be part of this organization. – Martin St-Louis

From the way things have been done on the ice, from the way communication is taking place and from the way Martin St-Louis has been treated, he’s proud to be with the Habs.

The guys have taken charge, and so have the coaches. By the way, MSL is proud that Trevor Letowski, who is humble in life, had the chance to win a game.

The coach also added that he remembered why he fell in love with hockey and thanked everyone for their support.

The coach also had kind words for his wife, who handled the situation admirably, and for his son, who is slowly returning to his normal life as time goes by.


– Really?

– He explains himself… but not when it comes to Sean Couturier.

– Well said.

– Hum.

– The playoffs are scheduled to start on April 20.

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