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Hockey Player
    (February 10, 1980- )
    Played for the Montreal Canadiens (1999-2006), Dallas Stars (2006-12), Washington Capitals (2012-13), Phoenix Coyotes (2013-14) and the Nashville Predators
    He took a dive and pretended to be injured on the ice.
    When he returned to the bench, he was laughing and smiling.
    He was married with three kids before his 25th birthday.
    After playing just nineteen games in his rookie season, he only played in two regular season games the following season.
    Shortly after being traded, he said 'Dallas is a great city. There's no snow and no winter, so I'm going to be happy.'
    He failed to live up to his potential during his tenure with the Canadiens.
    He was arrested for public intoxication (October 10, 2010).
    He is the first player of Portuguese descent to play in the NHL.
    He recorded 167 points during his final junior hockey season.
    He is involved in the NHL's diversity task force which helps children of ethnic minorities pursue hockey careers.
    He played in the NHL YoungStars game (2002).
    He set career highs during the 2003-04 season.

Credit: Ricky


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