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Brendan Morrison
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Hockey Player
    He went by the nickname 'B-Mo', which was a play on the Bank of Montreal abbreviation.
    He sat out the first quarter of the 1999-2000 season as a result of a contract dispute with the Devils.
    He requested a trade from the Devils after he was unhappy with his role on the team.
    He became a journeyman player after leaving the Canucks.
    His scoring touch evaporated upon being acquired by the Blackhawks, as he failed to record a point in his eleven game stint with the team.
    He left the University of Michigan men's hockey program as the school's all-time leading scorer.
    He was a member of the Michigan men's hockey team that won the NCAA national championship (1996).
    He fulfilled a childhood dream by playing for the Canucks, after being acquired in the Alexander Mogilny trade (2000).
    He, along with Todd Bertuzzi and Markus Naslund formed the 'West Coast Express' line during the early 2000's.
    He set a Canucks franchise record for consecutive games played with the team.

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