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Say What?!? - March 14

“It’s being blown up all over the place, but all Blake did was call Marc Bergevin and put him on notice that there is a possibility he might have to retire due to the injury he suffered to his head, the trauma to the brain. So he hasn’t retired. I’m not saying he’s not going to (retire). He just put the Canadiens on notice that it’s a possibility.”

- Danny Geoffrion, father of Montreal prospect Blake Geoffrion.

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