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The Canadiens had some special visitors at the Bell Centre on Saturday night, and the former player took the time to greet the fans

Published March 10, 2024 at 12:11
BY DAVID ST-JEAN

For over two seasons in Montreal, Mike Cammalleri provided loyal service to the Canadiens, to the point where he was considered for the captaincy.

He notably made his mark by scoring those famous goals with one knee on the ice, receiving the puck in the slot. In short, he was spectacular in his own way.

On Saturday night, the former member of the Habs rented a suite with his family, and he wanted to greet the fans by making a short video from his suite.




It was the first time in over 10 years that he came to watch a game, as he retired in 2018.

In his 906-game career, he scored 294 goals and recorded 642 points. It seems that Jake Evans was inspired by his presence to score a goal in practice, and the Canadiens made sure to highlight the moment!

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The Canadiens had some special visitors at the Bell Centre on Saturday night, and the former player took the time to greet the fans

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