Anglophone member of Le Canadien interviewed French journalist

Published February 5, 2022 at 2:41 PM

Rob Ramage, the Director of Player Development of the Montreal Canadiens, is such a well-meaning, kind and exceptional person. I remind you that the 63-year-old, who played 1044 games in the National Hockey League, fought with demons in the past.

Ramage was convicted in 2007 on four counts of drunk driving for causing the death of his comrade Keith Magnuson.

That said, Ramage, despite this tragedy, has become a stronger and repentant man. The Habs organization is certainly happy to have a man of this quality in its ranks. He once again showed his class with the young journalist Anthony Martineau.

He approached Martineau in French and said that he is working had to improve it. It may be nothing to you, but to me, it says a lot about the quality of this human.
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