Michael Cammalleri tees off at a Pro-Am in Blaineville, QC ealier this month. photo: Vincent Graton/Journal Le Courrier
Montreal Canadiens forward Michael Cammalleri talked to The Fan 590’s Jeff Lumby, Wednesday morning, on the Habs playoff run and the upcoming season.
The full interview can be found with this link.
Lumby (an admitted Habs fan stuck in Toronto) seemed emphatic on the Canadiens lack of size, notably up front.
Cammalleri’s response, and something he echoed all season was, “If Brian Gionta goes in the corner, and he’s stronger than the guy who’s taller than him, who’s bigger when he comes out with the puck?”
The Canadiens sniper also went on to reinforce his support of Carey Price, something he referred to earlier in the week on TSN.
Cammalleri was then off for a 7:50 tee time Wednesday morning, playing in the Canadian Open Pro-Am at St. George’s Golf Club.
An avid golfer, he commented to CityTV on his recent play, “My handicap is six. I used to be a better player, but I’ve been busy playing playoff hockey these days.”
Habs fans can only hope that his handicap is higher next summer.