Found July 05, 2013 on Puck Drunk Love:
George Parros was traded to the Montreal Canadiens on the first day of free agency this year. Promptly there were some cracks about how the Habs finally added some size, and Parros himself had this to say about the trade: "I play my game," Parros said on a conference call. "I stick up for my teammates no matter how small or tall they are." Welcome to Montreal, George. Lest you think the enforcer's upset about the trade, he's already updated his Twitter banner image. It's awesome:   Out of many interesting things I've seen today, this is the most entertaining of all.
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