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A source says Patrice Brisebois, who has served as director of player development for the past two years, told general manager Marc Bergevin ealier this week of his intentions to leave the Habs. (CHRISTINNE MUSCHI/Reuters)
A source says Patrice Brisebois, who has served as director of player development for the past two years, told general manager Marc Bergevin ealier this week of his intentions to leave the Habs. (CHRISTINNE MUSCHI/Reuters)

Source: Canadiens’ director of player development Patrice Brisebois resigns Add to ...

Patrice Brisebois is leaving the Montreal Canadiens for personal reasons, a source tells The Canadian Press.

Brisebois, who has served as director of player development for the past two years, told general manager Marc Bergevin of his intentions earlier this week, the source said.

The 43-year-old Montreal native played 16 of his 18 NHL seasons for the Habs. Between Montreal and the Colorado Avalanche he played 1,009 career games.

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