Perezhogin trying to move on in Montreal
When does a young man step out of the shadow of his past?
When does a single, isolated moment of brutality cease being his constant companion?
Is it in the moment when he skates in alone, scoring his first NHL goal on a highlight-reel breakaway? Or does it take more for Alexander Perezhogin to free himself of the memory of defenseman Garrett Stafford convulsing on the ice in a pool of his own blood?
You look at Perezhogin, 22, a native of Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan, ...
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