I know, I know, it’s clich. So much so, that when I was the boss, Jean-Pierre Junet imposed a temporary ban on re-broadcasting the movie title. Press. Not serious. Mary-Philip Pauline advocated an exception to the rule because her fate was truly extraordinary.
Posted at 6:53 p.m.
Updated at 6:59 p.m.
For the third time in her career, she scored the winning goal in the Quebec Forward Olympic final on Thursday. Who can say the same thing in the history of hockey? Someone. Pauline finished the game with two goals and one assist, leading the Canadians to a 3-2 victory over the Americans.
“When it’s time to turn the switch, Mary-Philip will always be there,” argues her colleague Melody Dost, whose face glows like a gold medal hanging around her neck.
So, Mary-Philip, explain to us. How are you?
She started laughing. “I am just happy to be free. I do not know! After that she became more emotional. “The angels above are with me. We have a special team. We felt it from the first part of the tournament until now. The girls are happy to celebrate the success of others. It makes a big difference. We are all on the same page. Today, we are proud to bring the gold medal back to Canada. ⁇
Wait, Mary-Philip. You are going very fast.
Angels? What angels?
“I always have my grandparents with me at important moments. I talk to them. Have been there for years. ⁇