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Pro-files: Joe Finley talks while attending Capitals camp
Courtesy: Matt Schill, UNDsports.com
Release: 07/14/2009
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This week former University of North Dakota men's hockey player Joe Finley attended the NHL's Washington Capitals development camp. He spent a few minutes with the media, answering questions about his time as a Fighting Sioux, his style of play and his development as a player.

A few highlights from the video:

"The maturity that North Dakota gave me, to understand time management, living on your own, all of those things," Finley said of his growth as a person and player and his decision to stay four years as a Fighting Sioux. "Just growing up over those last four years is probably the biggest aspect."

He also spoke briefly on a notorious incident he was involved in, but "I'm not going to incriminate myself, right? With a couple cameras (filming)," Finley said.

Check out the video below for the full video from the Washington Capitals.

Matt Schill is the new media editor for the University of North Dakota. He can be reached via mattschill@mail.und.nodak.edu.

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