José (Jo-say) Theodore (Thee-uh-dore) was drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in 1994 and played with them until March of 2006, winning the Hart and Vezina Trophies in 2002. He spent two and a half seasons with the Colorado Avalanche. José signed with the Washington Capitals in July 2008 where he played the next two seasons. He was awarded the Masterton Trophy in 2010. He played the 2010-11 season with the Minnesota Wild, and then played 2 seasons with the Florida Panthers.
Sunday, December 26, 2010
José Will Start on 12/27/10 in Columbus, Goes for 250th Career Win
Coach Richards announced before tonight's game that José will be in goal tomorrow night against Columbus. Things didn't go well for the Wild tonight against Detroit. They lost 4-1. Here's hoping they play better tomorrow.
Here was the mnwild tweet:
Richards says Schultz, Barker and Staubitz likely to get back into lineup tomorrow. Theodore plays, looking for career win 250 #mnwild
This was from warm-ups before the Colorado game the other night. José talking to Budaj.
Very similar to the one from the previous Colorado game (minus the 'stache.)