It is so much safer not to feel, not to let the world touch me.

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I think the funniest part was probably when Tom and I got really, really, really close when we first started living together, we didn’t have cable for like a month. I don’t know what the reason was, we couldn’t get a guy in or we just were lazy or on the road or something. So Tom and I played ping pong for two hours a night. We’d make dinner and then have these epic games of ping pong that lasted two hours where one guy would win like a best of 13 series and it would be like 5-5 or 6-6 and one guy would win and the guy that would lose would say “one more game, one more game.” That was a pretty fun experience we had. It was kinda nice not having TV, sitting on the couch, really giving it a run on the ping pong table.

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Latta’s “craziest” memory from rooming with Tom.

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I think the funniest part was probably when Tom and I got really, really, really close when we first started living together, we didn’t have cable for like a month. I don’t know what the reason was, we couldn’t get a guy in or we just were lazy or on the road or something. So Tom and I played ping pong for two hours a night. We’d make dinner and then have these epic games of ping pong that lasted two hours where one guy would win like a best of 13 series and it would be like 5-5 or 6-6 and one guy would win and the guy that would lose would say “one more game, one more game.” That was a pretty fun experience we had. It was kinda nice not having TV, sitting on the couch, really giving it a run on the ping pong table.

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Latta’s “craziest” memory from rooming with Tom.

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“We were 14, and Marc-Andre was just sent back down to the AA level of midgets after spending a little while in AAA. Now, most guys who go to AAA, even for a little bit, either act like hot shots or they act really upset about it. He didn’t do either. We had our first practice, and he was himself, all happy and working hard.”

That changed when practice ended and most of Fleury’s teammates had left the rink.

“He was at the bench by himself and he got sick. He was vomiting there, and I was the only one who could see. We all thought he was fine. But that’s how upset he was about getting sent back down. He just didn’t want us to know.”

Natasha hopes that Steve lives his life, not just his work life. That’s what she wants for him because I think she sometimes sees versions of herself in him, as different as those characters are. Maybe she doesn’t want him to live with the sense of loss that she feels.

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