The impressive Dallas Stars rolled over the Montreal Liberaces 6-2 Saturday in the Lone Star State, and it was a night when most Liberace players probably should’ve just stayed in the hotel lounge and tickled the ivories and drank Pink Ladies instead.
Eight losses in ten games. Now it’s on to Nashville, Minnesota, Washington, Tampa Bay, Florida, Boston, and Philadelphia.
All good teams.
I’m starting to bite my nails again after quitting 20 years ago.
And although Paul Byron (shorthanded) and Daniel Carr would bulge the twine, once again the big guns stayed silent. Pee Wee Herman, Richard Simmons, Don Knox, Bill Nye – none of them were noticeable in this fiasco.
Mike Condon was replaced by Dustin Tokarski early in the third after the sixth goal.
Jeff Petry was hit by Jamie Benn and left the game.
P.K. Subban shot the puck over the glass and was penalized. Twice.
Andrei Markov only did it once.
For breakfast I had two poached eggs on toast, with extra toast and coffee.
At this moment, P.K. Subban is thinking a little about his two delay of games penalties, and a lot about his new suit at the tailors and his ability to get Justin Trudeau to sing a Christmas carol.
Next up – Monday in Music City.
How are things in the world of cricket?