The Habs fell 4-0 to the Jets in Winnipeg, and at this point, I really don’t know what to say. I tried to look up cricket results for you but I couldn’t figure it out. It appears Pakistan and India are going head to head and are in their second day, but I don’t know if all this is normal and whether or not it’s a big match or not. Two powers, though. I think.
Carey Price played well on this night, although he blew the third goal. It makes no difference. I just thought I’d mention it.
P.K.Subban and Lars Eller were healthy scratches if you’re interested, and Alexei Emelin played and took a stick in the teeth so may be paying a visit to a dentist tomorrow. During the four minute penalty that became of this, Montreal failed to score and were almost scored upon.
In Australian Rules Football news, Tadhg Kennell was a star in Ireland’s 21 point win over Australia. What’s interesting about this is Kennell’s league team is the Australian Sydney Swans. What’s also interesting is this fellow is retiring and it was his last game on Australian soil.
Habs are off now for Christmas, and then up to Ottawa on December 27th. I’m glad they’re getting a nice rest after such hard work lately.
Winnipeg outshot Montreal 34-27 and full marks to the Jets for getting it done and sending their fans home happy. Something Habs fans don’t experience often.
Canadiens went 0-4 on the power play.
Malaysia’s Muhd Rafiq Bin Ismail beat his Korean rival in two matches to win the Malaysian Junior All-Star Bowling Championship.