Monfils was dealt a shaving cream pie to the face.
During the first intermission, the Habs played a fun mini-game with 20 or so local tyke hockey players, which seemed to delight everyone – both on the ice and in the stands.
Early in the second stanza, Alistair MacDonald got the Glens within a goal, assisted by Serge Bellefeuille, as the offence on both sides gained momentum.
Latendresse replied for Montreal, from Brisebois, then scored quickly again, set up by Belanger. Minutes later, he completed the natural hat trick, putting the Habs in front 6- 2, assisted again by Belanger.
Alexandria wasn’t letting up, though, as Joel Trottier netted a response, off feeds from Troy Stonier and Monfils.
Montreal’s seventh goal came with two minutes left in the stanza, as Dandenault scored past Roch Gauthier, assisted by Petrov and Brisebois.
Jacques Massie took over Glens netminding duties in the third and was kept decidedly busy, from start to finish.
Just 74 seconds in, Latendresse bulged the twine, set up by Belanger and Marc André Bergeron.
Frankie Morris got that one back for the Glens, assisted by Rob McDonald, before Seguin scored again for the Habs, unassisted, to make it a 9-4 game.
Chancey Lajoie cut Alexandria’s deficit to four, finding the back of the Montreal net off feeds from Stonier and Drew McMillan. Seconds later, Stonier potted an unassisted marker to bring the Glens a bit closer.
The Habs then went on a tear, scoring four straight, as Brown, Bergeron, Belanger (with two), to make it a 13-6 lead.
Earning the assists were Carbonneau (3), Bergeron (2), Petrov, and Belanger.
Darcy MacDonell added a late Glens tally, set up by McDonald and Morris, to round out the scoring, as the Montreal Canadiens skated to a 13-7 victory.
Coaches for the Habs were Yvon Lambert and Frank Papineau, while behind the bench for the Glens alumni team were Alain Giroux, John Hope, and Guy Bellefeuille.
Officials for the game were Jamie Lavigne, Dan Pidgeon, and Stephen McDonald.