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The Glengarry News - - Sports In The Glens - – Sean Bray

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.

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