It's 7:00 pm on a Saturday night. What does a good Canadian-Jewish family with 2 Chinese daughters do in the middle of Passover?
Watch Hockey! At the risk of having CSIS come to my door and demand that I give back my Canadian passport, I must make a confession: I'm not big on hockey. OK, you can pick you jaw up from the floor now. We were skiing people, we didn't get into hockey because my brother didn't play hockey. So we didn't watch.
I've been to the occasional game at the Forum, and once or twice at the Molson/Bell/New Forum Center, but by and large, I am not a Hockey Girl....
But tonight, even I know the significance of the Habs/Leafs game, the last of the regular season. If the Habs win, they go into the playoffs. The guy on the news said this was the most important game since the last 60's. This is a historical game.
So we are sitting on the couch, eating honey-passover cake, not drinking beer because it's not Kosher for Passover. Go Habs Go!