There has been a three-week hiatus in covering Jonathan's hockey games, but I am back at it. I missed one match, but the league pretty well shut down for the holidays. There were some practices, but I don't attend those although perhaps I should go to one and get different photos.
With the team short-handed about 5 players due mainly to the flu, the players who were there got more playing time than usual as they were out on every second line change instead of the usual every third change.
They hung in pretty well until about half way through the third period when a close 2-1 game became a more one-sided 4-1 loss.
One upside is that I saw more of Jonathan in action than usual, so for this post, I shall just show photos in which he makes an appearance because I don't always get the opportunity to get so many shots of him. He is #9 in white with hair too long on one side.
On the same day, yesterday, Canada won the world junior tournament over Russia in the finals. They say it was a corker of a game, but I was involved in helping to solve a murder in Midsomer, England at the time. 😄