Jean-Gabriel Pageau gets a brunch special named after him in Ottawa
Ottawa’s Wellington Diner paid tribute to the Senators forward with a brunch option to commemorate his 4 goals in Saturday’s impressive Game 2 win.
Jean-Gabriel Pageau played the game of his career in the Ottawa Senators’ 6-5, Game 2 win against the New York Rangers. His record-setting performance, which included four goals, inspired Ottawa’s Wellington Diner to create the “Pageau 4444”, a breakfast featuring four eggs, four sausages, four slices of ham, and four pieces of bacon to compliment their home fries and toast (which appears to be french).
Now that’s a meal fit for a hometown hero.
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Pageau, who was born in Ottawa and also happens to wear No. 44, set a franchise Stanley Cup Playoff record by scoring four goals in a postseason game, including the game-tying goal with 1:02 remaining in regulation and at 2:54 in double overtime.
We’re sure Pageau will be game to try out the new breakfast special, considering his now-famous love of big meals:
Jean-Gabriel Pageau says he doesn't like afternoon games: "I thought I had ate too much. I had two chicken parms."— Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) April 29, 2017
If you’re more of a light breakfast eater, maybe one of their other player-inspired meals will appeal to you, like the “Mike Hoffman Bardown Benny” or the “Chris Wideman 6-Shooter Hash.”
Full story at NHL.com