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"You can't lower your head to my son."

“You can’t lower your head to my son.”

Winnipeg Jets frontman Mark Sheffley teamed up with Manitoba Public Insurance Company on an advertising campaign, and let’s say the logo wouldn’t please Montreal Canadiens fans.

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“You can’t get your head down, man,” a skater tells a motorist looking at his cell phone while he’s driving.

On the French page of the Manitoba General Insurance Company, it is translated as: “Being hit in the head is not funny.”

In the last playoffs, Scheifele received a four-game ban for severely disposing of Canadian striker Jake Evans. The latter had just scored a goal against Khali to confirm his team’s victory in the first match of the series between the two Canadian teams. By the time the Jets representative hit him head-on, CH’s head was down…

the account Instagram posted nhlbreakers The video announcement and several netizens contacted Evans in the comments. At the moment, the Canadian player has not reacted to the issue.

As Bleu-Blanc-Rouge swept the series against the Jets, Scheifele will miss his first game of 2021-22, on October 13, when he visits Manitoba’s The Ducks in Anaheim.

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