Add Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to the list of people excited to see Claude Julien coaching the Montreal Canadiens again.
The Canadiens hired Julien on Tuesday and he coached his first game on Saturday, a 3-1 loss to the Winnipeg Jets in Montreal on Hockey Day in Canada. His first stint in Montreal was from 2003-2006. He had spent the last 10 seasons in Boston, winning the Jack Adams Award in 2009 and Stanley Cup in 2011.
Trudeau grew up a huge Canadiens fan. He even welcomed the Chinese Premier Li Keqiang to Canada last summer with a tour around Bell Centre in Montreal and a youth hockey game.