Author: Kevin Leveille

I'm a 31 year-old father of 2 who teaches English in a French High School in Northeastern Ontario. After work, I'm very involved with my community as town councillor, being involved with the local airport, swimming pool, cemetery, recreation and HR. I started blogging in 2015 in the hopes of sharing my opinion on the game and having good hockey talk ensue. My hobbies include playing hockey, watching hockey, blogging about the Habs, Habs, Jays, Seahawks, and watching Netflix with my fiancée.

I'm a 31 year-old father of 2 who teaches English in a French High School in Northeastern Ontario. After work, I'm very involved with my community as town councillor, being involved with the local airport, swimming pool, cemetery, recreation and HR. I started blogging in 2015 in the hopes of sharing my opinion on the game and having good hockey talk ensue. My hobbies include playing hockey, watching hockey, blogging about the Habs, Habs, Jays, Seahawks, and watching Netflix with my fiancée.

Habs Force Game 5

In a game that likely took ten years off every single Habs fans’ life, Montreal blew two different one-goal leads before finding themselves shorthanded for four minutes with the game on the line. Price was heroic, Suzuki was on another level, and Anderson scored two huge goals as the Habs forced Game 5 with a 3-2 overtime victory.

Tampa Steals Win and 2-0 Series Lead

After dominating the first forty minutes of the game, the Habs found themselves down 2-1. Tampa Bay shut things down in the third and the Habs simply didn’t have the offensive firepower to overcome the Lightning’s solid defensive play who got the 3-1 win and the 2-0 series lead in large part thanks to Andrei Vasilevskiy.

Habs One Win Away

The Habs leaned on a defensive structure that has been frustrating their opponents all postseason to frustrate the Golden Knights on Tuesday night which helped them secure a 4-1 victory to take a 3-2 series lead.

Habs Offer Little Opposition in Game 1 Loss

The Habs came out strong on Monday but couldn’t beat a floundering Marc-Andre Fleury. Ten minutes later, the Knights woke up and the Habs didn’t have an answer other than Carey Price’s continued heroics but it wasn’t enough as the Golden Knights opened the series with a 4-1 win.

Habs Advance to Stanley Cup Semi-Finals with OT Win

The Habs were the better team for most of Monday’s Game 4 which was surprising given the fact that the Jets had their season on the line. Montreal let up enough in the second for Winnipeg to get back in the game, but the Suzuki-Caufield overtime magic was just too irresistible as they found an open Toffoli to end the series with a 3-2 victory, sending the Habs to a final-four appearance.