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.

Habs Season Hanging by Thread After Loss

Thursday’s game was not as entertaining as Tuesday’s though I would say the Habs tried every bit as hard. The difference is that Washington was defensively aware of what Montreal was bringing to the table and had a plan to keep the Habs off the scoreboard and did so as they pulled off the 2-1 victory.

Habs Beat the Best to Stay Alive

Tuesday’s must-win game against Tampa Bay game had it all: big time hits, strange goals, nice goals, spectacular saves, and even some nastiness. In the end, the Habs pulled together a full 60-minute effort from every single player dressed to win 4-2.

Habs Keep Pace with Win Over Jets

Saturday night’s tilt with the Jets was one to forget, but Montreal played a near perfect road game in the process. Fan boredom aside, this was a well-executed game for the Habs who skated out of Winnipeg with a 3-1 to keep their playoffs hopes alive.

Habs Focused in Win Over Flyers

With both teams feeling as though their season was on the line, Tuesday’s game between the Habs and Flyers was a tightly contested affair with every inch of ice being battled over. Montreal was able to execute better than they did on Saturday, earning themselves the 3-1 win.

Habs Shutout As Playoff Chances Fade

Corey Crawford was at his very best while playing in his hometown while the Montreal coaching staff appeared to hit the panic button midway through this game. The result was a 2-0 victory for the Blackhawks despite a 48-shot effort by Montreal.

Habs Lose One Late Against Islanders

After Carey Price kept them in the game for the first half, the Habs almost skated out of Nassau with some stolen points. Instead, a terrible pinch by Brett Kulak proved costly and the Habs find their season close to the brink after a 2-1 heartbreaking regulation loss.