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.

Post-Pandemic NHL Suggestion

With the NHL looking for ways to come back this season, here’s a look at a quirky proposal that could check off many of the boxes required by the league to make a postseason that is fair, meaningful, difficult, and entertaining to the fans.

Predators Hand Habs Another Loss

It was all Nashville for the first 40 minutes of play and only Carey Price kept it from being an embarrassing loss. When the playoff-hopeful Predators let up with a 4-0 lead, the kids on the Canadiens pushed back to make it interesting, but a game that was never really in doubt ended with a 4-2 win for Nashville on Tuesday night.

Depleted Habs Outclassed by Lightning

With most of the regular Laval lineup now in Montreal, what’s left of the Canadiens faced one of the league’s best in the Lightning. The result was therefore no surprise as Tampa Bay never really appeared threatened by the Habs as they breezed to a 4-0 victory

Fragile Habs Drop Another Lead to Rangers

At some point, the coaching staff might be required to play some different players in their attempt to defend leads. Regardless, it was another blown lead for the Habs who just can’t seem to figure it out as they allowed five unanswered to lose 5-2 to the Rangers on Thursday night.

Habs Blow Another Lead, Get Swept by Wings

Another night, another disheartening loss for the Habs. The Habs held the lead for much of the game, but their recent trend of blowing leads in the third period once again showed its ugly face as the Red Wings stormed back after being down 3-1 to beat the Habs 4-3 in regulation on Tuesday night.

Habs Keep Rolling With Win Against Ducks

As the virus infected Habs took on the much more physical Ducks, they knew they had to rely on speed to get the win on Thursday night. They ultimately relied on Nick Suzuki and Brenden Gallagher to spark the offense as they skated away with a 3-2 shootout victory setting the stage for a key game on Saturday against the Leafs.

Habs Exorcise Devils

It wasn’t pretty but the Habs managed a 5-4 come from behind victory over the Devils that required a shootout to get done. It was the type of game and effort (inconsistent) that perfectly displayed why the Habs are on the outside looking in as of now.