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’ Strong Third Enough to Beat Leafs

The Habs played strong first and third periods on way to an important 4-2 win against the North Division’s top team in Toronto. Jake Allen was solid when he needed to be and new defensive pairings confirmed that Shea Weber and Joel Edmundson needed to be split up.

Slow Start Sinks Habs vs Jets

The Habs likely deserved a better outcome if one considers the entirety of Thursday night’s game. However, another slow start had them playing catch-up from the get-go and for a second straight night, they just didn’t have enough offence to overcome the bad start, falling 4-2 to Winnipeg.

Habs Dominate Sens

There was never much doubt on Thursday night as the Habs were the better team for 60 minutes. Allen made the few saves needed to secure the win and he finally got some goal support as Gallagher and Evans were particularly impressive in a 4-1 victory over Ottawa.

Habs Dominate Oilers in 4-0 Win

The well-rested Canadiens took full advantage of an Oilers team playing their third game in four nights on Tuesday in executing 60 minutes of complete domination. Considering the incoming schedule, a game that was not intense for the entirety of its 60 minutes of play was welcomed for the Habs as they skated away with a 4-0 win.

Another Stolen Point, Another OT Loss

In a game that featured many momentum swings, the overall result was dictated by the Habs inability to hit the net. They stole a point that they more or less deserved but ultimately fell to Vancouver in overtime once again, bringing their extra time record to 0-9.

Habs Hold On for Big Win over Winnipeg

The Jets were firing on all cylinders on Monday night but Montreal there every step of the way for the first 40 minutes as they attacked a vulnerable Winnipeg back end. The Jets didn’t give up as the Habs bent but didn’t break as they escaped with a 4-2 win on Monday night.

Habs Can’t Find Legs in Loss to Flames

The quick turnaround, a different time zone, the loss of Chiarot, and poor execution. All of these factors could be used to explain why the Habs were completely flat in Thursday’s game versus Calgary where they lost 2-1 and didn’t even get their shot count to 20.