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.

Toffoli Show Continues in 7-3 Win

Thursday’s rematch against Vancouver was quite entertaining for the first 25 minutes, and then the Habs took over in a big way. They were led by the Jesperi Kotkaniemi line for the second night in a row as Tyler Toffoli has looked like a 50-goal scorer so far in Vancouver; he picked up two more goals in a 7-3 win.

Habs Open Two-Gamer with Decisive Win

Carey Price made key saves, the Habs controlled the even-strength play, and then dominated the special teams. That’s the formula for many wins, and that’s just what the Habs did on Saturday night as they opened up their Western Canada trip with a decisive 5-1 win over Edmonton.

Many Positives in Season-Opening OT Loss

In an exciting season-opener, the Habs showed some offensive muscle proving that Marc Bergevin’s statement that the Habs can play any style was quite true. They faced the offensively capable Maple Leafs so despite the fact that Montreal was likely the better team, Toronto stuck around long enough to squeak out the win as the Habs were dropped 5-4 in overtime.

Habs Eliminate Penguins

It took until late in the third period for the scoring to be opened but Artturi Lehkonen’s first goal of the series was the difference maker as the Habs eliminated Pittsburgh with a 2-0 victory on Friday.