Alex Killorn came to taunt the Montreal Canadiens right at home

Published August 14, 2021 at 10:37

After the first game of the Stanley Cup Final between the Montreal Canadiens and the Tampa Bay Lightning, Alex Killorn had to leave his place to Mathieu Joseph after blocking a shot from Jeff Petry during the first game between the two teams. So, even if he only played one game in the Final, he remains an important member of the Tampa Bay Lightning, with 17 points, including eight goals, in 19 games. WOW!

Anyway, he wasn't in uniform for game 5, where the Lightning defeated the Habs to win their second consecutive Cup, but he did show up on the ice for the post-win festivities. Then, for the summer festivities, as the Stanley Cup found its way into his hands, he took the opportunity to taunt the Montreal Canadiens by taking a picture directly in front of the Bell Centre. Honestly, it's funny, but quite a cocky move, haha!


I remind you that Killorn grew up in Beaconsfield, but was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He is therefore a sort of Quebecer, and proud of it. It's a nod to the Montreal Canadiens, the team of his youth and the team his group beat in the last NHL Stanley Cup Final.

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