The Montreal Canadiens have some time to rest as they wait to find out who their next opponent is.
The Habs really looked like they got it rolling with their four game sweep of the Winnipeg Jets as the Canadiens were firing on all cylinders.
One player who's definitely stood out is forward Cole Caufield, while Caufield hasn't been finding the back of the net he's been hustling working hard and setting up some nice goals.
Lots of analysts and fans had doubts about Caufield because of his size and if it would work in the NHL, especially in the physical playoffs, but Caufield has more than held his own.
One person who's been very impressed is former NHL coach Bob Hartley who made a huge statement.
During a recent appearance on 91.9FM Sports, Hartley said that Caufield is already better than Johnny Gaudreau.
Pretty big statement from the man who coached a young Gaudreau. The 5'9" 165lb Gaudreau scored 24 goals during his first full season in the NHL and was a runner up for the Calder Memorial Trophy.
Bob Hartley just said live on radio that Cole Caufield is already better than Johnny Gaudreau. #GoHabsGo
— Guillaume Lemieux (@haterHOPE) June 8, 2021