We're almost moved on to 2021 and that means hockey is just around the corner.
With everything that has transpired over the last year, it will feel good to have some form of normalcy back with the return of Montreal Canadiens hockey.
Even though we'll be watching the Habs play in front of an empty Bell Centre, it'll still feel good to have them back on the ice.
General manager Marc Bergevin has put together a team for fans to be excited about and Quebec Premier Francois Legault is on board with what Bergevin has done.
Legault took to Twitter after the Corey Perry signing to express how excited he is for the upcoming season.
"When you sign a 35-year old like Corey Perry, it's not because you're building for the long term, it's because, this year, you're aiming for the Cup!"
Quand tu signes un gars de 35 ans comme Corey Perry, c'est pas parce que tu veux bâtir pour le long terme, c'est parce que tu vises, cette année, la Coupe!https://t.co/wOHDoVoSNv via @NHLdotcom
— François Legault (@francoislegault) December 28, 2020