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    Watching hockey games

    by fairy_dust Written Jan 24, 2015

    If you can't get tickets to the Bell Centre to watch the Habs (Montreal Canadiens) play, or if they're playing an away game, go to any sports bar in town to watch the game. Sports bars have one or more big TVs showing the game live, so put on your Habs jersey and cheer them on with all the fans while drinking beer. It's going to be especially lively if the Habs are playing against the Leafs (Toronto Maple Leafs) or the Bruins (the Boston Bruins), as these teams are the Habs' biggest rivals.

    If the Habs make it really far into the playoffs (such as making it to the semi-finals), people will party in the streets, so be sure to join!

    Equipment: Any Habs paraphernalia (jersey, hat, t-shirt, flag, etc), noisemakers (horns, rattles, etc).

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    Montreal Canadiens Hockey!

    by Lisser Written Jun 13, 2003

    The Bell Centre, where the Montreal Canadiens play, is centrally located and easy to reach while you are in the city. The hockey's always great and the fans are just as passionate about the game as the players.

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    The Habs...

    by marcoparco Written Feb 5, 2004

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    Home of the Montreal Canadiens which is a National Hockey League team. Some of the finnest hockey in the world. Don't miss out on seeing such a great event!!!

    Equipment: Don't forget your Canadiens shirt!

    There goalie.....Jose Theodore

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    Hockey Country

    by acemj Updated Sep 10, 2002

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    You can catch a Montreal Canadians game at the fairly new Centre Molson in downtown. This arena opened in 1996 and reflects the excellence of the most successful franchise in NHL history.

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