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The Bell Centre is allowing up to 2,500 fans to watch the potential Habs vs. Leafs game

The Bell Centre is allowing up to 2,500 fans to watch the potential Habs vs. Leafs game
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The Montreal Canadiens hockey team released a statement earlier this week sharing their excitement over the recent news of Premier Legault’s deconfinement rollout plan.

As of May 28th, indoor and outdoor halls and stadiums, where there are designated seats, will be able to accommodate 250 people per section, for a maximum of 2,500 people. In addition, the 9:30pm curfew set in Montreal will be abolished; a restriction that was put in place early January 2021.

With this recent news, the Bell Centre will be able to accommodate fans for the potential Habs vs. Leafs game expected to happen on May 29th, should the series last that long.

Tonight the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs are set to play their first playoff game of the season at 7:30pm. 

Who do you think will win? Although, we already know what you’re going to say… Go Habs Go!

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