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Bell Centre to welcome 2,500 fans to Game 6: Habs vs. Maple Leafs

Bell Centre to welcome 2,500 fans to Game 6: Habs vs. Maple Leafs
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Last night the Montreal Canadiens won Game 5 in the best-of-seven North Division semifinal series in an OT victory against the Toronto Maple Leafs.

In a 4-3 win, Cole Caufield helped bring the team to victory by setting up Nick Suzuki on a 2-on-0 break for the winning goal at 59 seconds of overtime.

After the big win, the Montreal Canadiens were pleased to announce that they will be able to welcome fans to Game 6 this Saturday:

“The Quebec government announced a progressive deconfinement plan. This announcement makes it possible to host fans for Game 6 against the Toronto Maple Leafs in the first round of the playoffs on Saturday, May 29. Under the new rules, the Bell Centre will initially accommodate up to 2,500 people - or about 12% of our capacity. Our valued season ticket holder will have priority access.”

For the first time since March 2020, the Habs will play in front of fans - bringing some much needed energy back to the team on their home turf. 

Go Habs Go!

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