The Bell Center viewing night is sold out for the Montreal Canadiens Game 2



MONTREAL – Habs fans who aren’t prepared to spend thousands of dollars to watch the playoffs live at the Bell Center on Friday can watch Game 2 on the big screen in the arena.

The Canadiens have announced that they will be hosting a Game 2 viewing night, selling 3,500 tickets at $ 10 each. Wednesday morning, the event was sold out.

The lucky few thousand will also enjoy the pre-game show with a “special lighting installation from Montreal-based PixMob,” the team announced Tuesday.

Youppi! will also be in attendance and fans will need to wear a face mask inside. Tampa Bay will host the Canadiens for the game at 8 p.m. in Florida.

“In this unprecedented year, the support and passion we’ve seen from our fans across town, province and beyond this playoffs has been incredibly inspiring to our organization and the players themselves.” , said France Margaret Bélanger, executive vice-president of the Canadiens. and commercial director, in a press release.

“While we share your disappointment, we are unable to accommodate full capacity crowds and organize large-scale formal outdoor gatherings, we are nonetheless happy to expand access to our building for events such as these. here so that as many people as possible can experience the Stanley Cup Final in the incomparable setting of our arena. ”

Doors open at 6.30 p.m. for the event.

Meanwhile, the Montreal Canadiens are hoping to gain approval from the Quebec public health department to accommodate 10,500 fans in the seats for Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final Series against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Friday.



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