Montreal Canadiens Tickets
Montreal Canadiens Tickets

First home game is a rival game!

The Bell Centre is home to the Montreal Canadiens and Montreal will be hopping this year with incredible home games. Check out some of the top HABS archrivals: like the Habs vs Toronto Maple Leafs! Or, Habs vs Bruins!!

This season, don't miss your chance to get Montreal Canadiens tickets at the Bell Centre. Get your Habs tickets today!

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THE TEAM

Boasting a rich history and a slew of honours, the Montreal Canadiens are the crown jewel of the National Hockey League. The team was founded in 1909, and has morphed into a veritable phenomenon, complete with an army of dedicated fans that live and breathe for the Tricolour. The Habs are part of the Original Six teams, and are the longest continuously operating professional hockey team in the NHL. Not only are the Canadiens the oldest team in the NHL, but they are also the most prosperous team in the hockey league. Throughout the Habs’ impressive history, hockey legends such as Henri Richard, Guy Lafleur, Maurice “The Rocket” Richard, Patrick Roy, and Jacques Plante have given their all to the celebrated team.

The Habs have won a grand total of 24 championships, which is far more than any other team in the league. Clearly, the Stanley Cup belongs in Montreal!

Last season, the  Canadiens once again exhibited a potent fusion of determination, dedication, and discipline. Following the loss of team captain Brian Gionta at the conclusion of the 2013-2014 season, the Canadiens were left without a guiding star. Unable to select a single player to take on Gionta’s mantle as captain, the team opted for a peculiar, unusual, and surprisingly effective approach; rather than possess a captain, the Canadiens would be led by four alternative captains. It was thus that Andrei Markov, Max Pacioretty, Tomas Plekanec, and P.K. Subban became the foundations of the 2014-2015 season. During the last season, the Habs became the Atlantic division regular season champions. The Canadiens defeated the Ottawa Senators in six games during the first round of the playoffs. However, in the second round of the playoffs, the tables were turned, as the Tampa Bay Lightning (who had swept Montreal in the five-game regular season) took down the Habs in six games. While the stellar season concluded with a failure, it is undeniable that players such as Subban, Pacioretty, and goaltender Carey Price played some of their finest games, and cemented their colossal worth within the team.

As the Habs gear up for another season of formidable hockey, some daring trades, acquirements, and signings are in the works. On July 1st, the team traded left wing Brandon Prust to the Vancouver Canucks for right wing Zack Kassian, as well as Vancouver’s fifth round draft pick in 2016. Moreover, the Canadiens have acquired free agents such as Joel Hanley and Mark Barberio (of Tampa Bay Lightning fame). Finally, it is worth noting that the Habs have recently agreed to the terms of a high-profile two-year contract with centre Alex Galchenyuk. The centre has been invaluable to the team’s prosperity in recent years, and will surely continue his ascension to hockey legend.

Prepare for another spectacular season for the highly successful team! And don’t forget to take advantage of all of the exclusive deals on Montreal Canadiens tickets that are offered by QualityPlusTickets.com!


The Arena

BELL CENTER
1909 Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal,
Montreal, Quebec, H4B 5G0, Canada

The Bell Centre is the home of the NHL’s most recognized team. Located at 1909 Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal, the Bell Centre is known for consistently receiving the highest attendance of any arena in Canada. During a hockey game, the Bell Centre can accommodate over 21,000 zealous fans, making the centre the largest hockey arena in the world. The celebrated arena has accommodates some of the biggest musicians in the world, and is a must for any prominent artist that hopes to bring their tour to Canada.


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The Rivals

Toronto Maple Leafs, Boston Bruins, New York Rangers

Canadiens vs. Maple Leafs

Canada’s two largest cities go head-to-head in one of the most intense rivalries in the NHL! While the rivalry between the Montreal Canadiens and the Toronto Maple Leafs may be the oldest rivalry in NHL history, the intensity and excitement is just as prevalent today as when the two teams first encountered each other in 1917. The rivalry has demonstrated that it possesses the capability to transcend time and progress, and the two teams are still at each other’s throats. We’re not complaining though, as the rivalry makes for some mighty good hockey!

Canadiens vs. Bruins

Among the multitude of rivalries present in the NHL, none of them have caused as much of an explosive stir as the one between the Montreal Canadiens and the Boston Bruins. These two teams have played each other more times than any other two teams in the NHL. While the Canadiens have dominated over the Bruins in terms of all-time victories, in recent years, the Bruins have experienced a notable resurgence, which has only enhanced the competitive passion between the two teams. Arguably, the rivalry between the Habs and the Bruins is the most outstanding demonstration of competition to have ever graced the world of professional sports.

Canadiens vs. Rangers

The rivalry between the Montreal Canadiens and the New York Rangers may have begun during the early days of the CFL, but the bad blood and animosity still resonates clearly today. Both teams hail from the Original Six era, and both teams have had some astounding players over the years. When these two titans clash, you can expect plenty of nail-biting intensity and unrestrained action.

The Statistics

With a long history and an unquenchable thirst for excellence, the Habs have accomplished a fair deal of achievements. Aside from taking home the Stanley Cup on twenty-four occasions (the last time the team won the championship final was during the 1992-1993 season), the team has also won eight conference championships and twenty-three division championships.

Helpful Hints

Now that you’ve got your cheap Montreal Canadiens tickets courtesy of QualityPlusTickets.com, why not make a night out of your trip to the Bell Centre? Here are some helpful tips to make sure you get the most from your Montreal Canadiens tickets!

Getting In

If you’re looking to beat the crowd shuffling into the Bell Centre minutes before the game, you should know that the gates of the Bell Centre open 90 minutes before game time. That’s plenty of time to claim your seats, get some refreshments, and witness the historic mementos of the Habs’ history.

Where To Eat

Looking for a bite before the big game? There are plenty of restaurants located a short walk away from the Bell Centre. Restaurants such as Pizzeria Arlequino (1218 Drummond Street), Decca77 (1077 Drummond Street), and La Queue de Cheval Steakhouse (1181 De La Montagne Street) are sure to stimulate your taste buds! Aside from being the home of the Habs, the Bell Centre is also the home of four restaurants; La Mise au Jeu, The Capitain's Lounge, Restaurant 9-4-10, and the popular La Cage aux Sports. Now, you can experience the best culinary sensations that Downtown Montreal has to offer!

Parking Around The Bell Centre

While the Bell Centre does offer a massive parking area, it's no secret that the parking lot fills up very quickly. Thankfully, there are locations dedicated to street parking near the arena. Also, several hotels offer cheap paid parking. To avoid the hassle altogether, we recommend that you consider taking the metro. The Lucien-L'Allier metro station is a stone's throw from the Bell Centre, and taking the metro is an easy and quick way to get to the game.

Not many people are aware that all children under 2 years of age do not require a ticket to enter the Bell Centre. They can watch the game from the comfort of their guardian’s lap! However, we do suggest that you bring proof of your child’s age.