The Bell Centre opened in Montreal for the 1996-97 season, taking over for the Montreal Forum, which housed the Habs for the previous 70 years. Given the amount of history in their old building, there was no room for failure in their new facility. Luckily, the Bell Centre has lived up to expectations and is one of the best venues in the league, not only in terms of atmosphere, but also due to its construction. Additional renovations, such as in 2015 when improvements were made to the hallways, concessions, and restaurants have kept this venue on the cutting edge.
The fandom in Montreal is a sight to behold. The fans have an intense love for the Canadiens and show up in tremendous numbers each night. You can feel the entire building shake after each goal. The building is decorated with memorabilia celebrating the team’s history, making the place really feel like home.
There is, however, no better place in this facility than the luxury suites. Canadiens luxury suites provide some of the most incredible hockey experiences you could ever achieve. LuxuryVIPSuites.com is aware of just how amazing it is to take in a Habs game from this vantage point and works to bring this opportunity to our elite clientele through our exclusive relationships with Bell Centre luxury suite owners. Call our office today at 610-828-7407 to learn more about how you can acquire a Canadiens luxury suite for the game of your choosing.
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Montreal is the largest city in the Canadian province of Quebec and home to the NHL’s most accomplished franchise, the Montreal Canadiens. This historic hockey club dates back to 1909 and has amassed an unprecedented 24 Stanley Cup Championships; more than any other team in the league.
In addition to cheering on the most decorated team in the league, the fans in Montreal have had the distinct pleasure of watching some of the greatest players ever to take the ice line up for their hometown squad. Legendary players including Maurice Richard, Jean Beliveau, Doug Harvey, Jacques Plante, Larry Robinson, and scores more that have worn the iconic Canadiens sweater.
After winning seven Stanley Cups prior to 1955, the Habs rattled off five consecutive titles to close out the decade before picking up four more in the 1960s, and six more in the 1970s. Winning once in the 80s and once in the 90s, the Canadiens are truly NHL royalty.
The most famous Canadien in team history is Maurice “Rocket” Richard. This talented winger played his entire career in Montreal (18 seasons) amassing 966 points in 978 regular season games. He was the first in NHL history to record 50 goals in 50 games and the first to reach 500 goals. He was elected to 13 NHL All Star Games and hoisted the Cup eight times for the Canadiens. His younger brother, Henri Richard, also became a Canadiens legend, winning 11 Cups with the team, the most of any single player in NHL history.
Montreal is currently in the midst of their longest Cup drought, dating back to 1993. Head Coach Claude Julien is determined to end this streak and bring the Cup back to Montreal. He had his work cut out for him as this group had only made the playoffs once in the last four seasons. However, under Julien, the Habs made it to the Stanley Cup qualifiers in the pandemic-shortened 2020 season. Eliminating the Pittsburgh Penguins in five games, Montreal played a scrappy series against Philadelphia before being knocked out in the sixth game.
Contributing for the Canadiens on the score sheet are Tomas Tatar, Brendan Gallagher, Phillip Danault, and captain Shea Weber. A deep roster allows for the Habs to benefit from the play of Nick Suzuki, Jonathan Drouin, and Jeff Patry. In net for the Habs is Carey Price. Now in his early 30s, Price is considered one of the best goaltenders in the game. He has won many awards over the years, but still has his sights set on hoisting the Stanley Cup before the Montreal faithful. He is looking ahead to the prospect of a deep playoff run with the Canadiens in 2021.
Featuring some of the greatest players in NHL history, including Maurice Richard, Jean Beliveau, Doug Harvey, Jacques Plante, Larry Robinson, Guy Lafleur, Howie Morenz, Frank Mahovlich, Ken Dryden, Henri Richard, Patrick Roy, and dozens more, the Canadiens have a rich tradition of excellent play. Additional information regarding the history of this great club can be found by clicking here.
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