The Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre

The Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre

To attend an ice hockey game, go to the Bell Centre, the residence of the ‘Habs'.

Since its inauguration in 1996, then under the name of the Molson Centre, the Bell Centre has been a main stage for the presentation of sports, arts, and culture in Montreal.

Home of the 'Habs', the Anglophone nickname for the Montreal Canadiens hockey club, the Bell Centre offers all the state-of-the-art technology needed to ensure a perfect atmosphere. The lair of the legendary local hockey team, the most successful in the history of the NHL, the North American professional league, with 24 Stanley Cups, attracts over 1 million visitors each year. These skaters in their red jerseys perform before sold-out audiences in this highly charged amphitheatre that holds 21,273 spectators. Seats are hard to get, so we advise you to book in advance, even if a quota is always on sale on the day of the game.

Like many popular sporting events, the atmosphere can be over-excited, with the audience shouting, singing, urging on, and exulting to the sound of 'Go, Habs, Go!' What would a visit to Montreal be without a hockey game?

Bell Centre
1909, avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal
Montréal, QC H4B 5G0

+1 514 932 2582