Between play-offs and prime ministers, it’s been a big year for Canada. All eyes were on us as Justin Bieber came back into the limelight (was he ever really away?), repenting for his years as a tearaway teen and becoming...
It’s game day, Montreal, and we could not be more excited. You can definitely feel the anticipation clouding the air as the Habs are about to skate into the post-season. Here are 15 awesome Montreal spots to catch the Habs in playoff action
Hockey season has arrived and that can only mean one thing – Habs fever, baby. With a plethora of new spots opening around Montreal, the choices of where to cheer on the boys are plenty. So whether you enjoy catching the puck drop at classic joints like Chez Serge or you’d rather expand your horizons to the Ping Pong Club, we got you covered.
For more than 50 years, Boul Noir has been the place to be for pool players and fans of sporting events. Now, freshly re-named and re-built, Fitzroy has taken over the legendary establishment and widened its scope with good food and innovative design
Pride can come in many different forms, and last night it came in the form of civic pride, painted Canadien red, white, and blue. What can be said about a city where the fans fill up the Bell Centre while their team is playing in another city just to watch their hometown heroes on the big screen as they soak in a fanatically frenzied atmosphere?
When it comes to sports in Canada, there’s only one that comes to mind: HOCKEY! Yes, the Toronto Raptors were the talk of the country with their #WETHENORTH slogan and lint rollers, but they got eliminated and now the only northern team left is a hockey team and that team is the historic Montreal Canadiens
C’est le printemps à Montréal, ce qui signifie deux choses : terrasses et séries éliminatoires. Les amateurs du Canadien espèrent que la saison se prolongera longtemps, tout comme les nombreux propriétaires de restaurants/bars/pubs en ville. Voici la liste des 10 restaurants/bars/pubs où vous devez regarder l’un des matchs des Canadiens de Montréal
It’s springtime in Montreal and that means two things: Flowers and PLAYOFF HOCKEY. Habs fans are hoping for a long playoff run and so are the many restaurant/bar/pub owners in the city. Here’s a list of 10 restaurants/bars/pubs where you need to watch the Montreal Canadiens
Hockey season is finally here. It all kicks off tonight with the most fitting opening night match-up, the never-ending rivalry: Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Montreal Canadiens. Here's where to watch in Toronto and Montreal