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MONTREAL CANADIENS RELEASE STATEMENT ABOUT HAVING FANS BACK AT THE BELL CENTRE

MAY 18, 2021  (18H41)      TIM TUCKER
Should the first-round playoff series between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens go to at least six games, some fans will be able to take in the excitement at the Bell Centre in Montreal. The Habs released the following statement after a news conference by Quebec Premier Francois Legault Tuesday:

"We are delighted with the government's decision regarding shows and events. Although the number of spectators remains limited, we applaud this decision which allows us to foresee an eventual return to normality. Regarding the Montreal Canadiens and the playoffs, under the new rules, the Bell Centre will initially accommodate 2,500 people - or about 12% of capacity - for a hockey game beyond May 28. We really missed our fans and spectators and we can't wait to host them again. And we will be ready."

This is the first Canadian team to announce that fans would be able to take in playoff action. It remains to be seen if any others will follow suit.