Welcome to TickPick’s Montreal Canadiens Seating Chart. Here we will cover everything you need to know before purchasing the Cheapest Montreal Canadiens tickets, including Centre Bell seat views, row and seat numbers, best seats, and much more.
Montreal Canadiens Seating Chart
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Centre Bell Overview
Centre Bell is located in downtown Montreal and is home to NHL’s Montreal Canadiens. The Centre Bell opened its doors in 1999, and can hold up to 21,273 Canadiens fans. Canadiens games have been sold out since January 2004, and is known to be one of the loudest crowds in all of the NHL.
Montreal Canadiens Best Seats
Much like any sporting venue, the best seats at the Centre Bell are center ice, sections 101-102, 112-114 and 124. Please keep in mind the plexiglass height. If you are interested in any of these sections, we recommend purchasing seats for rows D and above to avoid sitting behind the plexiglass. However, there aren’t any bad or unobstructed seats in the entire arena.
If you cannot lock up tickets in the sections above, don’t worry! There are still plenty of good options left. Sections 201-202, 212-214, and 224 are center ice, provide excellent center ice views, and you don’t have to worry about the possibility of the plexiglass obstructing your view. These are fantastic options for any fans.
If you’re looking for seats with a broader view of the action, sections 301-302, 318-320, and 336 are ideal.
Montreal Canadiens Red Level Seating
The Red Level seats, conveniently colored red, at the Centre Bell consists of sections 101-124. Platinum seats are located in the first row along the ice (which include food and non-alcholic drinks), or you can sit in the faceoff circle with Prestige Center ice seats, which are located in the first few rows (AA-FF) behind the benches in sections 102 and 124. The rest of the Prestige Seats are located around the ice in rows AA-FF and include food and non-alcholic drinks.
Montreal Canadiens White and Blue Levels
The White and Blue levels at the Centre Bell are located on the third and fourth tiers of the arena respectively. The White level is located between the Club level and the Blue level. The Blue level offers the cheapest seating for any Canadiens game.
Montreal Canadiens Premium Seating
The club seats at the Centre Bell are located in sections 201-224, and are known as Club Desjardins. In addition to the all you can eat concessions, Club Desjardins includes a free coat check, access to the Centre Bell Pub, and wider stadium seats.
Montreal Canadiens Bench and Scoring Zone
The Canadiens bench is located in front of sections 101-102, and the visitors bench is located in front of section 101 and 124.
The Canadiens shoot twice at the net in front of section 119, and the penalty box is located in section 113.
Centre Bell Reviews
“Le Centre Bell is a must-see when you’re in Montreal. Don’t miss the Montreal Canadiens gift shop either! Lots of cool items and good deals. Last time, we got tickets to a hockey match AND visited the Hall of Fame, too. Be prepared for a ‘sea of red.’” – via Tripadvisor
“The Bell Center is awesome, I’ve been here for a number of concerts and games over the years and the place is top notch. There is not a bad seat in this place for a hockey game, plenty of vendors,bathrooms and services. Security is quick and easy to navigate when entering and the quick exits are very handy at the end of the night. We love this place!” – via Yelp
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