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the Club Seats at the Bell Centre are located in section 201-224, and are know as Club Desjardins. In addition to the all you can eat concessions, Club Desjardins includes free coat check, access to the Centre Bell Pub, and wider stadium seats.
The Bell Centre (or Centre Bell) follows the standard sports arena pattern in that the lowest seat number in a given section will be closest to the adjacent lower section. The same rule applies for the 100s, 200s, 300s and 400s sections. For example, seat 1 in Section 116 would be closest to the highest seat number in section 115, or the highest seat number in Section 116 would be closest to seat number 1 in section 117.
The Bell Centre (or Centre Bell) is located in downtown Montreal and is home to NHL's Montreal Canadiens. The Bell Centre opened its doors in 1999, and can hold up to 21,273 fans for a Canadiens game, and around 15,000 for concerts. Candiens game have been sold out since January of 2004, and is known to be one of the loudest crowds in all of the NHL.
The best seats for any hockey game are more debatable than other sporting event, so there is not a clear Best Seat for a Montreal Canadiens game. At the end of the day it is all up to personal preferrence, but generally speaking if you cannot score front row tickets on the glass in one of the scoring zones, you want to sit above row 10 (D) in the Red Level so you can see the plays develop. Some people prefer to sit behind the net for Canadiens games, while other fans prefer to sit in the corners so they can watch the puck cross the goal line.
The White and Blue Levels at the Bell Centre 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
The Montreal Canadiens bench is located in front of section 101-102 and the vistors 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.
The Red Level at the Centre Bell is consists of section 101-124, and is claimed the red level due to color of the seats. Platimun seats are located in the first row along the ice (which include food and drink (non- alcoholic), or you can sit in the face off 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 drink (non-alcoholic).
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