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One of the most storied franchises in professional sports, the Montreal Canadiens’ 24 Stanley Cups trail only the New York Yankees’ 25 World Series titles as the most championships won across the four major North American professional sports leagues. Numerous legendary players have played for the Habs (who have retired an NHL-record 15 numbers), including Jacques Plante, Jean Beliveau, Maurice “Rocket” Richard, Henri Richard, Guy Lafleur, Ken Dryden, and Patrick Roy. If you're looking to catch the team this year, get your cheap Montreal Canadiens tickets on TickPick at the guaranteed best prices! You'll save 10% over our major competitor for the same seats because we have absolutely no service fees.

Where do the Montreal Canadiens play their home games?

The Montreal Canadiens play their home games at Centre Bell.

Where will The Montreal Canadiens be playing?

The Montreal Canadiens are not currently playing.

How Many Stanley Cups Have the Montreal Canadiens Won?

The Canadiens have won 24 Stanley Cups, more than any other franchise: 1915–16 (defeating the Portland Rosebuds), 1923–24 (Calgary Tigers), 1929–30 (Boston Bruins), 1930–31 (Chicago Blackhawks), 1943–44 (Blackhawks), 1945–46 (Bruins), 1952–53 (Bruins), 1955–56 (Detroit Red Wings), 1956–57 (Bruins), 1957–58 (Bruins), 1958–59 (Toronto Maple Leafs), 1959–60 (Maple Leafs), 1964–65 (Blackhawks), 1965–66 (Red Wings), 1967–68 (St. Louis Blues), 1968–69 (Blues), 1970–71 (Blackhawks), 1972–73 (Blackhawks), 1975–76 (Philadelphia Flyers), 1976–77 (Bruins), 1977–78 (Bruins), 1978–79 (New York Rangers), 1985–86 (Calgary Flames), 1992–93 (Los Angeles Kings).

Who are the Montreal Canadiens’ Biggest Rivals?

The Canadiens have strong rivalries with the other members of the “Original Six” era teams: the Boston Bruins, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, New York Rangers, and the Toronto Maple Leafs. Their oldest rivalry is with the Maple Leafs, one that dates back to 1917. Since Boston was founded in 1924, Montreal has been their most frequent opponent, regular season games and playoffs combined. The Canadiens also had a provincial rivalry with the Quebec Nordiques, before the latter moved to Colorado in 1995.

Who is on the Montreal Canadiens Roster in 2021-22?

The Canadiens’ fortunes hinge on the health of goaltender Carey Price, who is coming off knee surgery, and who was instrumental in the Habs’ stunning run to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2020-21. Montreal lost several key players from last season, including defender Shea Weber, centers Phillip Danault and Jesperi Kotkaniemi, and winger Tomas Tatar. To fill their void, the Canadiens traded for forward Christian Dvorak and signed forward Mike Hoffman. They join a forward line of Tyler Toffoli, Nick Suzuki, and Cole Caufield. Forward Jonathan Drouin hopes for a breakout season, while wingers Brendan Gallagher and Josh Anderson will look to add offensive punch.

Who is the Head Coach for the Montreal Canadiens?

Dominique Ducharme enters his second season in Montreal. Ducharme led the Canadiens to the Stanley Cup Finals in his first season, losing to the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Are the Montreal Canadiens Requiring Fans to Be Vaccinated or Wear Masks This Season?

As required by the government of Quebec, all fans age 13 and older must present a valid COVID-19 vaccine passport. All fans over the age of 5 must wear a mask at all times, except when actively eating or drinking.

Do Children Need Their Own Ticket for Montreal Canadiens Games?

Children below the age of 24 months can enter Centre Bell without a ticket, but must be seated in the lap of an accompanying ticketed adult.

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