The Montreal Canadiens showed why they are one of the most elite NHL franchises last season, showing poise and bouncing back from a disappointing 2015-16 season to win the Atlantic Division in 2016-17. Leading the way was top scorer and captain Max Pacioretty, who finished the season with 67 points. Alex Galchenyuk had another productive year, adding 44 points despite playing in just 61 games. All-Star defenseman Shea Weber had a commanding blueline presence, contributing to a +20 plus/minus last season. Winger Brendan Gallagher, despite his small stature, remains the heart and soul of this team. The Canadiens will look to again advance into the playoffs, which will again depend heavily on the health of All-Star goalie Carey Price.
As the most decorated franchise in the NHL with a whopping total of 24 Stanley Cups, the Canadiens owe part of their success to their loyal fanbase. The Canadiens call the Bell Centre home where they only lost 12 regular season games all year last season. The Bell Centre remains one of the toughest places to play in the National Hockey League. The most common Canadiens suite will accommodate a group of 12 but larger suites are available. With a Bell Centre suite, guests receive VIP parking, private entry and exclusive access to the arena’s private bars. Premium in-suite catering options are available in advance and during the game in any Canadiens suite. A skybox is the perfect place to enjoy the raucous Bell Center environment as the Canadiens embark on their Stanley Cup quest.