Hockey fever: Where to watch a Habs game in Montreal

If you’re like most Montrealers, you bleed le bleu, blanc, rouge. If you can’t go to the Bell Centre to watch the Habs game, there are plenty of alternatives where the fans are lively and the beer is flowing. Here are our top picks for places to watch Habs games.

Bar Chez Serge

4281 boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2W 1Z4

If you’re looking for a rowdy crowd, you’re sure to find it at Chez Serge in the Mile End. They have many large plasma screen TVs, lots of Molson Ex, and a mechanical bull that people take pretty seriously. Chez Serge is a guaranteed good time, even if the Habs lose.

Station Des Sports

2051, rue Sainte-Catherine O, Montréal, QC H3H 1M6

Station des Sports, or Sports Station, is packed with TV screens, so you’re guaranteed a good view no matter where you’re sitting. They offer a good selection of beer and you can even get table taps at some tables. Sit back, relax and enjoy the game with a beer, a burger and a good group of friends.

La Cage

1212 avenue des Canadiens de Montréal Le Centre Bell, Montréal, QC H3B 2S2

If you’re not going to make it to the game, the next best thing is to watch it right next door, right? La Cage aux Sports, the popular Quebec sports bar chain, has a location smack in the centre of the action on l'Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal. Beer, wings, hockey games – it’s a recipe for success.

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