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20,000 fans to watch Penguins-Canadiens Game 7 on the Bell Centre HD giant screens

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20,000 fans to watch Penguins-Canadiens Game 7 on the Bell Centre HD giant screens
20,000 Montreal Canadiens fans to watch Game 7 on the Bell Centre HD giant screens.
Hockey fever rose another notch Tuesday when Canadiens fans showed their enthusiasm and support for their team by purchasing all available tickets to watch the 7th and decisive game of the Montreal Canadiens - Pittsburgh Penguins series on the Bell Centre's giant HD screens.

Over 20,000 tickets quickly vanished as the lucky ticket holders anxiously await all the excitement of this event which is arguably the most important moment in the history if team since its Stanley Cup championship in 1993. Clearly more than ever before, we are Canadiens.

The Montreal Canadiens and evenko jointly announced that all profits from the event will benefit the Montreal Canadiens Children's Foundation.

Upon purchasing their tickets, fans were reminded to wear red clothing as they come to the Bell Centre to cheer on their team to victory.
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