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Big changes ahead at the Bell Centre for the Montreal Canadiens

Published May 8, 2024 at 10:45

Geoff Molson has already announced upcoming changes at the Bell Centre, including a new "parterre" section. It's a promising experience, but there's more.

We've just learned that the scoreboard, which is already very impressive, will be changed. In fact, the work has already begun.

"For all those who love and follow the Habs... it's the end of an era and the beginning of another at the Bell Centre. A nice surprise in September." - Jean-Pierre Quesnel

While the scoreboard was already highly appreciated, the organization is thinking big and has decided not to take their fans for granted. They weren't obligated to change it, but they want the best for their audience.

"The main screen will be larger and more efficient, offering a more 'WOW' customer experience." - Quesnel

So, starting in September, the experience will be new and enjoyable for fans at the Bell Centre!

A breath of fresh air

The organization is in full rebuilding mode, and many young players will make their debut once again in 2024-25. The new additions at the Bell Centre go hand in hand with this breath of fresh air.

Players like Lane Hutson and Logan Mailloux are expected to make their entrance, not to mention the 5th overall pick in the upcoming draft, who could be a pleasant surprise.

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