The Montreal Canadians will be able to play their home games at the Bell Center this winter.
Both the club and the Quebec Department of Public Health confirmed the information Tap, Monday morning.
“The relevant five provinces and the Public Health Agency of Canada have made recommendations to the NHL teams to resume their operations and conduct for the 2021 season. We have agreed to their revised protocol. And a spokesman for the Ministry of Social Services in Quebec.
The Canadian will begin its road season on January 13 in Toronto. The first home game against the Calgary Flames is scheduled for January 28.
Meetings in Montreal are first held behind closed doors without spectators. In an interview at Tap, This fall, the Canadians’ president and owner, Geoff Molson, hinted at his desire to be able to keep 4,000 spectators per game later this spring. Currently, major meetings in the Red Zone are prohibited.