October 28, 2021

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Stanley Cup Final | Quartier des spectacles and broadcast at the Olympic Park

Stanley Cup Final |  Quartier des spectacles and broadcast at the Olympic Park

Hubs fans can meet at Quartier Des Glass and Olympic Park on Friday to watch the airing of the third game between the Montreal Canadians and the Tampa Bay Lightning.




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“It’s official! CH fans are so happy to announce that they can meet tomorrow [Quartier des spectacles] To cheer our team on for the finals. Many thanks to all the partners who made this free view possible, ”Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante said on Twitter on Thursday morning.

To participate, supporters must obtain a ticket Online ticket office of Montreal Canadians. Tickets are available 24 hours before the start of each match.

The city said in a press release Thursday that it would have to wait until Public Health agreed to increase the number of people attending the public event to 5,000.

Joined the Olympic Park movement

Olympic Park invites Montrealians to attend the live broadcast of the final matches of the final, which will take place at the Esplanade of the Olympic Park.

“This is a great opportunity to bring our Canadians together at the Olympic Park! Esplanade has the potential to be an extraordinary event and we are delighted to be using it for this unified event,” said Alain LaRochel, Vice President of Operations and Commercial Development at Olympic Park.

Must have fans interested in attending Reserve their seats from 17 Thursday h. A total of 3,500 people are expected to attend the event.

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“Exceptionally, the vaccination center [du Stade Olympique] The Stanley Cup final will be open until 8:30 pm on Fridays and Sundays, ”said Olympic Park spokesman Cedric Essimini. Desiring fans can go downstairs to receive their vaccines without an appointment.

According to the public health directives in force, people who do not live at the same address must keep a distance of 1.5 meters between them.

During the first two matches of the final, there was no organized public broadcast.

The day after the Canadians qualified for the Stanley Cup final on June 25, Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante said the games should be able to be broadcast outside.

On Sunday evening, Meyers suggested working on solutions that would allow supporters to be seen in public while “respecting security rules” on Twitter.

“We are still waiting for the green light from Public Health, because the excitement for the final, and the first cup in 28 years, will certainly lead to bigger meetings, even though it has passed in the green zone, the authorities still do not allow it,” she wrote.

Since the last games, fans have gathered in front of the windows of the La Cage Sports Browsery, despite the limited view of the big screen inside.

Bell center capacity

The Canadian’s request to increase the total capacity of the Bell Center from 3,500 to 10,500 was rejected. The news was confirmed by the Ministry of Health and Social Services (MSSS) on Thursday morning.

“Following an analysis by Public Health, the MSSS announced that the Bell Center would not be given special authority to accommodate more people at the next Canadian Games.

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The decision was made by public health on Thursday because the two-dose vaccine population in Quebec was low, so the situation was “fragile”, the National Director of Health, D.r Horacio Arruda in an interview with LCN.

“The solution for more freedom and to participate in more internal activities goes through two doses for the entire population,” he says. According to him, only people who have been vaccinated with two doses can attend matches because the conditions of the vaccine passport are not “yet”.

Currently, performance halls, amphitheaters and indoor stadiums are set aside in front of 3,500 spectators to showcase museums and sporting events. However, they must respect a maximum of 250 departments and a number of conditions such as independent entrances and exits and sanitation facilities.

With the Canadian Press