The streets of Montreal were shaking for the Canadians yesterday, but the fan fever quickly cooled as Hobbs lost in the Stanley Cup final.
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“It’s frustrating, Cody Rogers, 26, from Saskatchewan, especially to experience playoff fever. They need to win 4 games in a row.”
5 afterE Lightning aimed, many fans began to bow their heads and leave the area around the Bell Center.
However, before the meeting, the mood was high.
“The weather is crazy. Outside the Bell Center, said Frank Balenzano, 52, leaning in the front row. The 50-year-old was in the middle of the atmosphere during a historic game with his son Sebastian (17) straight from Toronto.
A few hours before the start of the game, the Avenue des Canadians were already dressed in their uniforms reserving their places and crowded with supporters en masse near the screens. Children, Adults, Elderly: Motley Group “Go Hobbs Go! “
Confetti and some others
From CH’s first target, some fireworks exploded and confetti flew into the inflamed crowd.
“Our generation has never won a cup. It’s time, Thomas Roussell, 21 years old. Tonight is our evening. People have power!”
“The first two games meant nothing,” he said.
Between periods, biases took place Backflips, Applause and applause from the audience.
Everywhere in the city center
For the third game of the Canadian-Lightning series, Hobbs fans were finally able to enjoy the huge screens in Montreal. At the Quartier des Glass, 5,000 seats were available and hundreds of fans gathered near the fences to watch the game as the screen appeared beyond the perimeter.
“It’s a lot more controlled than crazy groups. It’s more comfortable for us to come and watch the match,” the 39-year-old Famous Proventure breathed.
Rain or shine, Olympic Park is ready to welcome 3,500 fans, in a slightly more family atmosphere. “A place where riots don’t happen is very important to us,” said Julie Gauzian, along with her spouse and her children: Edward, 5, and Laurent, 8.