Behind Enemy Lines: Habs Fans in Toronto

January 2nd, 2010 by Rocket All Habs Leave a reply »

During their two stops in Florida, the Canadiens were treated to a home game-like environment as snowbirds filled the Bank Atlantic Center and the St. Pete Times Forum.

On Monday night, Canadiens' fans were out in force in Ottawa. Strains of "O-le, O-le" could be heard throughout Scotiabank Place. The chant of "Go Habs Go" filled the Air Canada Center last Saturday when the Canadiens visited Toronto. Quite simply, Habs fans are everywhere.

Recently, on these pages and others, there has been much discussion about supporters of the Montreal Canadiens.

When baseball fan John, from pickmyNHLteam decided that he wanted to follow the NHL, we gave him an idea of what it means to be a Habs' fan with the article "Nous Sommes Canadiens/We Are Canadiens."

Wearing bleu, blanc et rouge, Canadiens' fans support their team when they arrive for games in every arena in the NHL.

Sometimes, when more Habs' supporters turn up for a road game than fans cheering the home team, it can bring out a jealous side like one Islanders blogger. While they may complain and criticize, one wonders if it's simply out of envy.

In my opinion, Canadi ...

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