Montreal Canadiens-Friendly Venues: Blue Moon Cafe in NYC

May 3rd, 2010 by Rocket All Habs Leave a reply »
Habs fans are everywhere.

No other NHL franchise has such committed supporters scattered around the planet. During this year's playoffs, I've heard from fans within Quebec and across Canada in places such as Coquitlam, Lethbridge, Moncton, Regina, Sault Ste. Marie, Peterborough, and many more.

Habs' fans celebrated the first round playoff victory and sent messages from the U.S., Australia, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, the U.K. and Brazil.

Discussions of a goaltender controversy and Canadiens' hiring policy take place not only in Montreal, but also in Sarasota, Florida, Allentown, Pennslyvania, and Northampton, Massachusetts.

When Habs fans want to get together to enjoy a game, there are many places in Montreal. One of our favorites is Ye Olde Orchard on de la Montagne. It's a block from the Bell Centre and has an ideal combination of hockey atmosphere, good pub food, and friendly staff.

But with so many Canadiens fans across North America, and worldwide, where do they gather to follow their favorite team?

This is the first of a series of articles that will look at Habs-friendly venues in locations around the globe. If you would ...

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