7 Montreal spots to watch Game 7 between the Canadiens and Leafs tonight

May 31 2021, 10:37 am

The Montreal Canadiens have a chance to flip the script tonight and eliminate the Toronto Maple Leafs in a Game 7 that would send shockwaves through the hockey world.

The underdog Habs won Game 5 on Thursday night, forcing a Saturday night Game 6 in Montreal — the city’s first time hosting fans in the stands since March 2020.

Jesperi Kotkaniemi scored an overtime winner on Saturday evening, the best-of-seven series at three apiece in front of 2,500 Bell Centre fans.

As the series switches back to Toronto for a decisive Game 7, these Montreal spots will be offering some grub, drinks, and the Habs on TV.

Because let’s be honest, when was the last time you cheered on the Habs outside of your home?

Here are a few spots that will be hosting the game tonight. We’d recommend calling beforehand to make a reservation.

Burgundy Lion Pub

 

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Burgundy Lion’s trendy terrace, which hangs over Notre Dame, will be showing Game 7. The pub is serving on a first-come, first-served basis.

(We’d recommend getting there right after work and not moving.)

Phone: (514) 934-0888

Brasserie Des Rapides

Brasserie Des Rapides in Lasalle will be screening the game on their terrace across two different big-screen TVs with sound.

Order yourself a pizza or club sandwich from the brasserie’s extensive menu.

Phone: (514) 595-3197

McLean’s Pub

 

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McLean’s Pub in the heart of downtown will be showing Game 7 and functioning on a first-come, first-served basis.

McLean’s might be the closest thing (literally) to the Bell Centre crowd.

Phone: (514) 392-7770

Wolf & Workman

 

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Wolf & Workman has a beautiful garden patio, surrounded by exposed brick, nestled into Old Montreal. If you’re eyeing a nice pint, some good pub grub, and the Habs, it’s tough to top Wolf & Workman.

Phone: (514) 737-1787

Bishop & Bagg

 

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The authentic British pub in the Mile End, which is used to hosting football screenings, will switch gears a bit and show Game 7 on its gorgeous terrace.

The pub’s extensive gin selection might come in handy depending on either Game 7 outcome.

Phone: (514) 277-4400

Lord William Pub

 

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The vintage-chic tavern in between Little Burgundy and Griffintown will be showing the big game on their spacious terrace.

How about a lamb burger and a series win?

Phone: (514) 925-3777

Pizzédélic Monkland

Come on, pizza and the Habs? What else do you want?

Pizzédélic Monkland will play the game on their TVs inside and have the sound playing on the patio outside. Perfect for fans who want to pay attention but not all of the attention.

Phone: (514) 487-3103

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