What's the best part about the NHL season? Habs winning over the Leafs! We know you’re looking for a cheap beer, a poutine, and a good atmosphere to cheer on the Habs as they beat the eternal chokers from Toronto. We’re here to hook you up.

McLean's Pub

Where: 1210 Peel St.

Why: If you’re going to watch the game with a big group, look no further than McLean’s Pub. Whenever there’s a Habs game, locals flock to McLean’s for the poutine and beer towers. That’s right, a tower of beer. Don’t miss out!

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Next Door Pub

Where: 5175 Sherbrooke West

Why: This place is a Montreal gem, everybody will end up knowing your name if you go often enough not to mention it is the right side for a really stacked ambinace, they also have a super fun lil terrasse out front. We say try this one out sooner than later.

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Station des Sports

Where: 2051 Sainte- Catherine St W

Why: What’s a hockey game without pints and burgers? Don't stress, at Station des Sports you’re not trying to break the bank. We get it, don’t worry. At Station des Sports the Giant Cheeseburger with Bacon Platter will only cost you $8.95, and a pitcher of beer is $12. That’s a sick deal. Since it’s located at both ends of rue St. Catherine, you can catch the game no matter which side of the city you’re at.

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Champs

Where: 2956 St Laurent Boulevard 

Why: Champs is one of the best places to watch a Habs game. With tons of memorabilia on the walls, more TVs than you can keep your eyes on over two floors, and great deals on pint + food combos, Champs has a great atmosphere to watch P.K. Subban crush Leafs’ players on the boards and snipe from the blue line.

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La Cage aux Sports

Where: 1437 René-Lévesque Boulevard West

Why: Locals love this sports bar in the Old Port. If you’re looking for good wings, La Cage aux Sports has you got you covered. Even better, they’re ½ price Monday-Thursday starting at 4 pm. Perfect for the tonight’s game at 7:00

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Ye Olde Orchard Pub & Grill

Where: 5563 Monkland Avenue 

Why: Sometimes you want a more intimate feel and actually concentrate on the game without a bunch of drunken idiots yelling at the screen. Ye Olde is a bit smaller than the other places on this list, but with good beer and good pub food, this is where you wanna go for a smaller bar.

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Cock N' Bull

Where: 1944 rue Ste-Catherine Ouest, Montreal, Quebec H3H 1M4

Why: It's a great spot all in all and it is there for you if Sports Station is too packed as well. 4L pitchers and a shit ton of screens. Cannot go wrong.

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Nacho Libre

Where: 913 Beaubien Est

Why: This places rocks, the staff and ambiance is amazing! They also have big deals for the big game: 4 bottles of Grolsch for 20$ and a free t-shirt esta noche! You can also play Blades of Steel on the vintage nintendo while you pre-drank.

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Chez Serge

Where: 5301 Boulevard Saint-Laurent

Why: How amazing would it be to ride that mechanical bull each time the Habs score!? Take that excitement to another level. All them amazing drinks too!

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Where are you watching the game tonight? Did we miss your favorite sports bar? Let us know in the comments below.

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