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Habs Fans Went Wild In Downtown Montreal After Monday Night's Victory (VIDEOS)

Some pretended orange cones were the Stanley Cup and some decided to shake a police car.
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Montreal Canadiens fans have been having a field day with the team's winning streak lately. On Monday night, the Habs beat the Winnipeg Jets 3 - 2 in overtime.

And like after most Habs' wins lately, Montreal locals took to the streets afterwards to celebrate in a far-from-calm manner.

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MTL Blog reporter Alex Melki took live footage in front of the Bell Centre after the game and it's safe to say the crowds were rather chaotic. One group of people even decided to shake a Montreal police car, looking like they were almost trying to flip it over.

Meanwhile, others got on people's shoulders in the crowds and held up Montreal's infamous orange cones as if they were the Stanley Cup.

Multiple fireworks were also lit. I can only imagine what the city is going to look like if the Habs take home the Cup this year...

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