- If you've been missing the Montreal Canadiens players since the season was suspended, we've found a solution for you.
- Some of the players will be partaking in Q&As during their time off, and you get to ask the questions.
- Read about how to get involved below!
The Montreal Canadiens have always been a source of entertainment throughout our city. Even now that the hockey season has been suspended, the Habs players have still managed to find d various ways of keeping their fans in the loop. From TikToks to going on Instagram and answering all of our questions, it's nice to be able to see their shining faces on our screens once again.
For the past few days, the Montreal Canadiens' Instagram has been announcing who will be hosting the Q&A of the next day. This lets fans prepare their questions a day in advance, then finally ask them the following day.
If you have had any burning questions to ask any of the Habs members, now might just be your chance to finally get answers.
So far, Brendan Gallagher, Dale Weise, and Nick Suzuki have all participated in the Instagram Q&A and they all did very well, if I may say so myself.
Not only does this little Q&A give us the opportunity to get to know our favourite players, but it also gives us the chance to see them doing something other than hockey. A win-win!
From hanging with their family to reading books and talking about rookie years, there are a ton of questions that have been answered on the social media page.
All you have to do to participate is send your questions in by going on their Instagram stories.
For those of you who missed the first three questionnaires, do not fear because they are all saved in highlights on the Montreal Canadiens' Instagram page.
You can go back and check each of them out for yourself, it's a great and entertaining way of killing time.
Positive thinking means getting excited for when things go back to normal and we can go back to watching the Montreal Canadiens both in the rink and on television.
Until then, we need to stay safe as a community and be grateful that we have a roof over our heads.
And, access to the internet because these Q&A's are really making me happy!
Stay safe, Montreal.
And, even though the season may have been suspended, always remember that we are the city of the Habs!
Go Habs Go!