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12-13-2010, 05:43 PM
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club desjardins view?

Hi! I plan on going to see a Habs game in the club desjardins, and I was wondering if someone here had pictures of the view we had from those seats? thanks!

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too poor.

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http://www.seatdata.com/images/nhl_c...00x600/327.jpg

Replace the 327 with whatever your section number is.

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Hi! I plan on going to see a Habs game in the club desjardins, and I was wondering if someone here had pictures of the view we had from those seats? thanks!
great seats...no worries...

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I personally think they're the best in the house. Lower bowl is too low to see the puck at certain points and the blues are too far away. The Club is probably at the same distance from the ice horizontally as the top of the reds but higher up so you can see more of the action along the boards.

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http://www.seatdata.com/images/nhl_c...00x600/327.jpg

Replace the 327 with whatever your section number is.
Not working for the 200s

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Not working for the 200s
Guess the site never got around to cataloging those views.

They're not much different than the 100s though. Just imagine slightly higher.

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Not working for the 200s

Well the desjardins section is limited access just like boxes, not surprising they couldn"t their their shots there.

I believe the equivalent section in 100's or 300's should give you the same position around the rink while the distance will be somewhere in between.

Anyway, you'll probably be too busy eating and getting more food at the concessions to watch the game anyway. (Desjarding being free food)

Enjoy

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If you go to seatdata.com, you can find montreal canadiens and get a really small pic, not great, but youll have an idea

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Here's a pic I took from club desjardins from last year.



Keep in mind that it always looks farther/smaller when you look at a picture. Good seats IMO, a little expensive but at least you can eat like a pig

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Very nice picture! Thanks. I can't wait to go see a game from those seats!
As for the concessions, do they include everything.. (except beer of course), like candy and popcorn and really everything?
thanks for the replies!

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My only comment is:
Keep in mind that all food is available pretty much anywhere except for the smoked meat.
That's only available at one counter, so you best take two
And yes, everything in except for alcohol.

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Very nice picture! Thanks. I can't wait to go see a game from those seats!
As for the concessions, do they include everything.. (except beer of course), like candy and popcorn and really everything?
thanks for the replies!
Yup, when I sit there I don't eat supper before the game, gotta get my money's worth.

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They are the best seats in the house, except for the fact that you 90% of the time have people beside you who got tickets from their business, and are casual or not even hockey fans. So they won't cheer that much compared to the other places.

But if I could, I'd get those tickets anyway.

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Sat there 3 times, different seat. IMO great view from wherever. If you've got seats along the first row, some of the best seats (to lean fwd against the railing on). Hope you're not on a diet...

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Best bang for buck: 1st row whites.
Best quality for buck: Desjardins
Best ever: 1st row just for the experience. I've never done it but I must once in my life and I have a friend who does this yearly. His dad is rich
Honorable mention: Last row of the reds, if you can get a good deal it's high up enough to see but low enough that the action is good.

That's my opinion on the bell center seating. Never been inside a box though. One day if I'm rich for sure I'm going to get season tickets. I also wanted to mention I've yet to have a bad seat in the bell center, worst I've ever had was last row of the blues behind the press box. Was still definitely worth going though. I always have a blast when I see the game live I just can't stand the seats cause I'm a big guy.

I'm going to the Philly game though! It's going to be the best seats I've probably ever had. (I'm not paying lol)

I think it's 4th row of the reds right next to where the players come out onto the ice. I could be wrong going based off of memory as I don't have the tickets, dad told me about them a while back and was only told recently that I'd be going. (Some people couldn't make it)

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Best seats in terms if view but it term of value (view/$$) the whites are.

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