A respectable amount of blue and white could be spotted in sections of the Bell Centre last night as the Maples Leafs and the Canadiens faced off for Game 6.
Quebec's COVID-19 restrictions were loosened just enough to allow fans to be at a game for the first time in over a year.
Of course, the wholesome moment didn't stop the decades-old rivalry between the teams.
These two Leafs fans got their tickets after Game 5, cost them just under $5K for the pair, at centre ice. They got… https://t.co/zJHfgTbxTm— David Pagnotta (@David Pagnotta) 1622326648.0
Behind enemy lines, multiple Maple Leafs fans could be seen in the stands.
Made it in 1 piece! Let's win and get outta here in 1 piece lol #LeafsForever #habs https://t.co/NMB293lHNK— Mr. Vieira 🇨🇦 🇵🇹 (@Mr. Vieira 🇨🇦 🇵🇹) 1622331029.0
While the Leafs lost to the the Habs 3-2, it doesn't mean that things are over just yet.
Up & over 🚨 #LeafsForever https://t.co/ptr9ggQ35o— Toronto Maple Leafs (@Toronto Maple Leafs) 1622340055.0
Currently, the teams are tied 3-3 in the series as they head into game 7.
Game 7 will take place on Monday at 7:00 p.m. at Scotiabank Arena.
Quel plaisir de voir ça. What a sight. 🤩 #GoHabsGo https://t.co/XXBYg6wsak— Canadiens Montréal (@Canadiens Montréal) 1622330237.0