Pittsburgh Penguins Montreal Tickets
One team has started emerging as a force in hockey in recent seasons with some very strong performances. They will be facing the most successful team in the history of the NHL and winner of the most National Championships in the country. It is the Pittsburgh Penguins going against the Montreal Canadiens in an exciting contest. The Penguins went through some changes last season and will be looking for a fresh start this term. The Canadiens will try and do their best to deny them the perfect start to their season. So get in on the action and book your Pittsburgh Penguins tickets to catch these two famous sides collide in what should be an epic encounter.
Two of the most successful teams in the NHL will collide on the ice rink once more. It is the Pittsburgh Penguins going head to head with the Montreal Canadiens in an epic encounter. It promises to be a close and unpredictable game when these two quality sides face each other. The Penguins faced some problems at the end of last season and it will be interesting to see how they play against the ever improving Canadiens. This is going to be an exciting fixture, once that you do not want to miss. So get your Pittsburgh Penguins tickets and watch the game live at the Centre Bell.
The Penguins started off as an expansion team and have been part of the league for quite a while now. They have been moderately successful over the years, especially during the early 90s. To date they have won four conference championships, one President’s Trophy and eight division tiles. They have also been to the Stanley Cup finals four times and have won it on three occasions to date.
The Canadiens on the other hand are the most successful team in the league’s history. They are also the most successful team in all the four major sports played in North America in terms of the National Championships they have won. They are the oldest team in the NHL and have been playing for more than a hundred years.
The Penguins will be looking to get one over the Canadiens. The game has all the ingredients of being a humdinger of a clash between two of the most famous names in hockey.