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Global News published this video item, entitled “Clock strikes midnight in Montreal: Habs defeat leads to 3 arrests, 34 tickets, and heartache” – below is their description.
The end of the Montreal Canadiens‘ unlikely playoff run late Wednesday night resulted in three arrests and 34 tickets in the downtown area, according to police.
The defeat resulted in what appeared to be a relatively calm night compared to the previous celebrations, cheers and vandalism that erupted in the city when the Habs ousted the Vegas Golden Knights in the third round in late June.
The loss is tough, but the historic and improbable series of games that led the Canadiens to the final brightened what was for many an otherwise hard year marred by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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