Habs avoid the sweep, but post-game celebrations in Montreal lead to lead to arrests, tickets

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    The Montreal Canadiens rallied on Monday to pull out an overtime win in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals against the Tampa Bay Lightning in front of a hometown crowd at the Bell Centre.

    With a 3-2 victory the Habs staved off elimination avoiding a sweep in the best of seven series.

    Montreal police say four arrests and more than 31 tickets were handed out as celebrations unfolded in the downtown core.

    The win against the Lightning sparked a wave of jubilation outside the Bell Centre, where hundreds of fans had gathered to watch the game.

    Viewing parties at the Quartier des Spectacles and the Olympic Stadium in the city’s east end were also scenes of celebration.

    Brayden Jagger Haines joins us with the latest on a city breathing a big sigh of relief this morning as the Stanley Cup Finals head back to Florida.

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