Bell Sports Complex

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The Bell Sports Complex (French: Complexe Sportif Bell) is a multipurpose sports facility located in Brossard, Quebec, Canada.[1] Situated near Quebec Autoroute 10 and the Quartier Dix30 lifestyle center, the primary function of the Bell Sports Complex is to serve as the official practice facility of the Montreal Canadiens National Hockey League team. It opened on December 12, 2008 and features two ice hockey rinks and one indoor soccer pitch.[2]

Soccer[edit]

Date Winning Team Score Opponent Attendance
April 1, 2011 McGill University Canada 2–1 Canada Montreal Impact

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  1. ^ "Canadiens cherish 'chill' days during gruelling NHL season" Montreal Gazette. Retrieved 2016-04-05.
  2. ^ "Canadiens skate for first time at new practice facility". The Canadian Press. 2008-12-08. Retrieved 2009-03-18.

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Coordinates: 45°27′10″N 73°26′43″W / 45.452725°N 73.445191°W / 45.452725; -73.445191