Well, it sure seems the Montreal Canadiens are causing quite a stir with their proposed condominium complex.
Why you ask?
Because the new building is slated to be built at the current location of Centennial Plaza.
You know, that place where fans were asked to pay hundreds of dollars to contribute bricks.
That place meant to honor the greats of the franchise, featuring prominent statues of Howie Morenz, Jean Beliveau, Guy Lafleur and Maurice Richard.
Instead, all of this will be replaced with a condo. The plaza itself is to be moved to a still unknown location.
I can't imagine why anyone would be mad about that.
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