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Could Montreal Be Next for the NLL?

MONTREAL — Pierre Filion remembers when thousands of fans watched lacrosse games in the mid-1970s at the Montreal Forum. Despite those numbers, the Montreal Québécois team was short-lived, as was the more recent Montreal Express. The National Lacrosse League returns to the Bell Centre Dec. 15 after a 10-year absence with an exhibition game featuring the Toronto Rock and Rochester Knighthawks.

“This game is the first step to the return of a pro team in Montreal,” said Filion, director of the Quebec Lacrosse Federation.

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