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What's your Habs lucky charm?

Hockey fans are a superstitious bunch. From playoff beards to unwashed jerseys, the Habs faithful have their own lucky charms to help their team get to the next round. We collected the best of your game-day rituals.
Playoff beards, prayer candles and dress up pooches were all among the good luck rituals you told us you're preparing to help the Habs to victory in Game 7. (Matthew Wood/Twitter)

Hockey fans are a superstitious bunch. From playoff beards to unwashed jerseys, Habs fans have their own lucky charms to help their team get to the next round.

Vish Patel and his wife Asia Kapera have even trained their seven-year-old dog Halle to touch a mini Stanley Cup and a Habs centennial brick for good luck. 

Mobile users: See the video of Halle's game day ritual here. 

What to you do to help out the Habs before a big game? Tweet us @CBCMontreal with the hashtag #HabsLuckyCharm and we'll include the best responses in our story. 

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