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Signed as a free agent by Montreal, January 23, 1919.
Claimed by Montreal from Mtl. Wanderers in Dispersal Draft, January 4, 1918.
A native of Papineau, QC, Louis Berlinquette played his first four games in a [...]
One of four hockey-playing brothers who made it to the NHL in the league’s [...]
Born in Lachute, Quebec, David Campbell signed a contract with the Canadiens on [...]
Unlike brother Spraque, who enjoyed adding fuel to the fire, Odie Cleghorn [...]
Notoriously impulsive, Sprague Cleghorn was despised by opponents but truly [...]
A 5-foot-11, 200-pounder from Penetanguishene, ON, Albert “Bert” Corbeau [...]
Roger Cormier was born in Montreal, Quebec on Mar. 23, 1905, and was signed by [...]
The mere presence of Billy Coutu deterred opponents from taking liberties with [...]
Originally from Crystal, North Dakota, defenseman Fern Headley made his NHL [...]
William Holmes signed a contract with the Canadiens on Dec. 25, 1925. He made [...]
Sporting his trademark peaked cap, Aurèle Joliat terrorized opposing defenders [...]
Right-winger and Ottawa, Ontario native René Joliat signed with the Montreal [...]
Born in Newton, MA, to French-Canadian parents, young Alphonse Albert Lacroix [...]
Ottawa, Ontario native and right-winger Roland Lafleur signed with the Montreal [...]
A member of the first-ever Canadiens’ squad, Newsy Lalonde was the team’s [...]
Tough and strong despite his 5-foot-8 frame, forward Wildor Larochelle appeared [...]
When 23-year-old Albert Leduc took his first strides on Forum ice, he did so [...]
Pit Lépine was an important part of the Canadiens’ two Cup triumphs in the 1920s.