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Hailing from St. Jean, Quebec, left-winger Arthur Alexandre enjoyed two stints [...]
Traded to Montreal by Ottawa with Harold Starr for Marty Burke and future [...]
Loaned to Pittsburgh by Montreal for remainder of 1927-28 season for the loan [...]
Gerald Carson, nicknamed “Stub”, was the youngest of three hockey playing [...]
Smart, fast and unpredictable, Johnny Gagnon didn’t earn the nickname [...]
Signed as a free agent by Montreal, October 7, 1927.
Traded to Montreal by San Francisco (Cal-Pro) for $5,000, February 13, 1930.
Hailing from Ottawa, Ontario, right-winger Léonard Grosvenor signed a contract [...]
George Hainsworth recorded 22 shutouts in 1928-29, in one of the greatest [...]
Traded to Montreal by Detroit for cash, December 12, 1926.
Sporting his trademark peaked cap, Aurèle Joliat terrorized opposing defenders [...]
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.
Equally able to play on the back end or up front, Georges Mantha joined brother [...]
The seventh captain in team history, Sylvio Mantha and his physical game were [...]
Walter McCartney came to the Canadiens on loan from the CanAm Hockey League’s [...]
Defensive specialist Armand Mondou spent 12 years with the Canadiens and while [...]
Drawing crowds and dazzling fans across the NHL, Howie Morenz was the first [...]
Originally from Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, center Léo Murray came to the [...]