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Announced his retirement on September 24 2009 after 18 years in the NHL. [...]
For more than a decade, no NHLer has even come close toshutting down the [...]
Andrew Cassels is one of a select few players who scored on their first NHL shot.
Originally from Hébertville-Station, Quebec, Frédéric Chabot was the New [...]
Traded to New Jersey by Montreal with Stephane Richer for Kirk Muller and [...]
An energetic and hard-hitting power forward, Shayne Corson’s bone-rattling [...]
Traded to Montreal by Washington for Marc Deschamps, June 22, 1990.
Traded to Montreal by Toronto for John Kordic and Montreal's 6th round choice [...]
Traded to Montreal by Philadelphia for Scott Sandelin, November 7, 1988.
Traded to Philadelphia by Montreal with Gilbert Dionne and John LeClair for [...]
Gerald Diduck was the New York Islanders’ first-round pick and the 16th [...]
Traded to Philadelphia by Montreal with Eric Desjardins and John LeClair for [...]
Traded to Tampa Bay by Montreal to complete transaction that sent Rob Ramage to [...]
Traded to Montreal by St. Louis for St. Louis' 3rd round choice (previously [...]
Originally from Longueuil, Quebec, Luc Gauthier signed with the Canadiens as a [...]
In his rookie season with Montreal in 1988-89, Brent Gilchrist helped the Habs [...]
Originally from Duluth, Minnesota, defenseman Sean Hill, was the Canadiens’ [...]
Patrick Lebeau is the younger brother of Stephan Lebeau who played for the [...]
After a stellar junior career, Stéphan Lebeau reached the 15-goal mark in each [...]
One of the top power forwards of the 1990s, John LeClair was a key factor in [...]