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Signed as a free agent by Montreal, February 8, 1985.
For more than a decade, no NHLer has even come close toshutting down the [...]
Traded to Pittsburgh by Montreal for Ron Flockhart, November 9, 1984.
Considered one of the best American players in NHL history, defenseman Chris [...]
Traded to Montreal by Winnipeg for Perry Turnbull, June 13, 1984.
Traded to Montreal by Pittsburgh for John Chabot, November 9, 1984.
Deemed by many as the league’s best defensive forward, Bob Gainey was named [...]
A pillar on the Canadiens’ blue line, Rick Green spent seven seasons in [...]
Mark Hunter, brother of Dale and Dave, kept the family reputation alive, [...]
A truly offensive defenseman, Tom Kurvers adapted quickly to life in the NHL, [...]
Nicknamed “The Blond Demon”, Guy Lafleur’s incredible rushes and lethal [...]
A clutch player, right-winger Claude Lemieux is one of five players in league [...]
A leader both on the ice and in the locker room, defenseman Craig Ludwig was a [...]
Despite spending his career in the shadows of his teammtes, Mike McPhee scored [...]
Despite being plagued by injuries that would eventually lead to his retirement, [...]
Nicknamed “The Little Viking”, Mats Naslund is the most recent player to [...]
Rights traded to St. Louis by Montreal for cash, October 7, 1985.
Originally from Port Alberni, B.C., center John Newberry was the Canadiens’ [...]
One of the greatest fighters of the 1980s, Chris Nilan has the honor of being [...]