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With Toe Blake leading the way, “The Punch Line” made sports history as the [...]
Traded to Montreal by Ottawa with Harold Starr for Marty Burke and future [...]
Rights traded to Montreal by Mtl. Maroons for Gerry Carson, October 7, 1936.
Defenseman Walter Buswell was as steady and reliable as they come, missing just [...]
Gerald Carson, nicknamed “Stub”, was the youngest of three hockey playing [...]
A right-winger originally from Bradford, Ontario, Norman Collings joined the [...]
Originally from Knowlton, Quebec, center Nelson Crutchfield was traded to the [...]
In an era when the Canadiens struggled for on-ice success, Wilf Cude proved to [...]
Signed as a free agent by Montreal, October 22, 1935.
Standing 5-foot-7 and tipping the scales at 160 pounds, Polly Drouin was far [...]
Smart, fast and unpredictable, Johnny Gagnon didn’t earn the nickname [...]
Traded to Montreal by Chicago with Roger Jenkins and Lionel Conacher for Howie [...]
A native of Trois-Rivières, QC, Cliff “Red” Goupille wore a Canadiens [...]
George Hainsworth recorded 22 shutouts in 1928-29, in one of the greatest [...]
Traded to Montreal by Boston for Jack Riley, September 30, 1935.
Sporting his trademark peaked cap, Aurèle Joliat terrorized opposing defenders [...]
Hailing from Sussex, New Brunswick, Joseph Lamb was traded to the Canadiens by [...]
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.