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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.
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 [...]
Traded to Winnipeg by Montreal with the rights to Jan Ingman for Brian Hayward, [...]