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Traded to Montreal by St. Louis for Chuck Lefley, November 28, 1974.
Though he played a robust game, Pierre Bouchard rarely dropped the gloves; his [...]
Traded to Los Angeles by Montreal for Los Angeles' 2nd round choice (Claude [...]
Blessed with exceptional speed and a lethal wrist shot, Yvan Cournoyer was one [...]
No one can forget Ken Dryden’s legendary pose, with his chin resting on his [...]
Deemed by many as the league’s best defensive forward, Bob Gainey was named [...]
Hailing from St. Catherines, Ontario, right-winger, Glenn Goldup was the [...]
From 1975 to 1987, Doug Jarvis suited up for 964 consecutive games, setting a [...]
Nicknamed “The Blond Demon”, Guy Lafleur’s incredible rushes and lethal [...]
Famous for his goal against the Bruins in 1979, Yvon Lambert played a key [...]
One of the best offensive blueliners in team history, Guy Lapointe holds the [...]
Michel Larocque was a top-flight back-up goaltender in the 1970s.
Forward Claude Larose, whose long sideburns made him easy to spot on the ice, [...]
Traded to St. Louis by Montreal for Don Awrey, November 28, 1974.
Equally successful with the puck as he was without it, Jacques Lemaire, with [...]
Peter Mahovlich is one of four players in Canadiens history to have recorded [...]
With 11 Stanley Cup rings to his credit, Henri Richard has won more [...]
One of the game’s most notorious pests throughout the 1970s, center Doug [...]
Always a reliable stay-at-home defenseman, Jimmy Roberts suited up for over 600 [...]