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An emblematic icon of the Montreal Canadiens, Maurice Richard’s influence and [...]
A pivotal figure with the Trail Smoke Eaters World Championship squad a year [...]
Goaltender Paul Bibeault appeared in 143 of his 214 regular season games while [...]
With Toe Blake leading the way, “The Punch Line” made sports history as the [...]
Team captain for eight seasons, Émile Bouchard dished out solid hits and made [...]
When Dick Irvin took over the reins of the Canadiens in 1940-41, he felt that [...]
Bill Durnan could play with his stick in either hand, often making the change [...]
The 1943 trade between Toronto and Montreal that saw Ted Kennedy go to the [...]
The letter from Canadiens GM Cecil Hart delivered to the Fillion household in [...]
Combining physicality with finesse, Glen Harmon won two Stanley Cups while [...]
Wilbert “Dutch” Hiller played in his native Kitchener, Northern Ontario and [...]
One-third of the famous “Punch Line”, Elmer Lach, an exceptional playmaker, [...]
A well-travelled player before breaking into the NHL in 1941-42, Leo Lamoureaux [...]
Hailing from Fort William, Ontario, center and right-wiger Murdo Mackay played [...]
Signed as a free agent by Montreal, October 24, 1945. Returned to Montreal by [...]
Formerly a defensive centerman, Ken Mosdell brilliantly replaced Elmer Lach on [...]
A masterful playmaker with exceptional finish, Buddy O’Connor averaged almost [...]
Claimed by Montreal from Buffalo (AHL) in Inter-League Draft, June 14, 1945.
Traded to Pittsburgh (AHL) by Montreal for cash, November 24, 1944.
Defenseman Ken Reardon was a rugged enforcer, feared throughout the NHL.