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Top 25 Under 25: #20 Blake Geoffrion

Blake Geoffrion is the NHL's first 4th generation player on a single team. Can he live up to his family's history?

Habs Trade Deadline Begins: Gill Traded to Nashville

The Montreal Canadiens have traded defenseman and assistant captain Hal Gill to the Nashville Predators, with a conditional 5th round pick (2013) for a 2nd round pick (2012), and forwards Blake...

This Day in Habs History for Oct 29

October 29 was a milestone day for several Montreal Canadiens legends.

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This day in Montreal Canadiens history

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Retired Numbers: Bernie Geoffrion

Bernie Geoffrion won the Calder Trophy (1952), the Art Ross (1955, 1961), the Hart Memorial (1961). Nicknamed "Boom Boom" after helping popularize the slap shot. Son in law of Habs great, Howie...

The 1959 Cup: Habs set record with 4th straight Cup

Breaking the previous record of three consecutive Stanley Cup wins, the Montreal Canadiens won their fourth Cup with a four to one series win over the Toronto Maple Leafs. Toronto, undefeated in...

Hall vs. Plante: The greatest goaltending battle, 50 years later

Fifty years ago today, the Montreal Canadiens and Chicago Blackhawks played in what has been described by Red Fisher as one the greatest game he ever witnessed.

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