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POLL: Who Wore It Best: #12

The number 12 has been worn by thirty one players for the Habs in over a 100 years of history, but only two make it to this list. Who wore it better?

Recalling The Rocket's Greatest Goal

Though not a coring milestone, April 8, 1952 may have been the night of Maurice Richard's greatest goal. Here's a look back on that historic night.

March 4 1956: Beliveau Hits Century Mark, Sets Goal Record

While hockey legend Jean Beliveau recuperates from a stroke, we look back at another acheivement in his brilliant career.

Feb 23, 1952: Lach Becomes All-Time NHL Scoring Leader

On this day in 1952, Canadiens center Elmer Lach emerged from the Rocket's shadow.

Thursday Night Habs Links

Barch gets one game suspension, Habs prospects win Gold at WJC

This Day in Habs History

This day in Montreal Canadiens history

Today in Habs history

Today in Montreal Canadiens history.

Retired Numbers: Dickie Moore

Moore won the Art Ross Trophy in 1958 and 1959, the second while playing with a broken wrist for half a season. Was selected to three NHL All-Star teams. Won Stanley Cup 6 times. Member of the Hall...

Habs And Leafs: A Jersey Shared - Part 3: The1960's and 1970's

Habs And Leafs: A Jersey Shared - Part 3: The1960's and 1970's

Habs and Leafs: A Jersey Shared Parts 1 to 4

Since 1927, when the Canadiens longest standing rival, the Toronto Maple Leafs, first entered the NHL, very few transactions have taken place between the two teams. Perhaps due to the fact that a...

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