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This Day in Habs History: April 1

Looking back on some April Fools Day moments in Montreal Canadiens history.

1930 Stanley Cup

  The Montreal Maroons were the class of the Canadian Division, finishing first. In the American Division, Boston catapulted by the competition finishing with 77 points?30 more than the second...

Who Were These Masked Men?

In 98 years of history, the Montreal Canadiens have had 74 goaltenders play for the team since 1909. The group as a whole, tell a tale almost as storied as hockey itself.Following their names and...

Between Vezina And Hainsworth

Once Georges Vezina arrived on the scene in Montreal, he commanded the goaltending position like no one before or since. From 1910 to 1926, the Canadiens did not use another goalie while Vezina...

George Hainsworth 1927 - 1933

Hainsworth signed with the Montreal Canadiens on August 23, 1926, after Newsy Lalonde recommended him to owner Leo Dandurand. This proved to be an accurate appraisal and the newcomer became an...

Mickey Murray and Roy Worters 1929-30

Mickey Murray 1929-30Mickey Murray played just one game in the NHL with the Montreal Canadiens on February 25, 1930, replacing George Hainsworth who was out with an injury.Prior to getting his...

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...

1925-26 All That Could Stop GeorgesVezina

Changes on the Montreal hockey scene that were viewed as significant prior to the start of the 1924-25 NHL campaign, perhaps paled next what occured in the city in this season. While the NHL...

1926-27 Hainsworth Revives Canadiens

The sudden illness and passing of Georges Vezina in March of 1926 was a shock that threw the Montreal Canadiens for a loop. Despite very strong elements remaining on the team, a search was...

1927-28 Howie Morenz, Hockey's First TrueSuperstar

After one full season as a 10 team NHL, it was evident that the scope of professional hockey had never looked brighter. Business was good for the league, especially in the United States where...

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