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VOTE: Who Wore It Best: #75

The number 75 has been worn by four players for the Habs in over a 100 years of history, but only two qualify. Who wore it better?

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?

"In regards to my ankle it sure got a bad break it is cracked three places around the ankle. The...

"In regards to my ankle it sure got a bad break it is cracked three places around the ankle. The main bone is broken above the ankle and the small bone is broken in the side of the leg. It looks like curtains for me as far as hockey is concerned. I look back and say that I was fortunate at that. It’s a wonder I never broke my neck. Thank God I have that at least." -Howie Morenz

A rare letter from Habs legend Howie Morenz, just shortly before his death, is now on the block through Classic Auctions. The letter comes from the estate of Morenz's former teammate Mary Burke. The letter is one of hundreds of items up for bid, and we'll feature some of these over the coming days. Another unique Morenz item is his 1923-24 rookie card graded a 6 by PSA. There is no other higher graded rookie card of the Stratford Streak.

The Canadiens 75th Anniversary Documentary

Looking back at the Canadiens 75th anniversary

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Game Thread: Backstrom Back as Caps Host Habs

The Washington Capitals get their Number One center back, as they host the Montreal Canadiens in a crucial playoff push.

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 Nov 2

The Habs returned to the "new' Forum in 1968.

Update on Price autograph signing and other Habs memorabilia news

Lots of past and present Montreal Canadiens autograph appearances already planned as the 2011-12 NHL season approaches.

Retired Numbers: Howie Morenz

Hockey's first superstar. Won the Hart Trophy three times (1928, 1931, and 1932), was the scoring leader twice (1928 & 1931) and was elected to three NHL All-Star teams. Morenz died following an...

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...

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