In no particular order, here are the Habs' top events of the year:
Nikita Scherbak dance moves
Starting on a musical note, Nikita Scherbak and Noah Juulsen teamed up to make us all feel old. Scherbak also revealed his delightfully terrible dance moves. Hello Brendan Gallagher and Alex Galchenyuk 2.0. (The dance moves start at 6:20 and only get better from there on out.)
"Let it Go"
Continuing in the musical trend, the Montreal Canadiens' first (and pray God only) single. Don't quit your day jobs, boys.
Is that you, Mr. Cherry?
The bit would have been even more spectacular if Strombo had been able to pull off Ron MacLean's composure.
Speaking of artists, Carey Price and Alex Galchenyuk tested both their memories and their drawing skills. Galchenyuk got very creative at about the 2:00 mark.
Sticking with it
This may have been the highlight of Alexander Semin's short career with the Habs.
Let's face it, it's a very good thing P.K. Subban and Brendan Gallagher aren't parents.
Check out more of the duels between Canadiens players in 2015, including Lars Eller and Greg Pateryn taking on furniture building and skate juggling, and Nathan Beaulieu's poetry-writing abilities, at Canadiens.com.
The ultimate Buddy Cop duo
Our intrepid editor is right. Andrei Markov and P.K. Subban need their own buddy cop film.
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Here's to a laughter-filled 2016.