This Day in Habs History: April 1

1930: George Hainsworth records his third shutout of the playoffs, as the Canadiens won Game One of the Stanley Cup Final 3-0 over the Boston Bruins.

1947: Billy Reay scores four goals against the Bruins, as the Canadiens won Game Four of the Stanley Cup Semi-Final 5-1.

1958: Maurice Richard records his final playoff hat trick, as the Canadiens defeated the Detroit Red Wings in Game Four 4-3 to sweep their semi-final series. It was the seventh career playoff hatty for The Rocket.

1989: Patrick Roy goes undefeated at home, picking up a 2-2 tie against the Philadelphia Flyers. Roy was 25-0-4 at the Montreal Forum during the regular season.

Born on this day: Hall of Fame defenseman Ken Reardon (1921)

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