Brian Savage wore #49 during his time with the Montreal Canadiens from 1993-2001.
During the Canadiens' five straight Stanley Cups, Jaques Plante's name was only spelled right once so four times. (All the other times the Canadiens won the Stanley Cup with him his name was spelled correctly).
The last Canadian team to win the Stanley Cup was the Montreal Canadians, during the 1992,93 season.
The Calgary Flames have won the Stanley Cup once, in 1989 versus the Montreal Canadiens.They Calgary Flames finished top in the league during the regular season. The Flames beat the Canucks in the first round, then proceeded to sweep the Los Angeles Kings in the second round. In the third round they overcame Chicago Blackhawks in 5 games to make it to the final and fourth round. The Calgary Flames defeated the Montreal Canadiens in a best of 7 series by winning 4 of 6 games. Terry Crisp was coach.
55. Most of them were during the early Challenge Cup years, when the Cup was to be awarded to "the best amateur hockey team in Canada", as Lord Stanley originally intended. The last two Canadian teams to play for the Cup were the Calgary Flames and Montreal Canadiens in 1989. Calgary won in 6 games.
Nov. 26, 1917: The NHL was founded. Teams included the Montreal Canadiens, Montreal Wanderers, Ottawa Senators, Toronto Arenas, and Quebec Bulldogs. Quebec (pictured) did not play during the 1917-18 season.
That would be the Vezina Trophy
Rick Chartraw won 4 Stanley Cups with the Montreal Canadiens in 76, 77, 78 and 79 and though not on the Cup, has a ring from playing with the Edmonton Oilers in 1984 season and playoffs. Also the first American born player ever taken in the first round of the NHL draft in 1974 (Montreal) Dave Langevin has 4 Stanley Cups as a member of the New York Islanders during their dynasty. He was born in Saint Paul, MN. i'm not 100% sure but i know chris chelios has 3 rings and also joey mullen has 3 rings....... but i do not know the true answer
Roy retired three years ago. During his carer he played for Montreal Canadiens and Colorado Avalanche. Currently he coaches the Quebec City Remparts of the QMJHL. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in November.
During this period, the NHL had six teams, Boston Bruins, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, New York Rangers, Montreal Canadiens, and Toronto Maple Leafs.
Definitly Montreal Tabarnak!
Erik Cole (35), David Desharnais (16), and Max Pacioretty (33) scored about 40% of the 212 goals Montreal recorded during the season.
Yes, it is actually a relatively common occurrence. I believe Ryan O´Byrne of the Montreal Canadiens on November 24, 2008 vs. the NY Islanders is the most recent.
Expo '67 Mont Royal Park Smoked meat The 1976 Olympics Old Montréal The Métro Jazz clubs Chinese food Battle sites during the wars between France and England Sailing festivals Theatre just for starters... There are many different things that the Montreal canadiens are known for, but the number one thing that comes to mind is the nuumber of Stanley cups they won. they have won 24 Stanley cups almost dubbling the second place Toronto maple leafs with 13.
The Montreal Canadiens with 24 (23 during the NHL era, and 1 win predates the NHL) are the winningest team in the NHL. The second most have been won by the Toronto Maple Leafs with 13, although they have not won since 1967.....
Pat Burns won the Jack Adams Award as the NHL's coach of the year in the 1992-93 season. That honor was the second for Burns - he won his first Jack Adams as the coach of the Montreal Canadiens during the 1988-89 season.
The Stanley Cup was first awarded to the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association on behalf of the affiliated Montreal Hockey Club, the champions of the Amateur Hockey Association of Canada (AHAC) in 1893, since they "defeated all comers during the late season, including the champions of the Ontario Association" (Ottawa).Diamond, Dan, ed. (1992). The Official National Hockey League Stanley Cup Centennial Book. Firefly Books. ISBN 1-895565-15-4.
Alexei (Alex) Kovalev (Montreal Canadiens,) currently holds the longest NHL shift, at over 8 minutes in length. He was given this shift not as a reward, but for punishment for taking too long of shifts during the game. Kovalev netted a goal towards the end of this shift.
During the 2008-2009 season the song was "Generation" by Simple Plan, In 2009 it was changed back to Vertigo by U2. They no longer use the goal song. and yes it has been made only for that OTHER ANSWERS ARE WRONG It is called the Montreal Canadiens Goal Song by L'Oreille (www.loreille.com has the song in flash) now they use Vertigo by U2 ... I miss the old song OLA i think i spelled it right originally it was Montreal Canadiens Goal Song by L'Oreille, then it was changed to Vertigo, but then it was changed to Generation for the centennial season, and then it was once again changed to vertigo
The Boston Bruins, New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks, Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs, and the Detroit Red Wings. I'm not sure that these six were the "original" NHL teams. During the 1920's and 30's, the Ottawa Senators and the Montreal Maroons were a part of the league that had more than six franchises. Surreyfan
Claude Mouton was the PA at Parc Jarry from 1969-1973. He was also the PA for the Montreal Canadiens. Mouton was the gentleman that would announce "le receveur, the catcher, John BOCCCCCCCCCCABELLLLLLLLLLLAAAA!" whenever John Boccabella came to bat.