Montreal Canadiens

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The Montréal Canadiens are a professional ice hockey team based in Montréal, Québec. The Canadiens are the oldest NHL Franchise, as one of the "Original Six" of the NHL. The Canadiens have won 24 Stanley Cups, the most of any NHL Team. The team last won the Stanley Cup in the 1992-1993 season, the last time any Canadian team has won the Stanley Cup. The Canadiens play in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference at home in the Bell Centre since 1996. Another famous home of the Canadiens (or "Habs" as they are know by their English fans) was the Montréal Forum which was opened in 1924.

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Management

The team's Front Office:[1]

Owner: Geoff Molson, since 2001.

President: Geoff Molson, since 1999.

General Manager: Pierre Gauthier, since 2003.

Head Coach: Randy Cunneyworth, since 2011.

Assistant Coaches: Randy Ladouceur Larry Carriere

Roster

Goalkeepers

Defenders

  • 17 Chris Campoli
  • 61 Raphael Diaz
  • 74 Alexi Emelin
  • 75 Hal Gill
  • 22 Tomas Kaberle
  • 47 Brendon Nash
  • 76 PK Subban
  • 68 Yannick Weber

Centers

  • 51 David Desjardins
  • 81 Lars Eller
  • 11 Scott Gomez
  • 15 Petteri Nokelainen
  • 14 Tomas Plekanec
  • 53 Ryan White

Right Wing

  • 45 Michael Blunden
  • 72 Erik Cole
  • 21 Brian Gionta
  • 46 Andrei Kostitsyn

Left Wing

  • 38 Hunter Bishop
  • 27 Rene Bourque
  • 52 Mathieu Darche
  • 32 Travis Moen
  • 67 Max Pacioretty

Season Results

2007-2008

Season W L OTL PTS FINISH GF GA HOME AWAY
Regular[2] 47 25 10 104 1st, Northeast 262 222 22-13-6 25-12-4
1st Round v. BOS 4 3 8 Won 19 15 1-2 3-1
2nd Round v. PHI 1 4 2 Lost 14 20 1-2 0-2

Leaders:[3]

Retired Numbers

List of numbers retired by the team or NHL:[4]

1 - Jacques Plante

2 - Doug Harvey

4 - Jean Beliveau

5 - Bernard Geoffrion

7 - Howie Morenz

9 - Maurice Richard

10 - Guy Lafleur

12 - Dickie Moore

12 - Yvan Cournoyer

16 - Henri Richard

18 - Serge Savard

19 - Larry Robinson

23 - Bob Gainey

29 - Ken Dryden

33 - Patrick Roy

See also

References

  1. http://canadiens.nhl.com/team/app/?service=page&page=NHLPage&id=16936
  2. http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/standings?season=2008&group=division&order=false&seasontype=2&standType=standings
  3. http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/teams/stats?team=mon&season=2008&seasonType=2&split=0&type=reg
  4. http://canadiens.nhl.com/team/app/?service=page&page=NHLPage&id=16875

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