Montreal Canadiens

Welcome to the Montreal Canadiens stats page. The Montreal Canadiens are the most storied hockey team in the NHL and perhaps in all of hockey.  The stats pages on are meant to list what we as hockey fans associate with each particular team. Our stats pages will include our version of the all-time Montreal Canadiens team as well as obscure stats about the team. Notes stats are as of the start of the 2011-12 season (unless otherwise indicated).

Did You Know?  During the 1976-77 season the Canadiens supported a 60-8-12 record for a .825% winning percentage?  The Canadiens took a possible 72 points out of a possible 80 on home ice at the Montreal Forum.  The following season Les Habitants had a 28-game unbeaten streak going 23-0-5.  The Canadiens won the Stanley Cup in both seasons.

Montreal Canadiens StatisticsMontreal Canadiens Statistics

Debut Season: 1909-1910
# of Stanley Cups: 24 (Most Recent 1993)
Longest Playoff Streak: 24 years (1971-1994)
Most Wins in a Season: 60 – 1976-1977
# of captains in team history: 25
# of coaches in team history: 26
Most Coaching Wins: Toe Blake 500
Most Goals in a Season: 387 – 1976-77
Most Points All Time: Guy Lafleur 1,246
Toughest Montreal Canadiens player of all-time (penalty minutes): Chris Nilan
# of retired jerseys: 15
Most Games Played: Henri Richard 1,256
Most Goalie Wins: Jacques Plante – 314
Most Popular Player of All-Time: Maurice “The Rocket” Richard

Montreal Canadiens Records

Montreal Canadiens All-Time Team

Coach: Toe Blake

Goalie: Jacques Plante

Defenseman: Doug Harvey

Defenseman: Larry Robinson

Left-wing: Bob Gainey

Center: Jean Beliveau

Right-wing: Maurice Richard

Enforcer: John Ferguson


Top 50 All-Time Most Popular Montreal Canadiens

  1.  Maurice Richard
  2. Guy Lafleur
  3. Jean Beliveau
  4. Henri Richard
  5. Larry Robinson
  6. Jacques Plante
  7. Yvon Cournoyer
  8. Ken Dryden
  9. Jacques Lemaire
  10. Doug Harvey
  11. Bob Gainey
  12. Dickie Moore
  13. Serge Savard
  14. Steve Shutt
  15. Toe Blake
  16. Patrick Roy
  17. Bernie Geoffrion
  18. Chris Nilan
  19. Stephane Richer
  20. John Ferguson
  21. Guy Carboneau
  22. Frank Mahovlich
  23. Mats Naslund
  24. Howie Morenz
  25. Peter Mahovlich
  26. Mario Trembley
  27. Auriel Joliat
  28. Bill Durnan
  29. Guy LaPointe
  30. Joe Malone
  31. Chris Chelios
  32. Denis Savard
  33. Newsy Lalonde
  34. Sprague Leghorn
  35. Claude Provost
  36. Patrice Brisbois
  37. Elmer Lach
  38. Saku Koivu
  39. Kjell Dahlin
  40. George Hainsworth
  41. Michel Laroque
  42. JC Trembley
  43. Rejean Houle
  44. Shayne Corson
  45. Kirk Muller
  46. Bert Olmstead
  47. Mike McPhee
  48. Yvon Lambert
  49. Carey Price
  50. Sheldon Souray

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