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All-Montreal Hockey Club

Founded1909
HistoryAll-Montreal HC 1909/10 ( CHA )
CityMontreal , Quebec
ColoursBlue and White
Stanley Cups0

Montreal Canadiens, Canadian professional ice hockey team based in Montreal. The oldest continually operating team in the National Hockey League, Canadiens have won more Stanley Cup titles than any other team and are the most successful franchise in League history. The Canadiens were established in 1909 as one of the founding teams of the National Hockey Association, forerunner of the NHL. The Canadiens won their first Stanley Cup championship in the 1915-16 season, triumphing in a thrilling five-Game series against Portland Rosebuds of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association. Centre Howie Morenzwho, is considered by many to have been the greatest hockey player of pre-World War II, joined the team in 1923 and led Montreal to Stanley Cup victories in 1924, 1930, and 1931. Before the 1926-27 season, Canadiens moved into Montreal Forum, their home stadium for 70 seasons before teams departure in 1996. After Montreals fourth Stanley Cup title, in the 1930-31 season, Canadiens failed to win the Cup for 12 years, team's longest such drought of the century. In 1942, Montreal signed right wing Maurice Richard, future Hall of Famer who would go on to become the franchise career leader in goals. Richard teamed with Centre Elmer Lach and left wing Toe Blake to form the high-scoring Punch Line, and the trio headline Canadiens squads that won the Stanley Cup in 1944 and 1946. Blake retired in 1948, but he rejoined the team before the 1955-56 season as head coach, and he led the Canadiens into the most dominant period in team history. Blake guided a star-fill lineup that included Richard, his younger brother Henri Richard, Jean Beliveau, Doug Harvey, and Jacques Plante to record five consecutive Stanley Cups from 1956 to 1960. By the time he retired from coaching in 1968, Blake had coached the Canadiens to three more Stanley Cups, and his teams placed lower than second only once in his 13 years on bench. Montreal continued to dominate the League in the 1970s, winning six more Stanley Cups in that decade, including four in a row from 1976 to 1979 with teams lead by head coach Scotty Bowman and featuring future Hall of Fame players Guy Lafleur, Ken Dryden, and Larry Robinson. Maurice Richard and Jacques Plante Maurice Richard and goalie Jacques Plante of the Montreal Canadiens defending goal during the 1956 Stanley Cup playoffs. UPI / Bettmann / Detroit Times Plante, Jacques Jacques Plante. Weekend Magazine / Louis Jaques / Library and archive Canada, accession number e002505659 Canadiens faded slightly in the 1980s, at least by their own incredibly high standards. While the team still qualify for the play-offs in each season of decade, they have won just one Stanley Cup. The Championship team of 1985-86 featured rookie goaltender Patrick Roy, who became the youngest Conn Smythe Trophy winner ever that year and would later retireafter finishing his career with the Colorado Avalanche as the NHLs winningest goalie of all time. The Canadiens won their 24 Stanley Cup title behind Roys netminding in the 1992-93 season.

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Montreal Hockey Club

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YearLeagueGPWLTPTSGFGAPIMFinishPlayoffs
1885independent---------Won Montreal Winter Carnival
1886independent---------Won Burlington Winter Carnival
1887AHAC4310685--Won Montreal Winter Carnival
1888AHAC761012239--AHAC champions
1888-89AHAC54108217--AHAC champions
1890AHAC8800163317--AHAC champions
1891AHAC550010184--AHAC champions
1892AHAC61402921--AHAC co-champions Lost to Ottawa in first challenge of season; defeated Ottawa (1-0) in final challenge to regain championship
1893AHAC8710143818-1stAHAC champions Awarded Stanley Cup
1894AHAC8530102515-1st (four-way tie)AHAC champions Won Stanley Cup Defeated Victorias (3-2), Ottawa(3-1) in playoff.
1895AHAC844083322-2nddefeated Queen's University 5-1 in Stanley Cup Challenge game. Following the game the Stanley Cup was the awarded to Montreal Victorias as 1895 AHAC Regular Season Champions. Montreal HC has never been recognized as a Stanley Cup champion in 1895.
1896AHAC826042433-4th-
1897AHAC8530103126-3rd-
1898AHAC8530103421-2nd-
1899CAHL835063029-4th-
1900CAHL8530103436-2nd-
1901CAHL835162837-4th-
1902CAHL8620123915-1stDefeated Winnipeg Victorias 2-1 in best-of-three challenge. Won Stanley Cup
1903CAHL843083419-3rdDefeated Winnipeg Victorias in best-of-three challenge 8-1, 2-2(abandoned), 2-4, 4-1 to win Stanley Cup Challenge. Lost Stanley Cup by placing third.
1904CAHL835063449-3rd-
1905CAHL10730145442-3rd-
1906ECAHA1037064963-5th-
1907ECAHA1037-65883-4th
1907-08ECAHA10190253205-6th-
1908-09IPAHU63306---3rd
1909-10IPAHU61502---4th

Montreal Candiens, formally known as le Club de Hockey Canadien, and most informally known as Habs, are the Montreal NHL team. The team plays in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. CANADIENS were founded in 1909, which made them the only existing NHL club to predate NHL founding and made them the longest continuously operating professional ice hockey team. The Habs nickname comes from Les Habitants, nickname team has in regions French Canadian. CANADIENS last won the Stanley Cup in 1993, and they have the most Stanley Cup franchise wins with an amazing total of 24 23 of which were since the League was officially founded In addition to French nicknames, CANADIENS have historically operated in both English and French-public address announcements, social media outlets, and first stanza of O Canada are all in French as well as English. This combination of languages lends itself well to the CH logo, where H is nestle within the curve of C. However, it is reportedly a misconception that H in the logo stands for Habitants, and apparently, it actually stands for Hockey. Despite its early founding, CANADIENS did not file trademark in the United States until 1973. Within the first month, team file for CH logo, and CANADIENS word mark. Possibly because the primary residence of the team is in Canada, their American trademark portfolio is lacking. Team has a file for interesting marks, such as YOUPPI!, Which is French translation for Yippee! And also the name of the team mascot. The team also recently launched its global campaign to unite all CANADIENS fans worldwide. The campaign is dubbed Unite Faithful, and those who wish to participate will join Club 1909. Both phrases registered as trademarks in 2018. IC 006. US 002 012 013 014 023 025 050. G & S ornaments, figurines and sculptures of common metals; key fobs of common metal; metal key chains. IC 009. US 021 023 026 036 038. G & S Entertainment and educational software, namely, multimedia interactive computer game software recorded on CD-ROM and other read-only formats featuring entertainment and / or education in the fields of sports; mouse pads; cellular phone accessory charms; mobile phone application that enable users to track purchases and redemptions in connection with loyalty program; mobile phone applications for use in gaming; mobile phone applications which enable communication between users and social media engagement all relating to Montreal CANADIENS Hockey Club; USB hardware; USB web keys for automatically launching pre-program website URLs; Hockey helmets and protective face masks not for medical purposes, goalie protective face masks not for medical purposes, baseball batting helmets, catchers' helmets; decorative magnets; warning flags. IC 014. US 002 027 028 050. G & S fine and costume jewelry, namely, pins and Ornamental pins, brooches; key chains as jewelry and key rings of precious metal; ornaments, figurines and sculptures of precious metals; key fobs of precious metal; key chains made of precious metal.

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Molson Family Acquires Team

TORONTO-Molson Family is close to completing its takeover of the National Hockey Leagues Montreal Canadiens for about 575 million, with most legal documents complete, financing line up and closing expected in the next few weeks. Family said on Thursday that its acquisition partners include BCE Inc, Canadas biggest telecom Company; Woodbridge Co Ltd, investment vehicle of Canadas billionaire Thomson Family; Quebecs QFL Solidarity Fund; and investors Michael Andlauer and Luc Bertrand. Beer brewing powerhouse Molson Coors Brewing Co will remain a key Canadiens sponsor. As well, Molson Family Group plans to take over Molson Coors 19. 9 percent stake in the team as part of their bid. That part of the deal is still subject to agreement on final terms and Molson Coors Board approval. Molson Group is buying the team, and Montreals Bell Centre Arena, from businessman George Gillett, whose holdings include part of English Premier League soccer club Liverpool. Molsons have a long history with the Canadiens, having their own team in its glory years from 1957 to 1971, when it won many Stanley Cup championships. National Bank Financial is leading debt financing and is forming a banking syndicate with Desjardins Group and Bank of Nova Scotia. In July, spokesman for Montreals Molson Family said that earlier financing agreements with CIT Group Inc had fallen through while CIT fought to avoid bankruptcy.

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