Montreal Canadiens Tickets

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2 Tickets Montreal Canadiens 9 29 17 Bell Centre
2 Tickets Montreal Canadiens 9 29 17 Bell Centre

$114.00

2 Tickets Montreal Canadiens 9 29 17 Bell Centre
2 Tickets Montreal Canadiens 9 29 17 Bell Centre

$144.00

Montreal Canadiens vs New York Rangers 2 tickets October 28 2017 Bell Center
Montreal Canadiens vs New York Rangers 2 tickets October 28 2017 Bell Center

$41.46

Montreal Canadiens vs Golden Knights 2 17 Sec 211 row k
Montreal Canadiens vs Golden Knights 2 17 Sec 211 row k

$300.00

4 Tickets Montreal Canadiens 11 11 17 Bell Centre
4 Tickets Montreal Canadiens 11 11 17 Bell Centre

$648.00

2 tickets Montreal Canadiens vs Toronto Maple Leafs Oct 14 BELL CENTER
2 tickets Montreal Canadiens vs Toronto Maple Leafs Oct 14 BELL CENTER

$430.00

Los Angeles Kings vs Montreal Canadiens Tickets 10 18 17Los AngelesSec205 Row6
Los Angeles Kings vs Montreal Canadiens Tickets 10 18 17Los AngelesSec205 Row6

$175.00

San Jose Sharks vs Montreal Canadiens 10 17 2017 SAP Center
San Jose Sharks vs Montreal Canadiens 10 17 2017 SAP Center

$30.00

38 each Montreal Canadiens  San Jose Sharks 3 tickets 10 17 Aisle
38 each Montreal Canadiens San Jose Sharks 3 tickets 10 17 Aisle

$114.00

2 NY Rangers vs Montreal Canadiens 10 8 17  MSG
2 NY Rangers vs Montreal Canadiens 10 8 17 MSG

$315.00

2 TICKETS 10 20 17 Anaheim Ducks vs Montreal Canadiens Honda Center
2 TICKETS 10 20 17 Anaheim Ducks vs Montreal Canadiens Honda Center

$260.36

4 Florida Panthers vs Montreal Canadiens Sec 111 Row 3 Aisle Tickets 12 30 17
4 Florida Panthers vs Montreal Canadiens Sec 111 Row 3 Aisle Tickets 12 30 17

$724.99

2 Florida Panthers vs Montreal Canadiens Sec 107 Row 4 Aisle Tickets 12 30 17
2 Florida Panthers vs Montreal Canadiens Sec 107 Row 4 Aisle Tickets 12 30 17

$349.99

2 Florida Panthers vs Montreal Canadiens Sec 133 Row 22 Aisle Tickets 12 30 17
2 Florida Panthers vs Montreal Canadiens Sec 133 Row 22 Aisle Tickets 12 30 17

$329.99

2 Florida Panthers vs Montreal Canadiens 112 Row 3 Aisle Tickets 12 30 17
2 Florida Panthers vs Montreal Canadiens 112 Row 3 Aisle Tickets 12 30 17

$349.99

New York Rangers Montreal Canadiens 10 8 17 MSG Upper Center Tickets
New York Rangers Montreal Canadiens 10 8 17 MSG Upper Center Tickets

$281.00



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No team in the NHL is as steeped in history, tradition and success than the Montreal Canadiens. The club recently celebrated its 100th anniversary as an NHL franchise, and during that span they've won more Stanley Cups - 24 - than any other team in the league.

Countless legends have worn Montreal Canadiens jerseys over the years, including Maurice "The Rocket" Richard, Jean Beliveau, Guy Lafleur, Bernie "Boom Boom" Geoffrion, Howie Morenz, George Hainsworth, Jacques Plante, Ken Dryden, Patrick Roy and Larry Robinson. These superstars of the game have established a long tradition of winning that is second in professional sports to only the New York Yankees.

So consistent has the Canadiens franchise been that this past decade gone by marks the only one since the club's inception that it hasn't won at least one Stanley Cup. The last cup the Habs lifted was back in 1993, and the 17 year drought marks the longest in their history.

Yes, in this age of 30 teams and NHL parity Habs fans, long used to winning, are being forced to suffer through season after season of marginal success. However, with young stars like goaltender Carey Price and P.K. Subban, coupled with proven veterans like Mike Cammalleri, Scott Gomez, Brian Gionta and Andrei Markov the club has the potential to compete with the best teams in the league.

Those who are skeptical of such a claim need only ask the Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins. The President's Trophy winners and the 2009 Stanley Cup champions both fell victim to the Habs during the 2010 playoff run that saw them make it all the way to the semi-finals. Granted, now departed goaltender Jaroslav Halak was a big part of that run. Halak is now plying his trade with the St. Louis Blues. However, Carey Price has plenty of potential and there is a good chance Habs fans will one day get to see him go on a run reminiscent of Ken Dryden's or Patrick Roy's in years gone by.

The Montreal Canadiens Dynasty

With the new salary cap system and the resulting parity it is very likely that the days of the NHL dynasty are gone. However, in the latter half of the 1950s and again in the 1970s the Canadiens iced teams that were arguably the greatest in NHL history.

From 1956 to 1960 the Canadiens won 5 consecutive Stanley Cups, the only team in NHL history to do so. That team featured legends like Doug Harvey, Dickie Moore, Maurice and Henri Richard, Jean Beliveau, Claude Provost, Boom Boom Geoffrion and the incomparable Jacques Plante. With such a who's who of Hall of Famers it is amazing there is any debate at all over which was the greatest team in Canadiens history.

Well, when you look at the names etched on the Stanley Cup during the Habs 4 straight Stanley Cups of the late 70s you can see the reason for the debate. The 1976-77 team lost only 8 games out of 80 during the regular season, an NHL record. That squad featured Guy Lafleur, Steve Shutt, Pete Mahovlich, Yvan Cournoyer, Jacques Lemaire, Bob Gainey, Larry Robinson, Guy LaPointe, Serge Savard, and yet another goaltending legend in Ken Dryden. More than a few of those great players have been enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Montreal Canadiens Jerseys Over The Years

In the 100+ year history of the Habs there have been multiple incarnations of the rouge, blanc et bleu. In fact, the club's inaugural jersey, worn in 1909 by Newsy Lalonde was actually only blue and white, with a C across the chest. Subsequent styles included a red jersey with a green maple leaf with a C and an A in it. In 1912-13 came the Barber Shop Jersey, with red white and blue stripes and a CAC across the chest that stood for Canadian Hockey Club. The stripes gave way to more solid red, white and blue color scheme, and a stylized CH replaced the CAC. Canadian Hockey Club the new logo stood for.

With the exception of one season (1924-25) where the Canadiens replaced their logo with a globe to celebrate their second Stanley Cup victory, the CH has appeared across the chest of Montreal Canadiens jerseys ever since. The style has changed incrementally over the years, with today's jersey - the RBK Edge - being a more streamlined, snugger fitting variety of years gone by. However, as popular as the new sweater is, vintage throwback and rare third jerseys seem to be in high demand among longtime and new Habs fans alike.