Want your name, logo or link here ? Sponsor this profile.
 

Montreal Canadiens

  • Name in original language: Les Canadiens
  • Nickname: Habs
  • Year of foundation: 1909
  • Colours: red, white, blue
  • Club status: active
  • Address: The Montreal Canadiens
    1909, avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal
    Montreal, QC, CANADA
    H3C 5L2
  • WWW: http://canadiens.nhl.com/
 
Montreal Canadiens is major league affiliate of: Laval Rocket
Brampton Beast
Wheeling Nailers
Trois-Rivières Lions

Did you find any incorrect or incomplete information? Please, let us know.

Select league

All time leagues: NHL | QMJHL

 

Season 2023-2024

Club teams

This club in 2023-2024: NHL

 
Current rosterseason 2023-2024
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
34GJake Allen07.08.1990185 cm87 kgleft
35GSamuel Montembeault30.10.1996193 cm87 kgleft
30GCayden Primeau11.08.1999191 cm90 kgleft
52DJustin Barron15.11.2001188 cm92 kgright
21DKaiden Guhle18.01.2002191 cm95 kgleft
54DJordan Harris07.07.2000180 cm81 kgleft
DLane Hutson14.02.2004175 cm70 kgleft
26DJohnny Kovacevic12.07.1997193 cm97 kgright
27DGustav Lindström20.10.1998187 cm84 kgright
8DMichael Matheson27.02.1994188 cm87 kgleft
DJeff Petry09.12.1987191 cm89 kgright
58DDavid Savard22.10.1990188 cm104 kgright
DJayden Struble09.08.2001183 cm88 kgleft
72DArber Xhekaj30.01.2001188 cm87 kgleft
17LWJosh Anderson07.05.1994188 cm91 kgleft
40RWJoel Armia31.05.1993193 cm90 kgright
22RWCole Caufield02.01.2001170 cm75 kgright
FLucas Condotta06.11.1997185 cm95 kgleft
77CKirby Dach21.01.2001193 cm91 kgright
28FChristian Dvorak02.02.1996183 cm85 kgleft
71FJake Evans02.06.1996183 cm84 kgright
11RWBrendan Gallagher05.06.1992173 cm74 kgright
LWBrandon Gignac07.11.1997180 cm84 kgleft
49LWRafael Harvey-Pinard06.01.1999175 cm82 kgleft
LWEmil Heineman16.11.2001185 cm84 kgleft
91CSean Monahan12.10.1994188 cm85 kgleft
15CAlex Newhook28.01.2001180 cm92 kgleft
70LWTanner Pearson10.08.1992183 cm87 kgleft
55CMichael Pezzetta13.03.1998185 cm93 kgleft
LWJoshua Roy06.08.2003183 cm87 kgleft
20LWJuraj Slafkovsky30.03.2004192 cm99 kgleft
14CNick Suzuki10.08.1999180 cm83 kgright
FColin White30.01.1997185 cm86 kgright
56FJesse Ylönen03.10.1999185 cm76 kgright
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Martin St. Louis18.06.1975Head Coach

* no longer in the club

Bell Centre

Bell Centre logo
 

Longest continuously operating professional ice hockey team (founed in 1909), only current NHL club to exist before the founding of the NHL. One of Original Six teams, most succesful NHL team in history (24 Stanley Cups), last one in 1992-93 season.

Notable players:

24 Stanley Cups (22 solely in the NHL)

League winners:
 

Recent articlesShow all articles»
Recent newsShow all news»

Swiss prospects popular with NHL teams

Switzerland is earning itself more and more the status of the 4th most important European market for NHL teams after Sweden, Finland and Russia due to great investments into youth hockey. First fruits were collected when Team Switzerland became vice champions at the 2013 World Championship. Now another prospect could make it to the NHL. 20 year old Sven Andrighetto - currently playing for QMJHL's Rouyn-Noranda Huskies - signed a three year entry level deal with the Montreal Canadiens who selected him in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft (3rd round - 86th position).   

(16 Jul 2013)
 

Geoffrion retires from hockey at age 25

A wave of serious head injuries in the hockey world in recent years led to many heated discussions how to prevent them but still players get injured on a regular basis. Now Blake Geoffrion of NHL's Montreal Canadiens was forced to retire with only 25 years from professional hockey as a consequence of a depressed skull fracture he received in a game for Canadiens affiliate Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL) last November.

(16 Jul 2013)
 

Jagr to Montreal?

Jaromir Jagr want to play in Montreal. His agent Petr Svoboda told journalists about negotiating with Canadiens.

"Jaromir always thinsk about Montreal and dream to play there. Now his dreams may come true" - he said.

(07 Jul 2013)
 

Montral Canadiens fire coaches

The day after announcing Michel Therrien as head coach, Montreal Canadiens fired assistant coaches Randy Cunneyworth and Randy Ladouceur.
Cunneyworth finished the season as Montreal's interim head coach, after the team fired Jacques Martin in December, missing the qualification to the post-season for the first time since 2007

(07 Jun 2012)
 

Michel Therrien named Montreal Canadiens new head coach

Montreal Canadiens announced the appointment of Michel Therrien as the club's new head coach. Michel Therrien spent seven seasons as head coach in the Montreal Canadiens organization from 1997 to 2003. He also coached Pittsburgh Penguins in the NHL, reaching Stanley Cup finals in 2007-08.

(05 Jun 2012)
 

Rafael Diaz misses World Champs

Long-time injured Montreal Canadiens Swiss defender Rafael Diaz confirms he won't be at Sweden/Finland IHWC. Diaz is sidelined from end of February due to a groin injury

(10 Apr 2012)
 

Pierre Gauthier fired by Canadiens

The Montreal Canadiens have fired general manager Pierre Gauthier
The club says in a release the search for a new general manager "is underway."
Gauthier started working at Canadiens in 2003 as director of professional scouting, becoming GM and executive vice president in February 2010

(29 Mar 2012)
 

Canadiens fire Martin

The Montreal Canadiens fired coach Jacques Martin on Saturday and put assistant Randy Cunneyworth, 50, in charge for the rest of the season. Assistant GM Larry Carriere was appointed as assistant coach.
Cunneyworth is the team's first unilingual English-speaking coach since 1971.

(18 Dec 2011)
 

Montreal fired assistant coach

After three years Montreal Canadiens fired asistant coach Perry Pearn before Wednesday night's game against the Philadelphia Flyers.

(27 Oct 2011)
Team statistics
Historic rosters:
 
Historic statistics:
 
Past results:
 
League standings:
 
Fast factsseason 2023-2024
Leagues

Montreal Canadiens participates in season 2023-2024: NHL

 
 
Headlines

Two down one to go for EIHL team

Having clinched the Challenge Cup on Wednesday the Sheffield Steelers (EIHL) made it two trophys yesterday as they clinched the Elite league title. Read more»

Servette Genève win first modern CHL title for Switzerland

Less than a year after winning their first domestic title in their 118-year history, Genève-Servette are now champions of Europe following a nail-biting 3-2 home-ice victory over Swedish club Skellefteå AIK. ... Read more»

© Copyright 2024 European Ice Hockey Online AB & eSports.cz s.r.o. | info@eurohockey.com | Cookies settings
Hokejová výstroj