List of Montreal Canadiens award winners

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Montreal Canadiens awards
Elmer Lach with Hart Memorial Trophy.jpg
Elmer Lach with the Hart Memorial Trophy.
Award Wins
Stanley Cup 24
O'Brien Trophy * 8
Prince of Wales Trophy 25
Art Ross Trophy 9
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy 5
Calder Memorial Trophy 6
Conn Smythe Trophy 9
Frank J. Selke Trophy 7
Hart Memorial Trophy 18
Jack Adams Award 2
James Norris Memorial Trophy 12
King Clancy Memorial Trophy 1
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy 2
NHL Lifetime Achievement Award * 1
Roger Crozier Saving Grace Award * 2
Ted Lindsay Award 4
Vezina Trophy 29
William M. Jennings Trophy 6
Total
Awards won 169

This is a list of Montreal Canadiens award winners.

League awards

Team trophies

Team trophies awarded to the Montreal Canadiens
Award Description Times won Seasons References
Stanley Cup NHA/NHL vs. PCHA/WCHL/WHL championship (1914–26) 2 1915–16, 1923–24 [1][2]
NHL championship (1926–present) 22 1929–30, 1930–31, 1943–44, 1945–46, 1952–53, 1955–56, 1956–57, 1957–58, 1958–59, 1959–60, 1964–65, 1965–66, 1967–68, 1968–69, 1970–71, 1972–73, 1975–76, 1976–77, 1977–78, 1978–79, 1985–86, 1992–93
O'Brien Trophy NHA championship (1910–17) 2 1915–16, 1916–17 [3]
NHL playoff championship (1917–23) 1 1918–19
Canadian Division champion (1927–38) 4 1928–29, 1930–31, 1931–32, 1936–37
NHL championship runner-up (1938–50) 1 1946–47
Prince of Wales Trophy NHL playoff championship (1923–26) 2 1923–24, 1924–25 [4]
Regular season championship (1938–67) 12 1943–44, 1944–45, 1945–46, 1946–47, 1955–56, 1957–58, 1958–59, 1959–60, 1960–61, 1961–62, 1963–64, 1965–66
East Division champions (1967–74) 3 1967–68, 1968–69, 1972–73
Wales Conference regular season championship (1974–81) 5 1975–76, 1976–77, 1977–78, 1978–79, 1980–81
Wales/Eastern Conference playoff championship (1981–present) 3 1985–86, 1988–89, 1992–93

Individual awards

Individual awards won by Montreal Canadiens players and staff
Award Description Winner Season References
Art Ross Trophy Regular season scoring champion Elmer Lach 1947–48 [5][6]
Bernie Geoffrion 1954–55
1960–61
Jean Béliveau 1955–56
Dickie Moore 1957–58
1958–59
Guy Lafleur 1975–76
1976–77
1977–78
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy Perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey Claude Provost 1967–68 [7][8]
Henri Richard 1973–74
Serge Savard 1978–79
Saku Koivu 2001–02
Max Pacioretty 2011–12
Calder Memorial Trophy Rookie of the year Johnny Quilty 1940–41 [9][10]
Bernie Geoffrion 1951–52
Ralph Backstrom 1958–59
Bobby Rousseau 1961–62
Jacques Laperrière 1963–64
Ken Dryden 1971–72
Conn Smythe Trophy Most valuable player of the playoffs Jean Béliveau 1964–65 [11][12]
Serge Savard 1968–69
Ken Dryden 1970–71
Yvan Cournoyer 1972–73
Guy Lafleur 1976–77
Larry Robinson 1977–78
Bob Gainey 1978–79
Patrick Roy 1985–86
1992–93
Frank J. Selke Trophy Forward who best excels in the defensive aspect of the game Bob Gainey 1977–78 [13][14]
1978–79
1979–80
1980–81
Guy Carbonneau 1987–88
1988–89
1991–92
Hart Memorial Trophy Most valuable player to his team during the regular season Herb Gardiner 1926–27 [15][16]
Howie Morenz 1927–28
1930–31
1931–32
Aurèle Joliat 1933–34
Babe Siebert 1936–37
Toe Blake 1938–39
Elmer Lach 1944–45
Maurice Richard 1946–47
Jean Béliveau 1955–56
1963–64
Bernie Geoffrion 1960–61
Jacques Plante 1961–62
Guy Lafleur 1976–77
1977–78
José Théodore 2001–02
Carey Price 2014–15
Jack Adams Award Top coach during the regular season Scotty Bowman 1976–77 [17]
Pat Burns 1988–89
James Norris Memorial Trophy Top defenceman during the regular season Doug Harvey 1954–55 [18][19]
1955–56
1956–57
1957–58
1959–60
1960–61
Tom Johnson 1958–59
Jacques Laperrière 1965–66
Larry Robinson 1976–77
1979–80
Chris Chelios 1988–89
P. K. Subban 2012–13
King Clancy Memorial Trophy Leadership qualities on and off the ice and humanitarian contributions within their community Saku Koivu 2006–07 [20][21]
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy Gentlemanly conduct Toe Blake 1945–46 [22][23]
Mats Näslund 1987–88
NHL Lifetime Achievement Award Long term contributions to hockey Jean Béliveau 2008–09 [24]
Roger Crozier Saving Grace Award Goaltender with the best save percentage José Théodore 2001–02 [25][26]
Cristobal Huet 2005–06
Ted Lindsay Award Most valuable player as chosen by the players Guy Lafleur 1975–76 [27]
1976–77
1977–78
Carey Price 2014–15
Vezina Trophy Fewest goals given up in the regular season (1927–1981) George Hainsworth 1926–27 [28][29]
1927–28
1928–29
Bill Durnan 1943–44
1944–45
1945–46
1946–47
1948–49
1949–50
Jacques Plante 1955–56
1956–57
1957–58
1958–59
1959–60
1961–62
Charlie Hodge 1963–64
Charlie Hodge 1965–66
Gump Worsley
Rogatien Vachon 1967–68
Gump Worsley
Ken Dryden 1972–73
1975–76
Ken Dryden 1976–77
Michel Larocque
Ken Dryden 1977–78
Michel Larocque
Ken Dryden 1978–79
Michel Larocque
Denis Herron 1980–81
Michel Larocque
Richard Sévigny
Top goaltender (1981–present) Patrick Roy 1988–89
1989–90
1991–92
José Théodore 2001–02
Carey Price 2014–15
William M. Jennings Trophy Fewest goals given up in the regular season (1981–present) Denis Herron 1981–82 [30][31]
Rick Wamsley
Brian Hayward 1986–87
Patrick Roy
Brian Hayward 1987–88
Patrick Roy
Brian Hayward 1988–89
Patrick Roy
Patrick Roy 1991–92
Carey Price 2014–15

All-Stars

NHL First and Second Team All-Stars

The NHL First and Second Team All-Stars consists of the top players at each position as voted on by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.

Montreal Canadiens selected to the NHL First and Second Team All-Stars[32]
Player Position Selections Season Team
Jean Béliveau Centre 10 1954–55 1st
1955–56 1st
1956–57 1st
1957–58 2nd
1958–59 1st
1959–60 1st
1960–61 1st
1963–64 2nd
1965–66 2nd
1968–69 2nd
Toe Blake Left Wing 5 1937–38 2nd
1938–39 1st
1939–40 1st
1944–45 1st
1945–46 2nd
Émile Bouchard Defence 4 1943–44 2nd
1944–45 1st
1945–46 1st
1946–47 1st
Chris Chelios Defence 1 1988–89 1st
Yvan Cournoyer Right Wing 2 1968–69 2nd
1970–71 2nd
1971–72 2nd
1972–73 2nd
Wilf Cude Goaltender 2 1935–36 2nd
1936–37 2nd
Ken Dryden Goaltender 6 1971–72 2nd
1972–73 1st
1975–76 1st
1976–77 1st
1977–78 1st
1978–79 1st
Bill Durnan Goaltender 6 1943–44 1st
1944–45 1st
1945–46 1st
1946–47 1st
1948–49 1st
1949–50 1st
Brian Engblom Defence 1 1981–82 2nd
Bernie Geoffrion Right Wing 3 1954–55 2nd
1959–60 2nd
1960–61 1st
Ted Harris Defence 1 1968–69 2nd
Glen Harmon Defence 2 1944–45 2nd
1948–49 2nd
Cecil Hart Coach 1 1936–37 2nd
Doug Harvey Defence 10 1951–52 1st
1952–53 1st
1953–54 1st
1954–55 1st
1955–56 1st
1956–57 1st
1957–58 1st
1958–59 2nd
1959–60 1st
1960–61 1st
Charlie Hodge Goaltender 2 1963–64 2nd
1964–65 2nd
Dick Irvin Coach 4 1940–41 2nd
1943–44 1st
1944–45 1st
1945–46 1st
Tom Johnson Defence 2 1955–56 2nd
1958–59 1st
Aurèle Joliat Left Wing 4 1930–31 1st
1931–32 2nd
1933–34 2nd
1934–35 2nd
Alexei Kovalev Right Wing 1 2007–08 2nd
Elmer Lach Centre 5 1943–44 2nd
1944–45 1st
1945–46 2nd
1947–48 1st
1951–52 1st
Guy Lafleur Right Wing 6 1974–75 1st
1975–76 1st
1976–77 1st
1977–78 1st
1978–79 1st
1979–80 1st
Jacques Laperrière Defence 4 1963–64 2nd
1964–65 1st
1965–66 1st
1969–70 2nd
Guy Lapointe Defence 4 1972–73 1st
1974–75 2nd
1975–76 2nd
1976–77 2nd
Frank Mahovlich Left Wing 1 1972–73 1st
Sylvio Mantha Defence 2 1930–31 2nd
1931–32 2nd
Gerry McNeil Goaltender 1 1952–53 2nd
Dickie Moore Left Wing 3 1957–58 1st
1958–59 1st
1960–61 2nd
Howie Morenz Centre 3 1930–31 1st
1931–32 1st
1932–33 2nd
Ken Mosdell Centre 2 1953–54 1st
1954–55 2nd
Mats Näslund Left Wing 1 1985–86 2nd
Bert Olmstead Left Wing 2 1952–53 2nd
1955–56 2nd
Jacques Plante Goaltender 6 1955–56 1st
1956–57 2nd
1957–58 2nd
1958–59 1st
1959–60 2nd
1961–62 1st
Carey Price Goaltender 1 2014–15 1st
Claude Provost Right Wing 1 1964–65 1st
Ken Reardon Defence 5 1945–46 2nd
1946–47 1st
1947–48 2nd
1948–49 2nd
1949–50 1st
Henri Richard Centre 4 1957–58 1st
1958–59 2nd
1960–61 2nd
1962–63 2nd
Maurice Richard Right Wing 14 1943–44 2nd
1944–45 1st
1945–46 1st
1946–47 1st
1947–48 1st
1948–49 1st
1949–50 1st
1950–51 2nd
1951–52 2nd
1952–53 2nd
1953–54 2nd
1954–55 1st
1955–56 1st
1956–57 2nd
Larry Robinson Defence 6 1976–77 1st
1977–78 2nd
1978–79 1st
1979–80 1st
1980–81 2nd
1985–86 2nd
Bobby Rousseau Right Wing 1 1965–66 2nd
Patrick Roy Goaltender 5 1987–88 2nd
1988–89 1st
1989–90 1st
1990–91 2nd
1991–92 1st
Serge Savard Defence 1 1978–79 2nd
Steve Shutt Left Wing 3 1976–77 1st
1977–78 2nd
1979–80 2nd
Babe Siebert Defence 2 1936–37 1st
1937–38 1st
P. K. Subban Defence 2 2012–13 1st
2014–15 1st
Jean-Guy Talbot Defence 1 1961–62 1st
José Théodore Goaltender 1 2001–02 2nd
J. C. Tremblay Defence 2 1967–68 2nd
1970–71 1st
Gump Worsley Goaltender 2 1965–66 2nd
1967–68 1st

NHL All-Rookie Team

The NHL All-Rookie Team consists of the top rookies at each position as voted on by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.

Montreal Canadiens selected to the NHL All-Rookie Team[32]
Player Position Season
Chris Chelios Defence 1984–85
Kjell Dahlin Forward 1985–86
Gilbert Dionne Forward 1991–92
Brendan Gallagher Forward 2012–13
Mats Näslund Forward 1982–83
Steve Penney Goaltender 1984–85
Oleg Petrov Forward 1993–94
Carey Price Goaltender 2007–08
Patrick Roy Goaltender 1985–86
Michael Ryder Forward 2003–04
P. K. Subban Defence 2010–11

All-Star Game selections

The National Hockey League All-Star Game is a mid-season exhibition game held annually between many of the top players of each season. Sixty-three All-Star Games have been held since 1947, with at least one player chosen to represent the Canadiens in each year except 2001. The All-Star game has not been held in various years: 1979 and 1987 due to the 1979 Challenge Cup and Rendez-vous '87 series between the NHL and the Soviet national team, respectively, 1995, 2005, and 2013 as a result of labour stoppages, and 2006, 2010, and 2014 because of the Winter Olympic Games.[33] Montreal has hosted twelve of the games.

  • dagger Selected by fan vote[34]
  • Up-arrow All-Star Game Most Valuable Player[35]
Montreal Canadiens players and coaches selected to the All-Star Game
Game Year Name Position References
1st 1947 Émile Bouchard Defence [36]
Bill Durnan Goaltender
Dick Irvin Coach
Ken Reardon Defence
Maurice Richard Right Wing
2nd 1948 Émile Bouchard Defence [37]
Bill Durnan Goaltender
Elmer Lach Centre
Ken Reardon Defence
Maurice Richard Right Wing
3rd 1949 Bill Durnan Goaltender [38]
Glen Harmon Defence
Ken Reardon Defence
Maurice Richard Right Wing
4th 1950 Émile Bouchard Defence [39]
Glen Harmon Defence
Maurice Richard Right Wing
5th 1951 Émile Bouchard Defence [40]
Floyd Curry Right Wing
Doug Harvey Defence
Dick Irvin Coach
Gerry McNeil Goaltender
Paul Meger Left Wing
Ken Mosdell Centre
Maurice Richard Right Wing
6th 1952 Émile Bouchard Defence [41]
Floyd Curry Right Wing
Bernie Geoffrion Right Wing
Dick Irvin Coach
Tom Johnson Defence
Gerry McNeil Goaltender
Paul Meger Left Wing
Ken Mosdell Centre
Billy Reay Centre
Maurice Richard Right Wing
7th 1953 Jean Béliveau Centre [42]
Émile Bouchard Defence
Floyd Curry Right Wing
Lorne Davis Right Wing
Dick Gamble Left Wing
Bernie Geoffrion Right Wing
Doug Harvey Defence
Dick Irvin Coach
Tom Johnson Defence
Elmer Lach Centre
Calum MacKay Left Wing
Bud MacPherson Defence
Eddie Mazur Left Wing
John McCormack Centre
Gerry McNeil Goaltender
Paul Meger Left Wing
Dickie Moore Right Wing
Ken Mosdell Centre
Bert Olmstead Left Wing
Maurice Richard Right Wing
Dollard St. Laurent Defence
8th 1954 Jean Béliveau Centre [43]
Bernie Geoffrion Right Wing
Doug Harvey Defence
Ken Mosdell Centre
Maurice Richard Right Wing
9th 1955 Jean Béliveau Centre [44]
Bernie Geoffrion Right Wing
Doug Harvey Defence
Ken Mosdell Centre
Maurice Richard Right Wing
10th 1956 Jean Béliveau Centre [45]
Toe Blake Coach
Floyd Curry Right Wing
Bernie Geoffrion Right Wing
Doug Harvey Defence
Tom Johnson Defence
Jack LeClair Centre
Don Marshall Left Wing
Dickie Moore Right Wing
Bert Olmstead Left Wing
Jacques Plante Goaltender
Claude Provost Right Wing
Henri Richard Centre
Maurice Richard Right Wing
Dollard St. Laurent Defence
Jean-Guy Talbot Defence
Bob Turner Defence
11th 1957 Jean Béliveau Centre [46]
Toe Blake Coach
Marcel Bonin Left Wing
Floyd Curry Right Wing
Phil Goyette Centre
Doug Harvey Defence
Tom Johnson Defence
Don Marshall Left Wing
Dickie Moore Right Wing
Bert Olmstead Left Wing
Jacques Plante Goaltender
André Pronovost Left Wing
Claude Provost Right Wing
Henri Richard Centre
Maurice Richard Right Wing
Dollard St. Laurent Defence
Stan Smrke Left Wing
Jean-Guy Talbot Defence
Bob Turner Defence
12th 1958 Ralph Backstrom Centre [47]
Jean Béliveau Centre
Toe Blake Coach
Marcel Bonin Left Wing
Ian Cushenan Defence
Bernie Geoffrion Right Wing
Phil Goyette Centre
Doug Harvey Defence
Tom Johnson Defence
Don Marshall Left Wing
Ab McDonald Left Wing
Dickie Moore Right Wing
Jacques Plante Goaltender
André Pronovost Left Wing
Claude Provost Right Wing
Henri Richard Centre
Maurice Richard Right Wing
13th 1959 Ralph Backstrom Centre [48]
Jean Béliveau Centre
Toe Blake Coach
Marcel Bonin Left Wing
Bernie Geoffrion Right Wing
Phil Goyette Centre
Doug Harvey Defence
Bill Hicke Right Wing
Tom Johnson Defence
Al Langlois Defence
Don Marshall Left Wing
Ab McDonald Left Wing
Dickie Moore Right Wing
Jacques Plante Goaltender
André Pronovost Left Wing
Claude Provost Right Wing
Henri Richard Centre
Maurice Richard Right Wing
J. C. Tremblay Defence
Bob Turner Defence
14th 1960 Ralph Backstrom Centre [49]
Jean Béliveau Centre
Toe Blake Coach
Marcel Bonin Left Wing
Bernie Geoffrion Right Wing
Doug Harvey Defence
Bill Hicke Right Wing
Tom Johnson Defence
Al Langlois Defence
Don Marshall Left Wing
Dickie Moore Right Wing
Jacques Plante Goaltender
André Pronovost Left Wing
Claude Provost Right Wing
Henri Richard Centre
Jean-Guy Talbot Defence
Bob Turner Defence
15th 1961 Bernie Geoffrion Right Wing [50]
Phil Goyette Centre
Don Marshall Left Wing
Claude Provost Right Wing
Henri Richard Centre
16th 1962 Ralph Backstrom Centre [51]
Bernie Geoffrion Right Wing
Jacques Plante Goaltender
Claude Provost Right Wing
Jean-Guy Talbot Defence
17th 1963 Jean Béliveau Centre [52]
Bernie Geoffrion Right Wing
Claude Provost Right Wing
Henri Richard Centre
18th 1964 Jean BéliveauUp-arrow Centre [53]
Charlie Hodge Goaltender
Jacques Laperrière Defence
Claude Provost Right Wing
19th 1965 Ralph Backstrom Centre [54]
Dave Balon Left Wing
Jean Béliveau Centre
Red Berenson Centre
Toe Blake Coach
Dick Duff Left Wing
John Ferguson, Sr. Left Wing
Terry Harper Defence
Ted Harris Defence
Charlie Hodge Goaltender
Jacques Laperrière Defence
Claude Larose Right Wing
Claude Provost Right Wing
Henri Richard Centre
Jim Roberts Right Wing
Bobby Rousseau Right Wing
Jean-Guy Talbot Defence
Gilles Tremblay Left Wing
J. C. Tremblay Defence
Gump Worsley Goaltender
20th 1967 Ralph Backstrom Centre [55]
Dave Balon Left Wing
Garry Bauman Goaltender
Toe Blake Coach
André Boudrias Left Wing
Yvan Cournoyer Right Wing
Dick Duff Left Wing
John Ferguson, Sr. Left Wing
Terry Harper Defence
Ted Harris Defence
Charlie Hodge Goaltender
Jacques Laperrière Defence
Claude Larose Right Wing
Noel Price Defence
Claude Provost Right Wing
Henri RichardUp-arrow Centre
Bobby Rousseau Right Wing
Jean-Guy Talbot Defence
Gilles Tremblay Left Wing
J. C. Tremblay Defence
21st 1968 Jean Béliveau Centre [56]
Toe Blake Coach
Jacques Laperrière Defence
J. C. Tremblay Defence
22nd 1969 Jean Béliveau Centre [57]
Toe Blake Coach
Ted Harris Defence
Bobby Rousseau Right Wing
J. C. Tremblay Defence
23rd 1970 Jacques Laperrière Defence [58]
Jacques Lemaire Defence
Claude Ruel Coach
Serge Savard Defence
24th 1971 Yvan Cournoyer Right Wing [59]
Frank Mahovlich Left Wing
Peter Mahovlich Centre
J. C. Tremblay Defence
25th 1972 Yvan Cournoyer Right Wing [60]
Ken Dryden Goaltender
Al MacNeil Coach
Frank Mahovlich Left Wing
J. C. Tremblay Defence
26th 1973 Yvan Cournoyer Right Wing [61]
Guy Lapointe Defence
Jacques Lemaire Defence
Frank Mahovlich Left Wing
Serge Savard Defence
27th 1974 Scotty Bowman Coach [62]
Yvan Cournoyer Right Wing
Frank Mahovlich Left Wing
Henri Richard Centre
Larry Robinson Defence
28th 1975 Ken Dryden Goaltender [63]
Guy Lafleur Right Wing
Guy Lapointe Defence
29th 1976 Ken Dryden Goaltender [64]
Guy Lafleur Right Wing
Guy Lapointe Defence
Peter MahovlichUp-arrow Centre
Larry Robinson Defence
Steve Shutt Left Wing
30th 1977 Scotty Bowman Coach [65]
Ken Dryden Goaltender
Bob Gainey Left Wing
Guy Lafleur Right Wing
Guy Lapointe Defence
Larry Robinson Defence
Serge Savard Defence
31st 1978 Scotty Bowman Coach [66]
Yvan Cournoyer Right Wing
Ken Dryden Goaltender
Bob Gainey Left Wing
Guy Lafleur Right Wing
Larry Robinson Defence
Serge Savard Defence
Steve Shutt Left Wing
32nd 1980 Bob Gainey Left Wing [67]
Guy Lafleur Right Wing
Larry Robinson Defence
33rd 1981 Bob Gainey Left Wing [68]
Rod Langway Defence
Steve Shutt Left Wing
34th 1982 Keith Acton Centre [69]
Rod Langway Defence
Larry Robinson Defence
35th 1983 Ryan Walter Centre [70]
36th 1984 Mats Näslund Left Wing [71]
37th 1985 Chris Chelios Defence [72]
38th 1986 Mats Näslund Left Wing [73]
Larry Robinson Defence
39th 1988 Mats Näslund Left Wing [74]
Larry Robinson Defence
Patrick Roy Goaltender
40th 1989 Mike McPhee Left Wing [75]
Mats Näslunddagger (Did not play) Left Wing
Larry Robinson Defence
Bobby Smith Centre
41st 1990 Pat Burns Coach [76]
Chris Chelios Defence
Shayne Corson Centre
Stéphane Richer Right Wing
Patrick Roydagger Goaltender
42nd 1991 Patrick Roydagger Goaltender [77]
Denis Savard Centre
Brian Skrudland (Did not play) Centre
43rd 1992 Éric Desjardins Defence [78]
Kirk Muller Left Wing
Patrick Roydagger Goaltender
44th 1993 Kirk Muller Centre [79]
Patrick Roydagger Goaltender
45th 1994 Jacques Demers Coach [80]
Patrick Roydagger Goaltender
46th 1996 Pierre Turgeon Centre [81]
47th 1997 Mark RecchiUp-arrow Right Wing [82]
48th 1998 Shayne Corson Left Wing [83]
Saku Koivu Centre
Mark Recchi Right Wing
49th 1999 Mark Recchi Right Wing [84]
50th 2000 Martin Ručinský Left Wing [85]
51st 2001 No Canadiens selected [86]
52nd 2002 José Théodore Goaltender [87]
53rd 2003 Saku Koivu (Did not play) Centre [88]
54th 2004 Sheldon Souray Defence [89]
José Théodore Goaltender
55th 2007 Cristobal Huet Goaltender [90]
Sheldon Souraydagger Defence
56th 2008 Andrei Markovdagger Defence [91]
57th 2009 Guy Carbonneau Assistant coach [92]
Mike Komisarekdagger Defence
Alexei KovalevdaggerUp-arrow Right Wing
Andrei Markovdagger Defence
Carey Pricedagger Goaltender
58th 2011 Carey Price Goaltender [93]
59th 2012 Carey Price Goaltender [94]
60th 2015 Carey Price Goaltender [95]
61st 2016 P. K. Subban Defence [96]
62nd 2017 Carey Pricedagger Goaltender [97]
Michel Therrien Coach
Shea Weber Defence
63rd 2018 Carey Price Goaltender [98]

All-Star benefit games

Prior to the institution of the National Hockey League All-Star Game the league held three different benefit games featuring teams of all-stars. The first was the Ace Bailey Benefit Game, held in 1934, after a violent collision with Eddie Shore of the Boston Bruins left Ace Bailey of the Toronto Maple Leafs hospitalized and unable to continue his playing career.[99] In 1937 the Howie Morenz Memorial Game was held to raise money for the family of Howie Morenz of the Canadiens who died from complications after being admitted to the hospital for a broken leg.[100] The Babe Siebert Memorial Game was held in 1939 to raise funds for the family of the Canadiens' Babe Siebert who drowned shortly after he retired from playing.[101]

Montreal Canadiens players and coaches selected to All-Star benefit games
Game Year Name Position References
Ace Bailey Benefit Game 1934 Aurèle Joliat Left Wing [99]
Howie Morenz Centre
Howie Morenz Memorial Game 1937 Toe Blake Left Wing [100]
Walter Buswell Defence
Wilf Cude Goaltender
Johnny Gagnon Right Wing
Cecil Hart Coach
Paul Haynes Centre
Aurèle Joliat Left Wing
Alfred Lépine Centre
Georges Mantha Left Wing
Babe Siebert Defence
Babe Siebert Memorial Game 1939 Toe Blake Left Wing [101]
Walter Buswell Defence
Wilf Cude Goaltender
Polly Drouin Centre
Johnny Gagnon Right Wing
Ray Getliffe Centre
Cliff Goupille Defence
Paul Haynes Centre
Alfred Lépine Coach
Rod Lorrain Right Wing
Georges Mantha Left Wing
Armand Mondou Left Wing
Earl Robinson Right Wing
Louis Trudel Left Wing
Marvin Wentworth Defence
Doug Young Defence

All-Star Game replacement events

Montreal Canadiens players and coaches selected to All-Star Game replacement events
Event Year Name Position References
Challenge Cup 1979 Scotty Bowman Coach [102]
Ken Dryden Goaltender
Bob Gainey Left Wing
Guy Lafleur Right Wing
Guy Lapointe Defence
Larry Robinson Defence
Claude Ruel Assistant coach
Serge Savard Defence
Steve Shutt Left Wing
Rendez-vous '87 1987 Chris Chelios Defence [103]
Claude Lemieux Right Wing
Jean Perron Coach

Career achievements

Hockey Hall of Fame

In the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Canadiens boast the most enshrined Hall-of-Famers with 66.[104][105] All of their inductees are from Canada with the exceptions of former Defencemen Joe Hall (United Kingdom) and Chris Chelios (United States). 36 of these players are from three separate notable dynasties: twelve from 1955–60, eleven from 1964–69 and thirteen from 1975–79. Howie Morenz and Georges Vezina were the first Canadiens given the honour in 1945, while Pat Burns was the most recent inductee in 2014.

Montreal Canadiens inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame[104][105]
Individual Category Year inducted Years with Canadiens in category References
Marty Barrydagger Player 1965 1939–1940 [107]
Jean Béliveau Player 1972 1950–1951, 1952–1971 [108]
Toe Blake Player 1966 1935–1948 [109]
Émile Bouchard Player 1966 1941–1956 [110]
Scotty Bowman Builder 1991 1971–1979 [111]
Pat Burns Builder 2014 1988–1992 [112]
Harry Camerondagger Player 1962 1919–1920 [113]
Joseph Cattarinich Builder 1977 1921–1935 [114]
Chris Chelios Player 2013 1984–1990 [115]
Sprague Cleghorn Player 1958 1921–1925 [116]
Yvan Cournoyer Player 1982 1963–1979 [117]
Leo Dandurand Builder 1963 1921–1935 [118]
Gordie Drillondagger Player 1975 1942–1943 [119]
Ken Dryden Player 1983 1970–1973, 1974–1979 [120]
Dick Duff Player 2006 1964–1970 [121]
Bill Durnan Player 1964 1943–1950 [122]
Tony Espositodagger Player 1988 1968–1969 [123]
Bob Gainey Player 1992 1974–1989 [124]
Herb Gardiner Player 1958 1926–1929 [125]
Jimmy Gardnerdagger Player 1962 1913–1915 [126]
Bernard Geoffrion Player 1972 1950–1964 [127]
Doug Gilmourdagger Player 2011 2001–2003 [128]
Tommy Gorman Builder 1963 1940–1946 [129]
George Hainsworth Player 1961 1926–1933, 1936–1937 [130]
Joe Hall Player 1961 1917–1919 [131]
Doug Harvey Player 1973 1947–1961 [132]
Tom Johnson Player 1970 1947–1948, 1949–1963 [133]
Aurèle Joliat Player 1947 1922–1938 [134]
Elmer Lach Player 1966 1940–1954 [135]
Guy Lafleur Player 1988 1971–1985 [136]
Newsy Lalonde Player 1950 1909–1911, 1912–1922 [137]
Rod Langway Player 2002 1978–1982 [138]
Jacques Laperrière Player 1987 1963–1974 [139]
Guy Lapointe Player 1993 1968–1982 [140]
Jack Laviolette Player 1962 1909–1918 [141]
Jacques Lemaire Player 1984 1967–1979 [142]
Frank Mahovlich Player 1981 1970–1974 [143]
Joe Malone Player 1950 1917–1919, 1922–1924 [144]
Sylvio Mantha Player 1960 1923–1936 [145]
Hartland Molson Builder 1973 1957–1968 [146]
Dickie Moore Player 1974 1951–1963 [147]
Howie Morenz Player 1945 1923–1934, 1936–1937 [148]
Reg Nobledagger Player 1962 1916–1917 [149]
William Northey Builder 1947 1912–1946 [150]
Ambrose O'Brien Builder 1962 1909–1910 [151]
Buddy O'Connor Player 1988 1941–1947 [152]
Bert Olmstead Player 1985 1950–1958 [153]
Didier Pitre Player 1962 1910–1913, 1914–1923 [154]
Jacques Plante Player 1978 1952–1963 [155]
Sam Pollock Builder 1978 1959–1978 [156]
Donat Raymond Builder 1958 1940–1957 [157]
Ken Reardon Player 1966 1940–1942, 1945–1950 [158]
Mark Recchi Player 2017 1995–1999 [159]
Henri Richard Player 1979 1955–1975 [160]
Maurice Richard Player 1961 1942–1960 [161]
Larry Robinson Player 1995 1972–1989 [162]
Patrick Roy Player 2006 1984–1996 [163]
Denis Savard Player 2000 1990–1993 [164]
Serge Savard Player 1986 1966–1981 [165]
Frank J. Selke Builder 1960 1946–1964 [166]
Steve Shutt Player 1993 1972–1985 [167]
Babe Siebert Player 1964 1936–1939 [168]
Tommy Smithdagger Player 1973 1916–1917 [169]
Rogie Vachon Player 2016 1966–1971 [170]
Georges Vézina Player 1945 1910–1926 [171]
Gump Worsley Player 1980 1963–1970 [172]
Roy Wortersdagger Player 1969 1929–1930 [173]

Foster Hewitt Memorial Award

Six members of the Canadiens organization have been honoured with the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award.[174] The award is presented by the Hockey Hall of Fame to members of the radio and television industry who make outstanding contributions to their profession and the game of ice hockey during their broadcasting career.[175]

Members of the Montreal Canadiens honoured with the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award[174]
Individual Year honoured Years with Canadiens as broadcaster References
Danny Gallivan 1984 1952–1984 [175]
Richard Garneau 1999 1957–1989 [175]
Dick Irvin, Jr. 1988 1966–1997 [175]
René Lecavalier 1984 1952–1985 [175]
Doug Smith 1985 [175]
Gilles Tremblay 2002 1971–1997 [175]

Retired numbers

The Montreal Canadiens have retired fifteen of their jersey numbers. Also out of circulation is the number 99 which was retired league-wide for Wayne Gretzky on February 6, 2000.[176] Gretzky did not play for the Canadiens during his 20-year NHL career and the only Canadiens to wear the number prior to its retirement were Joe Lamb, Des Roche and Leo Bourgeault during the 1934–35 season.[177][178]

Montreal Canadiens retired numbers
Number Player Position Years with Canadiens as a player Date of retirement ceremony References
1 Jacques Plante Goaltender 1952–1963 October 7, 1995 [179]
2 Doug Harvey Defence 1947–1961 October 26, 1985 [180]
3 Émile Bouchard Defence 1941–1956 December 4, 2009 [181]
4 Jean Béliveau Centre 1950–1951, 1952–1971 October 9, 1971 [182]
5 Bernie Geoffrion Right Wing 1950–1964 March 11, 2006 [183]
Guy Lapointe Defence 1968–1982 November 8, 2014 [184]
7 Howie Morenz Centre 1923–1934, 1936–1937 November 2, 1937 [185]
9 Maurice Richard Right Wing 1942–1960 October 6, 1960 [186]
10 Guy Lafleur Right Wing 1971–1985 February 16, 1985 [187]
12 Yvan Cournoyer Right Wing 1963–1979 November 12, 2005 [188]
Dickie Moore Left Wing 1951–1963 November 12, 2005 [189]
16 Elmer Lach Centre 1940–1954 December 4, 2009 [190]
Henri Richard Centre 1955–1975 December 10, 1975 [191]
18 Serge Savard Defence 1966–1981 November 18, 2006 [192]
19 Larry Robinson Defence 1972–1989 November 19, 2007 [193]
23 Bob Gainey Left Wing 1974–1989 February 23, 2008 [194]
29 Ken Dryden Goaltender 1970–1973, 1974–1979 January 29, 2007 [195]
33 Patrick Roy Goaltender 1984–1996 November 22, 2008 [196]

Team awards

Jacques Beauchamp Molson Trophy

The Jacques Beauchamp Molson Trophy is an award given to the player "who played a dominant role during the regular season, without obtaining any particular honor" as determined by the local media. It is named in honour of long-time reporter Jacques Beauchamp.[197]

Molson Cup

The Molson Cup is an award given to the player who earns the most points from three-star selections during the regular season.[198]

Other awards

Montreal Canadiens who have received non-NHL awards
Award Description Winner Year References
Charlie Conacher Humanitarian Award For humanitarian or community service projects Jean Béliveau 1970–71 [199][200]
Lionel Conacher Award Canada's male athlete of the year Maurice Richard 1952 [201]
1957 [202]
1958 [203]
Jean Béliveau 1956 [204]
Guy Lafleur 1977 [205]
Carey Price 2015 [206]
Lou Marsh Trophy Canada's top athlete Maurice Richard 1957 [207]
Guy Lafleur 1977
Carey Price 2015 [206]
Viking Award Most valuable Swedish player in NHL Mats Näslund 1984–85 [208][209]
1985–86

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