1960 Maurice Richard Jean Beliveau Montreal Canadiens "The Sporting News Collection Archives"

Lot Detail - 1960 Maurice Richard Jean Beliveau Montreal Canadiens "The Sporting News Collection Archives" Original x Photo (Sporting News Collection Hologram/MEARS Photo LOA)

Conn Smythe Trophy winner, Bob Gainey, is hoisted on his teammates’ shoulders as he raises the Stanley Cup, May 21, 1979. The Canadiens defeated the Rangers in five games.

Conn Smythe Trophy winner, Bob Gainey, is hoisted on his teammates’ shoulders as he raises the Stanley Cup, May The Canadiens defeated the Rangers in five games.

Jean Beliveau of the Montreal Canadiens holds up the Stanley Cup following his team’s victory over the St. Louis Blues in four straight games, St. Louis, Missouri, May 4, 1969. (Photo by Bruce Bennett Studios/Getty Images)

Jean Beliveau in Photos - - Montréal Canadiens - Photos

1899 Montreal Shamrocks; winners of the Stanley Cup.

Shamrock hockey team, Montreal, QC, 1899 by Musée McCord Museum.

The Winnipeg Victorias of the Manitoba Hockey League challenged the Montreal Victorias for the Cup in 1896

The first East-West match-up in Stanley Cup history took place between the defending Stanley Cup champion Montreal Victorias and the Manitoba Hockey League champion Winnipeg Victorias.

Graham Drinkwater won his first Stanley Cup with the Montreal Victorias in 1895.

Graham Drinkwater won his first Stanley Cup with the Montreal Victorias in

Despite Canadiens captain Jean Béliveau on crutches, the Canadiens swept the Blues in 1968.

Despite Canadiens captain Jean Béliveau on crutches, the Canadiens swept the Blues in

Jean Béliveau, #4 of the Montreal Canadiens, pours champagne into the Stanley Cup Trophy after the Canadiens defeated the Chicago Blackhawks by a score of 4-0 in Game 7 of the 1965 Stanley Cup Finals on May 1, 1965 at the Montreal Forum in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

PHOTOS: Highlights of Jean Béliveau with the Montreal Canadiens

Jean Béliveau, of the Montreal Canadiens, pours champagne into the Stanley Cup Trophy after the Canadiens defeated the Chicago Blackhawks by a score of in Game 7 of the 1965 Stanley Cup Finals on May 1965 at the Montreal Forum in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Billy Barlow's original Stanley Cup ring. This ring resides on display at Hockey Hall of Fame. The only other 1893 ring known to still exist was found in a Vancouver attic in 2009 and sold at auction for about $60,000. It belonged to George Lowe.

This is one of the original Stanley Cup rings. It belonged to Billy Barlow of the Montreal AAA (Amateur Athletic Association). The AAA, a.

William McKenzie "Billy" Barlow was a member of the first Stanley Cup-winning team in 1893

William McKenzie "Billy" Barlow was a member of the first Stanley Cup-winning team in 1893

Winnipeg became the first team outside of Quebec to win the Stanley Cup

The first East-West match-up in Stanley Cup history took place between the defending Stanley Cup champion Montreal Victorias and the Manitoba Hockey League champion Winnipeg Victorias.

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