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Jean Béliveau: His career in numbers

The late Jean Béliveau posted some staggering statistics in his NHL career, including the 10 Stanley Cups he won as a player with the Montreal Canadiens.

Not only was this respected franchise founded in 1909 (longest continuously operating professional ice hockey team and the only existing NHL club to predate the NHL), but the Canadiens are the only remaining team of the four major sports to be based in the province of Quebec. With 24 Stanley Cups (most all-time) and 21,273 average attendees, the Montreal franchise will seemingly never lose its respected reputation. Model Misa Campo (pictured) is undeniably all they need.

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Not only was this respected franchise founded in 1909 (longest continuously operating professional ice hockey team and the only existing NHL club to predate the NHL), but the Canadiens are the only remaining team of the four major sports to be based in th

Mask of Ken Dryden, who had a relatively short but incredibly successful seven seasons with the Montreal Canadiens. 6 Stanley Cups, with a record of 258-57 and 46 shutouts.

Mask of Ken Dryden, who had a relatively short but incredibly successful seven seasons with the Montreal Canadiens. 6 Stanley Cups, with a record of and 46 shutouts.

Surnommé ''RoadRunner''Sa vitesse fut de lui un des grand ailliers du canadien;Yvan Cournoyer #12

Surnommé ''RoadRunner''Sa vitesse fut de lui un des grand ailliers du canadien;Yvan Cournoyer #12

Jean Beliveau. Those were the glory days of the Habs.

NHL Hall of Famer Jean Beliveau (Joseph Jean Arthur "Le Gros Bill" Béliveau), CC GOQ was a Canadian professional ice hockey player who played parts of 20 seasons with the National Hockey League's Montreal Canadiens.

At the end of every hockey season, only one team gets to raise the Stanley Cup over their heads. All of them are great, but some of them are legendary. Here's the list of the greatest Cup winners of all time.

Yvan Cournoyer and Serge Savard raise the Stanley Cup for the Montreal Canadiens

Michel Larocque

Michel "Bunny" Larocque won four straight Stanley Cups with the Montreal Canadiens from 1976 to 1979

Domenic Facchini loved hockey. It was his religion. Let's hope they win tonight! Go habs go!

Montreal Canadians - i picked this because they are my favorite hockey team, even though im not a fan of hockey.

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