The Sutter Brothers. Hockey history :) amazing

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Gordie Howe & Terry Sawchuk

Gordie Howe & Terry Sawchuk - Wings, 8x10 Color Photo

STANLEY CUPS BY TEAM

Talk of Blackhawks dynasty gaining steam

Post with 34509 views. Graphic: Teams ranked by Number of Stanley Cups (Canadian Press)

Jacques Plante, Montreal Canadiens

Jacques Plante in the Montreal Canadiens net. He looks so small but stood so tall. A true legend of the Habs glory years.

2016 NHL Winter Classic

Photos: 2016 NHL Winter Classic

2016 NHL Winter Classic Find out how to bet on sports and come on top of your…

In 1971 Montreal Canadiens Ken Dryden faced his brother Dave Dryden of the Buffalo Sabres in the first ever matchup of brothers in goal during an NHL game, won 5-2 by Montreal.

In 1971 Montreal Canadiens Ken Dryden faced his brother Dave Dryden of the Buffalo Sabres in the first ever matchup of brothers in goal during an NHL game, won by Montreal.

Carey Price aux côtés de Patrick Roy le 22 novembre 2008, alors qu’on hisse la bannière numéro 33 parmi les légendes du Canadien de Montréal dans les hauteurs du Centre Bell. Quelques mois plus tard (25 janvier 2009), Price, et ses coéquipiers Mike Komisarek, Andreï Markov et Alex Kovalev (Alekseï Kovaliov), feront partie de la formation partante du 57ème Match des étoiles présenté à Montréal, de concert avec les célébrations du centenaire du Canadien de Montréal (1909-2009).

Patrick Roy’s Number 33 Retired in Montreal. Mad respect when Montreal did this for him: to the guy who walked off the ice one day swearing to never wear a Canadians jersey again

Bobby Hull, Chicago Blackhawks and Gump Worsley, Montreal Canadiens

Many hockey purists will argue that the glory days of hockey existed between 1942 and a period that was named the “Golden Era” of hoc.

Guy Lafleur

Guy Lafleur / Montreal Canadiens (and hockey in general)

1970s Philadelphia Flyers aka The Broad Street Bullies

The Philadelphia Flyers "Broad Street Bullies" of the would not only kick your ass but they would beat your ass too. They won back-to-back Stanley Cups in 1974 & 1975 and intimidated the Soviet National Team into leaving the ice in protest.

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