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This Date in Habs History: May 18

May 18, 1971: Henri Richard scored two goals in a 3-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup final as the Canadiens won their 16th championship in franchise history. It was also the last game […]

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This Date in Habs History: May 17

May 17, 1979: Ken Dryden became the first goalie in NHL history to record a point in the Stanley Cup final when he earned an assist on a goal

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This Date in Habs History: May 16

May 16, 1971: Jean Béliveau recorded two assists, his final career postseason points, in a 4-3 win over the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup final to tie

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This Date in Habs History: May 15

May 15, 1938: In the final game of a nine-game exhbition tour through England and France, the Detroit Red Wings beat the Canadiens 5-2. The Canadiens finished the series

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This Date in Habs History: May 14

May 14, 1927: Canadiens owners Leo Dandurand, Leo Letourneau and Joseph Cattarinich donated the Vézina Memorial Trophy to the NHL in memory of former Habs goal Georges Vézina, who

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This Date in Habs History: May 13

May 13, 1933: During the annual meeting of the NHL Board of Governors it was decided that a salary cap of $65,000 per team would take effect for the 1933-34

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Condon earns shutout win with Team USA

Canadiens goaltender Mike Condon made 19 saves to earn a shutout as Team USA beat France 4-0 Thursday at the IIHF World Hockey Championship in Russia. "I thought we

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This Date in Habs History: May 12

May 12, 1977: Guy Lafleur scored two goals and added two assists in a 4-2 win over the Boston Bruins in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup final

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This Date in Habs History: May 11

May 11, 1940: The Canadian Arena Company assumed full ownership of the Canadiens with Senator Donat Raymond as president and William Northey as vice-president.   May 11, 1968: The Canadiens beat

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This Date in Habs History: May 10

May 10, 1938: The Canadiens and Detroit Red Wings played their final game of an exhibition tour in Earlscourt, England, with Toe Blake scoring a hat trick to lead Montreal to a 5-4