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12-22-2013, 08:21 AM
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Love this awesome picture.

Anyone know where I can print this pic in high res? Been looking for weeks. Make a great piece for my man cave

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Anyone know where I can print this pic in high res? Been looking for weeks. Make a great piece for my man cave
You mean finding another hi-res version of this pic, right? That's what you'd need. Any image you grab from the internet (like this one) will almost always be low-res and look like crap if printed at any decent size.

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Game was played on February 22, 1979.

Short game summary:

AP wire services game report:

And finally ...

Your game summary:

** at the game, a special guest, roy munson

Thank you so much!! I don't know why I never looked for that boxscore before... I really appreciate it.

A few notes:
1) In a 12-0 win, Lafleur ended up with only one assist (probably smoked a whole pack before the game);
2) Tremblay got 2 penalties at 0:34, so did a Penguin named Carlyle. Randy Carlyle. I wonder if they fought or if it's only two minors;
3) It took 7 goals and 40 minutes for Herron to be pulled (maybe that's where Tremblay got the idea...);
4) Like Lafleur, Shutt also had only one assist;
5) 12-0 and not a single hat-trick;
6) Most points: Lapointe (4 assists);
7) Total pts for Shutt-Lemaire-Lafleur: 4 (0 points on the last 8 goals).

Thanks again, that was fun!

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12-22-2013, 10:37 AM
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Thats why stats are misleading under Bowman Lafleur would have limited ice time if game was against poor team due to possible injury he did this many times.Now the opposite was Oilers Sather who would put his top guns out even if he had a 8 to 2 lead.

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I had to dress properly to go to a game at the Forum, or fly in a plane, with my mother, until 1980. After that. I don't know.

You know what Young Habs fans should do? We should start a style revival at the Bell, and dress beautifully, from the Reds to the whites, for one game a year. That would be so cool. No jerseys, no slobs.

Montreal has style, we should show it.

Forum Night.

Molson is my age exactly, he would love it. He knows what the Forum looked like in 1978.

Would freak the players out as well.

I think we could go viral on this.
How about we take out all the ADDS on the boards and on the ice for that night.. I know it's not possible..but it would be great!

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You mean finding another hi-res version of this pic, right? That's what you'd need. Any image you grab from the internet (like this one) will almost always be low-res and look like crap if printed at any decent size.
yep thats what i meant

unless there was a site anyone knows of, that sells this print

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12-22-2013, 08:19 PM
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I don't know why I never looked for that boxscore before... I really appreciate it.
Cause you're not a loser like me and you have better things to do with your time.

Glad to have been of some help. Thanks for your contributions in this thread.

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12-30-2013, 02:38 PM
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Young Rejean Houle looking like Bournival.

Marc Tardif, Gilbert Perrault, Rejean Houle with the Canadiens Jr.

Perrault (70) and Houle(69) would be selected 1st overall. Tardif 2nd overall.



edit: 1946 christmas card signed by Frank J Selke.



Shayne Corson and Petr Svoboda on draft day.(84)



Jean Beliveau reading a book



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Wow.... This picture is amazing. Epitome of a man ?

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How do you upload a photo? I have a few of Big Jean sport fishing in my local community from early '70s.

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I already posted those last year, but...

Les Canadiens de Montréal et le défilé de la Coupe Stanley, 1966

Complete album: http://www.flickr.com/photos/archive...7632536665533/ (21 pictures)






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Almost forgot those:

Les Canadiens sont là! 1909-2009

http://www.flickr.com/photos/archive...7632698082674/ (30 pictures)

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This is a pic of a Habs - Leafs game in the early 60's.

Notice how thin the payers back then used to look (probably from deficient nutrition)
and how freakin' big the puck used to be. Back then they used a frozen pumpkin
wich they painted black and flattened a bit. They also used quite big hockey sticks
wich resembled closely a 2 X 4.
Man have we evolved since then!!
I like how happy the players looked back then. Even the Leafsplayer looks happy, even if he has to play for the wrong team. Always a smile on their face. It was for shure a happier time!

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I already posted those last year, but...

Les Canadiens de Montréal et le défilé de la Coupe Stanley, 1966

Complete album: http://www.flickr.com/photos/archive...7632536665533/ (21 pictures)
Nice album! Great quality for the year. Gotta love Jean Beliveau.

My favourite picture is the one with the kids running around in suits

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Guy Lafluer showing the ladies what he's got...LOL

(NHL All-Star) Montreal: Don Luce (right) of the Buffalo Sabres and Guy Lafleur (left) of the Montreal Canadiens appear unphased at finding women reporters in the winning team's dressing room, following the NHL All-Star game here, late January 22. The equally unperturbed reporters were identified as Robin Herman (right ) of the New York Times and Marcelle St. Cyr (left) of Montreal radio station CKLM. The rival coaches for the game agreed Monday to an "open door" policy in regard to their dressing rooms.



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I have to throw one of Knuckles in there. Thats quite a record.



How do you possibly determine a toughest enforcer of all time for a team like Montreal with over 100 years of history?

The answer: you make it easy for me by amassing 2,248 penalty minutes in a Canadiens jersey, nearly 1,000 more than the guy sitting in second place on the list.

Chris Nilan was no stranger to dropping the gloves. In fact, his willingness to fight even earned him the nickname "Knuckles."

Incredibly, Nilan's numbers when it comes to penalties don't stop at just that honor.

He holds the record for highest number of penalty minutes per game, averaging 4.42 per game over his career.

And perhaps even more impressive is he holds the record for most penalties in a single game. On March 31, 1991, Nilan recorded six minors, two majors, a misconduct and a game misconduct, making a total of 42 penalty minutes.

In total, Nilan spent 3,043 minutes in the penalty box, or a total of 50.7 complete games.

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Gordie Howe burning us



Frank J Selke handing out the Selke to Gainey



Anne Murray and Gordie Howe having some fun with the jerseys



Another rare color shot



Kik cola?






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The three men are Maurice Richard, Bernie Geoffrion and the Captain #3 Butch Bouchard, Pierre Bouchard's father.
I think the one on the ice is Claude Provost.

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Awesome - those were the days my friend - we thought they'd never end

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Thank you so much!! I don't know why I never looked for that boxscore before... I really appreciate it.

A few notes:
1) In a 12-0 win, Lafleur ended up with only one assist (probably smoked a whole pack before the game);
2) Tremblay got 2 penalties at 0:34, so did a Penguin named Carlyle. Randy Carlyle. I wonder if they fought or if it's only two minors;
3) It took 7 goals and 40 minutes for Herron to be pulled (maybe that's where Tremblay got the idea...);
4) Like Lafleur, Shutt also had only one assist;
5) 12-0 and not a single hat-trick;
6) Most points: Lapointe (4 assists);
7) Total pts for Shutt-Lemaire-Lafleur: 4 (0 points on the last 8 goals).

Thanks again, that was fun!
Who got the goals - I gots to know

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Richard with Clark on NBC

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Richard bros




All Star game MVP : Dr Recchi



36-37 Habs



46-47 Habs



48-49 Habs





Montreal Shamrocks


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forum back in the day.



yeah, id just give him the puck and call him Sir.



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Rumours of Guy Lafleur smoking in between periods-must be pictures.There is a picture in 1971 where he is smoking a cigar

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