Canadiens fans already showed us their best disguises on Saturday, but what about Canadiens players?
Thanks to social media, we got a peek into the Habs' annual Halloween party which was held on Sunday night.
The Canadiens' Russian contingent showed off their imagination with a pair of prison escapees (Alex Galchenyuk and Alexei Emelin), a king (Andrei Markov), the Joker (Mikhail Sergachev) and a doctor (Alexander Radulov).
The latter, after all, is a surgeon with his stick.
Phillip Danault for his part found inspiration in a classic '90s video game.
"I dressed up as Luigi and my girlfriend was Mario -- a lot of us coordinated our costumes as couples -- there were also some Ninja Turtles. It was a fun team building activity."
"David Desharnais even had professional makeup done to become the Joker. Angela and Carey Price had amazing makeup done, too."
Indeed, synchronized scaring was all the rage this year.
Proud Chicagoans Al Montoya and his wife sported Cubs colors while their team staved off elimination at Wrigley Field.
"My wife and I dressed up as Cubs players, while Jeff and Julie Petry were there as Indians players. It was really cool, even as a Chicago native."
As for Halloween itself, falling on a Monday this year, captain Max Pacioretty will be spending it with his other team away from the ice.
"We're going trick-or-treating as a family of soldiers. We'll be our own little army."
Here are some other costumes from Sunday night: