Guy Lafleur was the most spectacular hockey player in the seventies. The Canadiens all-time leading scorer with 1,246 points (518 goals, 728 assists), he won five Stanley Cups.
Yvan Cournoyer was a member of ten Stanley Cup teams in 16 seasons with the Canadiens, one fewer than the all-time leader Henri Richard. Talent and speed describe perfectly this former captain, author of 863 career points.
The first selection of the 1969 NHL Entry Draft, Réjean Houle played for 11 seasons in a Canadien uniform, winning the Stanley Cup on five occasions from 1970 to 1979. He held the position of General Manager of the Montreal Canadiens from October 21, 1995 to November 20, 2000.