Sunday, December 03, 2006

Montreal Canadiens 100 Seasons series homepage.

Note for all readers and Canadiens Fans:

The Montreal Canadiens 100 Seasons has been all consuming project for me to undertake starting this past summer. I hope that you will enjoy reading it as much as I have had digging it up. I always thought that there should be one single place online, almost like a web book, where much of this could be found. Now, hopefully, I can make that a reality.

As of July 31, 2008, I had completed documenting roughly about half of the team's history. As I continue to write and research these pieces, I will begin posting on a bi-weekly schedule, while continuing to post the Habs current going's since training camp's beginning.

In order to allow readers to bookmark this series in an easier manner than searching through scattered posts, this page can serve as a one stop link up for checking in on new entries. Most recent entries are at the top

Thanks for tuning in.

1926-27 Hainsworth Revives Canadiens
1925-26 All That Could Stop Georges Vezina
1924-25 The Forum And Two New Rivalries
1923-24 With Morenz Comes A Second Cup
1922-23 The Newsy Era Ends, A New One Begins
1921-22 Three Musketeers, Two Cleghorns, And One Bad News Newsy
1920-21 Aging Canadiens Fall Short
1919-20 Newsy And Joe Malone Battle It Out
1918-19 The Cup That Almost Was
1917-18 Malone Paces Canadiens In NHL Launch
1916-17 Cupless In Seattle
1915-16 The First Of Many Stanleys
1914-15 A Hard Fall To Last Place
1913-14 Rising Canadiens Miss Cannonball
1912-13 Newsy Returns
1911-12 Newsy Goes West
1910-11 Vezina Arrives
1909-10 A Team Is Born

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

NEWS RELEASE
www.cbc.ca

A CULTURAL CELEBRATION!
THE MONTREAL CANADIENS: 100 YEARS – 100 STARS
ON CBC TELEVISION, FRIDAY, JAN. 23, AT 9 P.M.

The Montreal Canadiens franchise turns 100! CBC Television celebrates this milestone with THE MONTREAL CANADIENS: 100 YEARS – 100 STARS. Hosted by The Hour’s George Stroumboulopoulos, this one-hour special features celebrities and hockey legends recounting the history of Les Habitants, the culture that has surrounded the team throughout the years, and the passion for the Habs, which resonates with fans across Canada and around the world. THE MONTREAL CANADIENS: 100 YEARS – 100 STARS airs on Friday, Jan. 23, at 9 p.m.

Through personal stories from performers such as Anne Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Colm Feore, Roy Dupuis, Jay Barachel, Tommy Lasorda, Jason Priestly, Gino Vanelli, Rick Mercer, Oliver Jones and Sam Roberts, among many other celebrities, THE MONTREAL CANADIENS: 100 YEARS – 100 STARS chronicles the story of the Montreal Canadiens beyond the ice. It traces the evolution of the city of Montreal, from the pre-war music halls and gambling dens, to the ensuing cultural explosion of the 1960s, the political uncertainty of the ’70s and ’80s, and the current rebirth of the city and the team today. This special reveals the vibrant culture of Montreal and how it is intrinsically tied to the most storied team in hockey history.

Stroumboulopoulos speaks with Canadiens legends Jean BĂ©liveau, Henri Richard, Guy Lafleur, Guy Carbonneau, Bob Gainey and Ken Dryden about the legacy of the team, what it means to be a member of the Montreal Canadiens and the reason the team has struck a cultural chord with the people of Montreal, and Canadians from coast to coast.

In addition, www.cbc.ca hosts a website that allows users to view an interactive timeline highlighting both key hockey moments in the team’s history as well as cultural milestones of the past century. Extended interviews with celebrities and Habs hockey greats are featured. Fans are invited to post their own personal stories about the Habs. Live webcasts from the Centennial Plaza outside the Bell Centre will be featured prior to Canadiens games being telecast on CBC’S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA 2009.

THE MONTREAL CANADIENS: 100 YEARS – 100 STARS is directed by Roddy McManus. Producers are McManus, Victoire Bessette and George Stroumboulopoulos. Executive producer is Dominque St-Louis. It is a pop6 production made in association with CBC Television.

CBC/Radio-Canada is Canada’s national public broadcaster and one of its largest cultural institutions. With 28 services offered on Radio, Television, the Internet, satellite radio, digital audio, as well as through its record and music distribution service and wireless WAP and SMS messaging services, CBC/Radio-Canada is available how, where, and when Canadians want it.
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For further information, contact:
Helicia Glucksman / James Lamont
Media Profile, (416) 504-8464
helicia@mediaprofile.com /james.lamont@mediaprofile.com January 8, 2008

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