100 Habs

Here is my list of Top 100 Habs, starting with number 100 on January 6, and adding one more each day for 100 days.

100. Joe Malone

99. Pierre Turgeon

98. Denis Savard

97. Mike McPhee

96. Murph Chamberlain

95. Richard Zednik

94. Eric Desjardins

93. Lyle Odelein

92. Brian Savage

91. Phil Goyette

90. Ryan Walter

89. Doug Jarvis

88. Alexei Kovalev

87. Patrice Brisebois

86. Ken Mosdell

85. Dick Duff

84. Mathieu Schneider

83. Rogie Vachon

82. Mark Napier

81. Chris Nilan

80. Jim Roberts

79. Ken Reardon

78. Dollard St. Laurent

77. Russ Courtnall

76. Shayne Corson

75. Herbert  “Buddy” O’Connor

74. Ralph Backstrom

73. Rejean Houle

72. Georges Mantha

71. Yvon Lambert

70. Bobby Smith

69. Brian Skrudland

68. Craig Ludwig

67. Bobby Rousseau

66. Pierre Mondou

65. Bert Olmstead

64. Glen Harmon

63. Jose Theodore

62. Pierre Larouche

61. Rod Langway

60. Don Marshall

59. Billy Reay

58. Mark Recchi

57. Tom Johnson

56. Pit Lepine

55. Andrei Markov

54. Lorne Worsley

53. Floyd Curry

52. Chris Chelios

51. Mats Naslund

50. Stephane Richer

49. Peter Mahovlich

48. Billy Coutu

47. Jean-Guy Talbot

46. Claude Lemieux

45. Sylvio Mantha

44. Vincent Damphouse

43. Frank Mahovlich

42. Terry Harper

41. Charlie Hodge

40. Saku Koivu

39. Doug Risebrough

38. Claude Provost

37. J.C. Tremblay

36. Didier Pitre

35. Emile Bouchard

34.  Guy Carbonneau

33. Odie Cleghorn

32. Sprague Cleghorn

31. Guy Lapointe

30. John Ferguson

29. Jacques Laperriere

28. Mario Tremblay

27. Gerry McNeil

26. Billy Boucher

25. Bob Gainey

24. Yvan Cournoyer

23. Jacques Lemaire

22. Dickie Moore

21. Bernie Geoffrion

20. Bill Durnan

19. Serge Savard

18. George Hainsworth

17. Elmer Lach

16. Ken Dryden

15. Aurel Joliat

14. Newsy Lalonde

13. Jacques Plante

12. Toe Blake

11. Steve Shutt

10. Georges Vezina

9. Jack Laviolette

8. Larry Robinson

7. Howie Morenz

6. Guy Lafleur

5. Henri Richard

4. Doug Harvey

3. Jean Beliveau

2. Patrick Roy

1. Maurice Richard

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6 responses to “100 Habs

  1. so will Naslund be #26? I have a team pic of 1954 Habs if you want to use it for some of the legends.
    Close one in boston the other night. Shows we can keep up with them.

  2. Montreal should have won that Boston game, but killed themselves with those stupid penalties.

    Naslund’s on the list, but I can’t say where (yes, I get the reference to his number, before anyone jumps in).

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  4. Patrick Roy ahead of Jean Beliveau? Anything else I could chalk up to opinion but this? sorry… the greatest habs were about always putting the team first. Roy was a great goalie but his selfishness will always trump his great skill. Beliveau is the classiest Canadien and gentleman and doesn’t deserve the insult of being mentioned in the same sentence as Roy.

  5. Vivienne Hoch

    Patrick Roy ahead of Jean Beliveau? Anything else I could chalk up to opinion but this? sorry… the greatest habs were about always putting the team first. Roy was a great goalie but his selfishness will always trump his great skill. Beliveau is the classiest Canadien and gentleman and doesn’t deserve the insult of being mentioned in the same sentence as Roy.
    +1

  6. j kehoe

    The Rocket#1 correct but Roy 2nd, not even close. Malone ought to be way-up the list… I could go on. Thanks. Habs forever.

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