The series between the two clubs featured intense battles both on the ice, as well as between the rival groups of supporters. While both teams would win a pair of Stanley Cups during the Maroon's 14 year history, the series would eventually end in favor of the Canadiens at 40-35-17, with the Canadiens posting 18 shutouts against the rival Maroons.
The Maroons sweaters underwent several changes in their 14 years. Their first season sweaters had the the name "Montreal" across the chest in simple block letters. They replaced that with the large "M" crest for year two, in which they won the Stanley Cup. Those sweaters featured four white stripes around the the arms and two on the waist.
During the Maroons time in the NHL, teams almost exclusively wore one style of sweater unless they were facing another team wearing a similarly colored sweater. During the Maroons final season of 1937-38, only four of the NHL's then eight teams wore a white "road" sweater to avoid color similarities, such as blue-clad Maple Leafs facing the New York Rangers or the Detroit Red Wings playing the Canadiens, so the Maroons never needed a white version of their unique maroon sweaters.