Dryden took the unconventional route of United States college hockey to
the NHL, which included winning an NCAA championship while at Cornell
a game where they faced each other, as was their custom
Also of note, winning the championship was a fine way for the Canadiens captain Béliveau to go out in style, as he had just played in the final game of his career, leaving the ice as a champion with the Stanley Cup in his arms, the 10th of his career.
The red jersey with the blue band became their primary jersey for the 1913-14 NHA season, now with a C that contained the letter A, which stood for the team's official name of "Club athletique Canadien".
Four seasons later, a change in ownership saw the team now wearing the now iconic "CH" logo as the team name was changed to "Club de hockey Canadien".
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Today's video section starts with highlights of Game 7 of the Canadiens first round series against Boston. Two pad stack!