1966 Stanley Cup Champions
Prince of Wales Trophy Champions 1966
Front Row L to R - Charlie Hodge, Toe Blake (coach), Hartland Molson (chairman of the board), Jean Beliveau, David Molson (president), Sam Pollock (general manager), Lorne "Gump" Worsley
2nd Row L to R - Jean-Guy Talbot, Jean-Claude Tremblay, Terry Harper, Ted Harris, Jacques Laperriere, John Ferguson, Gilles Tremblay
3rd Row l to R - Dick Duff, Ralph Backstrom, Claude Provost, Claude Larose, Bobby Rousseau, Henri Richard
Back Row L to R - Andy Galley (trainer), Yvan Cournoyer, Dave Balon, Leon Rochefort, Noel Price, Jim Roberts, Larry Aubut (equipment manager)
Henri Richard would score the Stanley Cup winner in overtime of game six. During the regular season Richard also got his 600th career point in November 1965 and in January would earn his 400th career assist.
During the regular season, Jean Beliveau would become the first Canadiens player to accumulate 500 career assists, and also play in his 800th career game.