Stanley Cup Champions 1971
Front Row L to R - Al MacNeil (coach), John Ferguson, Sam Pollock (general manager), J. David Molson (president), Jean Béliveau, William Molson (vice president), Peter Molson (vice president), Henri Richard, Ronald Caron (assistant general manager).
Second Row - Rogatien Vachon, Bobby Sheehan, Claude Larose, Marc Tardif, J. C. Tremblay, Rejean Houle, Jacques Lemaire, Yvan Cournoyer.
Third Row - Frank Mahovlich, Léon Rochefort, Phil Roberto, Ken Dryden, Terry Harper, Guy Lapointe, Phil Myre.
Back Row - Yvon Bélanger (physio), Larry Pleau, Peter Mahovlich, Pierre Bouchard, Jacques Laperriére, Serge Savard, Philippe Langlois (trainer), Eddie Palchak (trainer).
Brothers Frank and Peter Mahovlich starred for the Canadiens, scoring nine goals in the seven game Stanley Cup final series. Ken Dryden debuted for the Canadiens, while this was Jean Béliveau's last finals appearance. He ended his career with ten championships.
This would be only the second time that the road team would win a game 7 in finals history.