Montreal Canadiens 1964-65
Top Row L to R - Dave Balon, Jacques Laperrière, Hector "Toe" Blake, Sam Pollock (manager), Hartland Molson (chairman), David Molson (president), Maurice "Rocket" Richard (assistant to president), Terry Harper, J. C. Tremblay.
2nd Row - Ralph Backstrom, Claude Larose, Edward "Ted" Harris, Gilles Tremblay.
3rd Row - Larry Albut (assistant trainer), Gordon "Red" Berenson, Jim Roberts, Jean-Guy Talbot, Jean Béliveau, Henri Richard, Bobby Rousseau, Claude Provost, Garry Peters, Andy Galley (trainer).
Bottom Row - John Ferguson, Yvan Cournoyer, Lorne "Gump" Worsley, Charlie Hodge, Dick Duff, Noel Picard.
The Canadiens finished the 1964-65 NHL regular season (70 games) with a record of 36 wins, 23 losses, 11 ties.
They defeated Toronto Maple Leafs 4-2 in games in playoff semi-final, then Chicago Black Hawks 4-3 for the 1965 Stanley Cup championship.
Jean Béliveau was the inaugural winner of the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP.