I think this deserve it's own thread, I think everyone here knows that I'm a huge Habs fan, but if you knew me in the real world you'd realize that I'm a much bigger fan then you expect. In Baseball you have the New York Yankees, in Basketball you have the Boston Celtics/ LA Lakers, in Football you have Dallas Cowboys/ San Francisco 49ers in hockey you have the Montreal Canadiens. The Canadiens have won 24 total Stanley Cups, they hold a record of winning five in a row, something that won't be eclipsed in a real long time. The francise had incredible players like Howie Morenz, Doug Harver, Pocket Rocket, Maurice Richard, Jean Beliveau, Boom Boom, Patrick Roy, Ken Dryden, Jacque Plante and so many more. I could continue but there's so many great players that have suited up for Les Habitants. Growing up 50-70 years ago if you were French you wanted to put the Canadiens jersey and that's it, they didn't want to play for any other team. That's how much French Canadians adored their Candiens. Even the best goalie of all time that never played in the NHL Vladimir Tretiak was only willing to play in the NHL if it was for the Canadiens, but unfortunately it never happened. I grew up a Canadiens fan, started watching in 1993, through out the years, I started learning more and more about the franchise and the history of it, and I never imagined it was filled with such pride, winning, excitement and tradition. Tonight's cermonies will be one of the best of all time when it comes to hockey, you'll see highlights of the past players that have worn the jersey, you'll hear old players talk. I simply cannot wait to watch it. Oh yeah, the Canadiens are also playing Boston after the ceremonies so it's going to be a kick ass night.