CANADIEN HOCKEY PLAYERS - HURON HOCKEY SCHOOL - BANTAM HOCKEY PROSPECTS
Canadien Hockey Players
- French Canadian (also Canadien in Canadian English or in French, or Canadien francais in French) generally refers to French colonists who arrived in New France (Canada) in the 17th and 18th centuries. Today, French Canadians constitute the main French-speaking population of Canada.
- At the time of the NWC and before, the term Canadien described the French-speaking inhabitants of Lower Canada (now Quebec). In the 1930s it was replaced with Canadien-Francais, and in the 1970s, with Quebecois.
canadien hockey players - NHL Patrick
NHL Patrick Roy Montreal Canadiens Player Plaque
Patrick Roy is celebrated on a 12" X 15" cherry wood plaque featuring a licensed 8X10 photo, one genuine licensed trading card of the player along with an engraved nameplate. Superior, high-clarity acrylic lens covers firmly affixed to the plaque with brass-type screws protect both the photo and trading card. The polished look makes for a well-crafted, long-lasting piece perfect for displaying in an office, recreation room, or any spot for a fan to enjoy. It is proudly produced and assembled in the USA.
AJ in Patrick Roy's pads
Mock dressing room for Montreal Canadiens; has sets of equipment for many of their greatest players. These Partick Roy pads are from the Cup-winning year of 1993.
Chris's mom is a big Habs fan, so he used MS Paint to make this picture. I ... don't really get it, but it made her really happy, so that's wonderful.