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Canada Jean Béliveau
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Last added: Rod Bossy
Scoring Leaders
# Player GP G A TP
1. Marcel Noebels 6 3 7 10
2. Chris DeSousa 6 6 3 9
3. Austin Ortega 6 5 4 9
4. Trevor Mingoia 6 1 8 9
5. Kris Foucault 6 4 4 8
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Player Facts
Date of Birth
Position
C
Age
Height
6'3" / 191 cm
Weight
205 lbs / 93 kg
Nation
Shoots
L
Youth Team
-
Contract
-
Highlights
2-time NHL Most Goals (Maurice Richard Trophy) 2
1-time NHL Most Points (Art Ross Trophy) 1
2-time NHL Most Valuable Player (Hart Trophy) 2
10-time NHL Stanley Cup Champion 10
1-time NHL Stanley Cup MVP (Conn Smythe Trophy) 1

Beliveau, 83, died on December 2, 2014, in Longueuil, Que.

Player Statistics
S Team League GP G A TP PIM +/-   POST GP G A TP PIM +/-
1946-47 Victoriaville Panthers QIHA 30 47 21 68 - |
1947-48 Victoriaville Tigres QJHL-old 42 46 21 67 - |
1948-49 Victoriaville Tigres QJHL-old 42 45 27 75 54 | Playoffs 4 4 2 6 2
1949-50 Québec Citadelles QJHL-old 35 36 44 80 47 | Playoffs 14 22 9 31 15
1950-51 Québec Citadelles QJHL-old 46 61 63 124 120 | Playoffs 22 23 31 54 76
Québec Aces QSHL 1 2 1 3 0 |
Montréal Canadiens NHL 2 1 1 2 0 |
1951-52 Québec Aces QSHL 59 45 38 83 88 | Playoffs 15 14 10 24 14
1952-53 Québec Aces QSHL 57 50 39 89 89 | Playoffs 19 14 15 29 25
Montréal Canadiens NHL 3 5 0 5 0 |
1953-54 Montréal Canadiens NHL 44 13 21 34 22 | Playoffs 10 2 8 10 4
1954-55 Montréal Canadiens NHL 70 37 36 73 58 | Playoffs 12 6 7 13 18
1955-56 Montréal Canadiens NHL 70 47 41 88 143 | Playoffs 10 12 7 19 22
1956-57 Montréal Canadiens NHL 69 33 51 84 105 | Playoffs 10 6 6 12 15
1957-58 Montréal Canadiens NHL 55 27 32 59 93 | Playoffs 10 4 8 12 10
1958-59 Montréal Canadiens NHL 64 45 46 91 67 | Playoffs 3 1 4 5 4
1959-60 Montréal Canadiens NHL 60 34 40 74 57 | Playoffs 8 5 2 7 6
1960-61 Montréal Canadiens NHL 69 32 58 90 57 | Playoffs 6 0 5 5 0
1961-62 Montréal Canadiens “C” NHL 43 18 23 41 36 | Playoffs 6 2 1 3 4
1962-63 Montréal Canadiens “C” NHL 69 18 49 67 68 | Playoffs 5 2 1 3 2
1963-64 Montréal Canadiens “C” NHL 68 28 50 78 42 | Playoffs 5 2 0 2 18
1964-65 Montréal Canadiens “C” NHL 58 20 23 43 76 | Playoffs 13 8 8 16 34
1965-66 Montréal Canadiens “C” NHL 67 29 48 77 50 | Playoffs 10 5 5 10 6
1966-67 Montréal Canadiens “C” NHL 53 12 26 38 22 | Playoffs 10 6 5 11 26
1967-68 Montréal Canadiens “C” NHL 59 31 37 68 28 27 | Playoffs 10 7 4 11 6
1968-69 Montréal Canadiens “C” NHL 69 33 49 82 55 15 | Playoffs 14 5 10 15 8
1969-70 Montréal Canadiens “C” NHL 63 19 30 49 10 1 |
1970-71 Montréal Canadiens “C” NHL 70 25 51 76 40 24 | Playoffs 20 6 16 22 28
Player Career Totals
League Years GP G A TP PPG PIM +/- | Years GP G A TP PPG PIM +/-
NHL 20 1125 507 712 1219 1.08 1029 67 | 17 162 79 97 176 1.09 211 -
QIHA 1 30 47 21 68 2.27 - - | 0
QJHL-old 4 165 188 155 346 2.10 221 - | 3 40 49 42 91 2.28 93 -
QSHL 3 117 97 78 175 1.50 177 - | 2 34 28 25 53 1.56 39 -
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Player Connections
Player Period Teams
Henri Richard (F) 1955-1971 16 Montréal Canadiens
Claude Provost (F) 1955-1970 15 Montréal Canadiens
Ralph Backstrom (F) 1956-1971 15 Montréal Canadiens
Jean-Guy Talbot (D) 1952-1967 14 Montréal Canadiens, Québec Aces

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Player Biography and Trivia

Number 4 retired by Montréal Canadiens

Cult/Star player for Montréal Canadiens

"Le Gros Bill" refused to sign for the Canadiens for a long time, because he didn't want to play professionally. The Canadiens ended up buying the entire Quebec Senior Hockey League and making it a pro league, forcing Béliveau to sign with the NHL's Canadiens. Béliveau was thought to be the most complete center of all time. He could do it all, even fight. Most of all, he was an elegant player and a gentleman, on and off the ice.
- Staffan Hesselbäck, Elite Prospects

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