Montreal Canadiens Alumni Tour

On Thursday November 9th, the Montreal Canadiens Alumni Team - Sponsored by Canadian Tire - is coming to Napanee to challenge our home team, largely made up of veterans of the Napanee Raiders 1992-1993 Ontario Championship Team. The Habs will go toe-to-toe with our alumni team when the puck drops at 7:30PM at the Strathcona Paper Center (Goodyear arena) in Napanee.

This once in a lifetime charitable hockey challenge will benefit the development and promotion of sports throughout the Lennox and Addington County. Our foundation has teamed with the Greater Napanee Sports Association to present this great event.

Montrèal Canadians alumni tour is sponsored nationally by the Canadian Tire Corporation.

  • Pregame VIP ticket-holder reception with Montrèal players - Banquet Hall - Strathcona Paper; Each ticket-holder entitled to 2 player autographs on any items they wish to bring with them.
  • Program and team introductions 7:30pm
  • Followed by Napanee Mayor, Gord Schermerhorn

 

GET YOUR TICKETS AT THESE NAPANEE LOCATIONS

Canadian Tire Store     Gray's IDA     Strathcona Paper Centre   

Home Hardware    Pringle Ford     McDougall Insurance & Financial    

Scotiabank . . . or call 613-354-7333  

GENERAL ADMISSION  $25     YOUTH (12 and under)  $15     VIP Admission  $75 (50 available)

ON-LINE AUCTIONS: 2 spots to play on the Montreal Team - 1 spot as Assistant Coach behind the Montreal bench!

and more!



The Montreal Canadiens Alumni Tour, sponsored by Canadian Tire, has the Canadiens Alumni Team travel around Quebec and the rest of Canada, playing sports (hockey, softball, or golf) or doing public speaking to help with fundraisers and events. Each year, the Canadiens Alumni help raise over $1.5 million for grass-root and community causes.

Possible Montreal Canadiens Players:

Keith ActonKeith Acton

Keith was a tough, gritty player who played for the Habs from 1978 to 1983. He continued to play hockey before retiring in 1994.

Asham ArronArron Asham

Arron played four seasons for the Canadiens between 1998 and 2002.

Belanger JESSEJesse Bélanger

Jesse's first game with the Canadiens was in 1992. Shortly after, he helped the team win the team's 24th Stanley Cup.

Brisebois PatricePatrice Brisebois

After playing 18 years and 16 seasons with the Montreal Canadiens, and winning the 1992-1993 Stanley Cup, Patrice retired in 2002.

Brunet BenoitBenoît Brunet

Benoît played 17 games with the Habs in 1990-91 and 18 in 1991-92 before earning a full-time spot with the Canadiens the following season. He unfortunately suffered from many injuries over the course of his 13 seasons.

guy carbonneauGuy Carbonneau

A proficient defensive player, having earned three Frank Selke trophies over his career. In his 13 seasons he has also helped to win two Stanley Cups for the Canadiens.

Chabot JohnJohn Chabot

John played two seasons for the Canadiens between 1983 and 1985.

ciccone enricoEnrico Ciccone

Enrico only played for the Canadiens for one season in 2000.

alain coteAlain Côté

Alain played two seasons with the Habs between 1990 and 1992.

Dandenault MathieuMathieu Dandenault

After playing 4 seasons from 2005 to 2009, he retired in 2010.

Mathieu DarcheMathieu Darche

Darche played with the Habs for 3 seasons, retiring in 2013.

Delorme GilbertGilbert Delorme

Delorme played for the Habs for 3 seasons, between 1981 and 1984.

Dupont NormandNormand Dupont

Normand played for the Canadiens for just one season between 1979 and 1980.

Dykhuis KarlKarl Dykhuis

Karl played for the Canadiens for five seasons between 1999 and 2004.

Fiset StephaneStéphane Fiset

A net minder who played for the Habs for one season in 2002, before retiring that September.

Green RickRick Green

A large deffensive player who was on the team for seven seasons, and helped to win the 1985-1986 Stanley Cup.

Hal GillHal Gill

Hal played with the Candiens for three seasons between 2009 and 2012.

Hamrlik RomanRoman Hamrlik

Hamrlik played on the team for 4 seasons between 2007 and 2011

Komisarek MikeMike Komisarek

Mike played with the Habs for 6 seasons between 2002 and 2009.

 Lafleur GuyGuy Lafleur

Guy Lafleur will not be on the team.

yvon lambertYvon Lambert

Yvon played 9 seasons with the Habs, winning 4 Stanley Cups.

Latendresse GuillaumeGuillaume Latendresse

Guillaume played for the team for 4 seasons between 2006 and 2009.

lemieux jocelynJocelyn Lemieux

Jocelyn played with the Canadiens for 2 seasons between 1988 and 1990.

Momesso SergioSergio Momesso

Sergio played with the Habs for 4 seasons between 1983 and 1988.

Morissette DaveDave Morissette

Dave played 2 seasons with the Habs between 1998 and 2000.

Nilan Chris HeadshotChris Nilan

Notable for his record of getting penalties, Chris played with the Canadiens for 10 seasons between 1979 and 1992.

penney steveSteve Penney

Steve played 3 seasons for the Habs between 1983 and 1986.

Yves RacineYves Racine

Yves played for the Canadiens for 2 seasons between 1984 and 1986.

Richer StephaneStéphane Richer

Stéphane played 9 seasons witht eh habs between 1984 and 998, helping to win the 1985-1986 Stanley Cup.

Richard SevignyRichard Sévigny

Richard played with the Habs for 6 seasons between 1978 and 1984, winning the 1980-1981 Vezina trophy in that time.

Shutt SteveSteve Shutt

Steve helped the Habs secure five Stanley Cups over the course of his 13 seasons with them from 1972 to 1985.

Thibaudeau GillesGilles Thibaudeau

Gilles played with the Habs for 3 seasons from 1986 to 1989.

John Scott

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Traded to the Montral Canadiens on January 15, 2016. He retired from the NHL on December 7, 2016 with 544 penaltys.

 

Oleg Petrov 

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Drafted 127th overall by the Havs in the 1991 NHL  Entry Draft and the first Russian to play for the  team. He played from 1989 untill 2013. 

   

- The final line up will include Chris Nylan (Forward), Jocelyn Lemieux (Forward), Oleg Petrov (Forward), Keith Aeton (Forward), John Scott (Forward), Normand Dupont (Forward), Aaron Asham (Forward), Patrice Brisebois (Defenseman), Gilbert Delorme (Defenseman), Gaston Gingras (Defenseman), Ric Nattress (Defenceman) and Richard Sevigny (Goalie).


Mike Airhart

(Forward)

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Andrew Hart

(Forward)

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Mike Hartwick

(Forward)

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Jason Hogle

(Forward)

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Randy Holmes

(Forward)

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Andrew Isbester

(Forward)

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Paul Matheson

(Forward)

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Ryan Moore

(Forward)

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Jason Sutton

(Forward)

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Aaron Euens

(Forward)

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Shawn Wannsborough

(Forward)

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Scott Barker

(Defenseman)

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Ben Chadwick

(Defenseman)

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Matt Coughlin

(Defenseman)

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Jefff Foster

(Defenseman)

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Rob Galt

(Defenseman)

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Matt Jarmin

(Defenseman)

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Jesse Wannsborough

(Defenseman)

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The Team is made up of former Napanee Raiders players, the majority of whom were members of the squad that brought the Ontario Junior C league championship home to Napanee in 1993.