Montreal Forum

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Montreal Forum
Location Montreal, Quebec
Opened November 29, 1924
Closed March 11, 1996
Demolished 1998
Other Names n/a
Tenants Montreal Canadiens (1926-96)
Montreal Maroons (1924-38)

The Montreal Forum is an historic building located facing Cabot Square in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Called "the most storied building in hockey history" by Sporting News, it was an indoor arena that served as the home of the National Hockey League's Montreal Maroons and Montreal Canadiens. The Forum was built by the Canadian Arena Company in 159 days. Today most of the Forum building is now a multiplex cinema.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Hockey League 1925-26 Montreal Maroons vs. Victoria Cougars Stanley Cup Finals Program
December 4, 1926 Montreal Maroons vs. Chicago Black Hawks Program
1932-33 Montreal Canadiens Program
1937-38 Montreal Maroons Program
1943-44 Montreal Canadiens Program
1944-45 Montreal Canadiens Program
1952-53 Montreal Canadiens Program
1958-59 Montreal Canadiens Postseason Program
1959-60 Montreal Canadiens Program
Montreal Canadiens vs. Toronto Maple Leafs Stanley Cup Finals Program
1960-61 Montreal Canadiens Program
1962-63 Montreal Canadiens Program
Montreal Canadiens vs. Toronto Maple Leafs Postseason Program
1963-64 Montreal Canadiens Program
1964-65 Montreal Canadiens Program
Montreal Canadiens Postseason Program
1965-66 Montreal Canadiens Program
1966-67 Montreal Canadiens Program
January 18, 1967 Montreal Canadiens vs. NHL All-Stars NHL All-Star Game Program
1967-68 Montreal Canadiens Program
1968-69 Montreal Canadiens Program (1 • 2)
1969-70 Montreal Canadiens Program
1972-73 Montreal Canadiens vs. Chicago Black Hawks Stanley Cup Finals Program
January 21, 1975 Campbell Conference vs. Wales Conference NHL All-Star Game Program
1975-76 Montreal Canadiens vs. Philadelphia Flyers Stanley Cup Finals Program
1979-80 Montreal Canadiens Program
1984-85 Montreal Canadiens Postseason Program
1987-88 Montreal Canadiens Program
February 6, 1993 ampbell Conference vs. Wales Conference NHL All-Star Game Program
March 11, 1996 Montreal Canadiens vs. Dallas Stars Program

See also

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National Hockey League (2020-21)
Eastern Conference Atlantic Metropolitan
Boston Bruins (TD Garden)
Buffalo Sabres (KeyBank Center)
Detroit Red Wings (Little Caesars Arena)
Florida Panthers (BB&T Center)
Montreal Canadiens (Bell Centre)
Ottawa Senators (Canadian Tire Centre)
Tampa Bay Lightning (Amalie Arena)
Toronto Maple Leafs (Scotiabank Arena)
Carolina Hurricanes (PNC Arena)
Columbus Blue Jackets (Nationwide Arena)
New Jersey Devils (Prudential Center)
New York Islanders (Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
New York Rangers (Madison Square Garden)
Philadelphia Flyers (Wells Fargo Center)
Pittsburgh Penguins (PPG Paints Arena)
Washington Capitals (Capital One Arena)
Western Conference Central Pacific
Chicago Blackhawks (United Center)
Colorado Avalanche (Ball Arena)
Dallas Stars (American Airlines Center)
Nashville Predators (Bridgestone Arena)
Minnesota Wild (Xcel Energy Center)
St. Louis Blues (Enterprise Center)
Winnipeg Jets (Bell MTS Place)
Anaheim Ducks (Honda Center)
Arizona Coyotes (Gila River Arena)
Calgary Flames (Scotiabank Saddledome)
Edmonton Oilers (Rogers Place)
Los Angeles Kings (Staples Center)
San Jose Sharks (SAP Center at San Jose)
Vancouver Canucks (Rogers Arena)
Vegas Golden Knights (T-Mobile Arena)
Defunct Franchises Cleveland Barons • Hamilton Tigers • Montreal Maroons • New York Americans • Ottawa Senators • Philadelphia Quakers
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