Montreal ForumLocation: Montreal, Quebec
Dates: November 29, 1924-March 11, 1996
The Montreal Forum was originally the home of the Montreal Maroons, from 1924 until they disbanded in 1938. However, the first game in 1924 was a home game for the Montreal Canadiens against the Toronto St. Patricks. The Canadiens moved into the Forum from Mount Royal Arena in 1926, until moving to Bell Centre in 1996.
Counting these goals was a bit more complicated because of the period from 1926-1938 when the Canadiens and Maroons played there against each other. Out of my own interest, I have listed how many times a Canadiens or Maroons player scored during an away game against the other team.
As is usually the case with an Original Six arena, the highest-scoring player who never played for the Canadiens or the Maroons is Gordie Howe, with 58.
(This list is not yet complete. Someday!)
|Player||Goals||Notes||Maurice Richard||324||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Guy Lafleur||306||303 with Montreal Canadiens, 2 with New York Rangers, 1 with Quebec Nordiques.||Jean Beliveau||291||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Yvan Cournoyer||240||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Steve Shutt||226||225 with Montreal Canadiens, 1 with Los Angeles Kings.||Bernie Geoffrion||215||211 with Montreal Canadiens, 4 with New York Rangers.||Jacques Lemaire||207||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Henri Richard||203||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Mario Tremblay||144||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Claude Provost||143||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Mats Naslund||141||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Aurel Joliat||140||All with Montreal Canadiens, including 2 on November 24, 1924, and 22 at Montreal Maroons home games.||Dickie Moore||139||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Bob Gainey||135||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Toe Blake||133||All with Montreal Canadiens, including 4 at Montreal Maroons home games.||Guy Carbonneau||131||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Pete Mahovlich||127||125 with Montreal Canadiens, 2 with Pittsburgh Penguins.||Nels Stewart||125||104 with Montreal Maroons, including 7 at Montreal Canadiens home games; 8 with Boston Bruins (4 each at Canadiens and Maroons home games); 13 with New York Americans (6 at Canadiens home games, 7 at Maroons home games).||Bobby Rousseau||121||120 with Montreal Canadiens, 1 with New York Rangers.||Howie Morenz||119||118 with Montreal Canadiens, including 1 on November 24, 1924 and 11 at Montreal Maroons home games; 1 with Chicago Blackhawks (against the Canadiens).||Stephane Richer||114||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Ralph Backstrom||113||110 with Montreal Canadiens, 3 with Los Angeles Kings.||Larry Robinson||110||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Pierre Mondou||108||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Elmer Lach||107||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Yvon Lambert||107||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Guy Lapointe||103||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Hooley Smith||103||95 with Montreal Maroons, including 4 at Montreal Canadiens home games; 5 with Ottawa Senators (4 against the Maroons, 1 against the Canadiens); 3 with New York Americans (all against the Canadiens).||Shayne Corson||93||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Pit Lepine||93||All with Montreal Canadiens, including 9 at Montreal Maroons home games.||Jimmy Ward||92||89 with Montreal Maroons, including 11 at Montreal Canadiens home games; 3 with Montreal Canadiens.||Frank Mahovlich||89||62 with Montreal Canadiens, 22 with Toronto Maple Leafs, 5 with Detroit Red Wings.||Bobby Smith||89||86 with Montreal Canadianes, 3 with Minnesota North Stars.||Gilles Tremblay||87||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Rejean Houle||86||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Mike McPhee||84||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Ryan Walter||83||81 with Montreal Canadiens, 2 with Washington Capitals.||John Ferguson||81||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Ken Mosdell||77||76 with Montreal Canadiens, 1 with New York Americans.||Baldy Northcott||77||All with Montreal Maroons, including 4 at Montreal Canadiens home games.||Babe Siebert||74||52 with Montreal Maroons, including 2 at Montreal Canadiens home games; 2 with New York Rangers (1 each against the Canadiens and Maroons); 4 with Boston Bruins (all against the Canadiens); 16 with Montreal Canadiens, including 2 at Montreal Maroons home games.||Mark Napier||72||71 with Montreal Canadiens, 1 with Edmonton Oilers.||Dave Trottier||71||All with Montreal Maroons, including 4 at Montreal Canadiens home games.||Gordie Howe||58||All with Detroit Red Wings.||Vincent Damphousse||53||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Brian Savage||19||All with Montreal Canadiens.||Saku Koivu||8||All with Montreal Canadiens.|