The oldest of Montreal Canadiens has died, Bob Fillion, at the age of 95. He won two Stanley Cups, in 1944 and 1946. The tributes to his hockey career you ought to review today is this one (in French) from Gabriel Béland at La Presse, and another from Dave Stubbs at The Gazette.
Blanket Statement: Members of the doubly captained 1947-48 Canadiens show off blankets (in Habs colours, of course) given by Ayers Limited, the famous woolen mill in Lachute, Quebec. At the back are, from the left: Glen Harmon, Billy Reay, Butch Bouchard, Toe Blake, Roger Leger, Bill Durnan, Elmer Lach, and (on quality control) Maurice Richard. Bedspreaded up at the front are Ken Reardon and Bob Fillion.