CANADIENS Yearbook 2014-15
The CANADIENS Yearbook is a special edition 120-page publication featuring an in-depth look at the players who make up the 2014-15 Montreal Canadiens. Inside this annual collectors issue are exclusive profiles on each player emphasizing their personalities, interests and statistical histories.
Class of 2014
If there's truth to the adage that quality trumps quantity, the Canadiens had a chance to prove it this past June.
Guy Lapointe cemented his place among the greatest players in Canadiens history during his 14-year career in Montreal. On November 8, 2014, he was rewarded with an all-access pass to the organization’s most exclusive club.
But first, let me take a selfie
Forget colorful sunsets and sweeping landscapes, the most common photograph still popping up on newsfeeds everywhere is the “selfie”. So ubiquitous in society that Oxford Dictionary actually made “selfie” its 2013 Word of the Year, we jumped on the bandwagon and had our guys snap their own profile pictures for the 2014-15 CANADIENS Yearbook. While some players are clearly more comfortable shooting self-portraits than others, the team’s coaching staff needed more trial runs to find the perfect selfie angle than any of the guys we put in front of the lens with their finger on the trigger. Not used to seeing their social media-averse bosses in full-on selfie mode, the Habs had a hard time deciding which of their coaches has the best selfie game when faced with our informal poll of the room. Here are the results of our closely-contested survey to crown the Selfie King among the Canadiens’ coaching staff.
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