The 1964–65 Montreal Canadiens season was the 56th season of play of the club. The Canadiens won the Stanley Cup for the first time in five seasons, and the 13th time in franchise history, by defeating the Chicago Black Hawks in the final.

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  • The 1964–65 Montreal Canadiens season was the 56th season of play of the club. The Canadiens won the Stanley Cup for the first time in five seasons, and the 13th time in franchise history, by defeating the Chicago Black Hawks in the final. (en)
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  • Claude Provost (en)
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  • *4 Jean Beliveau *6 Ralph Backstrom *16 Henri Richard *23 Red Berenson *24 Garry PetersA (en)
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  • *2 Jacques Laperriere *3 J. C. Tremblay *10 Ted Harris *17 Jean-Guy Talbot *18 Bryan WatsonB *19 Terry Harper *24 Jean Gauthier *25 Noel Picard (en)
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  • *A Garry Peters played 13 games. B Bryan Watson played 8 games. C Ernie Walkey was dressed, but did not play in the regular season. All 3 players spent most of season in the minors, but name was put on the Stanley Cup. None of 3 players played in the playoff, or officially qualify to on the cup. * When Toronto won the Stanley Cup in 1962, 1963, 1964 they took up more room then allowed to engraved their winning members names on it. So When Montreal won the Stanley Cup, the ring was finished off with 32 members. If the ring had been engraved correctly in 1964–65, there would have been more than enough room to have included all 27 members of Montreal Canadiens 1965–66 with their full first and Last names, and non-playing positions. (en)
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  • Charlie Hodge (en)
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  • *1 Charlie Hodge *30 Gump Worsley *29 Ernie Wakely C (en)
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  • NHL (en)
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  • * Hartland Molson * J. David Molson , Maurice Rocket Richard * Sam Pollock , Hector Toe Blake * Andy Galley , Larry Albut (en)
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  • Claude Provost (en)
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  • *8 Dick Duff *12 Yvan Cournoyer *11 Claude Larose *14 Claude Provost *15 Bobby Rousseau *20 David Balon *21 Gilles Tremblay *22 John Ferguson Sr. *26 Jim Roberts (en)
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  • The 1964–65 Montreal Canadiens season was the 56th season of play of the club. The Canadiens won the Stanley Cup for the first time in five seasons, and the 13th time in franchise history, by defeating the Chicago Black Hawks in the final. (en)
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  • 1964–65 Montreal Canadiens season (en)
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