Probably a lot!
The Montreal Canadiens
Maurice the rocket Richard scored 544 goals in his career
Maurice "Rocket" Richard
Maurice "The Rocket" Richard does with seven.
I believe 2 Henri Richard ( the pocket rocket) And the greatest Maurice "the Rocket" Richard hope this helps.
Maurice Richard was a member of the Montreal Canadiens when the team won an NHL record five consecutive Stanley Cups between the 1955-56 and 1959-60 seasons.
Maurice Richard, Bernie Geffrion, Guy Lafleur, Steve Shutt, & Stephane Richer.
Henri Richard played 1,256 games for the Canadiens from 1955 to 1975
Maurice Richard Of the Montral Canadiens
In 1974: Henri Richard, Montreal Canadiens
6 - Maurice "Rocket" Richard, Bernard ''Boom Boom" Geoffrion, Guy Lafleur, Steve Shutt, Pierre Larouche and Stephane Richer
If you mean which team it is the Montreal Canadiens with 24 titles. If you mean which player it is Henri Richard of the Montreal Canadiens with 11 Stanley Cup titles.
Maurice Richard grew up in the Bordeaux neighborhood of Montreal, Canada. Maurice, the oldest of eight children, had three sisters and four brothers.
Maurice Richard with 544 regular season goals.
Henri Richard with Montreal canadiens - 11 times
Jean Beliveau. But I can name more. Guy Lafleur, Patrick Roy, Jaques Plante, Maurice Richard, Henri Richard, Carey Price, Saku Koive, P.K Subban, Max Pacioretty, Tomas Plekanec, Lars Eller ...
There were so many but i will name you a few Jack Laviolette Newsy Lalonde Sylvio Mantha Hector "Toe" Blake Jean Beliveau Maurice "Rocket Richard" Guy Carbonneau Saku Koivu Brian Gionta
Henri Richard with 11, all with the Montreal Canadiens.
Henri Richard - 11 Stanley Cups with the Montreal Canadiens
Henri Richard of the Montreal Canadiens (1955 - 1975). He won 11!
The player with the most championships is Henri Richard who won 11 Cups with the Montreal Canadiens.
Peter Mahovlich, Richard Zednik, Ryan O'Byrne, Mike Johnson, Phil Goyette
Carey Price right now Maurice (Rocket) Richard all time
Maurice "The Rocket" Richard won the Stanley Cup in 1943-44, 1945-46, 1952-53, 1955-56, 1956-57, 1957-58, 1958-59 and 1959-60. He won them all with the Montreal Canadiens.
Yes. Larry Robinson, Ken Dryden, and Howie Morenz were born in Ontario. Jacques Plante, Doug Harvey, Jean Beliveau, Bernard Geoffrion, Maurice Richard, Dickie Moore, Yvan Cournoyer, Henri Richard, Serge Savard, and Guy Lafleur were born in Quebec.