Montreal Canadiens Odds

The Montreal Canadiens are the NHL’s winningest and most storied franchise. In fact, Montreal’s 24 Stanley Cup wins make the Canadiens the second-winningest franchise in all of sports, behind only the New York Yankees.

With single-game betting now a reality in Canada, you can now bet on any Habs game online in a bunch of different ways. Below check the best available Canadiens odds for tonight’s game, odds on the Canadiens winning another Stanley Cup plus a few key Canadiens stats to help guide your bets.

Tonight’s Habs Odds: Moneyline, Stanley Cup, Props

Check below for the best current odds available at Canadian online sportsbooks for tonight’s Habs’ game. Click on any odds to go directly to the sportsbook, claim your bonus and start making your bets.

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How to bet on Habs games

Canadiens fans will​ not​ have​ a​ hard​ time​ figuring out​ how​ NHL odds​ work.​ It’s​ mostly​ a​ matter​ of​ placing one​ of​ the​ following​ basic sports bets.

  • Moneyline bet: Here, you​ pick the​ outright winner of​ a​ game.​ Bets​ are booked at currently posted odds. Favorites show negative (-) odds representing how much you must​ bet to win $100.​ Underdogs show positive (+) odds representing how much you stand to win​ for every $100 you bet.
  • Puck line​ bet: This​ is​ NHL Spread betting, where​ you​ pick a​ winner with the​ puck line factored into the​ ​game’s final score. Odds will​ vary, but​ standard puck lines sit​ at​ 1.5 goals.​ Alternatives are​ available at different odds.
  • Totals (Over/Under)​ bet: This​ is​ a​ bet on the total combined score for​ a​ game.​ You bet on the over or under result compared to the line set by the​ sportsbook​.
  • Props: These​ are​ usually​ bets​ on​ certain teams or​ players reaching specific stat lines in a game.
  • Parlays: This​ is​ where​ you​ can​ combine two or more basic NHL bets into one. The potential payout will​ be​ bigger but​ every bet must win.
  • Team futures: Here’s​ where​ you​ can​ bet on the ​Canadiens​ and​ ​other​ teams to win more or less than a certain number of games​ throughout​ the​ season.​ You​ can​ ​also​ ​bet​ on​ ​teams​ to​ win​ a division, a Stanley Cup semifinal, or​ win the Stanley Cup. Future​s​ markets open​ all year​ ​long, but odds change​ throughout​.
  • Player futures: Bet on Carey Price to win the Vezina or to win the Hart Trophy, or bet on players to match certain seasonal targets (goals, assists, etc)
  • Live betting: Here’s​ where​ you​ can​ bet​ on live​ games​ at odds that are​ changing with the on-ice​ action.

Canadiens Vegas odds vs. online odds

Most​ of​ the​ Habs lines​ you’ll find​ at​ ​Las​ Vegas​ sportsbooks and​ provincially licensed online sportsbooks in Canada​ will​ be​​ ​the same. However, you​ may​ find​ some​ slight differences in Habs odds.​ These​ can​ almost​ always​ be​ attributed to​ betting.

A​ sportsbook​ might​ move a line if more money is bet on one side.​ However, only​ the sportsbook where that money is bet​ will​ make​ the​ change.​ Local interest can drive​ increased betting,​ which​ means there’s a greater chance a Canadiens line will​ move​ at a provincially licensed online and mobile sportsbooks in Canada, where​ the​ ​Habs​ play, than a traditional Vegas​ sportsbook.

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#1 Habs betting tip

If you’re going to bet on the Canadiens, you should​ first​ understand​ the​ #1 Canadiens​ betting​ secret​:

  • History doesn’t​ mean​ much

The​ Habs were​ the​ last​ Canadian​ team​ to​ win​ the​ Stanley Cup​ and​ they​ have​ the​ most​ Stanley​ Cup​ wins in​ NHL history.​ However, Montreal’s​ last​ Stanley​ Cup​ win​ was​ in​ 1993, almost​ 30 seasons​ ago.​ The​ club​ has​n’t​ been​ to​ the​ finals​ since.​

That​ should​ tell​ you​ that​ betting​ on​ the​ ​Habs to​ win​ it​ all, or​ even​ come​ close,​ is​ perhaps ill-advised​.​ What​ happened​ 30 years​ ago​ has​ little​ to​ no​ bearing on​ the​ NHL today.​

Go​ ahead​ and​ bet​ on​ the​ Habs​ to​ win​ a​ game​ here​ ​and​ there.​ Just​ ​avoid getting​ sucked in​ by​ the​ long​ odds​ available​ on​ Montreal​ to​ win​ it​ all.

Canadiens top prospects

Here’s a look at the past five first-round draft picks by the Montreal Canadiens:

  • 2021 31st overall Logan Mailloux from SK Lejon (Hockeyettan)
  • 2020 16th overall Kaiden Guhle from Prince Albert Raiders (WHL)
  • 2019 15th overall Cole Caufield from US National Development Team (USHL)
  • 2018 3rd overall Jesperi Kotkaniemi from Assat Pori (SM-liiga) has played 140 games with 20 goals and 36 assists
  • 2017 17th overall Ryan Poehling from St. Cloud State (NCHC) has played 28 games with four goals and one assist

Canadiens franchise leaders

Here’s a look at the Montreal Canadiens career leaders in various statistical categories:

  • Games played: Henri Richard 1,258
  • Goals: Maurice Richard 544
  • Assists: Guy Lafleur 728
  • Points: Guy Lafleur 1,246
  • Penalty minutes: Chris Nilan 2,248
  • Plus/Minus: Larry Robinson +692
  • Hat tricks: Maurice Richard 26
  • Save percentage: Ken Dryden .922
  • Goals against average: Georg Hainsworth 1.78
  • Saves: Carey Price 19,174

Canadiens coaching staff

Here’s a look at the Montreal Canadiens’ 2020-21 coaching staff:

  • Head coach: Dominique Ducharme
  • Assistant coach: Luke Richardson
  • Assistant coach: Alex Burrows
  • Assistant coach: Trevor Letowski
  • Goaltending coach: Eric Raymond
  • Video coach: Mario Leblanc

Past Canadiens coaches

Here’s at the Montreal Canadiens head coaches and their records over the past decade:

  • Dominique Ducharme (2021-present) 15-16-0 regular season; 13-9 playoffs
  • Claude Julien (2017–2021) 129-113-35 regular season; 7-9 playoffs
  • Michel Therrien (2012–2017) 194-121-37 regular season; 17-17 playoffs
  • Randy Cunneyworth (2011–2012) 18-23-9 regular season; no playoffs

Canadiens logo & mascot

The C and H lettering in the Montreal Canadiens long-standing logo represents the team’s official French-language name: Le club de Hockey Canadien. It is one of hockey’s most recognizable logos and has been around, in one form or another, since 1917. The current Canadiens logo style has been in use since 1952, but it’s not much different from the 1917 logo.

Youppi! is the former Montreal Expos MLB team mascot and current Montreal Canadiens mascot. Youppi! has been the hockey team’s official mascot since 2005. Youppi! is the first mascot to ever switch between sports leagues. He is a man-created furry orange creature with a white face but could pass for a caricature of former NHL great Lanny McDonald.

Montreal Canadiens home games

  • Home Arena: Bell Centre (Formerly New Montreal Forum from construction to 1996 and Molson Centre from 1996–2002)
  • Address: 1909, avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal
  • Location: Montreal, Québec
  • Owner/Operator: Molson family
  • Hockey Capacity: 21,302
  • Ground Breaking: June 22, 1993
  • Opened: March 16, 1996
  • Construction Cost: $270 million
  • Other Tenants: Montreal Roadrunners (RHI) (1996–1997), Montreal Impact (NPSL) (1997–2000), Montreal Rocket (QMJHL) (2001–2003), Montreal Express (NLL) (2002), Laval Rocket (AHL) (2021)
  • Previous Home: Montreal Forum (1926 to 1996)

Canadiens broadcasts

TSN2 has English-language regional television rights to Montreal Canadiens games with Bryan Murdryk on play-by-play, and Dave Poulin, Mike Johnson, and Craig Button doing colour commentary. Montreal Canadiens regional television broadcasts air in French on Réseau des sports (RDS).

Montreal Canadiens games are also broadcast on the radio, in French on CHMP 98.5, and English on CKGM, TSN Radio 690 with Dan Robertson and Sergio Momesso.

Where to stream Canadiens games online

You can​ ​​live stream Canadiens games online with an​ NHL.TV subscription. However,​ normal local​ and​ National​ blackouts and restrictions still​ apply. NHL.TV offers All Access and​ Single-Team​ ​Canadiens​ packages.

Montreal Canadiens franchise by the numbers

  • Franchise Value: $1.34 billion
  • Owners: Molson family
  • Building Naming Rights: Bell Canada acquired the naming rights to the Molson Centre for an undisclosed amount in 2002 and renamed it the Bell Centre
  • Stanley Cup Wins: 24
  • Canadiens Numbers Retired: The Montreal Canadiens have retired the numbers of 18 players, taking 15 numbers out of circulation. from Howie Morenz #7 in 1937 to Guy Lapointe’s #5 in 2014
  • Sellout Streak: The Canadiens’ had a 14-year streak of consecutive sellouts end on Oct. 15, 2019, when 20,323 turned up to watch them play the Detroit Red Wings. There were 583 consecutive sellouts at the Bell Centre from Jan. 8, 2004, to Oct. 15, 2019
  • Most Consecutive 30 Goal Seasons: Steve Shutt had 9 straight seasons with 30+ goals, all with Montreal, from 1974-1983. Shutt holds the Canadiens record in this category.

10 More interesting Canadiens numbers

  • 2019-20 Revenue: $219 million
  • 2019-20 Operating Income: $87 million
  • 2019-20 Gate Receipts: $85 million
  • 2019-20 Player Expenses: $74 million
  • 2021 Highest Paid Canadiens Player: Carey Price $10,500,000
  • Richest Canadiens Player Contract: Shea Weber signed a 14 year, $110,000,000 contract with the Nashville Predators in 2012. He was traded to Montreal in 2016.
  • Career Playoff Points Leader: Jean Beliveau 176
  • Career Playoff Goals Leader: Maurice Richard 82
  • Career Playoff Assists Leader: Larry Robinson 109
  • Percentage of Canadiens Players From Canada in History: 72.7%
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