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Montreal - Notable Historical Events

Jacques CartierSep 1, 1535

Harry HoudiniOct 22, 1926

BradmanJul 7, 1932

Jackie RobinsonOct 23, 1945

Maurice RichardMar 17, 1955

Bobby OrrOct 22, 1966

Guy LafleurDec 20, 1983

Patrick RoyFeb 23, 1985

Andre DawsonSep 24, 1985

Doug HarveyOct 26, 1985

Tim RainesJul 14, 1987

Ken DrydenJan 29, 2007

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Montreal - Historical Events
Date Event
1535-09-01

French navigator Jacques Cartier reaches Hochelaga (Montreal)

1535-10-02

Jacques Cartier discovers Mount Royal (Montreal)

1641-10-15

Paul de Chomedy de Maisonneuve claims Montreal

1642-05-06

Ville Marie (Montreal) forms

1642-05-18

Montreal, Canada, founded

1669-07-06

LaSalle leaves Montreal to explore Ohio River

1689-08-25

Montreal taken by Iroquois

1701-08-02

Great Peace of Montreal signed between New France and North American Indian nations at urging of Huron chief Kondiaronk

1734-06-21

In Montreal in New France (today primarily Quebec), a black slave known by the French name of Marie-Joseph Angélique, having been convicted of the arson that destroyed much of the city, is tortured and hanged by the French authorities in a public ceremony that involved her disgrace and the amputation of a hand.

1760-09-08

French army surrenders Montreal to General Jeffrey Amherst

1765-05-18

Fire destroys a large part of Montreal, Quebec.

1775-11-13

American Revolutionary forces capture Montreal

1831-03-31

Quebec & Montreal incorporated

1844-08-29

1st white-indian lacrosse game in Montreal, Indians win

1849-04-25

The Governor General of Canada, Lord Elgin, signs the Rebellion Losses Bill, outraging Montreal's English population and triggering the Montreal Riots.

1851-12-09

1st Young Men's Christian Association in North America (Montreal)

1852-07-09

Fire destroys 1,100 construction sites in Montreal Canada

1853-07-18

Completion of Grand Trunk Line, trains begin running over 1st North American railroad between Portland, Maine & Montreal

1872-10-12

Montreal Foot Ball Club 1st game playing Quebec City to 0-0 tie

1874-05-14

1st admission charge at a football game, Harvard beats Uni of McGill (Montreal) 3-0

1875-03-03

1st recorded hockey game (Montreal)

1875-12-17

Violent bread riots in Montreal

1884-11-06

Montreal Foot Ball Club (QFRU) defeats Toronto Argonauts (ORFU) 30-0 in 1st CRFU Championship game

1885-09-18

Riots break out in Montreal to protest against compulsory smallpox vaccination.

1885-11-12

Montreal & Britannia Football Clubs (QRFU) defeat Ontario Combined Team (ORFU) 3-0 in CRFU Championship game

1887-11-05

Ottawa College (ORFU) defeats Montreal Football Club (QRFU) 10-5 to win the Dominion championship

1892-11-10

1st CRU championship game: Osgoode Hall defeats Montreal, 45-5

1893-05-22

Montreal Athletic Association beat Ottawa Generals 2-1, in 1st Cup Game

1894-02-23

Stanley Cup: Montreal AAA's awarded cup by trustees as Ottawa refuses to travel to Toronto to play

1895-03-09

Stanley Cup: Montreal Victorias awarded cup, as Queens University (Kingston Ont) loses to Montreal AAA, 5-1

1896-02-14

Stanley Cup: Winnipeg Victorias beat Montreal Victorias, 2-0

1896-12-30

Stanley Cup: Montreal Victorias beat Winnipeg Victorias, 6-5

1897-12-27

Stanley Cup: Montreal Victorias beat Ottawa Capitals, 15-2

1899-03-14

Stanley Cup: Montreal Shamrocks beat Winnipeg Victorias, 6-2

1900-01-02

E Verlinger begins manufacturing 7" single-sided records (Montreal)

1900-02-16

Stanley Cup: Montreal Shamrocks beat Winnipeg Victorias, 3 games to 1

1900-03-07

Stanley Cup: Montreal Shamrocks sweep Halifax Crescents in 2 games

1900-03-17

Stanley Cup: Montreal Shamrocks sweep Halifax Crescents in 2

1901-01-31

Winnipeg Victorias sweep Montreal Shamrocks in 2 for Stanley Cup

1902-03-17

Stanley Cup: Montreal AAA beat Winnipeg Victorias, 2 games to 1

1903-02-04

Stanley Cup: Montreal AAA beat Winn Victorias, 2 games to 1 & 1 tie

1903-03-10

Stanley Cup: Ottawa Silver 7 sweep Montreal AAA in 2 games

1906-03-17

Stanley Cup: Montreal Wanderers beat Ottawa Silver 7, although both winning a game, Montreal outscores Ottawa 12-10

1906-03-29

Stanley Cup: Montreal Wanderers sweep Kenora Thisles in 2 games

1906-12-29

Montreal Wanderers beat New Glasgow (NS) for Stanley Cup (2nd of 1906)

1907-03-25

Stanley Cup: Montreal Wanderers lose to Kenora Thistles but outscore them in 2 game set but outscore them 12-8 and win cup

1907-09-13

Canadian Interprovincial Rugby Football union (Big Four) forms with Hamilton Tigers, Toronto Argonauts, Ottawa Rough Riders & Montreal Foot Ball

1908-01-13

Stanley Cup: Montreal Wanderers sweep Ottawa Victorias in 2 games

1909-03-03

Stanley Cup: Ottawa Senators beat Montreal Wanderers, 8-3

1910-03-05

Stanley Cup: Montreal Wanderers beat Ottawa Senators, 3-1

1910-03-12

Stanley Cup: Montreal Wanderers beat Berlin (Kitchener), 7-3

1916-03-30

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens (NHA) beat Portland Rosebuds (PCHA), 3 games to 2

1917-03-11

1st NHL championship game ever played, Toronto Arenas beats Montreal Canadiens 7-3 in 1st of 2 game set (second game on March 13)

1917-03-26

Stanley Cup: Seattle Metropolitans (PCHA) beat Montreal Canadiens (NHL), 3 games to 1 - Seattle is 1st US team to win Stanley Cup

1917-11-22

NHL forms with Montreal Canadiens, Montreal Maroons, Toronto Arenas, Ottawa Senators & Quebec Bulldogs; National Hockey Association disbands

1918-01-02

NHL Montreal Wanderers disband after Westmount arena burns down

1918-01-12

Montreal Canadien Joe Malone scores 5 goals beating Ottawa 9-4

1919-03-06

NHL Championship: Montreal Canadiens beat Ottawa Senators, 3 games to 1 with 1 tie

1920-03-03

Montreal Canadiens scores NHL record 16 goals beating Quebec Bulldogs

1924-03-11

NHL Championship: Montreal Canadiens sweeps Ottawa Senators in 2 games

1924-11-29

NHL's Montreal Forum opens

1925-03-13

NHL Championship: Montreal Canadiens sweep Toronto Arenas in 2 games

1926-10-22

J. Gordon Whitehead sucker punches magician Harry Houdini in the stomach in Montreal.

1926-11-16

NY Rangers 1st game, beat Montreal Maroons 1-0

1927-01-09

Fire in Laurier Palace cinema in Montreal, 78 children died

1928-04-07

44-yr old NY Ranger GM Lester Patrick replaces his injured goaltender in a Stanley Cup game, & beats Montreal Maroons 2-1

1928-04-14

Stanley Cup: NY Rangers beat Montreal Maroons, 3 games to 2

1928-12-20

1st international dogsled mail leaves Minot, Maine for Montreal, Quebec

1930-04-03

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep Boston Bruins in 2 games

1931-01-03

Nels Stewart of Montreal Maroons scores 2 goals in 4 sec (record)

1931-01-10

Phila Quakers defeat Montreal, ends NHL-record 15-game losing streak

1931-04-14

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Chicago Blackhawks, 3 games to 2

1931-12-05

CFL Grey Cup: Mtl AAA beats Regina, 22-0 at Montreal

1932-06-17

Oil tanker Cymbeline explodes in Montreal, Canada

1932-07-07

Bradman scores a cricket double century in Montreal

1935-04-09

Stanley Cup: Montreal Maroons sweep Toronto Maple Leafs in 3 games

1936-03-24

Red Wings beat Montreal Maroons in 16 mins & 30 seconds of 6th period Stanley Cup game lasts 9 periods (176 mins), ends 1-0

1936-03-25

Detroit Red Wings beat Montreal Maroons in NHL longest game (2h56m30s)

1937-11-03

NHL Howie Morenz Memorial Game: All-Stars beat Montreal 6-5 in Mont

1938-08-26

Montreal Maroons dropped from NHL

1939-10-29

NHL Babe Seibert Memorial Game: All-Stars beat Montreal 5-3

1942-10-07

Yvon Robert beats Bill Longson in Montreal, to become wrestling champ

1944-04-13

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep Chicago Blackhawks in 4 games

1944-11-25

32nd CFL Grey Cup: Montreal HMCS defeat Hamilton Flying Wildcats, 7-6

1945-10-23

Jackie Robinson signs Montreal Royal contract

1945-10-30

Branch Rickey signs Jackie Robinson to a Montreal Royals

1946-04-09

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Boston Bruins, 4 games to 1

1946-04-18

Jackie Robinson debuts as 2nd baseman for the Montreal Royals

1947-04-19

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 2

1949-11-26

37th CFL Grey Cup: Montreal Alouettes defeat Calgary Stampeders, 28-15

1951-04-21

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 1

1952-04-15

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings sweep Montreal Canadiens in 4 games

1952-09-06

Canadian TV begins in Montreal

1953-04-16

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Boston Bruins, 4 games to 1

1953-10-03

7th NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Montreal 3-1 at Montreal

1954-04-16

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 3

1954-08-11

BC Lions plays its 1st CF game, they lose to Montreal Alouettes, 22-0

1954-11-27

42nd CFL Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos defeats Montreal Alouettes, 26-25

1955-03-17

After Maurice Richard is suspended for the remainder of the season, riots break out in Montreal. 37 people are injured and over 100 are arrested. The following morning, Richard goes on the radio to ask citizens to stop vandalizing the city.

1955-04-14

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 3

1955-11-26

43rd CFL Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos defeats Montreal Alouettes, 34-19

1956-04-10

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 1

1956-10-09

10th NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Montreal 1-1 at Montreal

1956-11-24

44th CFL Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos defeats Montreal Alouettes, 50-27

1957-04-16

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Boston Bruins, 4 games to 1

1957-10-05

11th NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Montreal 5-3 at Montreal

1958-04-20

Montreal Canadiens beat Boston Bruins 4 games to 2 for Stanley Cup

1958-10-04

12th NHL All-Star Game: Montreal beat All-Stars 6-3 at Montreal

1959-04-18

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Toronto Maple Leafs, 4 games to 1

1959-10-03

13th NHL All-Star Game: Montreal beat All-Stars 6-1 at Montreal

1960-04-14

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep Toronto Maple Leafs in 4 games

1960-10-01

14th NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Montreal 2-1 at Montreal

1961-08-05

Chic Bears (NFL) beat Mont Alouettes (CFL) 34-16 in Montreal

1963-11-29

Trans-Canada Airlines Flight 831: A Douglas DC-8 carrying 118, crashes after taking-off from Dorval Airport near Montreal, Canada

1965-05-01

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Chicago Blackhawks, 4 games to 3

1965-10-20

19th NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Montreal 5-2 at Montreal

1966-05-05

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 2

1966-10-22

Ice hockey legend Bobby Orr scores his first career goal (vs Montreal Canadiens)

1967-01-18

20th NHL All-Star Game: Montreal beat All-Stars 3-0 at Montreal

1967-04-27

Expo '67 opens in Montreal

1967-04-28

Expo 67 opens in Montreal

1967-05-02

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 2

1967-10-27

Expo '67 closes in Montreal, Canada

1968-05-11

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep St Louis Blues in 4 games

1968-05-27

NL awards Montreal & SD major league franchises

1968-08-14

Montreal Expos officially become a member of NL

1969-01-21

22nd NHL All-Star Game: West beat East 3-3 at Montreal

1969-04-14

1st major league baseball game outside US played (Montreal Canada)

1969-05-04

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep St Louis Blues in 4 games

1969-05-26

John & Yoko begin their 2nd bed-in (Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Montreal)

1969-08-11

Pittsburgh Steelers beat NY Giants 17-13 in Montreal (NFL expo)

1969-08-25

Det Lions beat Boston Patriots 22-9 in Montreal (NFL expo)

1969-09-10

NY Mets sweep Montreal Expos putting them in 1st place for 1st time

1970-11-28

58th CFL Grey Cup: Montreal Alouettes defeat Calgary Stampeders, 23-10

1971-02-11

Montreal Canadien John Believau scores his 500th NHL goal

1971-05-18

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Chicago Blackhawks, 4 games to 3

1972-09-04

Thieves steal 18 paintings from the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in what was at the time the largest art theft in North America.

1972-10-02

Bill Stoneman of Montreal pitches his 2nd no-hitter, beating Mets, 7-0

1973-05-10

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Chicago Blackhawks, 4 games to 2

1973-12-20

Montreal Canadien Henri Richard scores his 1,000th NHL point

1974-11-10

Montreal Canadiens shutout Washington Capitals 11-0

1974-11-24

62nd CFL Grey Cup: Montreal Alouettes defeats Edmonton Eskimos, 20-7

1975-01-04

Montreal Canadiens shutout Washington Capitals 10-0

1975-01-21

28th NHL All-Star Game: Wales beat Campbell 7-1 at Montreal

1975-11-23

63rd CFL Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos defeats Montreal Alouettes, 9-8

1976-05-16

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep Phila Flyers in 4 games

1976-07-09

Houston Astro Larry Dierker no-hits Montreal Expos, 6-0

1976-07-17

21st modern Olympic games opens in Montreal

1976-08-01

21st Olympic games close at Montreal Canada

1976-09-25

Expo's last game at Montreal's Jarry Park

1977-04-15

1st baseball game at Montreal's Olympic Stadium

1977-05-14

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep Boston Bruins in 4 games

1977-11-27

65th CFL Grey Cup: Montreal Alouettes defeats Edmonton Eskimos, 41-6

1978-05-25

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Boston Bruins, 4 games to 2

1978-11-26

66th CFL Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos defeats Montreal Alouettes, 20-13

1979-05-21

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat NY Rangers, 4 games to 1

1979-11-25

67th CFL Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos defeats Montreal Alouettes, 17-9

1980-06-20

Roberto Duran takes WBC welterweight title from Sugar Ray Leonard at Olympic Stadium in Montreal by unanimous decision

1981-05-10

Montreal Expo Charlie Lee no-hits SF Giants, 4-0

1981-10-19

LA Dodgers beat Montreal Expos for NL pennant

1982-07-13

53rd All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 4-1 at Olympic Stadium, Montreal

1983-09-26

St Louis Card Bob Forsch 2nd no-hitter beats Montreal Expos, 3-0

1983-12-20

Guy Lafleur, Montreal, became 10th NHLer to score 500 goals

1984-04-21

Montreal Expo David Palmer no-hits St Louis Cards, 4-0 in a perfect 5 inn game

1985-02-23

Goaltender Patrick Roy makes his NHL debut for the Montreal Canadiens

1985-09-24

Montreal Expo Andre Dawson is 9th to get 6 RBIs in an inning (5th), and joins Willey McCovey to hit 2 HRs in an inn twice

1985-10-26

Doug Harvey's #2 jersey is retired by the Montreal Canadiens

1986-05-24

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Calgary Flames, 4 games to 1

1986-09-04

Claude Brochu becomes CEO of Montreal Expos

1987-06-24

CFL's Montreal Alouettes fold

1987-07-14

All star MVP: Tim Raines (Montreal Expos)

1989-05-25

Mariners trade Mark Langston to Montreal for Randy Johnson

1989-05-25

Stanley Cup: Calgary Flames beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 2

1989-08-23

LA Dodgers beat Montreal Expos, 1-0, in 22 innings (Rick Dempsey HR)

1989-12-06

Worst Canadian mass murder: Marc Lepine kills 14 women at U Montreal

1991-01-24

"Les Miserables," opens at Theatre St Denis, Montreal

1991-09-13

55 ton concrete beam falls in Montreal's Olympic Stadium

1992-06-06

WLAF World Bowl 2: Sacramento beats Orlando 21-17 (Montreal)

1993-02-06

44th NHL All-Star Game: Wales beat Campbell 16-6 at Montreal

1993-05-15

Montreal Expo retires their 1st #, #10 for Rusty Staub

1993-06-09

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat LA Kings, 4 games to 1

1993-10-26

NJ Devils lose 2-0 to Montreal, after winning 1st 7 games of 1993

1995-10-21

Mario Tremblay, selected 22nd NHL coach of Montreal Canadians

1995-12-02

After being left in the game to allow nine goals, Patrick Roy declares "It's my last game in Montreal", and is traded four days later

1996-03-17

Montreal Canadian's 1st game in their new arena

1997-07-06

Montreal Expos retire Andre Dawson's uniform #10

1997-09-02

Howard Stern Radio Show premieres in Montreal Canada on CHOM 97.7 FM

2000-11-26

88th CFL Grey Cup: BC Lions defeats Montreal Alouettes, 28-26

2002-11-24

90th CFL Grey Cup: Montreal Alouettes defeats Edmonton Eskimos, 25-16

2003-11-16

91st CFL Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos defeats Montreal Alouettes, 34-22

2005-11-27

93rd CFL Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos defeats Montreal Alouettes, 38-35

2006-09-13

At Dawson College (Montreal), Kimveer Gill kills one student and wounds 19 others before committing suicide.

2006-11-19

94th CFL Grey Cup: BC Lions defeats Montreal Alouettes, 25-14

2007-01-29

Ken Dryden's #29 jersey is retired by the Montreal Canadiens

2008-11-22

Patrick Roy's #33 jersey is retired by the Montreal Canadiens

2008-11-23

96th CFL Grey Cup: Calgary Stampeders defeats Montreal Alouettes, 22-14

2009-11-29

97th CFL Grey Cup: Montreal Alouettes defeats Saskatchewan Roughriders, 28-27

2010-11-28

98th CFL Grey Cup: Montreal Alouettes defeats Saskatchewan Roughriders, 21-18

2012-03-22

Largest protest in Quebec's history occurs in Montreal with over 200,000 people marching against government tuition hikes and for free access to post-secondary education

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Montreal - Notable Birthdays

Pierre TrudeauOct 18, 1919

Doug HarveyDec 19, 1924

Oscar PetersonAug 15, 1925

William ShatnerMar 22, 1931

Jean Marc BeliveauAug 31, 1931

Scotty BowmanSep 18, 1933

Leonard CohenSep 21, 1934

Ken DrydenAug 4, 1947

Guy LafleurSep 20, 1951

Mike BossyJan 22, 1957

Tim RainesSep 16, 1959

Mario LemieuxOct 5, 1965

Patrick RoyOct 5, 1965

Moises AlouJul 3, 1966

Pierre TurgeonAug 28, 1969

Martin BrodeurMay 6, 1972

Mary PierceJan 15, 1975

Alexandre BilodeauSep 8, 1987

Montreal - Birthdays
Date Event
1763-12-28

John Molson, founded Montreal brewery (Molsons)

1787-05-07

Jacques Viger, French Canadian politician, first mayor of Montreal (d. 1858)

1799-10-30

Ignace Bourget, bishop of Montreal (d. 1885)

1845-12-23

Emmanuel-Persillier Lachapelle, dr (found Notre Dame Hosp Montreal)

1855-10-29

Paul Bruchési, archbishop of Montreal (d. 1939)

1871-10-09

George Gauthier, Bishop of Montreal and rector of the Université de Montréal (d. 1940)

1885-02-04

Cairine Ray Wilson, Montreal, 1st female Canadian senator (appointed)

1889-08-13

Camillien Houde, Quebec politician, mayor of Montreal (d. 1958)

1896-06-30

Wilfred Pelletier, Montreal Canada, conductor (Voice of Firestone)

1901-03-15

Colin McPhee, Montreal Canada, composer (H2O, Mechanical Princibles)

1901-09-12

Ben Blue, Montreal, Quebec, Canadian actor and comedian (Accidental Family, Frank Sinatra Show)

1904-04-16

Fifi D'Orsay, Montreal, actress (Life Jimmy Dolan, Girl from Calgary)

1904-04-26

Paul E "Cardinal" Leger, archbishop (Montreal)

1907-08-03

Lawrence Brown, Duke Ellington: Live in Montreal

1909-02-14

A Moses Klein, Montreal, poet (Hath Not a Jew...)

1911-10-24

Paul Grégoire, French Canadian archbishop of Montreal (d. 1993)

1913-09-15

Henry Dreyfus Brant, Montreal Canada, composer (Great American Goot)

1916-02-18

Jean Drapeau, mayor of Montreal (1954- )

1916-9-12

Cat Anderson, Duke Ellington: Live in Montreal

1917-05-25

Jimmy Hamilton, Duke Ellington: Live in Montreal

1918-05-15

Joseph Wiseman, Montreal, actor (Dr No, Viva Zapata, Les Miserables)

1919-04-23

Talivaldis Kenins, Montreal Stories: 1912

1919-05-05

George London, Montreal Canada, bass-baritone (Monterone-Rigoleto)

1919-10-18

Pierre Trudeau, Montreal Quebec, 15th Prime Minister of Canada

1919-12-25

Paul David, French Canadian cardiologist, founder of the Montreal Heart Institute (d. 1999)

1920-07-12

Paul Gonsalves, Duke Ellington: Live in Montreal

1921-08-04

Maurice "Rocket" Richard, Montreal Canadien (MVP-1947)

1922-10-17

Pierre Juneau, Montreal, Canada, film and broadcast executive, (d. 2012)

1922-11-13

Madeleine Sherwood, Montreal, actress (Mother Superior-Flying Nun)

1924-06-13

Percy Rodrigues, Montreal Quebec, actor (Brainwaves)

1924-12-19

Doug Harvey, Montreal Quebec, Canadian ice hockey player

1925-03-22

Gilles Pelletier, Jesus of Montreal

1925-08-15

Oscar Peterson, Montreal Quebec, Canadian jazz pianist and composer

1926-06-03

Colleen Dewhurst, Montreal Canada, actress (Maggie-Blue & Grey)

1927-05-11

Mort Sahl, Montreal, comedian/political satirist/beatnik (Big Party)

1928-12-19

Galt MacDermot, Montreal Canada, composer (Letting Down My Hair)

1930-07-25

Maureen Forrester, Montreal Canada, contralto (Ressurection Symphony)

1930-10-12

Denis Brodeur, 100 Years of the Montreal Canadiens

1931-01-19

Robert MacNeil, Montreal, news anchor (NBC Weekend News, 1965-67)

1931-01-27

Mordecai Richler, Montreal author, (Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz)

1931-03-22

William Shatner, Montreal Canada, actor (Star Trek, T J Hooker)

1931-06-27

Charles Bronfman, CEO (Seagrams, Montreal Expos)

1931-08-31

Jean Marc Beliveau, Trois-Rivieres Quebec, NHL center (Montreal Canadiens, 10 Stanley Cups)

1931-08-31

Jean Béliveau, 100 Years of the Montreal Canadiens

1931-12-12

Lionel Blair, Montreal, choreographer (Spotlight)

1931-12-17

Robert Chesterman, McGill, Mahler and Montreal

1932-10-16

Claude Léveillée, Jesus of Montreal

1933-07-14

Robert Bourassa, Montreal, premier of Quebec (1970-76, 1985- )

1933-09-18

Scotty Bowman, Montreal Quebec, NHL player/coach (Montreal Canadians/Detroit Red Wings)

1933-12-09

Monique Miller, Jesus of Montreal

1934-09-21

Leonard Cohen, Montreal, singer/songwriter (Death of Ladies Man)

1935-05-12

Felipe Alou, The Perfect Storm: Story on the 1994 Montreal Expos

1936-02-29

Henri "Rocket" Richard, NHL center (Montreal Canadiens)

1939-04-27

Jerry Mercer, Montreal Canada, rock drummer (April Wine)

1939-05-27

Jerry Mercer, rock drummer (April Wine Montreal Montreal)

1939-06-10

Alexandra Stewart, Montreal, actress (In Praise of Older Women)

1941-01-01

Fernando Suarez Paz, Astor Piazzolla: Live at the Montreal Jazz Festival

1941-06-25

Denys Arcand, director (Jesus of Montreal)

1941-07-10

Jake Eberts, Montreal, Quebec, film producer (Chariots of Fire, Dances with Wolves), (d. 2012)

1942-05-29

Pierre Bourque, Former mayor of Montreal

1942-07-01

Genevieve Bujold, Montreal, actress (King of Hearts, Choose Me, Coma)

1943-07-01

François Dompierre, Jesus of Montreal

1944-10-29

Claude Brochu, Major League Baseball executive (Montreal Expos)

1944-12-12

Jean Doré, Canadian politician, mayor of Montreal

1945-03-08

Frank Vitale, Montreal Main

1945-04-14

Roger Frappier, Jesus of Montreal

1945-04-17

Ferenc Konrád, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1946-10-12

László Sárosi, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1946-10-23

Miklós Németh, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1947-08-04

Ken Dryden, Hamilton Ontario, NHL goalie (Montreal Canadiens, 6 Stanley Cups)

1947-11-30

Véronique Le Flaguais, Jesus of Montreal

1948-01-15

Tommy Nolan, Montreal Canada, actor (Jody-Buckskin)

1948-04-24

István Ifj. Szívós, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1948-06-23

Myles Goodwyn, Montreal, rock guitarist/vocalist (April Wine)

1948-07-13

Don Sweet, Vancouver, CFL, NFL place kicker (Montreal, Green Bay)

1948-08-08

Tibor Cservenyák, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1949-03-16

Victor Garber, Montreal Quebec, actor (Days & Nights of Molly Dodd)

1949-03-24

Steve Lang, Montreal Canada, rock bassist (April Wine)

1949-05-26

Dayle Haddon, Montreal Quebec Canada, actress (Bedroom Eyes)

1949-06-22

Gary Moffet, Montreal, rock guitarist (April Wine)

1951-04-07

Bob Berg, Miles Davis: Live from the Montreal Jazz Festival

1951-08-17

Robert Joy, Montreal Quebec, actor (Big Shots, Suicide Club)

1951-09-20

Guy Lafleur, Thurso Quebec, NHL right wing (Montreal, NY Rangers)

1951-10-01

Brian Greenway, Montreal, rock guitarist/vocalist (April Wine)

1951-9-09

Ildikó Tordasi, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1952-04-19

Pauline Martin, Jesus of Montreal

1952-06-16

Gino Vanelli, Montreal Quebec, singer (Living Inside Myself)

1952-08-05

Tamás Faragó, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1953-05-09

Daniel Talbot, Montreal Que, golfer (Quebec Open-1979, 81, 84)

1953-09-29

Jean-Claude Lauzon, Montreal, director/writer (Leola, Night Zoo)

1953-12-13

Zoltán Magyar, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1954-02-23

György Gerendás, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1954-04-11

Attila Sudár, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1954-04-24

Vince Ferragamo, NFL/CFL quarterback (LA Rams, Montreal Alouettes)

1954-05-28

João Carlos de Oliveira, Games of the XXI Olympiad Montreal 1976

1954-07-01

György Horkai, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1954-11-20

Frank Marino, Montreal Canada, rock guitarist (Mahogany Rush)

1955-09-22

Jerry Anderson, Montreal, Canadian Tour golfer (Quebec Open-1982, 83)

1955-11-18

Luis Pujols, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Montreal Expos

1956-06-23

György Kenéz, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1957-01-22

Mike Bossy, Montreal Quebec, NHL forward (NY Islanders), 1st 50 goals in 50 game

1957-03-18

Danielle Godin, Jesus of Montreal

1957-04-14

Lothaire Bluteau, Jesus of Montreal

1957-09-14

Tim Wallach, Huntington Park, California, American MLB player (Montreal Expos 1980-1992)

1958-11-13

Linda Jackson, Montreal Quebec, cyclist (Olympics-96)

1959-09-16

Tim Raines, Sanford Florida, American baseball player (Montreal Expos)

1959-10-16

Cédric Noël, Jesus of Montreal

1960-11-13

Teodora Ungureanu, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1961-09-12

Mylene Farmer, Montreal Canada, french singer (Cendres de Lune)

1962-04-04

Tina Tombs, Montreal Quebec, LPGA golfer (1990 Jamie Farr Toledo)

1962-05-08

Terry Baker, CFL kicker (Montreal Alouettes)

1962-05-31

Corey Hart, Montreal Canada, vocalist (I Wear My Sunglasses at Night)

1963-01-05

Jeff Fassero, Springfield IL, pitcher (Montreal Expos)

1963-02-06

Mike Hough, Montreal, NHL left wing (Florida Panthers)

1963-04-16

Garry Galley, Montreal, NHL defenseman (Buffalo Sabres)

1963-04-23

Benoit Doucet, Montreal Quebec, hockey forward (Team Germany 1998)

1963-07-16

Catherine Wilkening, Jesus of Montreal

1963-10-20

Julie Payette, Montreal Quebec, astronaut

1963-10-23

David Bedard, Montreal QUE, 3m springboard diver (Oly-84, 88, 92, 96)

1963-11-06

Jean-Marc Chouinard, Montreal Quebec, epee (Olympics-96)

1964-01-05

Tracy Ham, CFL quarterback (Montreal Alouettes)

1964-06-27

Valérie Gagné, Jesus of Montreal

1964-07-14

Jack Kay Jr, Montreal Que, Canadian Tour golfer (1991 Singapore Open)

1964-08-10

Andy Stankiewicz, Inglewood CA, infielder (NY Yankees, Montreal Expos)

1965-01-26

Lou Frazier, US baseball outfielder (Montreal Expos)

1965-01-31

Bobby Dollas, Montreal, NHL defenseman (Anaheim Mighty Ducks)

1965-02-10

Lenny Webster, New Orleans LA, catcher (Montreal Expos)

1965-04-17

Marquis Grissom, The Perfect Storm: Story on the 1994 Montreal Expos

1965-08-12

Barry Manuel, Mamou LA, pitcher (Montreal Expos)

1965-10-05

Mario Lemieux, Montreal Quebec, NHL high scoring center (Pitts Penguin, #66)

1965-10-05

Patrick Roy, Quebec City Quebec, NHL goalie (Montreal Canadiens, Colorado Avalanche)

1965-10-12

J Daigneault, Montreal, NHL defenseman (Pitts Penguins)

1965-12-14

Ken Hill, Lynn, Massachusetts, American MLB pitcher (Montreal Expos)

1966-02-17

Luc Robitaille, Montreal, NHL left wing (NY Rangers, Pitts Penguins)

1966-03-07

Mel Rojas, Haina Dom Rep, pitcher (Montreal Expos)

1966-05-19

Marc Bureau, Trois Rivieres, NHL center (Montreal Canadiens)

1966-06-11

Scott Mellanby, Montreal, NHL right wing (Florida Panthers)

1966-06-22

Paul Randolph, CFL linebacker (Montreal Alouettes)

1966-07-02

Tim Spehr, Excelsior Springs MO, catcher (Montreal Expos)

1966-07-03

Moises Alou, Atlanta Georgia, MLB outfielder (Montreal Expos)

1966-07-03

Moises Alou, The Perfect Storm: Story on the 1994 Montreal Expos

1966-07-19

David Segui, KC KS, infielder (Montreal Expos)

1966-08-13

Shayne Corson, NHL forward (Team Canada Oly-1998, Montreal)

1966-08-21

John Wetteland, The Perfect Storm: Story on the 1994 Montreal Expos

1966-09-08

Mike Dyer, Upland California, pitcher (Montreal Expos)

1966-09-28

Kevin Baker, Montreal, Canadian Tour golfer (Manitoba Amateur-1988)

1966-10-03

Darrin Fletcher, Elmhurst IL, catcher (Montreal Expos)

1966-10-12

Mel Rojas, Haina Dom Rep, pitcher (Montreal Expos)

1966-10-19

Dave Veres, Montgomery AL, pitcher (Montreal Expos)

1966-10-24

F P Santangelo, Livonia MI, outfielder (Montreal Expos)

1966-11-08

Michael Soles, CFL fullback (Montreal Alouettes)

1966-11-16

Dan Nowosielski, Montreal Quebec, fencing epee (Olympics-96)

1966-11-16

Tim Scott, Hanford California, pitcher (Montreal Expos)

1966-12-01

Larry Walker, The Perfect Storm: Story on the 1994 Montreal Expos

1967-01-25

Randy Mckay, Montreal, NHL right wing (NJ Devils)

1967-03-12

Irvin Smith, CFL cornerback (Montreal Alouettes)

1967-04-23

Rheal Cormier, New Brunswick, pitcher (Montreal Expos)

1967-05-29

Ray Bernard, CFL linebacker (Montreal Alouettes)

1967-06-20

Pat Jablonski, Toledo, NHL goalie (Montreal Canadiens)

1967-08-13

Taro Tan, Montreal Quebec, 65 kg judoka (Olympics-96)

1967-08-28

Chris Armstrong, CFL slot back (Montreal Alouettes)

1967-09-22

Elfrid Payton, CFL linebacker (Montreal Alouettes)

1967-09-29

Dave Silvestri, St Louis MO, infielder (NY Yankees, Montreal Expos)

1967-10-01

Michael Pringle, CFL running back (Montreal Alouettes)

1967-11-08

Henry Rodriguez, Santo Domingo Dom Rep, outfielder (Montreal Expos)

1967-12-17

Vincent Damphousse, Montreal, NHL center (Montreal Canadiens)

1968-02-01

Mark Recchi, Kamloops, NHL right wing (Montreal Canadiens)

1968-02-10

Peter Popovic, Koping Swe, NHL defenseman (Montreal Canadiens)

1968-04-03

Mike Lansing, Rawlins Wyoming, infielder (Montreal Expos)

1968-04-12

Neal Fort, CFL tackle (Montreal Alouettes)

1968-04-24

Tracy Gravely, CFL linebacker (Montreal Alouettes)

1968-06-13

Bruce Beaton, CFL corner (Montreal Alouettes)

1968-07-13

Kai Bjorn, CFL offensive linebacker (Montreal Alouettes)

1968-07-21

Lyle Odelein, Quill Lake Sask, NHL defenseman (Team Canada, Montreal)

1968-07-23

Douglas Craft, CFL defensive back (Montreal Alouettes)

1968-07-30

Charles Gordon, CFL defensive back (Montreal Alouettes)

1968-08-24

Benoit Brunet, Pointe Claire, NHL left wing (Montreal Canadiens)

1968-08-30

Vladimir Malakhov, Sverdlovsk Russia, NHL defenseman (Montreal Canadiens)

1968-09-28

Jock Climie, CFL slot back (Montreal Alouettes)

1968-10-07

Butch Henry, Montreal Expos vs. New York Mets

1968-10-22

Stephane Quintal, Boucherville, NHL defenseman (Montreal Canadiens)

1969-01-15

Delino DeShields, Seaford DE, infielder (Montreal Expos, LA Dodgers)

1969-02-11

Bryan Eversgerd, Montreal Expos vs. New York Mets

1969-02-16

Claude Lambert, Montreal Quebec, boxer (Olympics-96)

1969-03-11

Dan Lacroix, Montreal, NHL left wing (NY Rangers)

1969-05-08

Swift Burch, CFL defensive end (Montreal Alouettes)

1969-06-30

Jim Montgomery, Montreal, NHL center (Phila Flyers)

1969-08-28

Pierre Turgeon, Rouyn Quebec, NHL center (NY Islanders, Montreal Canadiens)

1969-09-16

Andrew Borodow, Montreal, 130 kg freestyle wrestler (Oly-5-92, 96)

1969-10-16

Spencer McLennan, CFL safety (Montreal Alouettes)

1969-11-28

Doug Petersen, CFL defensive end (Montreal Alouettes)

1970-01-23

Sherman Obando, Changuinola Panama, outfielder (Montreal Expos)

1970-02-07

Denis Chasse, Montreal, NHL right wing (Winnipeg Jets)

1970-04-10

Enrico Ciccone, Montreal, NHL defenseman (Chicago Blackhawks)

1970-05-05

Harold Nash, CFL halfback (Montreal Alouettes)

1970-05-17

Alan Wetmore, CFL fullback (Montreal Alouettes)

1970-06-17

Stephane Fiset, Montreal, NHL goalie (Colorado Avalanche)

1970-06-30

Mark Grudzielanek, Milwaukee Wisc, infielder (Montreal Expos)

1970-07-09

Steve Dubinsky, Montreal, NHL center (Chicago Blackhawks)

1970-07-27

Tom Europe, CFL defensive back (Montreal Alouettes)

1970-08-05

Andy Antoine, CFL receiver (Montreal Alouettes)

1970-09-03

Uzooma Okeke, CFL guard (Montreal Alouettes)

1970-10-04

Hency Charles, CFL defensive back (Montreal Alouettes)

1970-11-26

Mark Dixon, CFL offensive linebacker (Montreal Alouettes)

1970-12-01

Kirk Rueter, Centralia IL, pitcher (Montreal Expos)

1971-01-04

Carlos Perez, Dominican/US baseball pitcher (Montreal Expos)

1971-01-27

Patrice Brisebois, Montreal, NHL defenseman (Montreal Canadiens)

1971-02-07

Marvin Graves, CFL quarterback (Montreal Alouettes)

1971-02-24

Brian Savage, Sudbury, NHL left wing (Montreal Canadiens)

1971-04-18

Oleg Petrov, Moscow Russia, NHL right wing (Montreal Canadiens)

1971-06-25

Mike Sutherland, CFL offensive linebacker (Montreal Alouettes)

1971-06-26

Eddie Parenti, Montreal Quebec, 100m butterfly swimmer (Olympics-96)

1971-07-15

Eric Lacroix, Montreal, NHL left wing (LA Kings)

1971-07-25

Pedro Martinez, Manoguayabo Dom Rep, pitcher (Montreal Expos)

1971-08-16

Nigel Williams, CFL receiver (Montreal Alouettes)

1971-08-28

Shane Andrews, Dallas TX, infielder (Montreal Expos)

1971-10-25

Pedro Martinez, The Perfect Storm: Story on the 1994 Montreal Expos

1971-11-26

Emma Robinson, Montreal Quebec, rower (Olympics-96)

1972-01-06

Denis Montana, CFL receiver (Montreal Alouettes, Toronto Argonauts)

1972-01-07

Donald Brashear, Bedford, NHL left wing (Montreal Canadiens)

1972-02-14

Bruno Heppell, CFL full back (Montreal Alouettes)

1972-03-01

Omar Daal, Maracaibo Venezuela, pitcher (Montreal Expos)

1972-03-05

Tom Hipsz, CFL defensive tackle (Montreal Alouettes)

1972-04-24

Nicolas Gill, Montreal Quebec, 86kg judoka (Olympics-bronze-92, 96)

1972-05-06

Martin Brodeur, Montreal Quebec, NHL goalie (NJ Devils, Team Canada)

1972-05-11

Stefen Reid, CFL linebacker (Montreal Alouettes)

1972-05-18

Turner Stevenson, Prince George, NHL right wing (Montreal Canadiens)

1972-06-06

Marko Kiprusoff, Turku FIN, NHL defenseman (Team Finland, Montreal)

1972-06-19

Millard Coleman, CFL receiver (Montreal Alouettes)

1972-08-03

Alain Bolduc, Montreal Quebec, yachter (Olympics-96)

1972-08-24

Chris Right, CFL receiver (Montreal Alouettes)

1972-10-02

Torey Hunter, CFL defensive back (Montreal Alouettes)

1972-10-07

Rahsaan Giddings, CFL linebacker (Montreal Alouettes)

1972-11-20

Yanick Dupre, Montreal, NHL left wing (Phila Flyers)

1972-12-05

Cliff Floyd, Chicago IL, outfielder/1st base (Montreal Expos)

1973-01-28

Robert Braknis, Montreal Quebec, 100m backstroke/4 x 100 (Olympics-96)

1973-04-04

Ryan Coughlin, CFL offensive linebacker (Montreal Alouettes)

1973-05-30

Steve Charbonneau, CFL defensive linebacker (Montreal Alouettes)

1973-08-11

Thomas Haskins, CFL running back (Montreal Alouettes)

1973-09-06

Greg Rusedski, Montreal Quebec, tennis star (1995 Seoul)

1973-09-27

Larry McSeed, CFL linebacker (Montreal Alouettes)

1973-12-10

Marcus Wall, CFL receiver (Montreal Alouettes)

1973-12-22

Annie Pelletier, Montreal Quebec, 3m diver (Olympics-bronze-96)

1974-01-14

Hugues Legault, Montreal Quebec, 50m swimmer (Olympics-96)

1974-02-12

Ian Mcintyre, Montreal, NHL left wing (Vancouver Canucks)

1974-02-15

Ugueth Urbina, Caracas Venezuela, pitcher (Montreal Expos)

1974-03-02

Martine Dessureault, Montreal Quebec, 50m swimmer (Olympics-96)

1974-05-30

David Wilkie, Ellensburg, NHL defenseman (Montreal Canadiens)

1974-06-13

Valeri Bure, Moscow Russia, NHL right wing (Montreal Canadiens, Oly-S-98)

1974-08-16

Bryan Chiu, CFL defensive tackle (Montreal Alouettes)

1974-09-04

Jean Lavertue, Montreal Quebec, weightlifter (Olympics-96)

1974-09-27

Edward Thomas, CFL linebacker (Montreal Alouettes)

1974-10-25

Chris Murray, Port Hardy, NHL right wing (Montreal Canadiens)

1974-11-23

Saku Koivu, Turku Fin, NHL left wing (Montreal Canadiens, Oly-B-98)

1975-01-11

Rory Fitzpatrick, Rochester, NHL defenseman (Montreal Canadiens)

1975-01-12

Jocelyn Thibault, Montreal, NHL goalie (Montreal Canadiens)

1975-01-15

Mary Pierce, Montreal Quebec, tennis star (1995 Australian Open)

1975-01-28

Anne Montminy, Montreal Quebec, 10m diver (Olympics-17-92, 96)

1975-02-07

Alexandre Daigle, Montreal, NHL center (Ottawa Senators)

1975-02-16

Casey Barrett, Montreal Quebec, 200m Butterfly (Olympics-96)

1975-02-25

Hercules Kyvelos, Montreal Quebec, boxer (Olympics-96)

1975-06-09

Carolyne Lepage, Montreal Quebec, 48 kg judoka (Olympics-96)

1975-07-02

Eric Daze, Montreal Quebec, NHL left wing (Chicago Blackhawks)

1976-07-10

Stacey Tookey, Montreal and Edmonton Auditions

1976-08-25

Philippe Comtois, Montreal Quebec, Canadian 3m springboard diver (Olympics-96)

1976-11-15

Jessica Amey, Montreal Quebec, 100m butterfly/4 x 100 (Olympics-96)

1977-01-14

Terry Ryan, St Johns, NHL left wing (Montreal Canadiens)

1977-08-01

Marc Denis, Montreal Quebec, Canadian ice hockey player

1979-11-02

Barbie Belle, Buttman & Rocco Go to Montreal

1987-09-08

Alexandre Bilodeau, Montreal Quebec, Canadian freestyle skier (Gold in 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics)

Montreal - Notable Weddings

Wilfrid LaurierAug 13, 1868

Christopher PlummerOct 2, 1970

Celine DionDec 17, 1994

Justin TrudeauMay 28, 2005

Montreal - Weddings
Date Event
1868-08-13

Prime Minister of Canada Wilfrid Laurier (26) weds Zoé Lafontaine (27) in Montreal, Canada

1970-10-02

Actor Christopher Plummer (40) weds actress Elaine Taylor (26) in Montreal, Quebec

1994-12-17

Queen of Pop Celine Dion (26) weds her manager Rene Angelil (52) at Notre Dame Basilica in Montreal, Canada

1996-06-22

"Full House" actress Candace Cameron (20) weds Montreal Canadiens hockey player Valeri Bure (22) at the Church of the Valle in Van Nuys, California

2005-05-28

Politician Justin Trudeau (33) weds tv host Sophie Grégoire (30) in a Catholic ceremony at Montreal's Sainte-Madeleine d'Outremont Church

Montreal - Deaths
Date Event
1840-04-19

Jean-Jacques Lartigue, Roman catholic bishop of Montreal (b. 1777)

1858-12-12

Jacques Viger, antiquarian and archeologist, first mayor of Montreal (b. 1787)

1885-06-08

Ignace Bourget, Bishop of Montreal (b. 1799)

1906-10-07

Honoré Beaugrand, Canadian journalist and politician, mayor of Montreal (b. 1848)

1939-09-20

Paul Bruchési, French Canadian Catholic archbishop of Montreal (b. 1855)

1940-08-31

Georges Gauthier, French Canadian Roman Catholic archbishop of Montreal (b. 1871)

1959-11-19

Joseph Charbonneau, archbishop of Montreal (b. 1892)

1980-07-23

Sarto Fournier, Mayor of Montreal (b. 1908)

1981-04-29

Cat Anderson, Duke Ellington: Live in Montreal

1988-09-05

Lawrence Brown, Duke Ellington: Live in Montreal

1991-11-12

Paul E "Cardinal" Leger, cardinal/archbishop of Montreal, dies at 87

1993-10-30

Paul Grégoire, Archbishop of Montreal (b. 1911)

1994-09-20

Jimmy Hamilton, Duke Ellington: Live in Montreal

1999-05-29

João Carlos de Oliveira, Games of the XXI Olympiad Montreal 1976

1999-08-12

Jean Drapeau, Quebec politician, mayor of Montreal (b. 1916)

2002-09-28

Hartland Molson, Canadian businessman (Molson family), senator and sports executive (Montreal Canadiens) (b. 1907)

2002-12-05

Bob Berg, Miles Davis: Live from the Montreal Jazz Festival

2007-06-01

Robert Chesterman, McGill, Mahler and Montreal

2008-01-20

Talivaldis Kenins, Montreal Stories: 1912

2011-06-09

Claude Léveillée, Jesus of Montreal

2013-09-26

Denis Brodeur, 100 Years of the Montreal Canadiens

2014-12-02

Jean Béliveau, 100 Years of the Montreal Canadiens

2015-04-21

Ferenc Konrád, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

2015-07-13

Ildikó Tordasi, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

2015-12-19

Montreal Canadiens great Dickie Moore dead at 84


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