The Montreal Canadians are a professional ice hockey team in Montreal, Quebec. They are the members of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference of the National hockey league. The team is usually referred to as Habs in English and French. They were founded in 1909, and are the longest break free operational NHL club present longer than the actual founding of NHL. They are one of the original six teams from the beginning of NHL. The Canadians have won the Stanley cups the highest number of times. The home ground is Bell centre formerly known as Molson Centre. The previously played at the Montreal forum for seven decades and also for the Stanley Cup championships except the first two.
There are six variants of the Montreal tie:
- Canadians Diamante tie is a purple tie with diamond prints present all over the body. A Kansas City logo is present at the lower right corner that says “Ch” in red and white colour.
- Canadians Rhodes Tie is a dark blue tie with white stripes in a pair running across the body which also overlap each other. The logo “Ch” is printed all over in the empty spaces.
- Canadians Grid Tie has three lighter colour stripes from the upper half and two bright red coloured stripes present across from the other direction. The team logo is present right next to the stripes.
- Canadians Check Tie has a red and blue checked appearance with the team logo printed along one of the stripes present in the lower half.
- Canadians Regiment Tie has red and blue nautical stripes with the team logo present at the lower right corner.
The entire Montreal tie is a hundred percent woven silk. They are 57” long and 3.5” wide. They are licensed officially and are dry clean only.