Stéphane Richer

Stephane Richer was selected 29th overall by the Montreal Canadiens in the 1984 NHL draft.

In 1985, he won the Calder Cup followed by the Stanley Cup with the Montreal Canadiens in 1986 and with the New Jersey Devils in 1995.
Stephane is among the all-time leaders (tied for second with six other players) in overtime goals during the playoffs.

He scored 50 goals with the Montreal Canadiens in 1987-88 (becoming the youngest Montreal Canadiens player to score 50 goals in a season - 21 years old) and 51 in 1989-90 (becoming the youngest Montreal Canadiens player to score 100 career goals - 22 years and 205 days), as well as the only one to do so since Guy Lafleur. To date, Stéphane Richer is the last Montreal Canadiens to score 50 goals in a season.

Since 2010, Stéphane has been involved with various organizations that focus on issues such as mental health and bullying in schools.

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