The Habs Were The Last Canadian Team To Win A Stanley Cup... 10,000 Days Ago (Literally)

Hockey may be known as Canada's game, but it's been a hot minute since any of our Canadian teams have proven that... In fact, the Montreal Canadiens were the last to.

One Reddit user brought it to people's attention it's been 10,000 days since a Canadian team won the coveted Stanley Cup. And it was indeed the Habs that holds this record.

Even TSN took notice of this record when its official Twitter account retweeted the tweet below.

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According to BarDown Sports, and our own research, Sunday, October 25, 2020, marks 10,000 days since that day, making it a very bitter-sweet milestone.

Yep, the last time a Canadian team took home the Cup was on June 9, 1993, when the Habs beat the Los Angeles Kings.

Out of 31 teams in the NHL, only seven of them are Canadian: Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal.

However, according to QuantHockey, 413 out of 970 players in the NHL hail from the Great White North. That makes 42.6% of the league Canadian.

With the 2020-2021 season starting in January, who knows what the future holds for our favourite team?

This could be our year! Then again, I think we all said that at the start of 2020...