Rejean Houle

After retirement from the NHL, Rejean Houle took an executive position with the Molson Brewing Company. In 1995, he was assigned to the position of General Manager of the Montreal Canadiens, which he held until 2000. Rejean Houle Currently serves as an ambassador to the Canadiens organization.

Rejean Houle entered the national spotlight as one of the two best junior hockey players in Canada along with Marc Tardif in 1969. The following season, the pair were drafted by the Canadiens through a clause in the NHL rulebook.

Houle played four seasons for the Canadiens, winning the Stanley Cup in 1971 and 1973, before he left to join the Quebec Nordiques of the WHA.  He consistently improved throughout his three seasons with the Nordiques before his return to Montreal at the age of 27. He scored 52 points in 65 games during the1976-77 season, which ended with the Canadiens defending their Stanley Cup title against the Boston Bruins.

Montreal faced Boston again during the following 1978 season, which marked another victory for the Canadiens. In 1979, Montreal won their fourth consecutive Stanley Cup, beating out the New York Rangers.  Houle played another four seasons for the Canadiens before retiring during the 1982-1983 season.