Montréal Canadiens
Montréal Canadiens
Rene Bourque
POSITION: Right Wing
HEIGHT: 6' 2"
BIRTHDATE: 10/12/1981
AGE: 32
DRAFTED: undrafted
AHL All-Rookie Team (2005) Dudley "Red" Garrett Memorial Trophy (AHL - Top Rookie) (2005) Signed as a free agent by Chicago, July 29, 2004. Traded to Calgary by Chicago for Calgary's 2nd round choice (later traded to Toronto Toronto selected Brad Ross) in 2010 Entry Draft, July 1, 2008. Traded to Montreal by Calgary with Patrick Holland and Calgary's 2nd round choice (Zachary Fucale) in 2013 Entry Draft for Mike Cammalleri, Karri Ramo and Montreal's 5th round choice (Ryan Culkin) in 2012 Entry Draft, January 12, 2012.
- Recorded his 1st point (assist) of the season on Jan. 24 at WSH
- Scored his 1st goal of the season and earned the 3rd star on Jan. 29 vs. WPG
- Had a 3-game point streak (Jan. 24 to 29), posting a 1-2-3 record
- Scored 2 goals and earned the 2nd star on Feb. 2 vs. BUF
- Produced 2 assists, 7 shots and a +2 differential on Feb. 7 at BUF
- Served 5 hits on Feb. 9 vs. TOR
- Scored the overtime game-winning goal on Feb. 14 at FLA
- Recorded 2 points (1-1-2) and a +2 differential on Feb. 16 vs. PHI
- Had 6 hits at his return to action on April 9 vs. WSH, after missing 21 games due to a concussion suffered on Feb. 21 vs. NYI.


Played his 400th NHL career game on October 20 against the New York Rangers.

Had a 4-game point streak (December 1 to 6), posting a 3-2-5 record.

Bourque played his first game in a Canadiens uniform on January 15, 2012 at the Bell Centre.

Scored his first goal with the Canadiens and maintained a plus-1 differential on January 21 at Toronto.

Notched his 1st assist with the Canadiens on February 2 at New Jersey.

Scored one goal and maintained a plus-2 differential on February 11 at Toronto.


Rene Bourque was acquired by the Canadiens on January 12, 2012 as part of a trade that sent forward Michael Cammalleri to the Calgary Flames.

In both 2009-10 and 2010-11, Bourque ranked second on the Flames in goals scored with 27, finishing just behind captain Jarome Iginla.