June 12, 2013
This Day In Hockey History: June 12th
1974 - Boston Bruins traded Derek Sanderson to the N.Y. Rangers in exchange for Walt McKechnie.
1978 - Mike Bossy became the third New York Islander in five years to win the Calder Trophy.
1979 - Hockey Hall of Fame announced it's three newest members: Bobby Orr, Henri Richard, and Harry Howell.
1985 - Pittsburgh's Mario Lemieux won the Calder Trophy
1989 - Edmonton General Manager Glen Sather stepped down as the Oilers' coach, and named John Muckler as his replacement.
1989 - Detroit Red Wings signed veteran defenseman Borje Salming.
1990 - Bob Johnson was hired as the head coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins, replacing Craig Patrick, and Scott Bowman was named Director of Player Development and Recruitment.
Happy Birthday to Michel Bergeron, Mathieu Schneider, Bill Cowley, Wade Redden, Marc Tardif, Doug Brown and Paul Ronty
Posted by Joe Pelletier at 1:10 am