NHL TRADES OF 1960
7 - Boston received Ted Green, Tom Thurlby and Bill Carter from Montreal Canadiens and Jim Bartlett from New York Rangers in Intra-League drafts.
Montreal Canadiens traded Al Johnson to Detroit for cash.
Detroit received Parker MacDonald from New York and Hank Bassen from Vancouver (WHL) in Intra-League drafts.
New York Rangers received Don Johns from Winnipeg (WHL), Jim Morrison from Chicago and Ted Hampson from Toronto in Intra-League drafts.
Chicago traded Glen Skov, Bob Bailey, Terry Gray, Danny Lewicki and Lorne Ferguson to Montreal Canadiens for Ab McDonald, Cec Hoekstra, Bob Courcy and Reggie Fleming.
Chicago traded Howie Glover to Detroit for Jim Morrison.
Toronto received Larry Hillman from Boston in Intra-League draft.
New York Rangers traded Pete Conacher to Detroit for Barry Cullen
7 - New York Rangers traded Eddie Shack to Toronto for Pat Hannigan and Johny Wilson.
27 - Boston traded Jean Guy Gendron to Montreal Canadiens for Andre Pronovost.
Toronto signed Alex Faulkner as a FA.
1 - New York Rangers traded Jim Morrison to Quebec (AHL) for cash.
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