A history of NHL trades and signings from June 1960 to present. I have compiled this list from every source that I could find. Some years have missing months. If you know of any further sources that would help fill in the holes, let me know. Thanks and enjoy the info. I have compiled this for you..the hockey junkie.

TRADES OF 1968

JANUARY 1968

9- To Oakland: Ted Hampson, Marshall Johnston and John Brenneman
To Detroit: Kent Douglas

13- St. Louis claimed Jean Guy Talbot off waivers from Detroit

21- To Minnesota: Bronco Horvath
To Toronto: cash

FEBRUARY 1968

27- To Philadelphia: Art Stratton
To Pittsburgh: Wayne Hicks and cash

28- To Pittsburgh: Wayne Hicks
To Philadelphia: cash

MARCH 1968

3- To Detroit: Frank Mahovlich, Garry Unger, Pete Stemkowski and Carl Brewer
To Toronto: Paul Henderson, Norm Ullman and Floyd Smith

Minnesota signed Lou Nanne as a FA

To Rochester (AHL): Duke Harris
To Toronto: cash

8- To Toronto: Doug Barrie
To Detroit: cash

20- Toronto signed Rene Robert as a FA

25- To Toronto: Pat Quinn
To St. Louis: cash

30- Montreal signed Lyle Carter as a FA

MONTREAL CANADIENS WON THE STANLEY CUP, DEFEATING THE BLUES IN 4 GAMES

MAY 1968

14- To Rangers: Larry Popein
To Oakland: cash

20- To Los Angeles: Skip Krake
To Boston: 1st round pick in 1970 (Reggie Leach)

21- To Montreal: Alain Caron, Wally Boyer and Lyle Bradley
To Oakland: Francois Lacombe, Norm Ferguson, Stan Fuller and Michel Jacques

To Pittsburgh: John Arbour
To Boston: Jean Pronovost

23- To Chicago: Jim Pappin
To Toronto: Pierre Pilote

27- To Detroit: Ron Harris and Bob Baun
To Oakland: Doug Roberts, Gary Jarrett, Howie Young and Chris Worthy


JUNE 1968

6- To Phoenix (WHL): Bob Charlebois and Leo Thiffault
To Minnesota: Walt McKechnie

To Rochester (AHL): Murray Hall
To Toronto: cash

Vancouver received Brian Kilrea from Los Angeles in reverse draft
Rangers received Larry Hillman from Toronto in Intra-League draft
Minnesota received Larry Hillman from Rangers in Intra-League draft
Hershey (AHL) received Ted Snell from Boston in reverse draft

To Minnesota: Jake Rathwell
To Montreal: cash

Minnesota received Larry Hale from Seattle (WHL) in Inter-League draft
Philadelphia received Larry Hale from Minnesota in Intra-League draft

To Boston: Stan Gilbertson
To Vancouver (WHL): cash

Portland (WHL) received Rick Foley from Toronto in reverse draft
Montreal received Len Ronson from San Diego (WHL) in reverse draft
Denver received Ed Hoekstra from Philadelphia in reverse draft

To Toronto: Terry Clancy
To Oakland: cash

Oakland received Brian Perry from Providence (AHL) in Inter-League draft

To Detroit: Doug Barrie
To Toronto: cash

8- To Toronto: Ken Block
To Los Angeles: rights to Red Kelly

10- To Oakland: Bryan Watson
To Montreal: 1st round pick in 1972 (Michel Larocque)

Los Angeles received Noel Price from Pittsburgh in reverse draft

11- To St. Louis: Lou Angotti and Ian Campbell
To Philadelphia: Gerry Melnyk and Darryl Edestrand

To Los Angeles: Gerry Desjardins
To Montreal: 1st round pick, traded to Minnesota, and a 1st round pick in 1972 (Steve Shutt)

To St. Louis: Terry Gray
To Los Angeles: Myron Stakiewicz

To St. Louis: Ted Ouimet
To Montreal: cash

Detroit received Brian Conacher from Toronto in Inter-League draft

To Pittsburgh: Lou Angotti
To St. Louis: Ab McDonald

St. Louis received Myron Stankiewicz from Hershey (AHL) in Inter-Laegue draft

To Vancouver (WHL): Bob Barlow
To Toronto: cash

12- Oakland received Carol Vadnais from Montreal in Inter-League draft
Minnesota received Bill Sutherland from Philadelphia in Inter-League draft
St, Louis received Jacques Plante from the Rangers in Inter-Leagu draft
Toronto received Bill Sutherland from Minnesota in Inter-League draft

To Pittsburgh: Wally Boyer
To Montreal: Al MacNeil

Toronto received Gary Marsh from Detroit in Inter-League draft
Rangers received Gary Plager from Minnesota in Inter-League draft
Boston received Jean Gauthier from Philadelphia in Inter-League draft

To Minnesota: Wayne Hillman, Joey Johnston and Dan Seguin
To Rangers: Dave Balon

Minnesota received Duane Rupp from Toronto in Inter-League draft
Minnesota received Fern Rivard from Philly in Inter-League draft

13- To St. Louis: Billy Plager, Camile Henry and Robbie Irons
To Rangers: Wayne Rivers and Don Caley

Vancouver (WHL) received George Gardner from Detroit in reverse draft
Buffalo (AHL) received Seth Martin from St. Louis in reverse draft
San Diego (WHL) received Jack McCartan from Oakland in reverse draft
Cleveland (AHL) received Rocky Farr from Montreal in reverse draft
Philadelphia received Allan Stanley from Toronto in Inter-League draft

27- To St. Louis: Seth Martin
To Buffalo (AHL): cash

JULY 1968

1- To Portland (WHL): Gerry Goyer
To Chicago: cash

To Los Angeles: Larry Cahan
To Montreal: Brain D. Smith and Yves Locas

AUGUST 1968

To Oakland: Len Ronson
To Montreal: cash

To Montreal: Howie Glover
To Cleveland (AHL): Jim Mikol and Bill Staub

To Rangers: Bob Blackburn
To Buffalo (AHL): cash

SEPTEMBER 1968

To Los Angeles: Wayne Thomas, Gary Croteau and Brian Murphy
To Toronto: Grant Moore and Lou Deveault

Philadelphia signed Bob Taylor as a FA

12- Boston signed Joe Junkin as a FA

13- To Rangers: Ron Boehm
To Oakland: cash

27- Chicago signed Jim Wiste as a FA

OCTOBER 1968

To Vancouver (WHL): Darryl Sly
To Toronto: cash

To Seattle (WHL): John Hanna
To Philadelphia: cash

To Vancouver (WHL): Al Millar
To Philadelphia: cash

Minnesota signed Mike Chernoff as a FA

To Pittsburgh: Doug Barrie
To Detroit: cash

1- To Pittsburgh: Bob Woytowich
To Minnesota: 1st round pick

2- Chicago claimed Howie Young off waivers from Oakland

10- To Los Angeles: Jimmy Peters
To Detroit: Terry Sawchuk

28- To St. Louis: Nom Dennis
To Montreal: cash

NOVEMBER 1968

To San Diego (WHL): Len Ronson
To Oakland: cash

To Vancouver (WHL): Ted McCaskill
To Minnesota: cash

12- To Los Angeles: Ron C. Anderson
To Detroit: Paul Popiel

15- To Minnesota: Brian D. Smith
To Montreal: cash

22- Pittsburgh claimed Larry Hillman off waivers from Minnesota

To Montreal: Larry Hillman
To Pittsburgh: Jean Guy Legace

29- St. Louis signed Dickie Moore as a FA

To Oakland: Bob Dillabough
To Pittsburgh: Billy Harris

DECEMBER 1968

To Philadelphia: Bob Sneddon
To Chicago: Brian Bradley

To Quebec (AHL): Keith Wright
To Philadelphia: cash

To Rangers: Guy Trottier
To Buffalo (AHL): cash

23- To Seattle (WHL): Art Stratton, Ray Larose and Bob Courcy
To Philadelphia: Earl Heiskala

RETIRED AFTER THE 1967-68 SEASON

Bill Masterton, Minnesota North Stars
Bronco Horvath, Minnesota North Stars
Bernie Geoffrion, New York Rangers
Dickie Moore, St. Louis Blues
Don McKenney, St. Louis Blues

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3 Comments:

At November 22, 2011 at 5:05 AM , Anonymous RINKSTEAK said...

JUNE 12- RANGERS RECEIVE BILLY PLAGER FROM MINNESOTA IN INTRA-LEAGUE DRAFT.

 
At November 22, 2011 at 5:06 AM , Anonymous RINKSTEAK said...

MAY 21- PENGUINS RECEIVE JEAN PRONOVOST AND JOHN ARBOR, BRUINS RECEIVE CASH.

 
At January 1, 2012 at 2:13 PM , Anonymous rinksteak said...

Correction to my own post on the May 21st trade. Boston received Pittsburgh's 1st round selection in the 1969 Amateur Draft which they used to take Frank Spring.

 

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