This Day In Hockey History (7/29)

Today we have a nice little moment to close out the week.  Los Angeles was coming off a rather lackluster season and needed to make a move.  Out went one of their beloved players and this is how the trade went down 17 years ago today.

 

 

July 29, 1994


L.A. Kings traded Luc Robitialle to the Pittsburgh Penguins, in exchange for Rick Tocchet and a second round draft choice (Pavel Rosa) in 1995.

 

About Chris Wassel

Simply I am a hockey writer who is a jack of all trades. Whether it is draft, fantasy, NHL, KHL, AHL, etc...I probably can write about it. The challenge in hockey is to be able to step out of your comfort zone and write like you are still there. Hopefully you enjoy the humor in the writing on the site and tell your friends. Thanks for reading!

This Day In Hockey History (7/29)

Much apologies for the lack of posting but as always we try to improvise on The Program. Today on this moment, we type from a stormy ocean. Today a gem from 25 years ago.

 

 

July 29, 1985


 

Jean Perron replaced Jacques Lemaire as Head Coach of the Montreal Canadiens. Lemaire resigned to became an Assistant to Managing Director Serge Savard and Director of Hockey Personnel.

About Chris Wassel

Simply I am a hockey writer who is a jack of all trades. Whether it is draft, fantasy, NHL, KHL, AHL, etc...I probably can write about it. The challenge in hockey is to be able to step out of your comfort zone and write like you are still there. Hopefully you enjoy the humor in the writing on the site and tell your friends. Thanks for reading!

This Day In Hockey History (7/29)

BallHype: hype it up!

Hump day and time for a middle of the week moment. Hopefully there are no dogs today.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Lt76Baa2h0&hl=en&fs=1&

An old Mike Bullard fight….

July 29, 1991



Philadelphia traded Mike Bullard to Toronto in exchange for future considerations (3rd round draft choice in 1993 – Vaclav Prospal).

About Chris Wassel

Simply I am a hockey writer who is a jack of all trades. Whether it is draft, fantasy, NHL, KHL, AHL, etc...I probably can write about it. The challenge in hockey is to be able to step out of your comfort zone and write like you are still there. Hopefully you enjoy the humor in the writing on the site and tell your friends. Thanks for reading!

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