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12-09-2006, 08:23 PM
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habs - leafs trade question

has there been any significant trade between habs and leafs in past?

i'm just curious

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Courtnall for Kordic!

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How did Frank Mahovlich ended up in Montreal?

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How did Frank Mahovlich ended up in Montreal?
He was playing for Detroit when the Habs obtained him.

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Gordon Drillon - 294 pts in 311 GP - Traded to Montreal by Toronto for $30,000, October 4, 1942

George Hainsworth - 246 W 1.93 Avg 465 GP - Traded to Toronto by Montreal for Lorne Chabot, October 1, 1933

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Dickie Moore - Claimed by Toronto from Montreal in Intra-League Draft, June 10, 1964 (kind of trade)

Bert Olmstead - 602 pts 848 GP - Claimed by Toronto from Montreal in Intra-League Draft, June 3, 1958

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Courtnall for Kordic!
Most. Lopsided. Trade. Evar.

Well, the Thornton deal is close, but not quite.

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so not in any bodies life time around herre

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4:51 of Doug Gilmour for a 6th round draft pick.

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4:51 of Doug Gilmour for a 6th round draft pick.
LOL! That was a good one, too. The Habs should make deals with the Leafs more often...

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Didn't Gilmour play only one game, IIRC against the flames, after the trade? For a 6th rounder, I felt pretty bad.

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Didn't Gilmour play only one game, If I recall correctly against the flames, after the trade? For a 6th rounder, I felt pretty bad.
wasn't it only one shift?

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wasn't it only one shift?
Yeah, I seem to recall him not getting too far as well.

I still remember that trade deadline. The Leafs re-acquire Gilmour was a focal point for the coverage of HockeyCentral (with the all-Leafs panel). What a shame that the panel spent more time talking about the trade, than Gilmour's actual time contributed to the team

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wasn't it only one shift?
I think thats what NewGuy meant by 4:51.Meaning 4 minutes and 51 seconds worth of Gilmour for a 6th round pick..

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Tucker ?

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I think thats what NewGuy meant by 4:51.Meaning 4 minutes and 51 seconds worth of Gilmour for a 6th round pick..
ooo i overlooked the 4:51....

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Tucker ?
nah,
traded to Tampa Bay then to Toronto

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traded to Tampa Bay then to Toronto
Right !

And Kilger ; was he signed as a free agent ? or traded to another team ?

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Right !

And Kilger ; was he signed as a free agent ? or traded to another team ?
Claimed on waivers from Mtl

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Right !

And Kilger ; was he signed as a free agent ? or traded to another team ?
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Wasn't there a D**k Duff for Don Marshall way back when. Of course that was with very few teams in the league. In the early 80s there was Michel Larocque traded for I don't remember what. Dan Daoust for I don't remember what again. Robert Picard traded to Montreal. I think Gaston Gingras might of been involved in that one. In the 80s, it was easier because the two teams were in diferent conferences. Lateley, the only trade that comes to mind is Gilmour's cup of tea. I remember Sylvain Lefebvre going to the dark side also, I can't remember what for or if it was a waiver pick up. I think it might have been a draft pick coming our way.

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wasn't it only one shift?
It was a period and a shift. You can actually still get the shift chart for that game on NHL.com. It was too bad that Gilmour's career ended that way though. It would have been better if his last shift in the NHL didn't involve Dave Lowry skating backwards into him and ripping up his knees.

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Wasn't there a D**k Duff for Don Marshall way back when. Of course that was with very few teams in the league. In the early 80s there was Michel Larocque traded for I don't remember what. Dan Daoust for I don't remember what again. Robert Picard traded to Montreal. I think Gaston Gingras might of been involved in that one. In the 80s, it was easier because the two teams were in diferent conferences. Lateley, the only trade that comes to mind is Gilmour's cup of tea. I remember Sylvain Lefebvre going to the dark side also, I can't remember what for or if it was a waiver pick up. I think it might have been a draft pick coming our way.
D1ck Duff : Traded to NY Rangers by Toronto with Arnie Brown, Bob Nevin, Bill Collins and Rod Seiling for Andy Bathgate and Don McKenney, February 22, 1964

Michel Larocque : Traded to Toronto by Montreal for Robert Picard, March 10, 1981

Dan Daoust : Traded to Toronto by Montreal for Toronto's 3rd round choice (later traded to Minnesota - Minnesota selected Ken Hodge Jr.) in 1984 Entry Draft, December 17, 1982

Gaston Gingras : Traded to Toronto by Montreal for Toronto's 2nd round choice (Benoit Brunet) in 1986 Entry Draft, December 17, 1982. Traded to Montreal by Toronto for Larry Landon, February 14, 1985

Sylvain Lefebvre : Traded to Toronto by Montreal for Toronto's 3rd round choice (Martin Belanger) in 1994 Entry Draft, August 20, 1992

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I'm really hoping Your_Rogers_Bill can pop his head in one of these days to offer his keen insight.

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Doug Jarvis for Greg Hubick (?) . Laffs drafted Jarvis and immediately traded
him to Montreal for Hubick ( if not Hubick , some other marginal player.

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Doug Jarvis for Greg Hubick (?) . Laffs drafted Jarvis and immediately traded
him to Montreal for Hubick ( if not Hubick , some other marginal player.
it was hubick .

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