1928–29 NHL transactions

The following is a list of all team-to-team transactions that have occurred in the National Hockey League (NHL) during the 1928–29 NHL season. It lists which team each player has been traded to and for which player(s) or other consideration(s), if applicable.

TransactionsEdit

May 18, 1928 To Boston Bruins
Red Green
To New York Americans
Harry Connor
[1][2]
June 20, 1928 To Boston Bruins
Eddie Rodden
To Toronto Maple Leafs
cash
[1][3]
September 1, 1928 To Pittsburgh Pirates
Mickey MacKay
To Chicago Black Hawks
cash
[1][4]
September 1, 1928 To Detroit Cougars
Bob Connors
To New York Americans
cash
[1][5]
September 1, 1928 To Boston Bruins
rights to Frank Waite
To New York Rangers
cash
[1][6]
September 30, 1928 To Pittsburgh Pirates
Albert Holway
To Montreal Maroons
cash
[1][7]
October 1, 1928 To Toronto Maple Leafs
George Horne
To Montreal Maroons
Fred Elliott
[1][8]
October 14, 1928 To New York Americans
Johnny Sheppard
To Detroit Cougars
cash
[1][9]
October 15, 1928 To New York Americans
Punch Broadbent
To Ottawa Senators
cash
[1][10]
October 15, 1928 To New York Americans
Charley McVeigh
To Chicago Black Hawks
Alex McKinnon
[1][11]
October 17, 1928 To New York Americans
Babe Dye
To Chicago Black Hawks
$15,000 cash
[1][12]
October 18, 1928 To Toronto Maple Leafs
Lorne Chabot
$10,000 cash
To New York Rangers
John Ross Roach
[1][13]
October 18, 1928 To Chicago Black Hawks
Clem Loughlin
To Detroit Cougars
cash
[1][14]
October 23, 1928 To Detroit Cougars
Bernie Brophy
To Montreal Maroons
cash
[1][15]
October 25, 1928 To Boston Bruins
Cy Denneny
To Ottawa Senators
cash
[1][16]
November 1, 1928 To Pittsburgh Pirates
Joe Miller
$20,000 cash
To New York Americans
Roy Worters
[1][17]
November 13, 1928 To Ottawa Senators
loan of Fred Elliott for the 1928-29 season
To Montreal Maroons
cash
[1][18]
December 12, 1928 To New York Rangers
Russell Oatman
To Montreal Maroons
cash
[1][19]
December 21, 1928 To Boston Bruins
Mickey MacKay
$12,000 cash
To Pittsburgh Pirates
Frank Fredrickson
[1][20]
January 9, 1929 To Montreal Canadiens
loan of Herb Gardiner
To Chicago Black Hawks
loan of Art Lesieur for the remainder of 1928-29 season
[1][21]
January 10, 1929 To Toronto Maple Leafs
Eric Pettinger
rights to Hugh Plaxton
To Boston Bruins
rights to George Owen
[1][22]
January 21, 1929 To Boston Bruins
rights to Myles Lane
To New York Rangers
$7,500 cash
[1][23]
January 25, 1929 To Boston Bruins
Bill Carson
To Toronto Maple Leafs
cash
[1][24]
February 12, 1929 To Toronto Maple Leafs
Baldy Cotton
To Pittsburgh Pirates
Gerry Lowrey
$9,500 cash
[1][25]
February 14, 1929 To Montreal Maroons
George Boucher
To Ottawa Senators
Joe Lamb
[1][26]
February 15, 1929 To Pittsburgh Pirates
Jesse Spring
loan of Edmond Bouchard for the remainder of 1928-29 season
To New York Americans
loan of Tex White for the remainder of 1928-29 season
[1][27]
April 15, 1929 To Chicago Black Hawks
rights to Taffy Abel
To New York Rangers
$15,000 cash
[1][28]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa "NHL trades for 1928-1929". NHL Trade Tracker. Retrieved July 13, 2021.
  2. ^ Diamond, Dan, ed. (2003). Total NHL. Chicago: Triumph Books. p. 516 & 582. ISBN 978-1-57243-604-6.
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