July 24: This Day in NHL History

Monday, July 24, 2017 9

July 24 NHL History 1975: Forward Jamie Langenbrunner, a Stanley Cup winner with the Dallas Stars and New Jersey Devils, is born in Cloquet, Minnesota. Langenbrunner, Dallas’ second-round pick (No. 35) in the 1993 NHL Draft, joins the Stars for good in 1996; three years later, he helps them win the Cup. He’s traded to New […]

June 5: This Day in NHL History

Monday, June 05, 2017 13

THIS DATE IN HISTORY: June 5 1963: The NHL holds its first amateur draft at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal. The six teams select 21 players. The Montreal Canadiens have the first pick and select forward Garry Monahan. The Detroit Red Wings, picking second, take forward Peter Mahovlich, one of two players among the […]

Jamie Langenbrunner to the Wild?

Thursday, July 18, 2013 9

Jamie Langenbrunner, 38, does not want to retire just yet. He was limited to just four games during the 2012-13 season due to a torn labrum. Langenbrunner is an unrestricted free agent, but there seems to be little interest in his services at this point. He seems to be hopeful that the Minnesota Wild (he’s […]