1920–21 Montreal Canadiens Season - Transactions

Transactions

  • traded Harry Cameron to Toronto St. Pats for cash, November 27, 1920
  • acquired Jack McDonald, Harry Mummery and Dave Ritchie from Hamilton Tigers for Jack Coughlin and the loan of Billy Coutu, November 29, 1920
  • Cully Wilson loaned for season from Toronto St. Pats, January 21, 1921
  • returned Cully Wilson to Toronto St. Pats, February 11, 1921
  • loaned Jack McDonald to Toronto St. Pats for the rest of the season, February 11, 1921
  • signed Dave Campbell as a free agent, February 26, 1921

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