Sunday, July 17, 2011

Today in history: July 17

One more birthday today
Hank Therrien: Right wing who played for the Chiefs in several stints between 1959-62. He started the 1959-60 season with the Chiefs, went to Milwaukee, and came back to the Chiefs by the end of the following year. He played the full 1961-62 season in Indy, totaling 16 goals and 14 assists. He had 59 goals and 107 assists in 158 games for the Chiefs in those three seasons. The Chiefs folded after that season, but Therrien posted a 33-goal season with Green Bay of the old minor pro USHL. He played in Green Bay through 1967, when he retired. Therrien also played for the US National Team in 1965-66. A native of Chapleau, Ontario, he was born in 1935. 

No comments:

Post a Comment