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These events occured in 2013 in the world of hockey:

JanuaryEdit

FebruaryEdit

MarchEdit

22nd-Danbury Whalers win Federal Hockey League championship

AprilEdit

Canadian Junior A League champions

MayEdit

Beginning of National Hockey League playoffs.Edit

May 22nd-Vancouver Canucks fire coach Alain Vigneault after team is swept in first round of playoffs

May 22-Edmonton Oilers defenceman Andy Sutton announces his retirement

May 29th-New York Rangers fire coach John Tortorella after team loses in 2nd round of playoffs

North American Minor LeagueEdit

Central Hockey League Ray Miron President's Cup finalsEdit

Allen Americans win Ray Miron President's Cup on May 11 defeating the Wichita Thunder, 4 games to 3

ECHL Kelly Cup finalsEdit

Reading Royals win Kelly Cup  on May 28th defeating the Stockton Thunder 4 games to 1

Ligue Nord-Americaine de Hockey finalsEdit

Saguenay Marquis win la Coupe Canam, May 17th defeating HC Carvena de Sorel-Tracy in 4 games to 2

American Hockey League Calder Cup playoffs round 2Edit


Bloomington Blaze and Peoria Rivermen approved for membership in Southern Professional Hockey League on May 15th and the Augusta RiverHawks announce they will sit out 2013-14 season on May 14th

Major JuniorEdit

2013 Memorial Cup

United States Junior championsEdit

Amarillo Bulls win NAHL Robertson Cup, May 13th Dubuque Fighting Saints win Clark Cup (USHL playoffs), May 18th

Canadian Junior A Regional Champions (qualify for Royal Bank Cup)Edit

Fred Page Cup (Hosted by Truro Bearcats): Truro Bearcats (May 5th)

note: North Bay also won NOJHL league championshipThe Soo Thunderbirds were also in tournament as the league's other finalist.


Other teams qualifying for Royal Bank Cup (and how qualified) : Summerside Western Capitals (host), Brooks Bandits (runner-up Western Canada Cup)

Canadian Junior A National ChampionshipEdit

JuneEdit

1st- NHL conference finals begin:

6th-St. Louis Blues forward Andy McDonald announces his retirement due to concussion issues


8th-Edmonton Oilers fire head coach Ralph Krueger

11th- Edmonton Oilers named Dallas Eakins head coach

12th-Start of 2013 Stanley Cup Final, Chicago Blackhawks vs. Boston Bruins

19th-Detroit Red Wings announce plans to build new arena to replace Joe Louis Arena

21st-Alain Vigneault named New York Rangers head coach

24th-Chicago Blackhawks defeat the Boston Bruins, 4 games to 2 to win the Stanley Cup

30th-2013 NHL Entry Draft, Prudential Center, Newark, New Jersey with Colorado Avalanche scheduled to have first overall pick.

American Hockey League Calder Cup playoffs round 3Edit

American Hockey League Calder Cup FinalEdit

franchise changesEdit

JulyEdit

AugustEdit

SeptemberEdit

OctoberEdit

NovemberEdit

DecemberEdit


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