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Thursday, June 12, 2014

Ron Caron, Canadian ice hockey administrator, General Manager of the St. Louis Blues (1983–1993, 1996), died he was 82.

Ronald Caron was a Canadian executive in the National Hockey League (NHL) for the Montreal Canadiens and St. Louis Blues  died he was 82.. A fiery and intense competitor, he was well known for his legendary emotional outbursts.

(December 19, 1929 – January 9, 2012) 

Early life

Caron was born in Hull, Quebec on December 19, 1929. He was a graduate of the University of Ottawa.[1]

Hockey career

Montreal Canadiens

Caron began his career in professional ice hockey as a part-time scout with the Montreal Junior Canadiens in 1959. The team promoted him to head scout in 1968.[1] He succeeded Al MacNeil as head coach of the Montreal Voyageurs for the 1970–71 campaign, but was replaced by Floyd Curry during the season.[2] He was appointed the Voyageurs' general manager the following year.
He joined the Montreal Canadiens as head scout in 1973. Within the next ten campaigns, he would served the team as assistant general manager and director of recruitment and player personnel.[1]

St. Louis Blues

Caron was the GM of the St. Louis Blues from 1983 until 1993.[3] During his tenure, he was involved in bringing players like Doug Gilmour, Brett Hull, and Adam Oates to St. Louis. Before he was hired by St. Louis, he worked for the Montreal Canadiens as their head scout. He won six Stanley Cup rings with Montreal during the 1970s as the assistant general manager. He was nicknamed The Old Professor for his remarkable memory of hockey events.


Caron died on January 9, 2012 at 82.[4]


  • Stanley Cup Champions 1971, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979

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