|5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
170 lb (77 kg)
Detroit Red Wings
Kansas City Scouts
|Born||January 24, 1949,|
Verdun, QC, CAN
|Pro Career||1969 – 1983|
Originally a product of the Montreal Canadiens' system, Charron played twenty games with the Canadiens before he was traded during the middle of the 1970–71 NHL season to the Detroit Red Wings in the deal that sent Frank Mahovlich to Montreal. He played with the Red Wings until he was traded to the expansion Kansas City Scouts in 1974. Prior to the 1976–77 NHL season, Charron signed as a free agent with the Washington Capitals, where he played until he retired following the 1980–81 NHL season. Despite playing in 734 NHL regular season games, he never appeared in a single playoff game, which is a record bested only by Olli Jokinen.
He scored 221 goals and 309 assists in his NHL career.
- Won the Memorial Cup in 1968-69 with the Montreal Junior Canadiens.
- Won the 1999–2000 Commissioner's Trophy.
|Kansas City Scouts captains
Colorado Rockies captains
|Washington Capitals captains
|Head Coaches of the Calgary Flames
|Head Coaches of the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim
|Calgary Flames Head Coaches|
|MacNeil • Johnson • Crisp • Risebrough • Charron • King • Pagé • Brian Sutter • Hay • Gilbert • MacNeil • D. Sutter • Playfair • Keenan • Brent Sutter • Hartley • Gulutzan • Peters • Ward • D. Sutter|
|Anaheim Ducks Head Coaches|
|Wilson • Page • Hartsburg • Charron • Bryan Murray • Babcock • Carlyle • Boudreau • Carlyle • Bob Murray • Eakins|
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