4-time Stanley Cup winner Johnny Wilson passes away
Detroit, MI – Former Detroit Red Wing forward Johnny Wilson has died. He was 82.
Wilson was a four-time Stanley Cup champion with Detroit in the 1950's. He had 161 goals and 171 assists in 688 NHL games with the Red Wings, Blackhawks, Maple Leafs and Rangers.
Following his playing career, Wilson coached seven seasons in the NHL with Los Angeles, Detroit, Colorado and Pittsburgh.
He is the uncle of current Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Ron Wilson.