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1972: 11/18 Bruins @ Islanders

November 18, 1972: Bruins at Islanders

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All-Time Goal Leaders

PLAYER TEAM NHL SEASONS GAMES GOALS

GORDIE HOWE DETROIT 25 1,687 786
BOBBY HULL 1,036 604
MAURICE RICHARD CHICAGO 15 544
JEA N BELIVEAU 978 507
* FRANK MAHOVLICH MONTREAL 18 1,125 464
1,032
* NORM ULLMAN MONTREAL 18 439
* ALEX DELVECCHIO 1, 187 437
TOR.,DET . 15 1,461 393
BERNIE GEOFFRION 379
TED LINDSAY MONTREAL 883 374
*STAN MIKITA 1,068 363
DET.,TOR. 17
* DEAN PRENTICE 919 349
DETROIT 21 1,281
ANDY BATHGATE . 343
MONTREAL, NY RANGERS 16 1,069 328
* PHIL ESPOSITO
DET.,CHI. 17 613 ASSISTS
* HENRI RICHARD CHICAGO 13 1,094
1,023
NY RANGERS, BOS., 20 768
PITTS.,DET., MINN. 712
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NY RANGERS 16 624 .
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TOR.,DET., PITT. 607
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All-Time Career Assist Leaders

PLAYER TEAM SEASONS GAMES

GORDIE HOWE DETROIT 25 1,687
DETROIT 21 1,461
* ALEX DELVECCHIO MONTREAL 18 1, 125
DET.,TOR. I7 1,187
JEAN BELIVEAU 16 I ,069
TOR.,DET. PITTS
* NORM ULLMAN CHICAGO 13 919
MONTREAL 17 1,094
ANDY BATHGATE DET.,BOS. 17 1, 129

* STAN MIKITA

* HENRI RICHARD

*JOHN BUCYK

All-Time Career Point Leaders

PLAYER TEAM SEASONS GOALS ASSISTS POINTS

GORDIE HOWE DET. 25 786 1,023 1,8 09
507 712 1,219
JEAN BELIVEAU MTL. 18 437 768 1,205
604 549 1, 153
* ALEX DELVECCHIO DET. 21 439 631 1,070
374 617
BOBBY HULL CHI. 15 395 581 991
* NORM ULLMAN 349 624 976
DET.,TOR. 17 544 421 973
* STAN MIKITA
* JOHN BUCYK CHI. 13 328 607 965
464 466 935
ANDY BATHGATE DET. ,BOS. 17 930

MAURICE RICHARD TOR.,DET., PITTS., N.Y.R. 16

* HENRI RICHARD MONTREAL 18
* FRANK MAHOVLICH
MONTREAL 17

TOR. ,DET.,MONTREAL 15

All-Time Reaular-Season Penalty llinute Leaders

PLAYER TEAM SEASONS GAMES MINUTES

TED LINDSAY DET. , CHI. 17 1,068 1,808
GORDIE HOWE 25 1,687 1,643
BILL GADSBY DET. 1,248
*TIM HORTON CHI., N.Y.R., DET., 20 I ,322 1,53 9
TOR., N.Y.R., PITTS.
*BOB BAUN TOR., OAK., DET. 20 959 1,502

16 1,489

* Still active in the NHL

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CONCESSION STANDS: There are eleven concession stands located throughout the building.
TELEPHONES: Telephone banks are located generously throughout the concourse level.
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Photographer Paul Bereswill
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to show the mood .
of the players and the
coach alike at the Islanders
first ever training camp.

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TBI The toughest job in hockey? Who's
TODIBIST that fellow wearing the black and white
striped shirt with the two orange arm
JOBll bands? He's the referee of this madness
BOCllY called NHL hockey. Like the umpire
in baseball, the referee is a friendless
BY IOIMll M1cLBll/ soul who performs without praise under
THI HOCIBY IBWS unrelenting pressure. He must make
split second decisions while dodging
pucks and players.

Ian ''Scotty'' Morrison is the
Referee-in-Chief of the NHL with
Frank Udvari, Dutch Van Deelen and
Dan McLeod acting as supervisors.
Morrison assigns his men to games in
the National Hockey League and the
American , Central and Western Hock-
ey Leagues. The less experienced offi-
cials work the minor league games.

''Our referees are screened more
than any player in the league," says
Morrison. "Every night in the week
we observe, evaluate and file our
reports on them. They start out ii:i the
CHL or AHL and work up to the NHL

Another responsibilitY of game officials is to check on the legality of players' equipment. Herl' referee Art Skov impounds Dennis Hull's

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after gaining at least three years experi- the respect of the players. and fast moving game of hockey. He
ence . Referees, like normal people, are must. race up and down the rink con-
stantly looking while staying in good
The very nature of coaching creates born. They don't suddenly appear on position to see the play.
a problem for the official. A coach is the ice in an NHL rink waving your
under pressure to win-and he wants favorite player to the penalty box. They Though players are constantly block-
the players to decide the game. When go through long periods of training ing his view, he must spot the infrac-
a referee's call affects the game one working as linesmen in the NHL and tions. He has to be in good position
way or the other the coach becomes refereeing in the minors. They have to judge the legality of every goal, lest
upset and takes it out on the official. to be in top physical shape all the time. it be disputed. He's on the ice for sixty
minutes and gets only brief periods of
Fans and players are separate prob- "Off the ice is tougher than on it," rest when line changes are being made
lems . One fan in the Boston Garden says Art Skov, now the NHL's senior and between periods.
caustically evaluated John Ashley's referee. "The job is heavy with idle
work one night with, "That's some time and the loneliness of constant After three periods of steady skating,
game you're missing out there, John." Skov showers quickly and heads for
travel alone. We look forward to the the airport and a game the next night.
Ashley, 42 years old, retired last sea- summer when we get reacquainted with
son. This followed a pattern set by Bill our ·families." ''We always get to the next assign-
Chadwick, a Long Island resident and ment right away. It's a league rule that
the only native New Yorker in the NHL Skov is almost ancient at 44. Unlike you have to be in the city you're work-
Hockey Hall of Fame. "The Big Whis- football and baseball officials who can ing in a day in advance.
tle , " now a TV personality, quit at _ work into their fifties, the fast pace
39. He worked 14 seasons, 778 regular of hockey usually creates retirement in ''Things happen so fast on the ice
games and I05 playoff contests. the early forties . On game days Art that you can't catch everything. It's the
still gets that tense feeling that actors
''A referee has to have common or players get which is a sign of mental players' game. Let them do their thing.
sense and above all control of the and physical alertness. If you do a good job you go
game," says Chadwick. He must have unnoticed.''
"On a typical game day I eat a good
pre-game meal about 3:00 pm., usually When it comes to playoff time, Mor-
with the two linesmen who are working rison, Udvari, Van Deelen and
with me that night. We can't fraternize McLeod make the big decisions. If an
official has done well throughout the
with the players off the ice. We stay season he gets to work in the Stanley
at different hotels and when we see Cup games.
them we greet them in passing.
"There is extra money for the Stan-
"We never talk hockey and that's ley Cup games and the prestige is very
the thing I like. The players let you important to these men," says Morri-
have it on the ice but I never had one son. ''Our referees earn between
confront me about a penalty I gave him $17,000 and $27,000 per year, but they
last week." ;,tll like those Stanley Cup games."

After the opening face-off, Skov is (Continued on page 62)
left to judge the conduct of the frantic

stick during game at Madison Square Garden Rod Gilbert argues here with referee Wally Harris over disputed Ranger fiOa/

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(Continued from page 61) Chicago defenseman Keith Magnuson is being restrnined
from any further discussion with referee Bruce H ood
Former NHL linesman Pat Shetler
admits that playoff games are some- ·Jr.Pro
thing special ..
Hockey Rlink
"Just like the players we get tense
before the games. We get up. The In the safety and comfort of your own backyard.
games mean so much and even get
international attention. We would be • Supported Steel Frame
less than human. if we didn't get a bit
excited," said Shetler. • Plastic Liner

Once on the ice, the word is keep • Screw Lock Construction for Durability
cool. The linesmen separate the heav-
ing, perspiring players, drop the pucks • Simple Assembly As Low As 29. 95
and call icing and offside infractions.
Thru Your Local Sporting Goods Store or Contact:
Lloyd Gilmour, another of the senior
referees at 42, works out of Vancouver. Oceanic Leisure Corp.
A typical week sees him in Los
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Wednesday for a Western Hockey
League game, Phoenix on Thursday,
Oakland on Friday and perhaps in De-
troit on Saturday. Sunday is a day off
before doing the Eastern environs .

"I've left enough articles of clothing
behind in hotels .and airports to start
a haberdashery,'' quips the likeable
Gilmour. "I traveled 120,000 miles
last season."

"We have less trouble with the real
fighters than the actors," says Gil-
mour. ''Some of the players complain
when they make a bad play and try
to shift the blame to the officials.''

Ex-Montreal Canadien coach Toe
Blake blew his top at referee Dalton
MacArthur and slugged the official
after losing a Stanley Cup game in
Chicago.

''Blake was fined $2,000 for his
action by NHL president Clarence
Campbell, himself a former referee,"
noted Morrison. "We'll back our offi-
cials to the hilt."

The referees love the sport as much
as the players , perhaps even more.
They are a dedicated bunch of men
who do a good job under the most trying
of conditions. They're in professional
hockey because they want to be. The
sport needs them because without them
there would be no game.•

ATT-ENTION
HOCKEY FANS

from Manhattan , Brooklyn and Queens.
Now you can take the Long Island Railroad
to see the New York Nets and New York
Islanders at the Nassau Coliseum . Special
discount train-bus package tickets are avail-
able from Penn , Flatbush Ave and Jamaica.
Stations . Special buses will meet trains at
the Westbury Station for the six minute ride
direct to the gates of the Coliseum. Buses
will return to Westbury Station after the
games. Call (212) 739-4200 for train-bus
schedules and package fare information.

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Hockey isn't the onlygame
towatch nextweekend.

Spend next weekend watching away games that are really away.
On any one of Eastem's many sports-filledWeekenders that can make even staying
home seem expensive.
We've got almost every kind of vacation for almost every kind of person for every season.
Watch cricket in Jamaica or Bermuda. Jai Alai in Miami or Mexico City. The horseraces
in San Juan. Play tennis or golf in Florida. Or go fishing in the Bahamas.
In fact, we've got so many things for you to see and do away from home, you may even
feel more at home away.

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a player during a hotly-contested MO 5-3677. Enjoy our fantastic, port. AN 1-8111. Specializing in sea-
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Five minutes via Oak Street Exit makes Virgils a winner anytime.
Go, eat. from The Coliseum. Transportation
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Saturday-October 7 ............................Atlanta
630 Merrick Avenue Thursday-October 12 ......................Los Angeles ·
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Long Island 14 .............................Boston
(516) 292-1620 Tuesday-October 17 .........................Pittsburgh
Saturday-October 21 ................New York Rangers
Closest Diner to Tuesday-October 24 ..........................l\1ontreal
the Coliseum Saturday-October 28 ........................... Chicago
Tuesday-November 14 ........................l\1ontreal
For dining hefore the Saturday-November 18 ..........................Boston
games and snacks Tuesday-November 21 ........................ California
after the games Tuesday-November 28 ..........................Buffalo
Saturday-December 2 ...........................
COCl{TAILS Tuesday-December 5 .......................Los Angeles
SERVED Saturday-December 9 ................New York Rangers
Tuesday-December 12 ........................St. Louis
All baking done on Saturday-December 16 .....................Philadelphia
the premises Thursday-December 21 ......................Vancouver
Saturday-December 23 .......................l\1innesota
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EXIT l l II &'i
Tuesday-January 2 .......... . ..................Atlanta
J EXIT.___ u:i Saturday-January 6 ............................Detroit
Tuesday-January 9 ........................Los Angeles
_JHEM,P--S-T--E-A-D- ]TURNPIKE Sunday-January 14 ...........................St. Louis
Tuesday-January 16 .........................l\1innesota
FRONT STREET Tuesday-January 23 ...................... ·... California
Thursday-February 1 ..........................Chicago
E1z Saturday-February 3 ...........................Buffalo
Tuesday-February 6 ............................Toronto
< Saturday-February 10 ...............New York Rangers
APOLLO < Tuesday-February 20 ........................Pittsburgh
DINER Saturday-February 24 ..........................Detroit
Tuesday-February 27 .......................... Chicago
Jc:l N 74 Saturday-l\1arch 3 ...........................Vancouver
§:z:i w+s E rp. Tuesday-l\1arch 6 .................·............l\1ontreal
Thursday-l\1arch 8 ............................Toronto
SOUTHERN STATE PARKWAY Tuesday-l\1arch 13 ...............................Boston
Saturday-l\1arch 17 ...........................St. Louis
Tuesday-l\1arch 20 ...........................California
Saturday-l\1arch 24 ........................Philadelphia
Tuesday-l\1arch 27 .............................Buffalo

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Road

Sunday-October 29 .............................Boston THAT'S
Wednesday-November 1 ......................California
Friday-November 3 ............. ..............Vancouver A LOT OF
Saturday-Nobember 4 ......................Los Angeles
Wednesday-November 8 ........................Chicago SCORING
Saturday-November 11 ......_.. ................ Minnesota
Thursday-November 16 .........................Atlanta IN ANY
Wednesday-November 22 ...................Philadelphia MAN'S
Saturday-November 25 .......................Pittsburgh
Sunday-November 26 ...........................Buffalo
Sunday-December 3 .............................Boston
Sunday-December 10 ................New York Rangers
Wednesday-December 13 .....................Pittsburgh
Sunday-December 17 ...........................Atlanta
Wednesday-December 20 ......................Montreal
Wednesday-December 27 ...................Los Angeles
Friday-December 29 ......................... California
Saturday-December 30 .......................Vancouver

Wednesday.-January 3 ..........................Buffalo --D--a--ts--u---n---
Sunday-January 7 ..............................Detroit
Wednesday-January 10 .........................Toronto
Saturday. -January 13 ..•·......................Minnesota
Thursday-January 18 ...........................Boston
Saturday-January 20 .........................St. Louis
Wednesday-January 24 ........................ Montreal
Friday-January 26 ..........................Vancouver
Wednesday-January 31 .........................Toronto
Sunday-February 4 .............................Buffalo
Wednesday-February 7 ..............New York Rangers
Tuesday-February 13 ......................Philadelphia
Wednesday-February 14 ........................ Chicago
Saturday-February 17 ..........................Toronto
Sunday-February 18 .................New York Rangers
Thursday-February 22 .......................Pittsburgh
Sunday-March 4 ...............................Detroit
Saturday-March 10 ...........................St. Louis
Sunday-March 11 ........................... Minnesota
Saturday-March 31 ........................Philadelphia
Sunday-April 1 ................................Atlanta

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1972

Monday ...•••• October 9 ........•.••••Columbus Day
Monday ••••••• October 23 •..•••.•.•.••••Veterans Day
Saturday••.•••• October 28
Tuesday ••••... November 7 •...•..••.•••••• Election Day
Friday .•.•... November 24 ..... Thanksgiving Holidays
Saturday••••••• November 25
Saturday..•.•.. December 23
Tuesday •.••••. December 26 ....•••••Christmas Holidays
Thursday...•••• December 28 ••...•... Christmas Holidays

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Lehman Saunders is vastly more than BOARD
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Frankly, we don't appeal to the average
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we sell it. In the manner we present it. Secretary Charles W . Mulcahy, Jr.
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William W. Wirtz .... ....Chicago
And whether they're shopping for lei- Bruce A. Norris . .. ...... . .Detroit
sure suits, blazers, ties, leather pants, smart Jack Kent Cooke . . ...Los Angeles
Gordon H . Ritz .... . ...Minnesota
raincoats, or even colognes, they demand Jacques Courtois . . .. . .. ..Montreal
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m/Iet J-a•imie>r

Te>Tew:-. Tea•:a:1s

ByHarry Kiaff

The Hockey News

For the third time in as many years, site of a successful hockey school the geography.
The East finally prevailed as the
The Metropolitan Junior Hockey past two years, occupies the upper
Comets dropped out of contention on
Association has expanded. This year's floors of an office building on West the final weekend of the season. Suf-
folk and New Hyde Park finished in
new entry, the Manhattan Skyliners, - 33rd Street, a few blocks from Madison a tie for second in the division, but
the Ducks were awarded the runner-up
makes the Met League a ten team cir- Square Garden. spot on the basis of most goals. Oyster
Bay met the powerful Newark Raiders
cuit for the first time in its seven year The new club, the Manhattan in the first round of the Art Keegan
Memorial Trophy playoffs and
history. Skyliners, will skate in the Asso- shocked their foes with a 7-3 victory
in the first game. But Newark settled
The five team Eastern is ciation's Western Division with the down to take the next two games to
advance to the semifinals. In the other
located entirely on Long Island, defending champion New York's 14th first round set, New Hyde Park
eliminated Suffolk, also in three
although each tearri has its own arena Precinct, Newark Crusaders, the Essex games.

to call home. The division pennant- Comets, and the White Plains Plains- Both semifinal series were short
affairs, with both Brooklyn and New
winning Brooklyn Stars play at Abe men. The club will fill its roster with York dominating in two straight games.
As a result, the two archrivals were
Stark Center on Coney Island in Brook- players from the Greater New York destined to meet again in the finals for
the second year in a row.
lyn. The Long Island Athletic Club City Ice Hockey League.
The 1970-71 battle ""'.as a memorable
Flyers are at Cantiague Park in Last season, the East was the scene

HiCksville. Skateland, in New Hyde of a wild scramble for playoff posi-

Park, is the home of the New Hyde tions. The Stars were by far and away

Park Arrows. The Oyster Bay Gulls the class of the quintet, having clinched

play at Bethpage Park, while the Suf- their berth at midseason. But Suffolk,

folk Ducks are at the Long Island New Hyde Park, and Oyster Bay were

Arena in Commack. in a constant struggle with Essex for

The Skyliners have a very fitting the final post-season spots. Because of

name in that the club's home ice is last year's unbalanced divisional align-

located atop a New York City sky- ment, the playoff positions were deter-

scraper. Sky Rink, which has been the mined by league record, regardless of

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affair with the Precincts (who were
known as the Green Leafs until last
season) out-lasting the Stars four games
to two , with two games ending in sud-
den death. Last year's confrontation
was a similar struggle.

The Stars had taken a 2-1 lead in
games, and needed only one more to
win their first title. But the Precincts
came from behind to take the fourth
game 5-2 at the Newark Ironbound
Arena. The fifth game at Coney Island
would be the decisive one as the series
went down to the wire.

Gary Trapani got the Stars on the
scoreboard first with an unassisted goal
at 6:27 of the first period, but Joe

DeSimone of New York evened the
count early in the second stanza. The -
two clubs battled the rest of the way
in a classic, defensive style.

Then with only a minute and a half
left on the clock, New York's Edgar
Alejandro picked up a loose puck in
the neutral zone and fed DeSimone at
the blue line. The City College sopho-
more slipped past the lone Brooklyn
defender and beat goaltender John
Calamari with a low shot. With the
sounding of the buzzer a few minutes
later, New York had won its sixth con-
secutive championship.

The highlight of the season, and of
the M.J.H.A.'s entire history for that
matter, occurred at the NHL's annual
draft meeting in June. On that occa-
sion, the Minnesota North Stars
selected Chris Ahrens of Freeport,
Long Island, off the roster of the Kitch-
ener Rangers of the Ontario Hockey
Association.

Ahrens, son of the Arena manager
at the Islander practice rink in Kings
Park, played for three years with the
New Hyde Park Arrows before jour-
neying to Canada to further his hockey
education. Last year , the rugged
defenseman was selected by his team-
mates to serve as the team's captain,
becoming the first native American to
be so honored.

With the M.J.H.A. adding a new
team and ten more games to its schedule
this year (bringing the number to 42
games apiece), many more New York
Metropolitan boys will get their chance
to show their stuff. Hockey has
expanded by leaps and bounds in the
area , and on the Island in particular.
The Met League hopes it can continue
to send talented youngsters on their way
to NHL competition.

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Si:anley Cup
Wllnners
1894-·1972

The Stanley Cup is the symbol of hockey. Its glory and
history, often bizarre, always emotional, surpasses that of
any other sports trophy period. Indeed, the Stanley Cup
is the oldest trophy competed for by professional athletes
in North America.

The original Cup was donated in 1893 by Frederick
Arthur, Lord Stanley of Preston, who Canada's sixth
Governor-General.

Today, the trophy is the focal point of one of the world's
greatest sports classics-the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Season Champions Coach

1971-72 Boston Bruins ..... .. ... ..... . .. .........Tom Johnson

1970-71-Montreal Canadiens .... . ... .. . .............Al MacNeil

1969-70-Boston Bruins ............................Harry Sinden
1968-69-Montreal Canadiens . .... . . . .............. ..Claude Ruel

1967-68-Montreal Canadiens . . .. . . . ... .. ... . .........Toe Blake
1966-67-Toronto Maple Leafs ... . . . ... . . ... . . .. ...Punch Imlach

1965-6&-Montreal Canadiens . . .. . . ..... . ... ... .. .. .. .Toe Blake
1964-65-Montreal Canadiens ... . .. .. . .. . .... . ..... . ..Toe Blake
1963-64-Toronto Maple Leafs .. . . .. . . .. .... .. . ....Punch Imlach

1962-63-Toronto Maple Leafs ..... . ..... . ...... . ..Punch Imlach
1961-62-Toronto Maple Leafs . . . . . .. . . ........ . ...Punch Imlach

1960-61-Chicago Black Hawks .. . . . .. . .. .. .........Rudy Pilous
1959-60-Montreal Canadiens ................ . ........Toe Blake

1958-59-Montreal Canadiens .... . ............ . . . .....Toe Blake
1957-58-Montreal Canadiens ... . ... . .. . ..............Toe Blake

1956-57-Montreal Canadiens ....... . .......... . .... . .Toe Blake
1955-5&-Montreal Canadiens ... . ...... . ............. .Toe Blake
1954-55-Detroit Red Wings . .... . .. . ..... . .......Jimmy Skinner

1953-54--Detroit Red Wings .. .. .. . ...... . . ... . .....Tommy Ivan

1952-53-Montreal Canadiens .. . ....... . ........ . .... .Dick Irvin
1951-52-Detroit Red Wings .... ... . . . . .. . .. . . . . . ...Tommy Ivari

1950-51-Toronto Maple Leafs ..... . .. .. .. ..... ... ..Joe Primeau
1949-50-Detroit Red Wings .. . .. . .... . ... .. . . .... . .Tommy Ivan
1948-49-Toronto Maple Leafs .. . . .. . .... .. .. . .........Hap Day

1947-48-Toronto Maple Leafs . .. . . . . . .. . ... . . . ........Hap Day

1946-47-Toronto Maple Leafs .. . . .....................Hap Day

1945-4&-Montreal Canadiens ... . .....................Dick Irvin

STANLEY CUP WINNERS PRIOR ·1944-45-Toronto Maple Leafs .. . . ... ... . ........ ..... .Hap Day
1943-44--Montreal Canadiens .... . . .. ... . . .. . .... . ...Dick Irvin

TO FORMATION OF N.H.L. IN 19171942-43-Detroit Red Wings ... . ... .. ...... . ........Jack Adams
1941-42-Toronto Maple Leafs ...... . ... . .... . .........Hap Day
1940-41-Boston Bruins ............... . ... .. ....Cooney Weiland Season Champions Coach

1939-40-New York Rangers . . ................ . ...Frank Boucher 1916-17-Seattle Metropolitans .. . ... . . . . . . . . .......Pete Muldoon
1938-39-Boston Bruins ........ . ......... . ........... .Art Ross 1915-1&-Montreal Canadiens ..... . ... . ......... .George Kennedy
1937-38-Chicago Black Hawks ....... . . . . . ........ .. Bill Stewart 1914-lS.:-Vancouver Millionaires .... .. ...... . .......Frank Patrick
1913-14--Toronto Arenas ....... .. ..... . .. . .. . . .Scotty Davidson*
1936-37-Detroit Red Wings .. . . . .. . . . ...... . .......Jack Adams
**1912-13-Quebec Bulldogs . .. . . ... .. ..... . ........Joe Malone*
1935-3&-Detroit Red Wings .. . . . . ... .. .............Jack Adams 1911-12-Quebec Bulldogs . . .. ..... . . ... .. .. . ....... . .C. Nolan
1934-35-Montreal Maroons . . ...... . . ...........Tommy Gorman 1910-11-0ttawa Senators .. . . ... .. . .. . . ..........Percy Lesueur*
1909-10-Montreal Wanderers ... . . . .. . . .... . ..... . ...Pud Glass*
1933-34-Chicago Black Hawks .. .. . .... .. .......Tommy Gorman 1908-09-0ttawa Senators ...... . . .. . ..... . . . .. .....Bruce Stuart*
1932-33-New York Rangers ... . .. . .. . . ... ........Lester Patrick
1931 -32- Toronto Maple Leafs .... . ... .. ..... . . .. .. .. .Dick Irvin 1907-08-Montreal Wanderers .... . .. . .. ..........Cecil Blachford
1930-31-Montreal Canadiens .. .. . .. . . ............. ...Cecil Hart 1906-07-Kenora Thistles (Jan.) .... ... .. . . . .....Tommy Phillips*
1929-30-Montreal Canadiens ............ . ............Cecil Hart 1906-07-Montreal Wanderers (Mar.) . ... . .. .. .. . ..Cecil Blachford
1928-29-Boston Bruins ............. . . . .......... ..Cy Denneny 1905-0&-Montreal Wanderers . .. ............ . ........- - - -
1927-28-New York Rangers .. . .. . .. . . . . . ... . .. . . .Lester Patrick 1904-05-0ttawa Silver. Seven .. . . .. ..... .. . ... .... .A. T. Smith

1926-27-0ttawa Senators .. . .... .. . ...... . ............Dave Gill 1903-04--0ttawa Silver Seven . . . .... .. ..... . ... . . . .A. T. Smith
1925-2&-Montreal Maroons ... . .. . . . . . .. .......... .Eddie Gerard 1902-03-0ttawa Silver Seven ..... .... . .. .. ..... . . .A. T. Smith

1924-25-Victoria Cougars .. ... . ... .. ...... . .......Lester Patrick 1901-02-Montreal A.A.A. . . ... .. . . ... . ..... . . ... ..- - - -
1923-24--Montreal Canadiens . .·. .. . . . . .. .. ........Leo Dandurand 1900-01-Winnipeg Victorias ........ . . .... .. .........Dan Bain*
1922-23-0ttawa Senators ....... . .. . .. . .... . . ........Pete Green 1899-1900-Montreal Shamrocks ......... . . ........H. J. Trihey*
1921-22-Toronto St. Pats . . .. .. . ..... . ............ Eddie Powers 1898-99-Montreal Victories (Feb.) .. . .. . . . . ......G. Drinkwater*

1920-21-0ttawa Senators .. . .........................Pete Green 1898-99-Montreal Shamrocks (Mar.) .... .. .. . ..... . ..- - - -
1919-20-0ttawa Senators .... . . ...... . . ... . ...... . ...Pete Green 1897-98-Montreal Victorias ............. .. ........F. Richardson
1918-19a-No decision 1896-97-Montreal Victorias .... . ...... . ..... . ......Mike Grant*
1917-18-Toronto Arenas . .. .. . .... . . .. ...... . . .. . . .Dick Carroll 1895-9&-Winnipeg Victorias . ... . . .. . . . . . . . . . ........ Dan Bain*

a-In the spring of 1919 the Montreal Canadiens travelled to Seattle to 1894-95-Montreal Victorias . . .... .. ... . ............Mike Grant*
meet Seattle, PCHL champions. After five games had been played - teams 1893-94--Montreal A.A.A .............. .. . ... .... . . .- - - -

were tied at 2 wins each and a tie - the series was called off by the ** Victoria defeated Quebec in challenge series . No official recog-

local Department of Health because of the influenza epidemic and the nition. *In the early years the teams were frequently run by the Captain.
death from influenza of Joe Hail.
*Indicates Captain.

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Adwer•isers Index

AL DOWD'S STEAK HOUSES .. . . . . .. .. . .. . .. . .. .. . . .52 LEHMAN SAUNDERS ........................ .... ... . .74

AMBASSADOR SCOTCH . . .. .. .. . .. . . .. . ....... . . .... l l LONG ISLAND LIGHTING COMPANY ......... . .. .... . .4

AMERICAN EXPRESS ..... . . . . .. ....................66 LONG ISLAND TRUST COMPANY . . . . . .. ........ ... . .. 70

ARMY ROTC ............... .. .. . . ............. . . .. .. 67 MACK MARKOWITZ OLDSMOBILE . . . . ..... . . . . .. . ....69

ANC HOR SA VINGS BANK ... .. . . . . .. .. . ... . ......... 53 MACKLE BROTHERS . ............. . . .......... .. . . . . . .37

APOLLO DINER .. .. . ..... . ...... . ... . .. .. . . ... . . . . ..68 MANERO 'S RESTAURANTS . ..... . . ... ....... . .. . ., . ..52

AVIS .. . ...... .. ... . .. .. . .. . ... . .. .. . ..... . . . . . ... .. .72 MANOR SPORTS ... .. .. . . . . ....... ... .. . ........ . . . . ..75

BARON ' S ............ . . . . . . .. . .... . . . ....... . ... . .. .. 12 MANUFACTURERS HANOVER

BAUER SKATES .... .. ..... . .. . .. . .. . . . ... .. . . . .. . ...64 TRUST COMPANY ... ... . . ............ . . . . . .. . . . .. . 15

BLACK AND WHITE SCOTCH .. . . . .... . . .. .. . . . . ... .45 MARINE MIDLAND BANKS . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . .. . . . .. . .7 1

BRENKER INSURANCE AGENCY . . ... . ....... . ......52 MEENAN OIL CO., INC . . ... ........ ...... . . .... . .. . .. 18

BUDWEISER ... . . ... ..... . .. . .. .INSIDE FRONT COVER MR. JAY APPLIANCES & TV . ...... ... .... . . ..... . ....64

BURGER KING ....... . . . . ......... . . . ... . .. . .... .... 39 NATIONAL BANK OF NORTH AMERICA . ........ . ....3 l

BURNS BROS . .. . . . .... . .. .. ...... . . .. .. . . ... .. . . . . . .42 OCEANIC LEISURE CORP . .. . . ........... .. . ... .. . . . ..62

CANADA DRY GINGER ALE . .. . . . ... ....... . .... . ..51 OLINS LEASING .. . .. .. .. . ..... .. . . . . . ............ .. .. .56

CARLING BLACK LABEL ... . .. ... . . .. .. . .......... .47 PLANTERS PEANUTS . . . . ... ..... .. ..... . ... . . . . .. ....70

CCM . ............... . ..... .. .. ... . .. . . .......... . ...79 PROFESSIONAL SPORTS PUBLICATIONS .... . . . ... . . ..58

COCA-COLA ............ .. . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . .... . ...30 ROCKVILLE CENTRE DODGE . .. . ........... . . . . . . . ...56

CRICKET SHOP .. .. . ..... . . . .............. . ......... IO ROGERS LEAS ING .... . .............. . .. .. .... . .. ·. ... .46

DAIRY BARN STORES . . .. . ..... . .. . ... .. ..... . .... .49 ROGERS CH RYSLER-P LYMOUTH ............ . .........46

DIME SA VINGS BANK OF NEW YORK . . .. . .. .......34 ROGERS PONTIAC ................. . .. .-..... . . . . ... . . .46

THE DODGE BOYS .. .. ... .. .. . .. INSIDE BACK COVER ROTHMANN'S . .. . . . .. . . .... ...... .. . . . ... . . .. . ... . . . . . 16

DOVER HOUSE .... .. . .. . . . . ... . .. ... ... ....... . .... 16 THE RUMS OF PUERTO RICO .. . ..... . ..... . ..... . .. .23

DR PEPPER .... . .... . ....... . . .... .. .. . ....... . .40, 41 SALTY DOG ......... . . . ... . . . . .. ... . . . .... .. . . . . . . .. . .6

DU PONT " ORLON " SPORT SOCKS ...... . .. ...... .. 17 SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS

EASTERN AIRLINES . . .. . . . ........ . .. . • .. . .. . ... ... .63 OF NASSAU AND SUFFOLK COUNTIES .. . ............65

FRANKLIN NATIONAL BANK . .... ............ . . . ....3 SCHAEFER BEER ............ ... .. . .... . ..BACK COYER

GETTY OIL COMPANY ............... . . . ... . ... . .... 25 SEAGRAM ' S 7 CROWN .. . ............ .. ... ... . ........57

HEMPSTEAD DATSUN .. . ...... . ... . ... .. . . . ..... .. .69 SIZZLER STEAK HOUS E .... .. ... . . . . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . ... lO

HOLIDAY INN OF HEMPSTEAD .. . .. . .... . . .. ........ 9 SKATELAND .. . . ... ..... . .. . . ........ . ....... . .... . ...73

HUB TRUCK RENTAL CORPORATION ... . .. . .. . . .. .70 SKATELAND SUMMER HOCKEY SCHOOL ... . . .........2

THE HUTCH SHOP ....... . . .. ... . .. . .. . ..... . .. . . .. . .7 STEAK & BREW . . ...... . ... . ... .. .. .. .. .... .... . . . . . . .35

ISLAND FEDERAL SAVINGS UN ITED STATES AIR FORCE . .. ... . .. . . .. . .. . ...... ..64

& LOAN ASSOCIATION . ....... . . .. . .. . . .. .......29 VANGUARD NATIONAL BANK . .. .. . .. .. . . . . . . .. . . . . . .49

JACK IN THE BOX .... ... .. . .... . ........... . . .. . .. .29 Y.I.P. INTERNATIONAL

JOHN NIE WALKER RED ............... . .. . ..........33 TRA YEL AGENCY, INC . .. .. . . . . . . . .. . .... . . . . .. . ....52

LAFAYETTE RADIO ELECTRONICS ....... . .. . .......8 WHN ......... ........ .. . ........... . ........... . . . . . .. 24

LECK INDUSTRIES LTD ....... .. ..... . .. . . .... . .....48

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when you're having
lllore than one

There's nothing like that first And remember, Schaefer sponsors
frosty glass of Schaefer beer. Nets and Islanders games on TV
Except your second, and your third. and radio all season long as another
major presentation of The Schaefer
They're like having that first Circle of Sports.
cold one all over again.

Schaefer beer is available at all concession stands.

Sc haef er Breweries, New York and Albany, N.Y. , Bal t im ore, Md., Leh igh Valley, Pa.


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