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Kansas City vs Atlanta (Hockey--1975)

Kansas City vs Atlanta (Hockey--1975)

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19/5-1976 52
M
KANSAS CITY SCOUTS Phone (816) 474-0600

Kemper Arena TWX 910-771-3155

18th & Genessee, Kansas City, Missouri 64102

President and General Partner ........ . . .... ..... . ............ Edwin G. ThompsonShared by @HockeyMagazines
Vice President ................. . ................................ George Alexiou
General Manager ....... ............................................... Sid Abel
Assistant General Manager ............ .... . . ...... ... ............... Baz Bastien
Coach .. . ................................ .. ....... .. ......... ..... Bep Guidolin
General Counsel ..................................... . . ........ G. Robert Fisher
Treasun~r ....... . ..... ..... ... .. . ..... . ...................... C. Michael Franke
Director of Group Sales ...... ... . . ............ . ..... ... ......... Kenneth Burton
Public Relat ions ........................... .... ............... Dave Kostrzewski
Executive Secretary ................................................ Chris Woods
Secretary .. . . ........................................... . .......... Jan Kraxner

Single Ticket Manager .. .............. .. ............... . . ......... .. Alma Baker
Season Ticket Manager ... . ............................. . . . . ...... Bobbie Brooks
Accountant .............................. .... ...... ..... ... . .. Tom Pfannenstiel
Director of Scouting ............................................... John Choyce
Western Scout .... . ..... ..... .... ....................... . .. . ........ Fred Litzen
Co-Trainers ... .... ........... .. ............ .... .. . Dale Graham & Jerry Maloney
Club Physician ... .... .. ................................ Dr. James H. Garner, Jr .
Club Dentist . ....... . .......................... . .......... Milton Rowe, D.D.S.
Executive Offices ...... . . .... . ... ................ ... . Kemper Arena-lower level
Home Ice ........... . ... .. .......................... ..... .. ... .. Kemper Arena
Seat in g Capacity . . ............................ . ................... . ...... 15 ,994
Capacity Including Standees ...... ............. .... ....................... 16.994
Location of Press Box .............................. .. Concourse level-west side
Location of Radio/TV Box ............ . ........ ..... ... Concourse level-east side
Dimensions of Rink ........ . . ... ...................... .... ..... 200 feet x 85 feet
Ends of Rink ........... . ...... . .. ... . Plexi-glass extends above boards around rink

ickname .............. . . . ....... . . . .............. .. ..... .. .. .. ........ Scouts
Uniforms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOME: White jersey and red pants

with blue & gold trim
AWAY: Blue jersey & red pants with gold trim.
Training Camp Site ... . ............. .. ..................... Port Huron, Michigan
Play-By-Play Announcer .... .... .. .... ...... .... ............. ..... . Dick Carlson
Public Address Announcer ............................................ Jim Moore
TV Channel ........ . ................ .... ... ........ ........ KBMA-Channel 41
Radio Station .................................................. WDAF-AM (610)

Official Program Magazine produced oy

cprofessional Local Advertising Manager Pubhsher Andrew J. Goodman
Floyd Sageser Executive Vice President Robert F. Corrao
•I • Editor Pamela L. Blaw1e
Fan Publ ications Produc;hon Director David Getlen
cpublications 1900 West 47th Place Vice Prestdent-Sales Guy Perd1ue
Shawnee Mission. Kansas 66205

(913 ) 384-0770

310 Machson Avenue Cop,es of this Program Magazine available lrom the Publisher at S1.50 per copy
New York . N .Y. 10017 (1nclud1ng postage and handling)

(21 2) 697-1 460

• 1975 Profess,onal Sports Publ,cations. Inc. All nghts reserved . -

2 KA SAS CITY SCOUTS

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The name of the game

is quality.

Every game of hockey is a test of split- 3
second timing and skill. The better
the competition, the better the game.
Pabst has a challenge for you, too.
Taste and compare the quality and
flavor of Blue Ribbon with any other
premium beer and discover why
Pabst is the overwhelming favorite
in Milwaukee, beer capital of
the world.

PABST. Since 1844. The quality has always come through.

© Copyright , 1975 . PABST BREWING COMPANY Milwaukee, Wis ., Peoria Heights, Ill ., Newark, N.J ., Los Angeles, Calif., Pabst, Georgia .

EDWIN G.THOMPSOM

President

Shared by @HockeyMagazines The treasure is the National Hockey
Establishing a National Hockey League millio n Ke mper Arena. His " never give League in Ka nsas C ity.
fra nchi se is the la test in a le ngt hy li st of up '' attitude is the reason for the fi ne
pe rso na l a nd business acco mpli shments orga ni zation he has built in suc h a sh ort .. I thought the night of the home
for Ed Th o mpso n. As President o f the period of tim e. ope ner in Ke mpe r wou ld put the Fini hing
Scouts. Ed has bee n the spirited force in touches on a dream come true," says the
b1·inging the NHL to th e a rea. making Ed has a lways loved sports and wa nted , milin g Thompson. ·'but now I real ize it's
Ka nsas City th e spo rt s capital of the a n NHL hoc key fra nchi se to go with the only the beginning. Winning the Sta nley
Mid wes t. o th e r major league opera ti o ns in Ka nsas Cup for Ka nsas City is what it's rea ll y a ll
City. The long. hard struggle to land hi about.· · Knowi ng Ed. it 's just a mat ter o f
Ed's efforts in secu ring the franchise team reads like a fa iry tale, alive with time.
made possible construction of the S22 witches, dragons, knights a nd treasures.

Ed T!,0111111011 11g11a/i11g w /111 Iea,11 rn111aI11. Fo11r1ee11 ho11rs - j11s1 a 11omwl 1rnr/.:111g dal'

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4 KANSAS CITY SCOUTS

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They're all kinds of people, from all give them in a civilian career.
walks of life, with all kinds of interests. Music, Some can use the extra $100 a month
sports, engineering, and almost every
academic major. they'll get for up to 20 months during the

Their reasons for taking Army ROTC Advanced Course. Others just like the physical
and mental challenge.
are as diverse as they are themselves.
Some want the personal benefits they'll What kind of people take Army ROTC?
People who want to get everything they can
get from a pure leadership course. Others out of their college years. People like you.
want the experience they'll get from serving
as an Army officer, and the head start it will Army ROTC. The more you look at it,
the better it looks.

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GEORGE SID ABEL
ALEXIOU General
Vice President Manager

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The broad spectrum of duties for the ent ire Scouts Many men in sports have tried combining playing grea t-
organizat ion is co nt rolled from the office of Vice-President ness with administrative skills and failed. Scouts General
George Alexiou. Manager Sid Abel' record of accomplishments-includi ng
three Stanley Cup champion hips-places him in the com-
As Mr. Thompson's right-hand man. Mr. Alexiou's
responsibilities encompass the direction of all operations as pany of a select few.
well as keeping the fro nt office alive and functioning. The majority of his illustrious 13-year pla} ing career was

A nati ve Kansas Citian. he atte nded Central Hi gh School, spe nt with the Detroit Red Wings centering the famed
Westminster College a nd the University of H awa ii. Production Linc with wingmates Ted Lindsay and Gordie
Howe. Hi s bench duties started with his ~kate s on. as one of
[n Wo rld War 1[ he piloted bombers in the South Pacific the few player-coaches in N HL history with Chicago in
a nd was awa rd ed the Dis tingui shed Fl yin g Cross wit h one I952-53 . The Black H awks immediately rose to ga in their
c lus te r, Air Med a l with four clusters, a Purple He art a nd The first playoff berth in nine seasons.
Pres id en ti a l Citation.
Sid returned to Detroit in 1957 to handle the coac hing
A well-known business leader in the community, he was chores a nd his first general managership position in 1962. He
Dist rict Man ager for the RPM Company a nd Satz-Pineau cont inu ed in that capacity wit h his teams making the Stanley
fnc . before his sales manager position with Griffith Cup playoffs seven times before handling the sa me dual
Oldsmobil e. George was the Scout's Di rector of Sales before
being named club Vice-President. responsibility in 1971 with St. Louis before coming to Ka nsa.
City.
·' It's t.JUitc challenging being part of the development of
Scouts hockey in Kansas City," says Alexiou. ·'The work Sid was hired by the Scouts on April 17. 1973 and is still
may appear endless at times, yet it's rewardi ng because we're pursuing the young. aggressive hockey talent which it takes to
headed in the direction of the Stan ley Cup." be a con istent winner in the N HL.

George makes hi s ho me in suburban Johnson Cou nty, Four times named to the N HL All Star team. he was
Kansas. inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in June. 19 69. Sid.
born in Melville. Saskatchewan. now makes his home in
6 KANSAS CITY SCOUTS Kansas City.

Only the Scouts are the Scouts
OnlyV.O. isV.O.

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7

BEP GUIDOLIN
Coach

Shared by @HockeyMagazines The many faces of a i-ir t year team in

the '.\lational H ockey League glanL·ed at

Coach Bep Guidolin during the 1974-75

season. The never-ending changes that

included 35 players fighting for 19 posi-

tions throughout the schedule could have
provided the Scouts more excuses for
losing than hours in a day. But not one of

Bep 's teams.
Th e youngest player ever to play in

H L. he was 16 when he started his nine-

year pro career with the Bosto n Bruins in

1942--U. He started coaching in junior

OHA with the Osha11a Generals and
L ondon Knight s in the I %O's. Hi s pro

coaching debut came in 1971- 72 as men-

tor of the fledgling Boston Braves of the

AHL. The Bra ves won the East Di visio n
title that season . 13ep remained their
coach until February 5. I 973 \,hen he
assumed that role with the parent Bruin s.

Born in Thorold, Ontario on Decem-

ber 9. 1925, Bep makes his off-season

home in Barrie. Ontario. He resigned as

Bruins coach after the 19 3- 7-1 seaso n

· and accepted the same position with the

Scouts on January 7, 197-1.

U nder his leadership the Scouts were
ai ming at expansion team "highs" until
injuries to key veterans took the sti ng out
of a mid-season streak which saw the
Scouts record 9 w in s, 8 losses and 3 ties.

The highlight of the season? Directing
the Scouts 10 a 3-2 win owr the Bruins, in
Boston. A sII·ee1 victory ove r his former
employers only two days al'ter being the
winning coach in the Prince of Wales

Conference ·s 7- 1 victory in the 1975 All

Star Game in M ontreal.
Under Bep's guidance, the Scouts have

achieved respecta bi Ii ty a ncl aIready
demonstrated they possess the nucleus
for a future Stanley Cup conten der.

8 KANSAS CITY SCOUTS

We suit up
3,500 pros every day.

Teamwork. That's what schedules to more than 100
makes the new Frontier. Over cities in 16 states and Canada.
3,500 dedicated professionals, And an outstanding on-time
each with a specific assignment performance record.
aimed at making your travel as
convenient and comfortable as Next time, discover the new
possible. Frontier. See our game plan
in action.
Discover how they turn every
flight into a pleasure trip. With First class legroom at coach prices
our single-class service that
gives jet passengers first class
legroom at coach prices. With
meals we're becoming famous
for and complimentary Mateus
wine on most lunch and dinner
flights. And vacation packages
that save money. Convenient
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9

BAZBASTEIN
Assistant
General
Manager

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Condominium Residences of Distinction Ever since Baz Bastien began his front office career. people
Available Late 1976 in hockey circles have grow n to respect his deep knowledge
and dedication to the game.
CROWN CENTER WEST
Baz started his pro career as a goaltender for the Pittsb urgh
Crown Center West H ornet s in 1945 and was voted the American H ockey
2545 Grand L eague·s Most Valuable Player award three stra ight yea rs.
After serving the necessary apprenticeship before tending
Kansas City, Mo. 64108 goal in th e National H ockey L eague. an er rant puck cost him
(816) 474-3333 an eye and his playing career.

As coach and manager with the Pittsburgh I l orne ts for 18
seaso ns, he worked closely for the parent D etroi t orga niza-
tion. H ere is where Baz and Sid Abel became working
partners and close friends. After leading Pittsburgh to th eir
last AHL cha mpi onship the Cal der Cup in 1967. Baz joined
th e Red Wings ass isting Sid until both beckoned new
challenges in Kansas City.

Wh en traveling, Baz wears anoth er hat fo r th e club as
professional scout. His drafting and trading sugges ti ons are
m ajor reasons why Kansas City ska ted stride fo r stride with

H L powerhouses, as th e Scouts accumulated points from
all but two HL clubs and won two ser ies m atchups. With
Baz. wi nnin g is a must.

IO KANSAS CITY SCOUTS

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JOHMCHOYCE
'
Head Scout

Develop ing a winner in the NHL depends greatly on th e Shared by @HockeyMagazines The toughest part
drafting or fres h amateur ta lent. Th e important role of of communication
scou tin g and 1·ecom m ending prolllisin gj unior and co llegiate is the last few inches.
playe r, res t, on the ca pabl e shou lders or John C hoyce.
Modern technology has given us
John has an exte nsive background in every phase or the the means to move information
ga m e as a pla\'er. coach. execut ive as we ll as scout in g. farther, faster, and to more people
than was ever dreamed possible.
I l e worked !"or the C hicago orga ni za ti on as a scou t from
196 1-65 and co,1ched their _ju ni or affi liate. the Sorel Bl ack Communication , however, means
Hawks (QM 11 L) l"ro lll I 965-69. John m ade his pro coac hin g . more than just moving information.
deb ut in Dece mber 1970 with the Kan sas Ci ty Blu es and
added genera l m anagercl uti es for St. Louis·s Ce ntral I l ackey It also means moving minds.
L eague affi liat e here in 197 1.
And technology, no matter how
Two additional coachin g assignm ents in the C l IL -with far it advances, will never be able
fo rt Worth in 1972- 73 ancl the Scouts Albuquerque tea m to communicate for us.
du1·ing 1973- 74seaso n-proceed ecl hi s return to Kansas C ity
hockey. John ba ses al l opern tions l"rom hi s holll etow n in At United Telecom, we're in the
M ontrea l. business of moving information :
across the street, around the world,
FREDLITZEM even to the moon and back. Our
job is maintaining and improving
Amateur Scout communication technology.

Working out or Ham il ton. Ontario , Fred Lit ze n is in th e The easy part.
center or a hockey hotbed for future NIil playe rs.
The hard part is shortening the
/\ rull time sco ut sin ce 19 70. he co ncentrates on Eastern distance between reception and
Ca nada for tal ent -th ough o ften wil l kee p an eye on future understanding.
Scouts throughou t ort h Am erica . Fred m ay have bee n on
one Kansas C ity payroll for a sho r, tim e. but he m ade h is firs t United Telecom Ill
co ntributi on to th e Sco uts yea rs ago. I le coac hed ancl
cleveloped th e hockey talent or Scout 's cen ter Ed Gilbert in United Telecommunications. Inc. ■■■
H amilt on 's j u ve nile hock ey program back in th e mid-
dle-60's. Freel was born in Glasgow. Scotl ancl . We operate the United Telephone System , America's third largest.

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - United Telecommunicat1ons. Inc.. P.0 Box 11315 . Plaza Station , Kansas City, M 1ssoun 64112

KANSAS CITY SCOUTS I I

DAVE KEN BURTON

KOSTRZEWSKI Croup

Public Relations Sales Director

The detailed work that falls upon the public relations Co-ordinating groups wanting to get involved with excit ing
department is currently being handled by Dave Kostrzewski. Scouts hockey is a m onu men tal job that will be handled this
A native of Buffalo, New York, he covered NHL hockey season by Ken Burton.
there for three seasons before coming to Kansas City in
November, 1974. A Kansas City native, Ken returns to his home town
following a successful career in ew York Ci ty as Vice-
A 1973 marketing graduate from the University of Buf- President of Sales for TM C Sales Corporation. H e joined the
falo, Dave is directly involved in Scouts' publications, player m anufact urer ' s representative firm dealing solely with
appearances and media relations. electronic consumer products after graduating from Colum-
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Th e latest addit ion to the Scouts' front office, Ken brings
solid profession alism to the Sales Depart m ent and su rely any
other task that needs his attention.

DALECRAHAM JERRY MALONEY

Co-Trainer Co-Trainer

Dal e Graham 24. is one of the first natives of Kansas City Jerry M aloney 27 , comes to Kansas City and will split th e
to be raised in a hockey atmosphere and obtain a career in train ing duties with Dale G ra ham after three years as head
the National Hockey League. He started as a stick boy with trainer with the Omaha Knights of the CHL.
th e Kansas City Blues and played amatuer hockey in Canada
.before grad uating with a degree in physical education from A native of Kit chener, Ontario, he started his professional
th e Un iversity of Kansas in 1973. training career in hockey in North Carolina wit h the
Charlotte Checkers of th e South ern Hockey L eag ue in 1970.
Dale was named th e Scouts assistant trainer at the club's
formation and is working in th e off-season on a mas ter's
degree from KU in athletic training.

12 KANSAS CITY SCOUTS

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Winners

1894-1975

The Stanley Cup is the symbol ofhockey. Its glory and

history, often bizarre, allVays emotional , surpasses that

of any other sports trophy period. Indeed, th e Stanley

Cup is the oldest trophy competed .for by professional

athletes in North America.
The origina l Cup was donated in / 893 by Frederick

Arthur, Lord Stanley of Pres ton, lVho lVas Canada 's

sixth Gol'ernor- General.
Today , th e troph y is th e .focal point of one of th e

ll'Orld ' s grea t es t sports classics-the Stanley Cup

Pla y o f f s .

Season Champions Coach

1974-75 -Philadelphi a Flyers ... . . ... ........ . . ..... Fred Shero

1973-74-P hilade lphia Flyers .. . .... . . . . .... Fred Shero

1972-73-Montreal Ca nad iens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scott y Bowman

1971-72-Boston Bruins ............. . ........... To m Johnson
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1970-7 1-Montreal Canad iens . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . Al MacNeil

1969-70-Boston Bruins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Harry Sinden

1968-69-Montreal Ca nad iens ... . .. ......... . ..... Claude Ruel

1967-68 -Montrea l Canadie ns ........ . . . ... .. . . .. ... Toe Blake

1966-67-Toronto Map le Leafs .. . .... .... . ... .. .. Punch Iml ac h

1965-66-Montrea l Ca nadi ens .. . .................... Toe Blake

1964-65-Montreal Ca nadiens ........ .... .... . . . .... Toe Bla ke 1920-21-Ottawa Senators Pete Green

1963-64- Toronto Maple Leafs .. .. ... ... . . ....... Punch lmlac h 1919-20- Ottawa Senators Pete Green

1962-63 - Toronto Maple Leafs .. .. ...... ... . . . ... Punch lml ac h 1918- 19a-No deci sion

1961-62-Toronto Ma ple Leafs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Punch lml ac h 191 7- 18-Toronto Arenas .......... .. ...... . .. .. .. Dick Carroll

1960-61-C hicago Black Hawks . ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Rud y Pilous

1959-60- Montreal Canadien s .. . .......... .. ........ Toe Bl ake a-In the spring of 1919 th e Mo ntreal Canadiens travelled to Seattle to
meet Seal/le , PCHL champions. After five games had been played-
1958-59-Montrea l Ca nadien s .. . .. . .... . . .... . .. Toe Blake teams were tied at 2 wins each and a tie-the series was ca lled o.ffby
th e local Departm ent of Health because of th e influ enza epidemic
1957-58-Montreal Ca nad iens . .. .. .... . .... . . . . .. . .. Toe Blake and th e d ea th from influenza of J oe Hail .

1956-57- Montreal Canadiens .. . .. ... . . . . . ... . ...... Toe Bl ake

1955-56-Montreal Ca nadiens ... . .. . . ..... . .. ....... Toe Blake

1954-55-Detroit Red Wings . . . . . . . . . . . Jimmy Skinner

1953-54-Detroit Red Wings .. . . . . ... ... . ... . . .... Tommy Iva n STANLEY CUP WINNERS PRIOR
TO FORMATION OF N.H.L. IN 1917
1952-53-Montreal Ca nadi ens . .. . . .. .. . . ....... . .... Dick Irvin

1951-52-Detroit Red Wings . . .. . . ..... . .... . . ... . Tomm y Iva n

1950-51- Toronto Map le Leafs .. . .. . ...... . . ..... . Joe Primea u Season Champions Coach

1949-50- Detroit Red Wings ... . .... . . .. .. . .... .. . Tommy Ivan 1916-17-Seatt le Metropolitans ... . ........ . ...... P.:te Muldoon

1948-49-Toronto Ma ple Leafs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ha p Day 1915- 16-Montreal Canadiens ..... .. .. ..... . . . George Kennedy

1947-48- Toronto Ma ple Leafs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ha p Day 1914- 15-Yancouver Millionaires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Frank Patrick

1946-47-Toronto Ma pl e Leafs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ha p Day 1913-14-Toro nto Arenas ... .. ..... . . ... .... . Sco tt y Dav idso n*

1945-46 -Montreal Ca nadien s ....... . .... .. . ...... .. Dick Irvin ** 1912-13-Quebec Bu ll dog s .. . .. .. ... .... . . ... . .. . Joe Malone*

1944-45-Toronto Maple Leafs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . Hap Day 1911-12-Quebec Bu ll dogs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Nolan

1943-44-Montreal Ca nadien s ........ . . . ........... . Dick Irvin 1910-11-0ttawa Senators . . .. .. . ... ..... ... . .. Percy Le Sueur*

1942-43-Detroit Red Wings ........... .. . .. ....... Jack Adams 1909-10-Montreal Wanderers ....... . . ... . . . .... . .. Pud Glass*

1941-42-Toronto Map le Lea fs . . . . . ... . . .. . . . . .... . .. Ha p Day 1908-09-Ottawa Senators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bruce Stuart *

1940-41-Boston Bruins ..... . . . ........... . . . . Coo ne y Wei land 1907-08-Montreal Wanderers . . . . . . . . . . Cecil Blachford

1939-40-New York Rangers .... . .. .. . . .. .... . . Frank Boucher 1906-07-Kenora Thistles (Ja n.) ............... Tommy Phillips •

1938-39- Boston Bruins . . . . . . . . . .... . . ........ Art Ross 1906-07-Montreal Wanderers (Ma r.) . . . .. . . . .. .. Cecil Bl achford

1937-38 - Chicago Blac k Haw ks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bill Stewa11 1905-06-Montrea l Wanderers .... . . . . . ... . . . . . . .. . . . . - - -

1936-37-Detroit Red Wings .. .. ............... Jac k Adams 1904-05-Ottawa Silver Seven ...... . ............. . A. T . Smith

1935-36-Detroit Red Wings ..... . ..... . . ... . ...... Jack Adams 1903-04- Ottawa Silver Seven ............... .. .... A. T. Smith

1934-35-Montreal Maroon s ...... .. . ..... . .... Tommy Gorman 1902-03-Ottawa Silver Seven ... . .... . .... .... . ... A. T. Smith

193 3-34-Chicago Black Haw ks . .... . ..... . . . .. To mm y Gorm an 1901-02-Montrea l A.A.A .... .. ....... . ...... . ... . .

1932-33-New York Rangers . . . . ....... ... . Lester Patrick 1900-0 I-Winnipeg Victo rias . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dan Bain*
1899-1900- Montreal Shamrocks . . . ... . . .. ... . .. .. H. J . Trihey •
1931-32-Toronto Ma ple Leafs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dick Ir vi n

1930-31-Montreal Canadien s .. .. ......... . ... . . . ... Cecil Hart 1898-99-Mo ntreal Victories (Feb.) . . . . . . . . . G. Drinkwater*·
1898-99 -Mo ntreal Shamrocks (Mar.) . .. . . . ...... . .. - - - -
1929-30-Montreal Ca nadien s .......... . .. Cecil Ha 11

1928-29- Boston Bruins .. . .. . .. . ..... . .. . .... .. .. Cy Dennen y 1897-98- Mo ntre al Yictori as .......... . ..... . F. Ri chardso n

1927-28-New York Rangers .... . ...... . ... . . . .. Lester Patrick 1896-97-Montreal Yictorias . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Grant*

1926-27-Ottawa Senators ...... . .. . ... . . . ... . . . . .... Dave Gill 1895-96-Winnipeg Yictori as . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dan Bain*

1925-26-Montreal Maroo ns ...... . .. ... . . . .. . .... Eddie Gerard 1894-95-Montrea l Yictorias ..... ... ..... . ....... Mike Grant *

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FLAMES 1975-76 R1oster

Number Forwards Ht. Wt. Place of Birth Date of Birth 1974-75 Club 1974-1975
G A Pts.
5 Curt Bennett 6-3 195 Regina , Sask . March 27, 1948 Atlanta
23 Larry Carriere 6-1 204 Montreal , Que . 31 33 64
18 Rey Comeau 5-8 170 Montreal, Qu e. January 30, 1952 Buffalo 1 11 12
14 Tim Ecclestone 5-10 195 Toronto, Ont.
Bill Flett 6-1 195 Vermilion , Alta . October 25 , 1948 Atlanta 14 20 34
9 Hilliard Graves 5- 11 175 St. John, N. B. 14 22 36
17 Dave Kryskow 5- 10 175 Edmonton, Alta. September 24, 1947 Toronto-Atlanta 15 25 40
20 Bob Leiter 5-9 164 Winnipeg, Man. 10 19 29
16 Richard Lemieux 5-8 165 T emiscaming , Que . July 21, 1943 Toronto 10 19 29
Tom Lysiak 6- 1 190 High Prairie, Alta. 10 18 28
12 Gerry Meehan 6-2 200 Toronto, Ont. October 18, 1950 Atlanta 10 20 30
10 L. Romanchych 6- 1 180 Vancouv er, B. C. 25 52 77
21 Eric Vail 6-2 210 Schumacker, Ont. December 25, 1951 Washington-Detroit 14 26 40
27
March 22, 1941 Atlanta 8 12 20
39 21 60
April 19, 1951 Kansas City

April 27, 1953 Atlanta

September 3 , 1946 Buffa lo-Van .-Atlanta

Septem ber 7 , 1949 Atlanta

September 16, Hl53 Atlanta

Defense

2 Barry Gibbs 5- 11 195 Lloydminster, Sask . September 28, 1948 Minnesota-Atlanta 7 33 40
190 Colli ngwood , Ont. January 19, 1948 Atlanta -Omaha 19 10
19 Ed Kea 6-3 175 Noranda, Que . May 31, 1952 Atlanta 3 24 27
180 Leamington, Ont. January 10, 1949 Atlanta 5 27 32
6 Jean Lemieux 6-1 195 Edmonton, Alta . March 1, 1955 Sherbrooke 26 64 90
215 Hamilton, Ont. January 29, 1943 Atlanta 2 19 21
7 Randy Manery 6-0
so
4 Richard Mulhern 6-1
3
3 Pat Quinn 6-3 5

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2400 111
30 Dani el Bouchard 6 -0 180 Va l D ' Or , Qu e. December 12, 1950 Atlanta 2400 114
November 1, 1948 Atlanta
Phil Myre 6-1 185 Ste. Anne-de-Belle,
Que .

1974-75 Final National Hockey League Standings

Montreal Prince of Wales Conference PTS PCTG
Los Angeles James Norris Division 113 0 .706
Pittsburgh 105 0 .656
Detroit GP w L T GF GA 0 .556
Washington 89 0 .362
80 47 14 19 374 225 58 0 .131
Buffalo 80 42 17 21 269 185 21
Boston 80 37 28 15 326 289 0 .706
Toronto 80 23 45 12 259 335 113 0 .587
Ca lifornia 80 8 67 5 181 446 94 0.487
78 0.319
Philadelphia Charles F. Adams Division 51
NY Rangers 0 .705
NY Islanders 80 49 16 15 354 240 113 0 .550
Atlanta 80 40 26 14 345 245 88 0 .550
80 31 33 16 280 309 88 0 .519
Vancouver 80 19 48 13 212 316 83
St. Louis 0 .537
Chicago Clarence Campbell Conference 86 0 .525
Minnesota Lester Patrick Division 84 0 .512
Kansas City 82 0.331
80 51 18 11 293 181 53 0 .256
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80 33 25 22 264 221

80 34 31 15 243 233

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80 35 31 14 269 267

80 37 35 8 268 241

80 23 50 7 221 341

80 15 54 11 184 328

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OCTOBER 18, 1975-KANSAS CITY SCOUTS vs. ATLANTA FLAMES

SCOUTS 1 DENIS HERRON .. .. . . . . ........ . .... .. G
4 CLAUDE HOUDE . .. .. ... . . . .. . ... . .. . .. D
® 5 GARY BERGMAN ..... .. .. . .. . . . .. . .... D
6 LARRY JOHNSTON ... . ..... ... ......... D
SCOUTS 7 GUY CHARRON ..... ..... .... ...... ... C
8 BUSTER HARVEY ... . . . .... . . ....... . RW
General Manager 9 WILF PAIEMENT .. .... .. .. . .......... RW
SID ABEL 10 ED GILBERT . . .. .. .... .. ..... . .. ... ... C
11 DAVE HUDSON . ..... . .... ... . .. . . . . ... C
Assistant Genera l Manager 13 ROBIN BURNS ... . .. . .. . ... . ..... .... LW
BAZ BASTEIN 14 CRAIG PATRICK .. ... ....... . . . .... .. RW
Coach 17 SIMON NOLET (C) ........ . . .. . . ... ... RW
BEP GUIDOLIN 18 GARY CROTEAU .. . .... . ....... . .. . . . LW
Tra i ners 22 HUGH HARVEY ........ . . .. . . . . .. . . C-LW
DALE GRAHAM 25 RANDY ROTA ... . . ....... . .......... RW
26 JEAN-GUY LAGACE .... . . . . .. .. . . . . .. . . D
JERRY MALONEY 27 ROGER LEMELIN . ... ..... . . ... . . .. .. ... D
28 TERRY McDONALD .. .. . ...... . ........ D
30 BILL McKENZIE .... . .. . .. . ... . ......... G
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FLAMES 1 PHIL MYRE ........................... G
2 BARRY GIBBS ..... . ..... . . . ...... . ... D
ail 3 PAT QUINN (C) ........... . . . ..... . . .. D
4 RICHARD MULHERN . . ............. .. .. D
V ice Pres id ent and 5 CURT BENNETT .. . ... . ... . ...... . . ... LW
Genera l M anager 6 JEAN LEMIEUX ........... ... . . . . ... ... D
CLIFF FLETCHER 7 RANDY MANERY . . . . ......... . .. .... .. D
9 BILL FLETT .... ... ..... . ... ... . ...... RW
Co ach 10 GERRY MEEHAN ......... ...... ....... C
FRED CR EI GHTON 12 TOM LYSIAK .............. ... ........ C
14 TIM ECCLESTONE .. . ...... . .... ... ... LW
Tra iner 16 BOB LEITER ..... . ....... .. ..... . . . . . . C
NORM M ACKIE 17 HILLIARD GRAVES .. . .. . ... . .. .. . .. . . . RW
18 REY COMEAU . . .. . . .... . ......... . .... C
Ass istant Tra iner 19 ED KEA ... ... . . ... . . . ........... .... . D
BOB ST EWART 20 DAVE KRYSKOW .. ... .. . .... .. ... . .. . LW
21 LARRY ROMANCHYCH .. ... . . ....... .. RW
22 CLAUDE ST. SAUVEUR ... . .............. C
23 LARRY CARRIERE ....... . . . ........... LW
30 DANIEL BOUCHARD ... . . ....... ... ..... G

SCOUTS 1975-76 Roster

Number Forwards Ht. Wt. Place of Birth Date of Birth 1974-75 Club 1974-75
G A Pts.
13 Robin Burns 6-0 203 Montreal , Quebec August 27, 1946 Kansas City
20 Don Cairns 6-1 190 Calgary, Alberta October 8, 1955 Victoria Jrs. 18 15 33
Guy Charron 5-10 175 Verdon, Quebec January 24, 1949 Detroit-Kansas City 32 37 69
7 Ga ry Cr oteau 6-0 205 Sudbury, Ontario June 20, 1946 Kansas City 14 39 53
18 Denis Dupere 6-1 195 Jonquiere, Quebec June 6, 1948 Washington-St. Louis
15 Ed Gilbert 6-0 185 Hamilton , Quebec March 12, 1952 Kansas City 8 11 19
10 Buster Harvey 5 - 11 185 Fredericton, N. B. April 2, 1950 Atlanta 23 21 44
Hugh Harvey 6-0 175 Kingston, Ontario June 25, 1949 Kansas City-Ft. Worth 16 22 38
8 Dave Hudson 6-0 175 St. Thomas, Ontario December 28, 1949 Kansas City 17 27 44
22 Sim on No let 5-10 182 St. Odi lon, Qu ebec November 23 , 1941 Kansas City 13 20 33
11 Wilf Paiement 6-0 191 Earlton , Ontario October 16, 1955 Kansas City
17 Craig Patrick 6-0 185 Detroit, M ich. May 20, 1946 California-St. Lou is 9 32 41
Randy Rota 5-8 166 Creston , B.C. A ugust 16, 1950 Kansas City 26 32 58
9 26 13 39
14
25 8 10 18
15 18 33

Defense 185 Kenora , Ontario October 7, 1938 Detroit 5 25 30
190 Virginia-Kansas City 4 6 10
5 Gary Bergman 5-11 190 Drummondville, Que. November 8, 1947 Kansas City 0 7
4 Clau de Houde 6-1 185 Pittsburgh-Kansas City 3 7
6 Larry Johnston 6-0 210 Kitchener, Ontario July 20, 1943 Balt.-K .C.-Springfield 2 17 20
26 Jean- Guy Lagace 5-10 180 Kamloops Jrs. 32 17 19
27 Roger Lemelin 6-3 190 L'Abord aPlooffe, Que. February 5, 1945 Kansas City 5 37 69
28 Terry McDonald 6-1 175 Ba ltimore-Kansas City 2 17 22
2 Jim McElmury 6-0 Iroquois Falls, Ontario February 6, 1954 10
3 Dennis Patterson 5-9 8
Coquitlam , B.C . June 17, 1955 so

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Goalies Mins. GA

1 D enis Herron 5-10 165 Chambly, Quebec June 18, 1952 Pitt.-Hershey-K .C. 2003 13 6
180 St. Thomas, Ontario March 12, 1949 Virginia-Detroit 1440 91
30 Bill McKenzie 5-11 180 Toronto, Ontario April 7, 1947 Buffalo 14
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TOP T EN SCORERS

Players Team GP G A PT S PIM PPG SHG GW GT

Bobby Orr Boston 80 46 89 135 101 16 2 4 2
Phil Esposito Boston 62 27 4 8 1
Ma rce l D i onne Detroit 79 61 66 127 14 15 10 2 3
Guy Lafleur Montreal 37 15 2 11 4
Pete Ma hovlich Montreal 80 47 74 121 64 14 1 3 2
Bobby Clarke Philadelphia 10 3 4 1
Re ne Robert Buffalo 70 53 66 119 125 14 0 3 3
Rod Gilbert NY Rangers 75 11 0 3
Gilbert Perreault Buffalo 80 35 82 117 22 12 0 8 2
Rick Ma rtin Buffalo 36 21 0 6 2
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23 1260 59 3 2.62
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KANSAS CITY SCO UTS 89

A Press Box'Jiew

(j;}Of The Scouts

By Floyd E. Sageser

Publisher
KC Fan Magazine

Coach Armand (B ep) Guidolin Shared by @HockeyMagazinesthe whole thing was upsetting. If KC FAN: You made an off-sea-
believes that his expansion club, you have eight straight on the son trade with St. Louis for NHL
which stumbled through a 15-54- road and can't win at least four veterans Craig Patrick and Denis
11 season last year (seven victories of them, you're in a hole because Dupere. Do you think they will
and six ties better than Washing- the other teams are winning while be of major help to the Scouts?
ton, the NHL's other fledgling you're losing. You have to have GUIDOLIN: You have to look at
club), can come much closer to a real talent to go on a road trip it this way. We let Lynn Powis
playoff berth this year. In the fol- like that. go in this trade, but we got back
lowing visit with KC Fan's Floyd KC FAN: If you could retrace what we think are two hockey
E. Sageser while in Kansas City your steps, is there anything you players who could score 40 goals
in August to conduct a 3-week did in coaching the Scouts last for us. We know that Dupere can
hockey school, Guidolin talks year that you would have done score. He isn't necessarily a
about last year's maiden season checking player, but Lynn Powis
for the Scouts in the NHL and differently? wasn't scoring the goals we
prospects for success in 1975-76. GUIDOLIN: There isn't much thought he could. In Patrick, we
Guidolin became the youngest you can do differently with a
player ever in the NHL when he first-year club. You look down have an experienced kid who has
ea rned a wartime berth with the your lineup and know you have
Boston Bruins at the age of 16 in to make do with what you have played in the NHL and can really
1942. His 9-year playing career and be positive about your ap- skate and hustle. They say he
took him from Boston to Detroit proach to the game. My approach isn't the best checker in the
and finally to Chicago. In Detroit, will be different this year. I won't world, either. But if we can come
he played with Scouts' General be giving players chances this year up with two or three tough kids,
Manager Sid Abel. He was coach that I did last year. We had play- you don't have to have all mus-
of the Boston Bruins' 1973-74 ers who weren't working and who cle on your hockey team. It's go-
team that lost a 6-game Stanley were getting caught out of posi- ing to take some time to get a
Cup series to Philadelphia. tion. Something elst I'll do dif- tough kid because no one wants
ferently this year is go with the
KC FAN: How do you feel about goaltender who is doing best rath- to let one go.
the Scouts' first season? er than rotating them. KC FAN: Considering what the
GUIDOLIN: We had one of the Scouts had to pay Wilf Paiement,
better seasons possible for an your 1974 No. 1 draftee, a lot of
expansion team. Our record Kansas City fans thought he was
shows that if we would have had a disappointment. Do you look for
a better start, we might have won more of a contribution from him
25 or 30 games. But during the this year?
season we made some trades that GUIDOLIN: It's hard for the
fans to realize the pressure that
helped us. is put on when a boy is only 18
KC FAN: Did the fact that you and is paid so much money. I'll
had to play your first eight say that whatever we paid him
games on the road because Kem- is fine. We'll find out in the next
per Arena wasn't completed put two or three years if we'll really
you in a hole before you ever get our money's worth. The boy
got started? scored 26 goals, and for a young
GUIDOLIN: We were away lad to come into the league as a
from home for two and a half rookie, he did pretty well. There
months. The players couldn't get are a lot of players in the NHL
their kids settled in school, and who have been here five or six
years who don't score that many
90 KANSAS CITY SCOUTS goals. There were a lot of things
he did on the ice that I wasn't

pleased with, but he did score a ic. All they're doing is making be on defense. We were hoping
lot of goals because we had a players millionaires who shouldn't we could get another defensem an
new club. But this year, he's going be. When they say they're going from somewhere, but we can't.
to have to learn that scoring goals to pay a player $6.5 million, even The three you mention right now
if his name is Bobby Orr, they're are our strongest centers and the
is fine, but you have to be a good just going to kill themselves. ones we are relying on unless we
checker - you have to use your KC FAN: Roger Lemelin, play- make some trades.
body if you're big and strong ing with the Springfield Indians KC FAN : You're going to have
in the American Hockey League, to get more scoring from your
like he is. He learned a lot last became the first Scouts' property wingers, aren't you?
year, and I'm anxious to see how to play on a league champion. GUIDOLIN: Right now we bad-
he comes along this year. Can he make the Scouts' team ly need another right winger to
KC FAN: You mention checking. this year? go along with Simon Nolet and
Can Kansas City fans expect a GUIDOLIN: He has a real good Paiement. There are four in the
harder-hitting, sharper-checki°ng chance. He played well down NHL who could be had, but you
team this year? there, but there is a difference have to look at the length of their
GUIDOLIN: I always was a check- like day and night between the contracts. S~y you get a winger
ing hockey player myself. I stayed American and National Hockey who has only a year to go on his
in the league almost 10 years by Leagues. He has all the talent to contract and then he goes to the
checking, hitting and fighting. Last become a National Leaguer. I WHA. That makes it tough. You
year we didn 't have that kind of hope he learned a lot by being pick up a big salary and then he
·club. It's going to take some time, sent down last year. He was mak- leaves you.
but I want a rough, tough hockey ing too many mistakes with us KC FAN: Simon Nolet, at age
club. last year, but he could be a real 34, is at a point where he might
KC FAN: What is your attitude good one. be expected to be slowing down.
toward the World Hockey Associ- KC FAN: Center, with Guy Yet he had a great year last year.
ation? Charron, Dave Hudson and Ed Do you think he can keep up that
GUIDOLIN: They say they are Gilbert, seems solid. Will this be pace this year?
here to stay, but they are hurting the strongest area of your team GUIDOLIN: That is why I say
sports. Any league that pays a ton this year? we need another right winger.
of money to players and yet GUIDOLIN: We're hoping that We have to be able to give Si-
doesn't pay its bills is hurting the strongest part of our club will
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Magnet, Individual .55 Novelties
Fred Ha rvey, Inc.
Magnet, Standing Board of 18 7.50 Kemper A rena
18th and Genessee
Necktie 6.50 Kansas City, Mo. 64102

Opener, Skate Bottle 7.00 Add 50¢ fo r postage and handlin g
TOTAL
Pennant 1.25
Name
Plaque, Team 15.00
(Please Pri nl)
Pom Porn 1.00
Address,_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Portrait, Player 1.00
C ity_ _ _ __ _ __ _State_ _ _ _~ ip_ _ __
Po <; ter I C'o :or ::.oo

Puck, l lockey 1.50

'iharpener, Skate J.00

KANSAS C ITY SCO UTS 91

continued could play anywhere you wanted Kansas City fans in their first
him to except goal. If you put year of major league hockey?
mon more time off. There is too him on defense, there are 20 GUIDOLIN: You had your 5,000
much pressure on him, particularly games he would win for you on hard-core fans from watching the
the power plays. Every time I'm the point, on power plays and on old Blues. You could tell they
in trouble I can't be throwing shots on the net. He's a fantastic knew hockey by the way they
Simon in there, because by the hockey player, but he still isn't reacted by clapping their hands
time the third period comes along worth $6.5 million. on offsides and checking.
he has no steam left. If we can KC FAN: With expansion and KC FAN: The Philadelphia Fly-
get another right winger to take the WHA, there is some talk that ers have won the Stanley Cup the
the pressure off Nolet, you'll see the Canadian minor league pro- last two years with a brawling,
even better performance from gram can't supply the demand for fighting style of hockey. Will we
him. There was a lot of pressure quality players. Is there any evi- be seeing more teams trying to
on him last year. dence that the U. S. program will match their style of play this year?
KC FAN: That mid-season trade be able to take up some of this GUIDOLIN: Philadelphia hasn't
for Charron, Denis Herron and slack? started a new trend in hockey.
Jean-Guy Lagace had to have GUIDOLIN: Talent is being That's the style of hockey that
been a real steal. picked off simply by money. If it was played 35 years ago and the
GUIDOLIN: Yes, we stole that wasn't for that, the minor leagues style of hockey I played. Their
one. Pittsburgh thought they would be loaded with talent. In coach, Fred Shero, played that
were getting something because my own hockey school here in type of hockey. I'll take that kind
they needed a goalie and they got Kansas City, I saw kids skate of a trend in Kansas City because
Michel Plasse. But Plasse was whom I couldn't believe. I usual- that's how you win Stanley Cups.
talking WHA to our players, say- ly go to hockey schools and have KC FAN: What do you think
ing we couldn't do this and that to put chairs on the ice to help are the Scouts' chances of making
and if he couldn't get the money them stand up. You would be the playoffs this season?
here he was going to leave us. amazed at the way some of the GUIDOLIN: It's going to be
When he threatened us, that's kids around here can skate. tough. We have to have a good
when we made the deal, and we Hockey in the U.S. is going to start and may have to make a
are happy we made it. get stronger. key deal. Our boys are up to go,
KC FAN: Speaking of deals, if KC FAN: You came from Bos- so if a deal or two materializes
you had your choice of any one ton, a real hotbed of hockey. : we could fool a few people.
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ICING OFFSIDE PASS OFFSIDE
A team is offside when a player crosses
Icing is called when a player shoots the An offside pass occurs when a member the blue line before the puck . The deter-
puck from hi own-or defensive- of the attac king te am passes the puc k mining factor in an offside is the po sition
zone across the opponent's goal line from behind his own blue line to a tea m- of the s kates; they must both be over
(but not through the goal crease). Icing mate across the centre red line. the line a head of the puck to be con-
is not called when a team is s hort- An attacking player may pass the puck sidered offside.
handed ; when a player could have over the centre red line and the blue line
touched puck before it went across goal to a teammate , as long as the teammate KANSAS CITY SCOUTS 93
line ; when a pl ayer from icing team does not cross the blue line before the
touches puck first. puck .

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© 1972 The Miller Brewing Co ., Milwaultee, Wis.

95

ART ROSS Shared by @HockeyMagazines CONN SMYTHE
TROPHY TROPHY
An annu al award "to the pl ayer who
leads th e league in scori ng points at An an nual award '· to the most valu ab le
the end of the regular season ." player for hi s te am in the entire
pl ayoffs:·

CLARENCE S. LADY BYNG
CAMPBELL BOWL MEMORIAL TROPHY
An annual award " to the player ad-
Thl: Clarrnc.:L: S. CampbL:11 Howl is judged to have exhibited the best type
presented each year to the team finish- of sportsmanship and gentl eman ly
ing in first place in the Campbell conduct combined with a high sta ndard
Conference at the end of the regular of playing ab il ity:·
championship schedule.

THE STANLEY CUP
Awarded annually to the team winning
the National Hockey League's best-of-
seve n playoff round.

CALDER MEMORIAL TROPHY JAMES ORRIS
An annual award " to the pl ayer MEMORIAL TROPHY
selected as the most proficient in hi s An annual award " to the defen se player
first year of competition in the ational w ho demonstrates throughout the sea-
Hockey League." so n the greatest all -around ability in
that position."
96 KANSAS CITY SCOUTS

Fans may now make reservations for the 1975 Stanley
Cup Highlights . Produced by the NHL , the action-
packed 25-minute color presentation documents the
pugnacious Philadelphia Flyers' exciting defense of
the league championship. Projection equipment as
well as the highlights from the 1972 and 1973 Stanley
Cup are also available. The films are available
free to civic , school and business groups.

For information on obtaining the film, write to Speakers
Bureau , Kansas City Scouts, Kemper Arena, Kansas
City, Missouri 64102 or call the Scouts office at
474-0600.
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Enjoy a great Golden ~x steak.

S then leave your car m our
free, lighted lot and stroll across
the street to the new Arena.
K.C. Scouts
We're happy to Come en joy a great steak di nn er at the nationally-famous G olden Ox . Choose
be a part of fro m specially selected , aged steaks prepared as only the Golden Ox people
your future.
See us for - , can . served in the warm , folksy atmosphere of the Old West
Scouts mementoes
and tickets to N o wonder Esquire Magazine ca lls it " Kansas City·s finest
future games. • steak house :· and lists the Go lde n Ox as " one of

America ·s top 40 steak houses:·

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Open dally, Sundays too.

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GET YOUR TICKETS TO A SEASON OF HAVE A GROUP GET-TOGETHER WITH
EXCITEMENT
THE SCOUTS!
Scouts season ticket sales continue to be Hard-hitting Scouts action means an ex-
brisk throughout the season! Insure yourself citing night for any group. Companies, clubs,
the best possible seats for the rest of this years churches, youth groups, any organization can
schedule and for the 1976-77 season. save up to $2 on the best seats in Kemper
Arena.
While every seat in beautiful Kemper Arena The Scouts will help you stir interest in your
is designed for a sharp view of the action, group. It ' s an enjoyable event in itself when
you ' ll find a broad range of season seating the Scouts send a player and representative to
locations and prices. your group meeting. The player talks about
his -own NHL experiences, narrates a Scouts
Don't be standing in line for "any sea_t supplied film of the 1975-76 Stanley Cup
available" when the Scouts play the big ones finals, and even gives autographs.
this year. And don 't expect to be able to buy Ken Burton , Scouts group sales director, is
tickets when the Stanley Cup comes to waiting to hear from you. Give him a call
Kansas City ... because there simply won't today at 474-0600.

be any!
Call Miss Bobbie Brooks for the best

possible season tickets still available.
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NHLOfficials

Ian (Scotty) Morrison Shared by @HockeyMagazines REFEREES Dan McLeod
REFEREE In-CHIEF
(3) Ron Wicks (1) Bruce Hood
~J. (4) Wally Harris
(2) Lloyd Gilmour
William (Dutch) (5) Dave ewell (36) Bruce Garside
van Deelen (6) Bryan Lewis (37) Bob Luther
(10) John McCauley (38) Randy Shantz
Frank Udvari (11) Bob Myers (39) John F. Brown
(12) Andy van Hellemond (40) Randy Mitton
(7) Matt Pavelich (41) Doug Geiger
(8) Neil Armstrong (14) Alf Lejeune (42) Gordon Broseker
(9) John D'Amico (15) Dave Shewchyk
(18) Malcolm Ashford (16) Bob Kilger
(21) Will Norris (17) Terry Pierce
(22) Claude Bechard (19) Ron Hoggarth
(23) Leon Stickle (20) Gregg Madill
IOO KANSAS CITY SCOUTS (24) Denis Morel
(25) Charlie Banfield
(31) Kerry Fraser
(35) Murray Harding

LINESMEN'S NUMBERS

(26) Ron Finn
(27) Gerard Gauthier
(28) Jim Christison
(29) Ray Scapinello
(30) Swede Knox
(33) Ryan Bozak
(34) Bob Hodges

Referee's INTERFERENCE

Signals Crossed arms
stationary in front
of chest.

SLASHING TRIPPING Shared by @HockeyMagazinesBOARDINGMISCONDUCT HOLDING

A series of Extending right Pounding the Placing of both Clasping either
chopping motions leg forward, clear closed fist of one hands on hips wrist with the
w.ith the edge of of the ice, and hand into the several times and other hand well
one hand across striking it with right open palm of the pointing to in front of the
the opposite forearm. hand below the knee. "other hand. penalizeq player. chest.

ELBOWING HOOKING CROSS-CHECKING CHARGING HIGH-STICKING

Tapping either A series of tugging A series of forward Rotating clenched Holding both fists ,
elbow with the motions with both and backward fists around one clenched , one
opposite hand. arms, as if pulling motions with both another in front immediately above
something toward fists clenched of chest. the other, at
the stomach; extending from the height of the
the chest. forehead.

ICING "WASH-OUT"

Arms folded Both arms swung laterally
across the across the body with palms
chest. down.
1. When used by the Referee

it means goal disallowed.
2. When used by Linesmen it

means there is no icing or
no off-side.

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SCOUTS'Radio

Whatever Shared by @HockeyMagazinesDick Carlson, the popular hockeyWDAFs main signal to be transmitted
your game plan "Voice of the Scouts," will once again into Kemper Arena to keep all Scouts
broadcast every game, home and away1 fans at the game right on top of the
of life. over WDA F Radio 61. action.
BMA has a
personal insurance The installation of a low-powered Carlson. 31. started broadcasting
plan for you !
broadcast repeater has allowed hockey during the Scouts first season
* Life and Health Insurance following three years of play-by-play
work for the Ka nsas City Chiefs of
* Hospital ization the National Football League. Before
* Major Medical Expense coming to Kan sas City in 1971 . the
Chicago native spent five years with
* Gtoup Insurance KOA-TV in Den ve r where he did
announcing work for the Broncos,
* Pension Plans
Rockets of the American Bas ketball
~_y Association and the University of Col-
orado.
B us 1NF:Ss M E N ·s A ssu RAN CE
Carl on hosts "Scouting the
(.J~~J °ii o,.....-..c~ Scouts.'' a pre-game show on the radio
broadcasts featuring comment and
Homt 011,<r BUA lo wt r L, Mu Ct!f. Mo JS)-1000 interviews with the Scouts players and

5 Area Sales Offices other HL perso na litie s 20 minute s
DOWNTOWN before faceoff. The ··scoreboard
Show" immediately following every
600 United Mo. Bank Bldg. game updates other NHL ac tio n, pro-
842 -2800 vides an instant replay of the wi nning
goal and a li ve on-air interview with the
NORTH Scouts "Star of Stars.. after each home
1510 N.E. Russell Rd. contest.

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This hand some publication is KEMPER ARENA
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credited on a goal , usually being Offering Circulars
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players handling the puck. at center ice , across from the team Annual Reports
benches where players must sit when
BACKHAND: a shot taken by a player serving a penalty. CONFERENCE ROOM
from the opposite side of his normal and CONFERENCE PHONE
delivery. A righthander shooting PENALTY SHOT: A free shot on a
from his left and vice versa for a guarded net is awarded a player FACILITIES
left hander. clearly disrupted on a breakaway
attempt. OVERNIGHT FILING
BACKCHECKING: The defensive SERVI CE AVAi LAB LE
man c uver by forwards coming back POINT: The offensive position taken by
to their own end of the ice to protect a defenseman slightly inside the Around the Clock Service
their goal. opponents blue line clo.se to the by Experienced Personnel
boards.
BREAKAWAY: When a player attacks PHONE 421-2020
the opposing goaltender from the POKE CHECK: A defensive man e uver SMITH GRIEVES
blue line without other defensive of knocking the puck from an COMPANY
pressure. opponent by using the blade of the
stick. 1717 WASHINGTON
CLEARING THE PUCK: Shooting the KANSAS CITY. MO 64108
puck out of danger from your PULLING THE GOALIE: When a team
defensive zone to the other end of the is losing by one goal near the end of KANSAS CITY SCOUTS l 03
ice . the game , it will sometimes replace
the goaltender with an extra forward
DEKE: A fake by the puckcarrier to try and tie the score .
hoping to allow him to skate around
his opponent. REFEREE'S CREASE: The 10' 2"
official's sanctuary from all players
DROP PASS: Puckcarrier leaves the when he skates to the timekeeper,
puck for a teammate trailing behind. located between the penalty boxes ,
where he reports his final decision on
FACEOFF: The dropping of the puck to a goal or penalty.
start play at the beginning of each
period , after a stoppage of play and RINK: An artificial ice surface sur-
following a goal . rounded by wooden or fiberglass
boards. Average NHL length is 200
FORECHECKING: A defensive tactic feet by 85 feet. The center red line
employed by a team's forwards divides the ice into equal halves . The
attempting to bottle up the opposition neutra l zone is sectioned from
attacking zones by the two blue lines.
in their own end .
SLAP SHOT: When a player raises his
FREEZING THE PUCK: When two or stick well over his rear shou lder
more players pin the puck against before whacking the puck.
the boards resulting in a faceoff.
WRIST SHOT: A method of shooting
HAT TRICK: When a player scores the puck with a quick snap of the
three goals in one game. wrist. Quicker and more accurate
t han the slap shot.
MISCONDUCT: A LO-minute or match
penalty is given to a player for
abusive conduct to an official or

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ON THE PUCK
(GOALKEEPER)

When a goalkeeper holds
tr.e puck with his hands
for longer than three
seconds. with no attacking
players around or near
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