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Best Wishes '1975-76
to the K.t\NSASCITY
Kansas City Scouts
in their 1975-76 Season.
All broadcast times are 20 minutes before game time
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GEN ERA L OFFICES
KA NSAS CIT Y , MISSOU R I 6 4 116Shared by @HockeyMagazinesOct. 8. 1975 (Wed .) N.Y. ISLANDERS
Oct. 11. 1975 (Sat. ) VANCOUVER
Serving the petroleum, feed, fertilizer and Oct. 18. 1975 (Sat. ) ATLA TA
farm supply needs of 2,100 local Coopera- Oct. 25. 1975 (Sat. ) CHICAGO
tives throughout 15 Midwestern states. Oct. 30, 1975 (Thurs .) WASHINGTON
l!JiR)A~Dl061 ov . 5. 1975 (Fri .) TORO TO
Nov . 7. 1975 (Thurs.) ST. LOUIS
HOME OF THE SCOUTS (Sat. ) DETROIT
ov. 27. 1975 (Wed .) MONTREAL
Hear All The Action Nov . 29. 1975
Dec. 3, 1975 (Fri .) .Y. RANGERS
Home Or Away Dec. 5, 1975 (Tues.) PITTSBURGH
Dec . 9. 1975 (Thurs .) MINNESOTA
ON Dec. 11 , 1975 (Wed. ) VANCOUVER
Dec. 17, 1975 (Fri .) DETROIT
The Sound of Kansas City Dec. 19, 1975 (Tues.) BUFFALO
Dec. 23 , 1975 (Thurs.) PHILADELPHIA
l ! J iR)AD~l0 61 Jan. I. 1976 (Sat. ) ATLANTA
Jan. 3. 1976 (Wed .) LOS ANGELES
I06 KANSAS CITY SCOUTS Jan. 7, 1976 (Sa t.) N .Y . RANGERS
Jan. 10. 1976 (Thurs .) TORONTO
Jan. 15. 1976 (Sat. ) PHILADELPHIA
Jan. 17. 1976 (Wed. ) ST. LOUIS
Jan . 21 , 1976 (Sa t.) PITTSBURGH
Jan . 31. 1976 (Wed. ) ST. LOUIS
Feb. 4, 1976 (Sat. ) WASHINGTON
Feb. 7. 1976 (Thurs.)
Feb. 12. 1976 ( Sa t. ) .Y. ISLANDERS
Feb. 14, 1976 (Wed. ) CHICAGO
Feb. 18, 1976 ( Fri. ) BOSTON
Feb. 20 , 1976 (Sun .)** ATLA TA
Feb. 22, 1976 (Wed .) MIN ESOTA
Feb. 25. 1976 (Sat. ) MO TREAL
Feb. 28 , 1976 (Thurs.) BUFFALO
Mar. 4. 1976 PHILADELPHIA
Mar. 6, 1976 (Sat. ) VANCOUVER
(Tue s. ) CHICAGO
Ma r. 16, 1976 (Thurs .) BOSTON
Ma r. 18, 1976 (Wed. ) MINNESOTA
Ma r. 20. 1976 (Tue s .) LOS ANGELES
Ma r. 24 , 1976
Mar. 30. 1976
All Home Games start at 7:35 p.m.
** Afternoon game on 2-22-76 starts at 2:05 p. m.
BROADCAST TIMES ARE "KA SAS CITY TIME"
Radio- WDAF Radio 61
TV-KBMA-TV Channel 41
The best round of dining &
dancing ...La Tour en Rond
& Cloud Nine Lounge
AWAY Enjoy the view of the Ka nsas City Skyline from the La
Tour en Rand revolving rooftop restaurant . The food?
7:45 Oct. 14 , 1975 (Tues.) ST. LOUIS Delightful. The service? Efficient and friendly. And great
6: 15 Oct. 22, 1975 (Wed.) WASHINGTON dancing with top entertainment in the Cloud Nine Lounge.
6:15 Oct. 23, 1975 (Thurs.) BOSTON
Oct. 29 , 1975 (Wed .) Scheduled Courtesy Car service to [i.
7:45 Nov. I, 1975 (Sat.) MINNESOTA Kemper Arena is also available. -
7:45 Nov. 2, 1975 (Sun.) TORONTO
5:45 Nov . 12 , 1975 (Wed.) PHILADELPHIA La Tou r en Rand atop the
6:45 Nov . 13 , 1975 (Thurs.) Shared by @HockeyMagazinesATLANTA
6: 15 Nov. 16, 1975 (Sun.) DETROIT 13th & Wyandotte • 221-8800 Kansas City, Missouri
5:45 Nov. 19, 1975 (Wed.) BOSTON FREE Indoor Parking
6: 15 Nov . 22 , 1975 (Sat.) N.Y. RANGERS
6:45 Nov. 23 , 1975 (Sun.) N .Y. ISLANDERS TheMetro
5:45 Nov . 26 , 1975 (Wed .) BUFFALO saves you money.
7:45 Nov. 30, 1975 (Sun.) ST. LOUIS Coming and going.
7: 15 Dec. 6, 1975 (Sat.) CHICAGO
7:45 Dec. 13 , 1975 (Sat.) MINNESOTA Next time you're heading for Kemper Arena,
6:45 Dec. 16, 1975 (Tues.) MONTREAL try a new way out. Ride a Metro bus.
6:45 Dec. 20, 1975 (Sat.) ATLANTA
7:45 Dec. 27, 1975 (Sat.) TORONTO • Regular service from downtown. Special Metro
9:45 Dec. 28, 1975 (Sun.) LOS ANGELES buses operate between downtown Kansas City
8:45 Dec . 30, 1975 (Tues.) CALIFORNIA and the Arena before and after all Scouts· and
9:45 Jan. 6, 1976 (Tues.) VANCOUVER Kings· home games, as well as other Arena
6:45 Jan. 14, 1976 (Wed .) N.Y. ISLANDERS events. The fare : just 40¢ each way. For more
6: 15 Jan. 20, 1976 (Tues.) DETROIT information , call 241-0303.
*TBA Jan. 23 , 1976 (Fri.) ALL STAR GAME
9:45 Jan. 25, 1976 CALIFORNIA • Special Charter service for groups. When you
7: 15 Jan. 28, 1976 (Sun.) have a group going to the Arena, take advan-
7:45 Jan. 29. 1976 (Wed.) CHICAGO tage of the Metro's economical Charter rates .
6: 15 Feb. 15 , 1976 (Thurs.) MINNESOTA For full details, call 471-6299.
6: 15 Feb. 17, 1976 (Sun.) PITTSBURGH
6:15 Feb. 26 , 1976 (Tues.) N.Y. RANGERS ..
6:45 Mar. 7, 1976 (Thurs .) PITTSBU RGH
5:45 Mar. 10, 1976 (Sun.) N .Y. ISLANDERS [email protected]
9:45 Mar. 13, 1976 (Wed.) PHILADELPHIA
7:45 Mar. 21, 1976 (Sat.) VANCOUVER RIDE THE METRO TO
5:45 Mar. 23, 1976 (Sun.) ST. LOUIS
6: 15 Mar. 27, 1976 (Tues.) BUFFALO Kemper Arena
*TBA Mar. 28, 1976 (Sat.) WASH INGTON
6: 15 Mar. 31, 1976 (Sun.) MONTREAL Kansas City Area Transportation Authority
7: 15 Apr. 3. 1976 (Wed.) N.Y. RANGERS 1627 Main. Kansas City, Mo. 64108
9:45 Apr. 4, 1976 (Sat.)
3:45 (Sun.) CHICAGO KANSAS CITY SCOUTS I 07
*TBA-To Be Announced
SCOUTS' Shared by @HockeyMagazinesFIRST PLAYER DRAFTED- Wilf Paiement (May 28. 1974)
FIRST PLAYER SIGNED-E;d Gilbert (Ju ne 13, 1974)
GUNZO'S FIRST PLAYER TRADED- The NHL rights to Bob Bourne
to New York Islanders for Bart Crashley and the NHL rights
UNITED STATES to Larry Hornung (comp leted Sept. 28, 1974).
LARGEST INVENTORY OF FIRST EXH IB ITION GAME - Pittsburgh Penguins 4 ,
Scouts I at Port Huron. Michigan (Sept. 21, 1974).
HOCKEY EQUIPMENT! FI RST EXHIBITION WIN - Scouts 6. Pittsburgh Penguins
2 at Brantford , Ontario (Sept. 26. 1974) .
EXCLUSIVE SCOUTS FIRST EXHIBITION SEASON GOAL - Norm Dube (Ed
SUPPLIER & OFF CIAL Gilbert , Chris Evans), 6: 15 of the first period against
SUPPLIER FOR 9 Pittsburgh at Port Huron , Michigan (Sept. 21 , 1974).
0TH ER PRO TEAMSJ.
FIRST REGULAR SEASO GAME - Toronto Maple Leafs
• COMPLET E T EAM OUTFITT ING 6, Scouts 2 at Toronto, Ontario (Oct. 9, 1974).
• ALL T HE TOP LI NES OF EQUIP- FIRST WIN - Scouts 5, Washington Capitals 3 at Landover,
MENT • CUSTOM SKATE FITT ING Maryland. Game-Winning Goal - Butch Deadmarsh (Ed
• OFF ICIA L T EA M JACKETS, Gi lbert. Larry Giroux), 12: 19 of the third period (Nov. 3,
SWEATERS AND JE RSEYS • IF 1974).
IT'S HOCKEY, WE CARR Y IT . FIRST KEMPE R ARENA VICTORY- Scouts 5, St. Louis
HOCKEY EQUIP ENT HEADQUARTERS Blues 3. Game-Winning Goal-Richard Lemieux (un-
F OR '/fHE /ENTIRE U.S .A. assisted), 15:04 of the second period ( ov. 13, 1974) .
FIRST TIE - Scouts 4, California Golden Seals 4 at Oakland ,
Gunzo's Sports Center, Inc. California. Game-Tying Goal-Simon Nolet (Brent
Hughes, Ed Gilbert) , 0:53 of the third period (Oct. 23 , 1974) .
7706 W. MADISON ST., RIVER FOREST, ILL. 23 , 1974).
Phone: 771-8666 FIRST KEMPER ARENA DEFEAT - Chicago Black Hawks
4, Scouts 3 (Nov. 2, 1974).
HOCKE Y tS DUR ONLY BlJSINESSI FIRST GOAL - Simon Nolet (Dave Hudson, Jim Mc-
I08 KANSAS CITY SCOUTS Elmury). 0:56 of the first period against Maple Leafs in
Toronto (Oct. 9, 1974).
FIRST KEMPE R ARENA GOAL - Wilf Paiement (Jim
McElmury), 14:58 of the first period against Chicago
Black Hawks ( ov . 2, 1974).
FIRST PENALTY-Richard Lemieux (tripp ing). 3:30 of the
first period against Maple Leafs in Toronto (Oct. 9, 1974).
FIRST POWERPLAY GOAL-Butch Deadmars h (Chris
Evans , Dave Hudson) , 8:06 of the first period against New
York Islanders on Long Island (Oct. 12 , 1974).
FIRST SHORTHANDED GOAL - Simon Nolet (Butc h
Deadmarsh). 18:27 of the second period at Philadelphia
(Oct. 13 , 1974).
FIRST SHUTOUT AGAINST - Gary Edwards, Los Angeles
Kings 3. Scouts O in Los Angeles ,(Oct. 19, 1974).
FIRST HAT TRICK AGAI ST - Eric Vail , Atlanta Flames
4, Scouts 2. in Atlanta ,(Nov. 27. 1974).
FIRST TWO-GOAL GAME-Ed Gilbert. Scouts 5, St. Louis
2 in Kemper Arena(Nov. 13. 1974).
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