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October 27, 1948

October 27, 1948

The Hockey News has been providing the most comprehensive coverage of the world of hockey since 1947. In each issue, you'll find news, features and opinions about the NHL and leagues across North America and the world.

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OHA Senior “A” League

STANDINGS O.H.A. SENIOR STANDING ON FRI. A.M., OCT. 22 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15 Owen Sound 5, at Hamilton 9 Kitchener 3, at Stratford 1 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16 Hamilton 8, at Owen Sound 2 Kitchener 2 at Stratford 8 (tie) TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19 Marltsoros 1 at Stratford 8 Kitchener 3, at Owen Sound 7 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20 Marlboros 2, at Hamilton 3…

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New York Rangers Roster

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SHERO JUST MADE IT AND NO MORE

Young Freddie Shero, New Ranger defense player gets into the rookie classification this season by the skin of his teeth. Last year he played 10 games for New York, and as a player has to take part in 20 contests before coming out of the rookie class, Shero made it by one game. Freddie is not big as defensemen go, but can take good care of himself. He is also used the forward line when needed, age boxer and once held the Manitoba flyweight title. Used to be a better than aver…

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Aura Of Sadness Surrounds Early “Dream” Contests

There will be glamour, bunting, flags, bands and glory aplenty, when the world champion Toronto Maple Leafs meet the best in the National Hockey League here November 3 in the second official All-Star game — but for sheer drama and heart-warming appeal, it can’t approach that first time 14years ago when Toronto and a galaxy of stars from other clubs met in Maple Leaf Gardens for the “Ace” Bailey Benefit game. Nor will it have the aura of sadness and sentiment that surrounded those two other contests in Montreal, the Memorial Games for the great Howie Morenz and the stouthearted “Babe” Siebert, whose deaths saddened the hockey world—Morenz as a result of an injury in the Montreal Fcrum, and Siebert in a tragic drowning. But it will be a great game for…