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December 1, 1948

December 1, 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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NATIONAL LEAGUE

Centre Red Line The red line which stretches ocross the ceutre of rinks, was introduced into the National Hockey Ltague during the season of 1913-44. The idea was to speed up and open up the game which most followers of the game feel it did. Remember The Maroons The Montreal Maroons, one of the most colorful teams ever to play In the National Hockey League, retired from N.H.L. competition back in 1938. There are still fans around who will remember some of the games they played against Canadiens. HOW THE RACE GOES STANDINGS ON TLES. A.M., NOV. 30 last Week’s Games November 24 — Canadiens 8, at Toronto 3; Boston 5. at Detroit S. November 25 — Toronto 2, at Canadians 0; Rangers 4, at Chicago 6. November 27 — Boston 2, at Canadiens 0; Rangers 0, at Toronto…

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Italian Stars Idols Of ‘The Hil’

ST. LOUIS. Mo. — Residents of St. Louis won’t be at all surprised if some morning they wake up and find streamers and banners plastered over their fair city reading “Mariucci for Mayor”, “Licari for Sheriff”, “Grosso for Aiderman” and “Pozzo for Committeeman”. All four are of Italian descent and all four are members of the 1948-49 Flyer hockey team. Mariucci and Licari are new to St. Louis hockey fans. However, Grosso and Pozzo are in their second and fourth year respectively with the St. Louis club, and while the Italian sector of St. Louis long ago adopted Grosso and Pozzo, it took only one or two games this season for them to claim Mariucci and Licari as their heroes. The Italian section of St. Louis has had much to be proud of…

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In The Lead

Tod Compeau, Dallas Texans’ forward of the USHL, took over the lead in the scoring race on Nov. 14, and from the pace he is setting the others are going to have a very difficult time catching him.…

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O.H.A. Senior “A”

HOW THE RACE COES STANDINGS ON FRT. A.M., NOV. 26 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19 Owen Sound 4. at Marlboros 6. Owen Sound: Goal, Gilson; defense, B. Small Hayward; centre, Shabaga; wings McCrormack, Smith; subs: Kazarian. Doran, Favero. Fors’und, Ingo’.lSby, Gillespie. Fife White. Marlboros: Goal, Harvey: defense, Simpson, Robertson; center, Mair; wings, Davidson E. Small; subs: McCormack, Hannigan Buchanan, McLellan, Blair, Timgren, Johnson, Hallett. Officials: Honey Kuntz and Red Farrell. K.W. Dutchmen 4, at Hamilton 3 Hamilton: Goal Childs; defense, Laris rent. Mloclnovitch; center, Shillington; wings. J. Conick, T. Smelle; subs.: C. Smelle, Comfort. Brady, A. Conick, Lovelace, Liscombe, Dixon, Naylor. Kitchenei-Waterloo: Goal, Pelletier, dense, Jacklin, Dinning; center, D. Bauer; wings, Grasser, Hurst; subs.: Behling, Dzuira, Anderson. Verity, weiler, Curik, Shewchuk, Herchenratter. Officials: Pero Allen. Al Woods. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 20 Marlboros 3, at Owen Sound 4. Toronto: Goal, Harvey; defense, Robertson Davidson; center, McCormack; wings…