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October 22, 1949

October 22, 1949

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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W.C.H.L. SCHEDULE

OCTOBER 14 — Edmonton at Calgary Saskatoon at Regina 15 — Calgary at Edmonton Regina at Saskatoon 18 — Edmonton at Saskatoon 19 — Edmonton at Regina 21 — Edmonton at Saskatoon Regina at Calgary 25 — Saskatoon at Edmonton 28 — Emonton at Calgary Saskatoon at Regina 29 — Regina at Saskatoon Calgary at Edmonton NOVEMBER 1 — Calgary at Regina 2 — Calgary at Saskatoon 4 — Calgary at Regina 5 — Regina at Saskatoon 7 — Regina at Edmonton 9 — Regina at Calgary 10 — Edmonton at Saskatoon 11 — Edmonton at Regina 12 — Saskatoon at Calgary 14 — Saskatoon at Edmonton 16 — Regina at Edmonton 18 — Edmonton at Calgary 19 — Regina at Saskatoon Calgary at Edmonton 21 — Saskatoon at Regina 22 — Calgary at Saskatoon 23 — Calgary at Regina 25 — Edmonton at Calgary 26 — Calgary at Edmonton 30 — Calgary at Edmonton Saskatoon at Regina DECEMBER 2 — Saskatoon at Calgary 3 — Saskatoon at…

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EGAN THE GREAT

Pat Egan started his hockey career with the now defunct New York Americans, led at that time by the colorful Red Dutton. Egan and Dutton were always having hot words together and usually Egan won out. Word got around to Red that Egan was becoming a night hawk and so he decided to call the stocky defenseman onto the carpet. About that time Egan was a little short in pocket money and he was going to call on Red for an advance on his pay anyway. As Egan stood in front of Dutton, “Big Red” started to give him a blast. “You think you’re pretty good, don’t you,” said Red. “No Sir,” replied Egan. “Well do you think you’re having a good year?” Asked Dutton. “No Sir, I don’t.” “But you do think you’re a…

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THE POINT PARADE

(Includes Games of Oct. 17) THE LEADERS Most Goals: Douglas, 6. Most Assists: Douglas, 7. Most Pen.: Bud McPherson, Cin. (15 min.). Shutouts: Terry Sawchuk (1); Gil Mayer (1). Hat Tricks: Douglas and MacKay; Four goals in one game: Benson. Team Pen. Leader; Springfield, (44 min.).…

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Quebec Juniors Start The Race To Hold Cup

MONTREAL. Oue.— The oldest organized hockey league in the world opened again here last week, but with one difference. Within the confines of the Montreal Forum rested the coveted Memorial Cup, symbol of junior hockey supremacy in the Dominion. Proud owners are the Montreal Royals, who brought the mug here for the first time in 31 years when they battled the Brandon Wheat Kings to a record-breaking eight games, exactly five months ago. And so the Junior Amateur Hockey Association got off to a flying start, with the Royals hot favorites to top the compact seven-club circuit again. They have seven holdovers from the team that returned to a tremendous public reception here May 19 in the blazing heat. Comprising the JAHA this year are Royals, Quebec Citadels, Montreal Canadiens, Three Rivers Reds, Montreal…