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October 29, 1949

October 29, 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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THE POINT PARADE

(Including Gaines of Sunday, Oct. 16) NORTHERN DIVISION GOALKEEPERS RECORDS Most Penalties SOUTHERN DIVISION GOALKEEPERS RECORDS Most Penalties…

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HOCKEY CROSSWORD

(Solution Next Week) ACROSS 1 Right winger pictured in center. 5 “Sonny” Agar’s initials. 7 St. Louis center. 9 Date in July on which “Red” Kelly celebrates birth. 12 Short for first name of Pettinger, former Ranger. 13 Games are often shown on this (abbr.) 14 What Lidio Fogolin is called. 16 Suffix in numbers. 17 Initials of Ailsby, St. Paul player. 18 Former N.H.L. player known as “Mush.” 20 Birthplace of Bill Woodward, Fort Worth center (abbr.). 23 First name of Macintosh, St. Paul player. 25 Initials of St. Louis goalie. 26 Hint. 27 Nickname of 25 Across. 28 Gaye Stewart’s is 26. 29 Goalie may—stick with higher blade than other players 31 Nickname of pictured star. 32 Symbol for glucinum. 34 What unsportsmanlike play evokes from fans. 36 Short for first name of Pozzo. left winger for Flyers. 38 Pictured player celebrates birth—April 24. 39 Initials of coach of A.H.L. champions. 41 N.H.L.…

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Great Pair

The 1949-50 season marks the 26th consecutive season that Arthur H. Ross has guided the destinies of the Boston Bruins. He is the oldest executive in the N.H.L. in point of service. It is pretty well recognized everywhere that Art Ross and Lester Patrick, also a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, have contributed more to hockey than any other two individuals. Oddly enough, Ross and Patrick were boyhood pals and played all sports together as boys in their native Montreal.…

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International Hockey League Race Standing and Leading Scorers

STANDINGS Results of Games Detroit Auto Club 5, Windsor 5 Detroit Hettche 4, Sarnia 2 Leading Scorers Detroit 5, Ryancrete 5 Coming from behind twice Windsor gained a 5-5 tie in the league’s opening game. The Ryancrete team which was winless throughout the 1948-49 campaign showed considerable improvement. Auto Club struck for three goals in the first seven minutes, only to see Windsor deadlock the game midway in the second period. Al Renfrew put the Detroiters ahead at the nine-minute mark of the third stanza, but less than a minute later Cantley Speers’ second goal of the night provided the final tie. Bob McFadden, Auto Club right wing, scored three goals, while Jack Maclnnes, Windsor goalie, was credited with 4 8 saves. Hettche 4, Sarnia 2 Showing surprising finesse for a team almost wholly composed of teen-age players,…