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March 27, 1954

March 27, 1954

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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QHL Playoffs

Series A (Best of Nine) Chicoutimi vs. Quebec March 23 at Chicoutimi; March 25 at Quebec; March 28 at Chicoutimi; March 30 at Quebec; April 1 at Chicoutimi; April 4 at Quebec; April 6 at Chicoutimi; April 8 at Quebec; April 11 at Chicoutimi. Series B (Best of Seven) Montreal vs Sherbrooke March 23 at Sherbrooke; March 25 at Sherbrooke; March 27, 28, 30 at Montreal; April 1 at Sherbrooke; April 4 at Montreal. Series C (Best of Seven) Ottawa vs. Valleyfield March 24 at Ottawa; March 25 at Valleyfield; March 27 at Ottawa; March 28 at Valleyfield; March, 31 at Ottawa; April 1 at Valleyfield; April 3 at Ottawa.…

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Wings Move Into Quebec, Will Sponsor Jonquiere Jrs.

MONTREAL, Que.— Detroit Red Wings, winners of six straight National Hockey League championships, are moving into the Province of Quebec—and not just to play Canadiens. Kenny Brown, the Wings’ No. 1 scout in the province, anounced that Detroit will sponsor the Jonquiere Marquis in the Quebec Junior League next year. The move, primarily to uncover future talent for the parent Red Wings, has been under-consideration for some time. However, a few details had to be worked uot before the announcement became official. According to Brown, Adrien Gagnon will preside over the new syndicate which will be set up in the Lake St. John district town. The Marquis finished a dismal last in the Junior league this year. As the league stands now, the NHL Canadiens sponsor junior Canadiens and Royals and have loaned players to…

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Patrick’s “Shake-Ups” Pulled Bruins Into Playoffs

BOSTON, Mass.— The Boston Bruins have just completed a 70-game stretch of hockey, which, like Gaul, was divided into three parts. The first was the month which started in mid-October with the Bruins husky and boisterous, looking capable of muscling their way through schedule. The second was the three-month period which started on an unpleasant evening in Toronto, when two of their best players wound up in separate hospitals with a common injury, broken legs. The third commenced on another evening—this one in mid-February—in the same Ontario city. The third didn’t end until the Bruins stormed into the Stanley Cup playoffs the other night. First the strong team of late October and early November developed anemia; then came a February turning point and the muscles re-appeared. If there was a negative turning point to the Bruins’…

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No Hat-Trick!