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April 9, 1955

April 9, 1955

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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HOCKEY HEADQUARTERS IN DETROIT

800 Outside Rooms With bath and free radio Single $4.50 up Double $7.00 up No charge for children 14 or under GRENADIER ROOM Lounge Bar and Grill COFFEE SHOP DETROIT-LELAND HOTEL Cass and Bagley Ave. Ample Parking Wm. H. Chalmers, General Manager…

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The Hockey News THE INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY WEEKLY

Founded October lit 1947 Publishehed Weekly, except monthly May through September by Ken-Will Publishing Co. Ltd. 1434 Ste. Catherine Street West Montreal 25, Que. Yearly Subscription Rates: $3.00 In Canada and the British Empire; $4.00 in the U.S.A, and Foreign Countries. Entered as second-claae matter October 3, 1953, at the post office at Roubbb Point, N.Y., under the Act of March 3rd, 1879 Authorised as Becond-claes mail, Post Office Department, Ottawa a Printed in Oanada…

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Clancy Asks 50-50 Breaks And Winds Up 100-0 Loser

TORONTO, Ont.— King Clancy is seceding from the Free State of Ireland. “Either I have ceased to be an Irishman or the luck of the Irish is a lot of malarky,” spat the Toronto Maple Leafs coach as his team succumbed to injuries and other assortments of bad luck through its stretch drive and the Stanley Cup semifinal with Detroit. “All I asked was a 50-50 split in the breaks,” The King continued. “But we wound up 100-to-0 losers. “We never had minor injuries. With us it was always a three-week or three-month loss. Every time there was a disputed goal, we lost out. I can’t remember us getting one break from the beginning of the season to the end.” With these words, Francis Michael Clancy ceased to be the Irrepressible Irishman. Henceforth he shall…

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QUEBEC LEAGUE

Some Sub Gilles Boisvert, filling in for Charlie Hodge in the Royals’ nets, has allowed only hght goals in six games. Took A While when Gary Blaine seored two goals for Royals on March 30, it was his first in 17 games. HOW THE RACE GOES TUESDAY MARCH 22 Chicoutimi 2 at Shawinigan 4 (Shawinigan leads best-of-nine semifinal 1-0) Chicoutimi—goal: Craig: defense: Glaude, Marnab, Taillefer, Roy; forwards: S. Smrke, Topoll, Power, Locas, Bartlett, Leger, Gravelle, Sasakamoose, Hicks, Dussault. Shawinigan Falls—goal: R. Perreault; defense: Leger, Talbot, Turner, Hodgson; forwards: Denis, F. Perreault, Desaulniers, Provost Broden, Faulkner, Kachur, Dube, Grosse, Wray. THURSDAY, MARCH 24 Montreal 2 at Quebec 4 (Quebec Jeads best-of-nine semifinal 1-0) Royals—Goal: Boisvert; defense: Harmon, Bownass, Rousseau, Dewsbury, Roche; forward: Plante, Blaine, Burchell, Burnett, Denis Tessier, Masnick, Hildebrand, Mazur, Mackay. Quebec—Goal: Evans; defense: Arbour, Houle, Crozier, Levandoski; forwards: Powell, Labadie, Uniac,…