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January 28, 1956

January 28, 1956

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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WESTERN LEAGUE

Double Shutout Marcel Pelletier. Victoria Goalie, had two successive shutouts blank, ing New Westminster Friday, January 6th and Vancouver Tuesday, January 10th, He held the oppos:. tion scoreless for 142 minutes and 22 seconds. Scoring Gerry Couture of Calgary scor one or more goals in seven con. secutiove games before being stopped by Brandon January 10. The league record is nine consecutive games set by Gordie Fashoway of New Westminster. HOW THE RACE GOES STANDING ON MONDAY A.M. JAN. 16 Prairie Division Coast Division RESULTS Monday January 9th Seattle 2 at Edmonton 3 OT Calgary 5 at Winnipeg 9 Tuesday January 10th Vancouver 0 at Victoria 0 OT Seattle 4 at Saskatoon 3 Oalgary 0 at Brandon 2 Wednesday January 11th Edmonton 8 at Calgary 5 Thursday January 12th Seattle 3 at Winnipeg 2 OT Friday January 13th Victoria 2 at Vancouver 4 Calgary 2 at Edmonton 6 Seattle 4 at Brandon…

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Developing Leg Muscles Weighty Problem For B’s

BOSTON, Mass.— The Boston Bruins were getting dressed for a practice at the Harvard College rink the other day, all of them except Leo LaBine and Doug Mohns, who were excused from the skate. Mohns had a sprained shoulder and LaBine was limping, as he has limped off and on for a goodly part of the season. The smooth skating right wing started having trouble with the backs of his legs in November. So Mohns and LaBine were kidding around in the dressing room when Trainer Win Green addressed a suggestion to the latter. “While we’re over here, Leo,” he said, “why don’t we drop in and see Jack Fadden. Maybe he can help you get those legs straightened out?” ‘‘Sure, Doc,” agreed LaBine, and a few minutes later he and Green were conversing with…

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Red Wing Pictures Available

Personal pictures of the Detroit Red Wings plus former outstanding players—a total of 33 pictures—may be had by sending $1.50 in money-order or cash (no stamps) to JAMES D. MCCARTHY 8441 Northfield Ave., Oak Park 37, Michigan…

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The Hockey News THE INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY WEEKLY

Founded October 1 st 1947 Published 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 end the British Empire; $4.00 in the U.S.A, and Foreign Countries. Entered as second-class matter. October S. 1963. at the Post Office at Rouses Point, N.Y.. under the Act of March 3rd. 1879 Authorized as second-class mail. Post Office Department, Ottawa Printed in canada VOL. 9 JANUARY 28, 1956 No. 18…