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April 19, 1958

April 19, 1958

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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Bs Success To Spark More June Drafting

THE INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY WEEKLY VOL. II—No. 28 Entered as Second Class Matter Post Office, Rouses Point. N.Y. MONTREAL, APRIL 19, 1958 PRICE: FIFTEEN CENTS Sixty-Third Battle For Battered Mug plus a well Boivin to carry the defense, if will be up to Schmidt to find a little more goat scoring power. If he can do that he might cause an upset. Where he will get the extra power remains a mystery. He has Earl Reibel, drafted from Chicago and Guy Gendron from Rangers. Neither are great scorers. In fact Gendron is a penalty killer and Reibel was used solely on the power play in Chicago. Schmidt also has speedy Dan Poliziani from Cleveland and Gord Redahl from Winnipeg to aid him. However, it’s doubtful Milt expects to get the. added power from them.…

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Bruins Hide In Laurentians To Skip The Ticket Hunters

BOSTON, Mass.—The Boston Bruins have gone collegiate this spring in their preparation for the Montreal portion of their Stanley Cup playoff series with the Montreal Canadiens. Instead of staying at their customary Montreal hostelry the Bruins choose to hibernate at the Alpine Inn, located in the ski resort town of Ste. Marguerite in the Laurentian Mountains. They commuted from the Montreal Forum by bus for the first two games of the series there, in the fashion of college football teams, which frequently go into seclusion before big games. The idea for the mountain retreat was Lynn Patrick’s, the Bruins’ manager explaining. “Any change over our past play-off games in Montreal is bound to be for the better. It can’t hurt us and it may help. We don’t want those ticket hunters round.” Netted An…

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

New Game Record When Maurice Richard played rhe second game of the Stanley Cup series against the Boston Bruins in Montreal on Thursday. April 10th he set a new record for games played. It was his 117th playoff game of his career. Most Playoff Shutouts Ex-Toronto Maple Leaf goaler Turk Broda holds the record for the most shutouts in NHL Stanley Cup playoffs. In 13 playoff series Turk scored an even dozen shutouts to establish the record. The Point Parade How The Race Goes SEMI-FINAL SERIES SERIES A Tuesday, March 25 Detroit 1 at Montreal 8. Thursday, March 27 Detroit 1 at Montreal 5. Sunday, March 30 Montreal 2 at Detroit 1 (over time) Tuesday. April 1 Montreal 4 at Detroit 3, Montreal wins best of seven semifinal series 4-0). SERIES B Tuesday, March 25 Boston 3 at New York 5. Thursday. March 27 Boston 4 at New York 3…

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Bruins Riddled Record Book In Rangers Six Games Series

Doug Mohns BOSTON, Mass.— Doug Mohns set a bevy or new Stanley Cup playoff scoring records for defensemen in the series between the Boston Bruins and New York Rangers. The 24-year old Bruin set a new league record for points by a detenseman with it, on three goals and eight assists. The old record of 10 points was set by Wally Stanowski of Toronto in 13 games against New York and Detroit in 1942. Mohns broke the Bruins’ points record of nine, set by Flash Hollett in nine games in 1943 and his three goals tied the club record set by Pat Egan in 10 games in 1946. Don McKenney. Bruins’ left wing, also tied a. league record with his five assists in the last game of the six-game series with New York. He shares…