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March 5, 1960

March 5, 1960

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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NATIONAL LEAGUE

Nester On 100 Goal Fringe Eric Nesterenko of the Chicago Black Hawks needs one more goal to hit the 100 mark in regular NHL competition. Eric started the season with 87 to his credit and has scored 12 at this writing. His best season came in 1957-58 when he scored 20 in 70 games for the Hawks. Bronco After Goal 100 Bronco Horvath, the NHL’s leading scorer is just one goal away from hitting the 100th of his NHL career. He started the year with 62 to his credit and had racked up 37 at this writing. His best year was in 1957-58 when he scored 30 in 67 games with the Bruins. How The Race Goes (Standings On Tues., A.M., March 1) Results Of Games Played Week Ending February 28, 1960 Wed., Feb. 24—Montreal 1 at…

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Green Bay Star 10 Points Up In USCL

MINNEAUOLIS, Minn.— Green Bay’s Dick Dougherty has made his final bid in the 1959-60 U.S. Central Hockey League scoring race; now the rest is up to Rochester player-coach Ken Johannson. Dougherty was credited with five points as the Bobcats wound up their regular-season campaign byC splitting a weekend series to run his front-running point total to 77, 10 ahead of Johannson, who also picked up five points over the weekend. But Johannson still has three games in which to catch the Bobcat marksman. Joining the top 10 for the first time this season was Rochester’s Dave Frank, who moved into a tie for ninth place with 34 points. Here are the scoring leaders. Just three games remain on the regular-season USCHL schedule. Rochester plays host to Des Moines twice and entertains Minneapolis,…

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VOTING RULES

1—Anyone is eligible to cast ballots for the National Hockey League All-Star Team, but each reader may submit ONLY ONE ENTRY, naming first and second team, as well as coach, MVP and Outstanding Rookie. 2—The ballots will run for four weeks. Final ballot will appear in the issue dated March 12, 1960. 3—Use blanks published in The Hockey News, or reasonable facsimile or tracings of same if you don not wish to deface your copy. Be sure to fill in your own name and address. 4—Ballots must be mailed—to All-Star Editor, THE HOCKEY NEWS, Room 309, 1434 St. Catherine St. W., Montreal, Quo. 5—All ballots must be postmarked NOT LATER THAN MIDNIGHT, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1960.…

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The Hockey News 1959-60 National League All-Star Team