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November 4, 1961

November 4, 1961

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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Chicago Brass Stung By Early Play

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Rudy Implys Some Of His Hawks Getting Big Heads

CHICAGO, Ill.—What’s the matter with the Chicago Black Hawks who were picked to run away with the 1961-62 NHL race? “Over confidence,” says Coach Rudy Pilous. “It seems,” says Rudy, “that some of our players believe what’s been written about them since they won the Stanley Cup last Spring.”…

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Youth Program Makes McIntyre Excess Baggage

HERSHEY, Pa.— Veteran winger Jack McIntyre was sold by the Hershey Bears to the Pittsburgh Hornets and the likeable skater’s parting crack was, “I hope I score 35 goals against Hershey.” Though neither club would reveal the sale price it’s believed McIntyre went for about $8,000. McIntyre, who spent seven seasons with the Bears and scored 32 goals last campaign, balked at reporting to the Hornets. He refused to report immediately, holding out for more money, which he finally received. The 31-year-old forward was unhappy about leaving Hershey, however, coach Frank Mathers said room had to be made for the younger players. McIntyre said the “felt bad about the way Hershey made the deal” and “didn’t like the way they sprung it.” With McIntyre departed the Bears ranks are cut to 18 skaters and within a…

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

Another Hillman Lad When Wayne Hillman Joined the Chicago Black Hawks to replace the injured Pierre Pilote, he became the third Hillman brother to hit the NHL in the last few years. The oldest, Floyd, played with Boston in 1956-57. Larry is with Toronto and now Wayne is at Chicago. Jean Heavy Point Man Jean Béliveau has averaged better than a point a game for every one played in the NHL. He has played 506 games, scored 274 goals, 326 assists for a total of 600 points. He has also spent a total of 602 minutes in the penalty box in that time. How The Race Goes (Standings On Tues. AM., Oct. 31) The Point Parade (Includine Games on Sun. Oct. 29) RECORD OF GOALKEEPERS FOR SEASON 1961-62 PENALTIES IN MINUTES BY CLUBS: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25 Chicago 1 at New…