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April 7, 1962

April 7, 1962

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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The Peaceful Indians Honored

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Amherst Defeat A Bitter Blow For Their Fans

NEW GLASGOW. N.S.— Amherst Ramblers’ quick exit from the 1962 Allan Cup playoffs, a bitter disappointment to hockey followers in the Maritimes, brought to the forefront the speculation that the seaside provinces may never again possess the battered mug that has been the target of senior hockey clubs for more than half a century. Ramblers, considered stronger than the Amherst team that went to the Eastern Canada finals a year ago before losing to the Galt Terriors, were badly outclassed in Maurice Richard arena in Montreal as the Olympics hustled to a 31 series victory. Bolstered by three star Matritimers, the Ramblers none the less provided little opposition for their conquerors. They won the opener of the series in a second overtime period but were widely outplayed in the game. Olympics then went…

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Lynn’s Needs Are Simple; Goaler, Right Defenseman

BOSTON, Mass.— The Bruins must pass two teams in the standing if they are to become participants in the 1963 Stanley Cup playoffs. The two teams, obviously, are the Detroit Red Wings, who finished fifth this season, and the New York Rangers, who finished fourth. Detroit this season was in a condition comparable to that of the Bruins of two years ago, with veterans with their best days behind them in key positions. New York this season was carried mainly by a half-dozen first class players none of whom figure to improve with age. Lynn Patrick, Bruins’ manager, has figured his team’s needs for advancement closely. Whether or not he can acquire the players he thinks he needs to jump the Bruins into the playoffs remains to be seen. But this is a list of the…

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EASTERN PRO LEAGUE

Don’t be vague…say HAIG & HAIG SCOTCH WHISKY How The Race Goes Final Standings The Point Parade (Final Scorine Statistics) Goalkeepers MONDAY, MARCH 26 Kingston 3 at Sudbury 3 TUESDAY, MARCH 27 Kingston 5 at Sault Ste. Marie 5 FRIDAY, APRIL 30 Sault Ste. Marie 3 at Kitchener 5 North Bay 4 at Sudbury 2 Hull-Ottawa 4 at Kingston 2 SUNDAY, APRIL 1 Kitchener 3 at Hull-Ottawa 7 Sudbury 6 at North Bay 6…