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April 13, 1963

April 13, 1963

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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HOCKEY CROSSWORD

ACROSS 1—Canadien forward shown in centre. 7—Nickname of an AHL club. 8—Number of goals scored by Stanley in 1961-62 season. 10—Bob Baun excels at this. 12—Initials of player who wears No. 7 for Detroit. 13—One of the horse family. 14—Nickname of a Montreal forward. 15—NHL club once coached by Sid Abel (abbr.) 16—22nd and 15th letters of the alphabet. 17—Playoff games seldom end in one. 18—Date in July when Red Kelly celebrates his birthday. 22—Name given Wentworth, NHL player of the 1930’s. 23—Punch Imlaeh appears on a weekly… show (abbr.) 24—Clarence Campbell has fought many a legal battle here. 26—Name given Sloan, former NHL star. 28—Elmer Vasko fractured this last December. 29—Initials of Hull of Chicago. DOWN 1—Type of fur coat Mrs. Allan Stanley wears. 2—Red Kelly sustained a… last Jan. 12. 8—Initials of Bouchard, ex-Montreal defenseman. 4—Initials of a Chicago rearguard. 5—This Providence player hails from Toronto. 6—Length of time Harvey coached Rangers…

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Dates For Stanley Cup Final

TORONTO, Ont.— Following are the dates for the best-of-seven Stanley Cup final playoff series: First game, April 9—Detroit at Toronto. Second game, April 11—Detroit at Toronto. Third game, April 14—Toronto at Detroit. Fourth game, April 16—Toronto at Detroit. Fifth game, April 18—Detroit at Toronto (if necessary). Sixth game, April 21—Toronto at Detroit (if necessary). Seventh game, April 23—Detroit at Toronto (if necessary).…

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Bears Look Back At Missed Chances To Clinch Lead

HERSHEY, Pa— The Hershey Bears ended the American Hockey League season in second place in the league’s Eastern Division, one point behind the Providence Reds, and there were games the Bears could have won during the season that would have gotten them over the hump. The Bears missed chances against Buffalo and Springfield even on the final weekend to sew up the first place spot. Hershey met Baltimore in the first round playdowns. The winner of this best-of-three series will meet the winner of the Cleveland-Rochester series, which was Cleveland, in a best-of-five games series, with the dates to be announced later. Hershey veteran center Willie Marshall ended the season with 36 goals and 56 assists for a total of 92 points. 20 goal scorers for the Bears this year included Marshall, Keke Mortson,…

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Howe, Imlach, Norris Named Top Men

The Hockey News THE INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY WEEKLY Vol. 16-No. 28 MONTREAL, APRIL 13, 1963 PRICE: 15ɀ Gordie Howe … Player Of The Year Detroit, Toronto Clash In Stanley Cup Final (see page 8)…