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May 1, 1963

May 1, 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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Canadian Goalkeeper Named U.S. College All-American

CANTON, N.Y.— St. Lawrence University’s Canadian senior goaler, Richie Broadbelt, was named to the All-American team (East) during the recent American Hockey Coaches Association meeting at Boston. The Montreal-born Broadbelt, the all Tri-State League goaler this season, concluded his career as SLU’s eleventh hockey All-American. Broadbelt’s 2.33 goals against average during the Saints’ 21-6-1 season was the second best mark for a Larrie goaltender in SLU hockey history. Two-time All-America Bill Sloan registered a fancy 2.13 in the 1955-56 campaign, an almost untouchable standard. Little Richie, 5-9, 150 pounds, was named ALL-NCCA goaler at the national tournament in Utica last year. He was All-Tri-State in 1962. Broadbelt is one of the most popular Larries on the campus. He is president of the senior class as well as treasurer of his fraternity. Alpha Tau Omega.…

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Complete Results, Scoring Records For Cup Playoffs

GAMES COMPLETED Tues., Mar. 26 Toronto 3, Canadians 1 Thurs., Mar. 28 Toronto 3, Canadiens 2 Sat., Mar. 30 Toronto 2, Canadians 0 Tuas., April 2 Canadians 3, Toronto 1 Thurs., April 4 Toronto 5, Canadians 0 GAMES COMPLETED Tues., Mar. 26 Chicago 5, Detroit 4 Thurs., Mar. 28 Chicago 5, Detroit 2 Sun., Mar. 31 Detroit 4, Chicago 2 Tues., April 2 Detroit 4, Chicago 1 Thurs., April 4 Detroit 4, Chicago 2 Sun., April 7 Detroit 7, Chicago 4 GAMES COMPLETED Tues., April 9 Toronto 4, Detroit 2 Thurs., April 11 Toronto 4, Detroit 2 Sun., April 14 Detroit 3, Toronto 2 Tues., April 16 Toronto 4, Detroit 2 Thurs., April 18 Toronto 3, Detroit 1…

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Hull To Wait Six Months For Operation On Nose

CHICAGO, Ill.— Bobby Hull, the handsome left winger of the Chicago Black Hawks, said he must wait six months before his misshapen nose, broken in the recent Stanley Cup playoffs, can be operated on and plastic surgery performed. Hull disclosed that the nose is still swollen but healed on the outside. However, he said that it has been crushed on the inside. “Doctors tell me it will take six months before the swelling goes down completely. The septum is inverted and the cartilage is crushed altogether,” he said.…

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Young May Not Be Through, Three NHL Coaches Interested

(As Seen In The Toronto Globe And Mail) TORONTO, Ont.—Howie Young, Detroit Red Wings’ truculent and turbulent defenseman, will probably get another chance in the National Hockey League, even if Detroit decides to dump Peck’s ‘Bad Boy’ during the off-season. Young, 26, was dropped from the Wings’ lineup prior to the third game of the Stanley Cup final against Toronto Maple Leafs. He didn’t play again for the Wings in the playoffs. Intelligence around Detroit was that Young had finally exhausted the seemingly inexhaustible patience of manager-coach Sid Abel, and was through. However, three coaches have said they might give Young that umpteenth last chance. They are New York’s Red Sullivan, Boston’s Milt Schmidt and Toronto’s George Imlach of Leafs. “I’d have to consider him,” Imlach said. “After all, he is a National League defenseman.” From Schmidt:…