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January 30, 1965

January 30, 1965

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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MASCOT FIGURINES

Attractive Bobble-head Dolls, 5 inches tall, in exact colors of N.H.L. teams. Just the thing to decorate your car, recreation room, desk or novelty table Yours for only $1.00 (Please add postage of 15c) Advise in what N.H.L. team-colors you wish and how many Mascot Figurines desired. Order as many as you wish—List your choices on an ordinary piece of paper if you care to and mail according to address below: THEY’RE FINISHED IN BRIGHT COLORS TO CATCH THE EYE…

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THE MAN

Roger Crozier……Detroit Red Wings Roger Crozier may have set a precedent for NHL netminders when he hustled off to a week long Florida vacation in between hockey engagements. Soaking up the sun has proved the right elixir for the rookie goalkeeper of the Detroit Red Wings. Since his return from a week in Florida, Crozier has played in four NHL games and has won three of them. In addition he has allowed only seven goals in four games and this past week hung up his fourth NHL shutout to take the league lead in this department. Crozier, the National League’s halfway leader in the Calder Cup rookie race, is ready to settle down for the run to the wire and if the Red Wings manage to pull up into third place instead of…

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Americans’ Gamble Reaches Milestone Nets 300th Goal In 579th AHL Game

ROCHESTER, N.Y.— Dick Gamble isn’t one to keep hockey souvenirs around the house, but he has a puck now of which he is very proud…and with good reason. When the Rochester Americans’ veteran left wing scored by jamming the puck in from the corner of the net at 19:05 of the second period here against Baltimore, Sunday, Jan. 17, it was the 300th time Gamble had beaten an American Hockey League goaltender during regular season play. “No, I didn’t bother to save the pucks when I got my 100th and 200th goals or for any other goals, for that matter. A lot of guys get 200 goals in this league, but there’s not too many who have scored 300, you know,” Dick said with a bit of personal satisfaction justifiably showing through his…

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How WHL Teams Rate

TEAM RECORDS AGAINST EACH OTHER THIS SEASON (Including games of Sunday, January 17)…