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February 20, 1965

February 20, 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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WESTERN LEAGUE

Before you say SCOTCH say” DEWAR’S it never Varies Before you say SCOTCH say” DEWAR’S it never Varies How They Stand (Standings on Tues., Feb. 16) GAMES COMPLETED Tues., Feb. 9 San Francisco 3 at Vancouver 5 Los Angeles 2 at Victoria 8 Wed., Feb. 10 San Francisco 2 at Portland S Thurs., Feb. 11 San Francisco 5 at Los Angeles 3 Fri., Feb. 12 Victoria 3 at Seattle 4 Portland 3 at Vancouver 3 Sat., Feb. 13 Vancouver 4 at Seattle 5 Portland 3 at Victoria 6 Sun., Feb. 14 San Francisco 1 at Los Angeles 1 Victoria 1 at Portland 4 Seattle 2 at Vancouver 4 GAMES TO COME Tues., Feb. 16 Seattle at Victoria Fri., Feb. 19 Los Angeles at San Francisco Portland at Vancouver Sat., Feb. 20 Seattle at Victoria Sun., Feb 21 Seattle at San Francisco WHL Point Race (Scoring records as of February 8) GOALKEEPERS’ RECORDS…

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IHL Point Race

(Including Games of Sun. Jan. 31) PORT HURON FT. WAYNE MUSKEGON DES MOINES TOLEDO DAYTON…

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HOCKEY

“GREATEST TEAM I EVER COACHED” BY TOE BLAKE. PICTORIAL FEBRUARY ISSUE ON NEWSSTANDS IT’S THE WORLD’S OFFICIAL HOCKEY MAGAZINE…

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Little Merrimack Playing Like Giants

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. While the Merrimack College W-L-T book will not stir profuse hat throwing at season end compensations have already appeared. One is moving into newly constructed Frost Arena in Lawrence, three miles distant. Others are the rapid development of Sophomores Dave Pollard and Bill Donovan, the improved performances of John Jalbert, a better quality schedule, willingness to buck the odds by Goaler Don Smith, and a squad that exceeded expectations. Pollard, a younger brother of Frank, Merrimack’s assistant coach and a stellar defenser for four seasons, he entered college ahead of the freshman rule, registered a goal in each of the first four games and two each in the next two, one of the best six game runs in Merrimack annals. Against New Hampshire Dave beat the script writers. At 8.13 of…