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March 27, 1965

March 27, 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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Marshall Joins 20-Goal Scorers

NEW YORK. N.Y.— When the New York Rangers sit down to assess their talent for next season, one player they can put their stamp of approval on is journeyman Don Marshall. The 34-year-old Marshall, who does everything from killing penalties to playing regular shifts on one or more lines for the Rangers, joined the NHL’s 20-goal club last weekend and for Marshall, it has been more than seven years since he scored that many goals in an NHL season. The Rangers have only two 20-goal men this season. Rod Gilbert has 23 and Marshall 20. The veteran New York forward is winding up his 11th big league campaign and with any kind of a splurge in the club’s last three games, could top the 40 mark in points, something he has done only twice…

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Movement Of Players

Following are the latest player movements in hockey: NATIONAL LEAGUE MONTREAL—Red Berenson, forward, returned to Quebec of AHL. BOSTON—Joe Watson, defenseman, recalled from Min-neapolis of CPHL. DETROIT—Warren Godfrey, defenseman, returned to Pittsburgh of AHL. Pete Goegan, defenseman, recalled from Pittsburgh. AMERICAN LEAGUE BUFFALO—Dave Dryden, goalkeeper, called up from! Galt of Senior OHA on emergency basis. PITTSBURGH—Gary Doak, defenseman, called up from Hamilton of Junior OHA on pro tryout basis. CENTRAL LEAGUE OMAHA—Jacques Lemieux, defenseman, signed to pro contract from Noranda Alouettes of NOHA Junior League. ST. PAUL—Trevor Fahey and Jim Murray, forwards, recalled from New York Rovers of EHL. EASTERN LEAGUE KNOXVILLE—Jackie Leclair, forward, secured from New Haven of EHL on ‘loan’ basis for playoffs. Bob Duncan, defenseman, picked up from Jacksonville of EHL.…

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RESIDENT SUMMER HOCKEY CAMP

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Long List Of Injuries Hit Hornets

PITTSBURGH. Pa.— Even though the Pittsburgh Hornets went into a tailspin almost immediately after clinching a playoff berth by winning just one of seven games, the slump has not dampened the spirits of General Manager Baz Bastien and Coach Vic Stasiuk. “Sure we looked bad the past two weeks or so. but don’t forget we haven’t been playing with a full squad,” said Bastien. He was referring to the continuous string of injuries which have dogged the Hornets all season and then hit again at full force around the beginning of March. First, it was speedy forward Bob Dillabough with a groin injury. In addition to playing all three forward positions, Dilla-bough, teaming with Jerry Top-pazzini, has been one of the club’s most effective penalty killers. Next rookie defenseman Jim Watson was sidelined when…