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April 30, 1965

April 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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A MUST FOR ALL HOCKEY FANS Get These Publications—NOW !

THE NEW 1964-65 EDITION OF THE NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE GUIDE This compact 236-page hockey book answers every question imaginable about the National Hockey League. There are also complete records on every player in all the pro leagues—NHL, AHL, WHL and CPHL. It also includes highlights of the 196364 NHL season and a more extensive coverage on records than ever before. ALL THIS FOR ONLY $1.25 (Postage Paid) THE OFFICIAL NATIONAL HOCKEY ANNUAL FOR 1965 This 96-page book is jam-packed with full-length features about your favourite hockey stars…biographical sketches and pictures of over 120 National Hockey League players…birthdates and places of birth too…All at a glance ! Extra! Special TV Section, complete NHL Teams with Names & Numbers. SEND FOR YOUR COPY TODAY ! ONLY 50 CENTS (Postage Paid) OFFICIAL NHL RULE BOOK 1964-65 EDITION Here’s your chance to…

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Game Three

HERSHEY, Pa.— Hershey Bears, down two games in the Calder Cup finals with Rochester, bounced back with the benefit of three powerplay goals to whip the Americans 5-2 in the third game of the best-of-seven championship series. The victory was the first for the Bears after the Americans took the first two games 2-1 and 8-3 on Rochester ice. The fourth game is slated for Hershey before the teams move back to Rochester for game five. Goalkeeper Claude Dufour, playing with an injured hand, stopped 38 shots in a dazzling display as the Bears scored twice in the first period while the Americans were shorthanded two men through penalties. Mike Nykoluk, Pete Conacher, Michel Harvey, Chuck Hamilton and Bruce Cline were the goalgetters for Hershey. Ed Litzenberger and Red Armstrong scored for Rochester. Dufour, who…

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May Issue – Next Week

Readers of THE HOCKEY NEWS are reminded that the May issue will be available on newsstands next week as usual. However, this is the final weekly edition for the season. Complete results, summaries, pictures and stories covering the Stanley Cup finals will be carried in the May edition. THE HOCKEY NEWS will publish monthly issues through May, June, July, August and September, resuming weekly publication next October. We thank you for your patronage during the recent hockey season and trust you will go on reading THE HOCKEY NEWS during the summer months.…

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Johnson Confident He Can Make Second ‘Comeback’

BOSTON, Mass. Nobody could be pulling any harder for Tom Johnson’s complete recovery and return to the Bruins’ blue line than Edward Joseph (Ted) Green. These two formed what was Boston’s most effective defensive tandem until Johnson, the former Canadiens’ standout, practically had a leg cut out from under him late in the season. The severe gash by Chico Maki’s skate severed nerve, muscle and tendon in the veteran defenseman’s leg. Many thought and perhaps still do that the injury will bring ahalt to the 37-year-old Johnson’s career. But within hours after the accident he cautioned from a Chicago hospital bed: “Don’t count me out yet. I’ve come back before. I can do it again.’ The “time before” was a se vere eye injury which had him “washed up” after the 1962-63 season, his…