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October 30, 1965

October 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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All-Star Summary

Wed., Oct. 20 ALL-STARS 5 AT MONTREAL 2 ALL-STARS—Goal: Crozier, Johnston, Hall; Defense: Gadsby, Pilote, Howell, Pronovost, Green, Baun; Forwards: Ullman, Howe, Hull, Elils, Hadfield, Gilbert, Oliver, Bucyk, Mahovlich, Nesterenko, Delvecchio, Mohns. MONTREAL—Goal: Hodge, Worsley; Defense: J. C. Tremblay, Harris, Laperriere, Talbot, Harper; Forwards: Beliveau, Rousseau, Duff, Backstrom, Larose. Provost. Richard, Baion, G. Tremblay, Ferguson, Berenson. Referee: Skov. Linesmen: Armstrong, Pavelich,…

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DeJordy Helped Write Own Ticket To Minors; Vet Glenn Hall Still Big Man In Teepee

CHICAGO, Ill.— The Black Hawks’ decision to keep first-year pro Dave Dryden and ship veteran goalie Denis DeJordy to St. Louis seems to have been dictated by Denis himself. None of the Hawk brass has said anything beyond the fact that Dryden earned his job on the strength of a brilliant training camp effort. But the word is that DeJordy, once regarded as the brightest netminding prospect in the league, has been unhappy for the last two years in his role as Glenn Hall’s backup man. He insists that to be effective, he must work regularly. And judging from some of the performances he turned in on the occasions he was called on to replace Hall, he might be right. He had trouble reaching a contract agreement with Manager Tommy Ivan during the Hawks camp…

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Hull Wins Stetson’s First Hat

MONTREAL, Que. The John B. Stetson Co., (Canada) Ltd., has awarded its first Stetson of the 1965-66 season to Bobby Hull of the Chicago Black Hawks. The Stetson Co., has announced that it will present each NHL player who registers a ‘hat trick’ (three goals in one game) with a new Stetson hat. Hull qualified as the first winner after he registered three goals opening night in Toronto as the Hawks beat the Leafs 4-0. The Stetson Co., is also pleased to announce that it will award a new hat to each NHL netminder who records a shutout. Roger Crozier of Detroit and Glenn Hall of Chicago each are the recipient of new chapeaus after opening-weekend shutouts.…

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AHL Indians Get Goalie Dave Kelly

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. Dave Kelly has been assigned to the Springfield Indians by the Portland Buckaroos of the Western League. The ex-Buckaroo goalkeeper, who attended the Toronto Maple Leafs’ training camp this season, has been sent to the AHL Indians subject to 24-hour recall by Portland. Coach Hal Laycoe of Portland said the transfer would enable Kelly to play regularly and at this stage of his career, Laycoe said this was extremely important. Kelly is a native of Toronto whose contract belongs to the Portland club.…