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January 22, 1966

January 22, 1966

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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Goalkeepers’ Records

A—When two goaltenders of one team play In same game, each is riven half a credit for the final result.…

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Ellett Speer Showing Top Ice Form With Barons

CLEVELAND. Ohio — Left winger Bob Ellett skated over to the boards prior to the Cleveland - Quebec game of January 8 to receive the Player - of - the - Month Trophy from the Barons’ Booster Club for the month of December. He was the third player to be so honored. Tom McCarthy was awarded the trophy for October and Bill Speer for November. McCarthy couldn’t miss. The Barons played only one home game in October and Me Carthy registered a hat trick in that one. He was home free. But for Speer and Ellett to be the next two honored was quite a switch from the 1964-65 season, when neither exactly scintillated as the Cleveland icers experienced their worst season of all time. Speer, husky and willing, was a relatively green blue-liner when…

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Hull Eyeing Henry’s Penalty Scoring Mark

MONTREAL, Que. Bobby Hull, the dynamite in Chicago Black Hawks’ powerplay, is blasting his way to yet another record. Hull, with sights already set on records for most goals and most points in one National Hockey League season, needs eight more power-goals for the record in that department. As the league arrives at the midway point of the 1965-66 season, Hull leads in goals (32), points (55), and power-play goals (13). He is going at a record pace in all three departments. Little Camille Henry, former New York Ranger and Chicago Black Howk winger who now is with St. Louis in the Central Professional Hockey League after undergoing an operation on his back, holds the mark for most power-play goals in one season. The five-foot-ten, 152-pound Henry scored 20 power-play goals for Rangers…

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Point Race

(Scoring records as of January 10) GOALKEEPERS’ RECORDS…