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April 9, 1966

April 9, 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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PASSING THE PUCK

•THE WORD is out that Milt Schmidt will not be back as coach of the Boston Bruins next season. Hap Emms, general manager of the Bruins, has been talking to several candidates for the job and an announcement on next year’s coach will be announced shortly … Schmidt hopes to remain with the Boston’s organization in a front office capacity … Hap Emms moved the Bruins out of the cellar in his first year on the job. Last time the Bruins vacated last place in 1959-60 … Stan Mikita and his Jill became parents (for the second time when Mrs. M. gave birth to a baby boy last week … Glenn Hall’s wife broke her arm the other day in a house accident … Boston defenseman Teddy Green will undergo…

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Playoff Races

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE (Port Huron wins best-of-seven semi-finals 4-0). GAMES COMPLETED Tues. Mar. 29 Port Huron 4 at Muskegon 3 Thurs., Mar. 31 Muskegon 2 at Port Huron 6 Sat., Apr. 2 Port Huron 9 at Muskegon 2 Sun., Apr. 3 Muskegon 2 at Port Huron 5 (Dayton leads best-of-seven semifinals 3-1). GAMES COMPLETED Tues., Mar. 29 Dayton 6 at Fort Wayne 3 Thurs.. Mar. 31 Fort Wayne 4 at Dayton 5 Sat., Apr. 2 Dayton 4 at Fort Wayne 5’ Sun., Apr. 3 Fort Wayne 1 at Dayton 7 FINAL SCORING…

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National Hockey League Summaries

Tues., March 29 BOSTON 2 at CHICAGO 4 BOSTON — Goal: Parent, Johnston; defense: Woytowich, Marotte, Langlois, Doak. Awrey: forwards: Leiter, Williams, Westfall, Martin, Bucyk, Stewart, Kennedy, Oliver, McKenzie, Dillabough, Schock. CHICAGO — Goal: Hall, Dryden; defense: Ravlich, Jarrett, Pilote, Vasko, Stapleton; forwards: Mohns, Mikita, Wharram, Angotti, Esposito, Hull, Hay, Hodge, Nesterenko, Maki, Stanfield. Referee: Friday. Linesmen: D’Amico, Sopp. Wed.. March 30 MONTREAL 3 at TORONTO 1 MONTREAL — Goal: Worsley, Hodge; defense: J. C. Tremblay, Harris, Talbot, Harper, Price, Roberts; forwards: Beliveau, Backstrom, Duff, Cournoyer, Provost, Rousseau, Richard, Balon, G. Tremblay, Ferguson. TORONTO — Goal: Bower, Sawchuk; defense: Pronovost, Horton, Hillman, Douglas, Baun; forwards: Kelly, Ellis, Armstrong, Selby, Stem-kowski, Keon, Boyer, Pulford, Shack, Kurtenbach, Mahovlich. Referee: Udvari, Linesmen: Armstrong, Pavelich. Thurs.. March 31 NEW YORK 3 at DETROIT 5 NEW YORK — Goal: Maniago, Giacomin; defense: Howell, Plager, Brown, Neilson, Hillman;…

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Hockey Crossword Puzzle

SOLUTION IN NEXT WEEK’S ISSUE ACROSS 1. Pictured Boston player. 3. Hat-trick scorers receive these. 7. These brothers play for Victoria. 8. L.A.’s new NHL publicist. 11. Railway (abbr.) 12. An NHL linesman. 14. Number of minutes Keon was penalized last season. 15. Initials of a Hawk forward. 17. Initials of an AHL manager-coach. 18. Ed Litzenberger once captained this team (abbr.) 20. Number worn by Jacques Laperriere. 22. Billy Dea’s birth month, (abbr.) 24. Canadien defenseman and penalty killer. 27. Buffalo’s goalie answers to this. 28. Initials of Lunde, exHawk. 29. Given name of a Montreal centre. 31. This Leaf will wed in May. 34. Be. 35. Bruce Gamble was one on March 5 against Chicago. 37. Initials of Regan of Baltimore. DOWN 1. This Canadien hails from Kirkland Lake, Ont. 2. Ed Joyal’s native province (abbr.) 3. An AHL manager. 4. Initials of Caron, parttime Bison last season. 5. Former Hab defenseman, first name Bob. 6.…