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November 12, 1966

November 12, 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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Hockey Races

ONTARIO SENIOR LEAGUE (Standings on Mon. Nov. 7) GAMES COMPLETED Tues. Nov. 1 Collingwood 7 at Orillia 3 Kingston 3 at Belleville 4 Galt 3 at Woodstock 2 Fri. Nov. 4 Orillia 4 at Barrie 3 Toronto 6 at Collingwood 8 Belleville 3 at Guelph 1 Kingston 3 at Woodstock 2 Sat. Nov. 5 Collingwood 4 at Galt 1 Sun. Nov. 6 Kinoston 0 at Guelph 4 Barrie 3 at Woodstock 9 Galt 7 at Toronto 3 Orillia 3 at Oakville 6 QUEBEC SENIOR LEAGUE (Standings on Mon. Nov. 7) CANADIAN MAJOR JUNIOR (Standings on Wed. Nov. 2) GAMES COMPLETED Tues. Nov. 1 Saskatoon 1 at Regina 8 Thurs. Nov. 3 Moose Jaw 2 at Saskatoon 3 Fri., Nov. 4 Weyburn 0 at Moose Jaw 0 Regina 3 at Edmonton 7 Sat., Nov. 5 Regina 3 at Calgary 1 Saskatoon 5 at Weyburn 5 Sun., Nov. 6 Regina 4 at Edmonton 6 Esteran 6 at Saskatoon 4 NORTHERN ONTARIO JUNIOR (Standings on Thurs., Nov. 3) LEADING SCORERS (Including Games of…

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Healthy Contract Made Hall Change Mind

CHICAGO, Ill.— Mr. Goalie is back, ready, able … but not awfully willing. “I feel pretty good right now,” said the veteran goalie whom the Hawks talked out of retirement after two weeks of the season had passed. “But it’s early, of course. The days—and especially the nights—get a lot longer as the season wears on.” It took only about three practice sessions for Glenn to convince Hawk Coach Billy Reay that he was ready to resume his role as one of the most successful net-minders in modern history. “He’s always in shape,” said Reay. “And he really doesn’t need much work to get his reflexes sharp.” And Glenn indicated he was ready to start his 14th professional season any time Reay beckoned. But Glenn wanted it made clear that his attitude toward playing hockey hasn’t…

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Wings’ Call-Ups Pay Off As McCord, Hampson Click

DETROIT, Mich— Paul Henderson’s scoring outburst wasn’t the only happy development for Sid Abel and the Red Wings although it did signal the end of the Red Wings’ dismal four game losing streak which matched the club record for utility at the start of a season. Abel made like a magician and reached down to Pittsburgh for help and pulled up two plums, veteran minor leaguers Bob McCord and Ted Hampson. McCord played so well that Abel said he would make his callup permanent. The Wings lacked muscle on defense and the 32-year-old McCord, obtained a year ago in a multi-player trade with Boston, provided some. Hampson was called up because Abel needed 1-a penalty killer, 2-someone to center a fourth line. The dark-haired 29-year-old center, acquired from New York in 1963, more than fulfilled…

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CENTRAL LEAGUE

Looking At CPHL Race (Standings on Tues. Nov. 8) (NHL Affiliation: 1. Montreal. 2. Toronto. 3. Chicago. 4. Detroit. 5. Boston. 6. New York.) GAMES COMPLETED Wad. Nov. 2 Memphis 3 at St. Louis 3 Thurs. Nov. 3 Tulsa 4 at Memphis 9 Fri. Nov. 4 Oklahoma City 6 at Omaha 4 St. Louis 2 at Tulsa 2 Sat. Nov. 5 Omaha 4 at Memphis 3 Oklahoma City 3 at St. Louis 3 Houston 1 at Tulsa 4 Sun. Nov. 6 Omaha 1 at Oklahoma City 3 GAMES TO COME Tues., Nov. 8 St. Louis at Memphis Fri., Nov. 11 Houston at Omaha Memphis at Oklahoma City Sat., Nov. 12 Omaha at Tulsa Houston at Memphis St. Louis at Oklahoma City Sun., Nov. 13 St. Louis at Omaha Oklahoma City at Tulsa LEADING SCORERS (Including games of Sun., Oct. 30) LEAGUES LEADERS Most Goals: Roger Bellerive, St. Louis, 6. Most Assists: Andre Boudrias, Houston, 11. Penalties In Minutes: Mike McMahon, Houston, 30. Leading Goalie: Wayne Rutledge,…