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November 19, 1966

November 19, 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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NHL’S TOP SCORERS

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

Looking At National League Point Race How They Stand (Standings on Wed. Nov. 16) GAMES COMPLETED Tues. Nov. 8 New York 1 at Chicago 3 Wed. Nov. 9 Toronto 3 at Montreal 2 Boston 3 at New York 3 Thurs. Nov. 10 Toronto 0 at Boston 4 Chicago 0 at Detroit 3 Sat. Nov. 12 New York 6 at Montreal 3 Toronto 3 at Detroit 3 Sun. Nov. 13 Montreal 1 at Boston 2 Toronto 1 at Chicago 6 Detroit 2 at New York 5 GAMES TO COME Wed.. Nov. 16 Chicago at New York Sat., Nov. 19 Montreal at Toronto New York at Boston Detroit at Chicago Sun., Nov. 20 Montreal at New York Toronto at Chicago Detroit at Boston Tues., Nov. 22 Montreal at Detroit Wed., Nov. 23 Chicago at Toronto Boston at New York Thurs., Nov. 24 Montreal at Chicago Detroit at Boston Sat., Nov. 26 Detroit at Montreal Boston at Toronto Chicago at New York (afternoon) Sun., Nov. 27 Toronto at New York Chicago at Boston National Hockey League Summaries Tues. Nov.…

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Leafs Send Selby To Vancouver Club

TORONTO, Ont.— Hockey fans will best remember Brit Selby as the promising young National Leaguer last season who won the Calder Trophy as rookie of the year. Today Selby is in the minors, a disillusioned and somewhat discouraged hockey player. The Toronto Leafs decided Selby was expendable and promptly shipped him out to aid Bert Olmstead of the Vancouver Canucks, who was bitten by a player revolt that saw eight of his players placed on the suspended list. Olmstead lost Billy McNeil, who walked out on the Canucks, among others and he was frantically seeking help. Manager-coach Punch Imlach, Olmstead’s old boss, answered the SOS call from the WHL club and sent both Selby and Barry Watson, another product of the Leafs’ junior hockey empire, to Vancouver. The demotion of Selby was one of several…

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RANGERS RISE AS HABS FALL

NEW YORK, N.Y. Would you believe Montreal Canadiens in last place? And who helped put them there? A band of ex-Montrealers, that’s who. Credit such Canadiens’ castoffs as Bernard Geoffrion, Reg Flemings Phil Goyette and Don Marshall and then throw in a fellow named Wayne Connelly for good measure and you get the feeling just about every other NHL club is gunning for the world champions. If you’re thinking that way, you’re right. The sight of the pompous Canadiens resting on the bottom of the six-team NHL race — even if it’s only temporary say the hockey zealots — is an embarassment that hasn’t happened to a Montreal team since 1948. Rangers’ current ‘Canadiens’ colony’ numbers six players and whenever they get an opportunity to stick the needle into their former mates, they never…