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November 26, 1966

November 26, 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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Ex-Press Chief DesRoches Returns As Canucks’ PRO

MONTREAL, Que.— The Montreal Canadiens announced that Camil DesRoches has resumed duties as publicity director of the club. DesRoches, longtime PR man with both Canadiens and the Can adian Arena Co., which owns the Forum, had given up his duties as publicity man for the hockey team in 1964. He was replaced by Lucien Desrochers. The latter resigned last week. Camil DesRoches, a former sportswriter and editor with a French language newspaper in Montreal, originally came to Canadiens in 1947. He operated as publicity director both for the hockey team and the Arena company for the next 17 years. A well known figure in hockey circles, Camil is also highly-regarded by the stars and executives of various ice revues and other extravaganzas which regularly play the Montreal Forum. During the past summer he…

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FAN FORUM

THE INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY WEEKLY Founded October 1st, 1947 Published weekly except monthly June through September by Ken-Will Publishing Co. Ltd. 1434 St. Catherine Street West Montreal 25, Que. Kennoth William McKenzie President and Publisher Will V. Cote Vice Pres, and Gen. Mgr Yearly Subscription Rates: $4.00 in Canada and the British Commonwealth $5.00 in the U.S.A, and $7.00 in Foreign Countries Postage paid at Rouses Point, N.Y. Authorized as second class mail, Post Office Department, Ottawa and for payment of postage in cash. Printed in Canada Vol. 20 MONTREAL, NOVEMBER 26, 1966 No. 7 Wants Fans’ Comment On Hockey Predictions Hockey News Editor: I have decided to make some long range hockey predictions and I think they are pretty good. Let’s hear what the other fans think. League standings: 1—Montreal, 2—Chicago, 3-Toronto, 4—New York, 5—Detroit, 6—Boston. In goal scoring: 1—Bobby Hull, 51, 2—The Big “M”,…

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NATIONAL LEAGDUE

How They Stand (Standings on Tues. Nov. 22) GAMES COMPLETED Wed. Nov. 16 Chicago 2 at New York 2 Sat. Nov. 19 Montreal 1 at Toronto 5 New York 3 at Boston 3 Detroit 2 at Chicago 7 Sun. Nov. 20 Montreal 2 at New York 1 Toronto 2 at Chicago 2 Detroit 2 at Boston 5 GAMES TO COME 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 Sun. Nov. 27 Toronto at New York Chicago at Boston Wed. Nov. 30 Montreal at Toronto New York at Chicago Thurs. Dec. 1 Boston at Detroit Sat. Dec. 3 Chicago at Montreal Detroit at Toronto New York at Boston Sun. Dec. 4 Montreal at New York Toronto at Boston Detroit at Chicago HOW NHL TEAMS COMPARE OVERALL WON AND LOST RECORDS THIS SEASON (Including Games of Sunday, November 20) HOME GAMES AWAY GAMES National Hockey League Summaries Wed. Nov. 16…

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Hamilton, Montreal Roll Up Ice Streaks

HAMILTON, Ont. — After a hesitant start in which they tied and lost their first two games with St. Catharines Black Hawks, Hamilton Red Wings went on a seven-game unbeaten streak which took them to within a point of first place in the Ontario Hockey Association junior A league. However the string was broken in Peterborough when the in-an-out Petes trimmed Hamilton 4-1. Mickey Redmond, one of the top prospects in the Montreal Canadiens’ amateur farm system sparked the Petes with two goals bringing his total to 10 goals in his club’s first 11 games. Montreal Canadiens, dead last after the first four weeks of the schedule, continued their climb, taking five of a possible six points. Paced by their fine young American-born forward Larry Pleau, the Canadiens trounced Peterborough 6-1 in Peterborough, tied Niagara…