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April 29, 1967

April 29, 1967

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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Leafs End Hobs’Hopes For Retord

MONTREAL, Que. — Toronto Maple Leafs put an end to any hopes the Montreal Canadiens had of achieving a new Stanley Cup consecutive playoff victory record. Canadiens, who set the original mark back in 1959 when they won the last game of the finals, took eight straight in 1960 and two more in 1961 until they were stopped by the Chicago Black Hawks, were well on their way when the Leafs crossed them up in the second game of the finals last weekend. Montreal had won four straight in last year’s final over Detroit and swept past Rangers in this year’s semi-finals to run their total to eight. The Habs made it nine in a row with their win in the first game of the finals but it all went down the drain…

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Toledo Blades Topple Fort Wayne In Final To Regain Turner Cup As Champions of IHL International Hockey League

TOLEDO, O. — The Toledo Blades brought the Joseph Turner Memorial Trophy back to this city after an absence of two years when they beat the Fort Wayne Komets in the International Hockey League final playoffs, 4-2 in games. The Blades, coached by Terry Slater, took the sixth and deciding game of the best-of-seven series 3-0 on home ice with veteran netminder Glenn Ramsay hanging up his second playoff shutout in the climactic game. The win gave Slater a champion in his first year as Toledo coach. Home ice advantage and injuries were the deciding factor in the Turner Cup final. The Blades got the odd game, although they finished below the Komets, because the latter were frozen out of their own building, where they had attracted 190,000 spectators during the season. Injuries dogged the…

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EXPO 67 EXPO 67 EXPO 67 EXPO 67

MONTREAL HOCKEY SCHOOL Laval College Sport Centre August 6-12 & August 13-20 • Hockey instruction by N.H.L. pros • Supervised swimming pool for students • Organized ball games on our 3 ball fields • Bowling alleys at students disposal • Well supervised dormitory • Movies, instructional and entertainment films • All meals carefully prepared by dietition • Football fields for touch football • 3 hours of ice per day • One full day guided tour of EXPO 67 (FREE) • Physical fitness instruction by physed instructor • Blackboard and hockey films with Pro Instructors • Only school of its kind in Montreal • Crests and trophies given to students • Leo Bossy and Larry Pleau have been added to staff. For information and Brochures Write MONTREAL HOCKEY SCHOOL 10702 St. Lawrence Blvd. Montreal, P.Q. EXPO 67 EXPO 67 EXPO 67 EXPO 67…

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IHL Champions

Following are the winners of the Joseph Turner Memorial Trophy, emblematic of the International Hockey League play off championship: 1945-46 Detroit Auto Club 1946-47 Windsor Spitfires 1947-48 Toledo Mercurys 1948-49 Windsor Hettche 1949-50 Chatham Maroons 1950-51 Toledo Mercurys 1951-52 Toledo Mercurys 1952-53 Cincinnati Mohawks 1953-54 Cincinnati Mohawks 1954-55 Cincinnati Mohawks 1955-56 Cincinnati Mohawks 1956-57 Cincinnati Mohawks 1957-58 Indianapolis Chiefs 1958-59 Louisville Rebels 1959-60 St. Paul Saints 1960-61 St. Paul Saints 1961-62 Muskegon Zephyrs 1962-63 Fort Wayne Komets 1963-64 Toledo Blades 1964-65 Fort Wayne Komets 1965-66 Port Huron Flags 1966-67 Toledo Blades.…