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October 19, 1968

October 19, 1968

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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WOULD YOU LIKE TO BECOME A TELEVISION OR RADIO SPORTSCASTER?

“Our free voice analysis tells you whether you have the hidden talent to become a broadcast personality” Says DANNY GALLIVAN WORLD FAMED CANADIAN SPORTSCASTER Free voice analysis tells you if you have the “hidden talent” The exciting, rewarding life of a broadcast personality is the dream of thousands of people who possess hidden talent and need only good training. Our directing Faculty of 11 famous broadcasters (including Danny Gallivan and Larry Henderson) has helped men and women of all ages and backgrounds discover their potential in broadcasting! Train at home or in one of our studio schools You are able to study broadcasting techniques either at home — in your spare time — or in our studio school. Exciting field training assignments take you (with your tape recorder) right to the scene of sporting and news…

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Montreal, Minnesota Picked As Teams To Beat In NHL Races

HOW SELECTORS PICKED FINISH OF RACES (Points awarded on basis of 6 for 1, 5 for 2, 4 for 3, 3 for 4, 2 for 5, 1 for 6.)…

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How They Stand

AMERICAN LEAGUE EASTERN DIVISION GAMES COMPLETED Tues. Oct. 8 CLEVELAND 1 at BALTIMORE 3 Fri. Oct. 11 Hershey 4 at Baltimore 5 Buffalo 7 at Providence 2 Quebec 2 at Springfield 3 Sat Oct. 12 Providence 3 at Cleveland 2 Baltimore 3 at Hershey 5 Quebec 1 at Rochester 4 Buffalo 2 at Springfield 2 Sun. Oct. 13 Springfield 0 at Buffalo 5 Baltimore 1 at Providence 7 Rochester 1 at Quebec 1 GAMES TO COME Tue. Oct. 15 Springfield at Baltimore Rochester at Quebec Sat. Oct. 19 Providence at Buffalo Quebec at Hershey Cleveland at Springfield Sun. Oct. 20 Hershey at Buffalo Quebec at Providence Baltimore at Rochester…

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Flyers’ Pilot Allen Points To Increased Goal-Scoring Power

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. The Philadelphia Flyers open their 1968-69 National Hockey League season with a swifter, more muscular and, hopefully, more powerful scoring attack. “We are stronger and a lot deeper this season,” said coach Keith Allen, “and I expect the club to do a lot more scoring.” Last season’s West Division champs had a solid defense, outstanding goaltending, but produced only 173 goals in 74 games, an average of 2.2 goals per game, 11th in the NHL. The Flyers broke training camp at Quebec City and headed for Boston before taking on the rugged Bruins in their opener. The Flyers are carrying 22 men on their roster at the start of the season. They are: Goalies Doug Favell and Bernie Parent. Goalies Doug Favell and Bernie Parent. Defensemen Ed Van Impe, Joe Watson, Larry Hale, Dick Cherrv.…