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September 19, 1969

September 19, 1969

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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Kings Like Draft Picks

LOS ANGELES— The Kings are extremely high on burly defensemen Dale Hoganson and Greg Boddy and goalie Bruce Landon, their amateur draft picks. Hoganson is a senior at the University of Alberta… Hoganson, 5-11 and 190, played both sides defensively for the Estevan Bruins while Boddy. 6-2 and 200. is called “another Bobby Orr” by his coach at Edmonton, Red Hunter. Landon had the best goals against average in the Ontario Junior A League, posting 3.22 for the Peterborough Petes … … Lowell MacDonald, Jimmy Peters, Bryan Hextail spent the summer in college…Goalie Wayne Rutledge, injured most of last season, has issued a challenge to pal Desjardins about the No. 1 net job. Gerry has been training hard during a soft summer …New King Eddie Shack opened a restaurant in Toronto…The…

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Hockey’s Greatest Scorers

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HOW THE HHL STARS SHOT

TORONTO MONTREAL BOSTON DETROIT CHICAGO NEW YORK LOS ANGELES PHILADELPHIA OAKLAND ST. LOUIS MINNESOTA PITTSBURGH (NC-Picked Up No Card Turned In.)…

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NHL Signs New Pact With CBS Television For Game-of-the-week

NEW YORK — The National Hockey League’s game-of-the-week and a possible future confrontation with the Russian hockey team will be seen exclusively on the CBS Television Network. The double assurance was consumated in a recent pact signed between the two groups in early August. No financial figures were disclosed, however. The NHL inked a similar agreement with CBS three years ago at a reported $3,600,000. It came up for renewal this year. CBS and the NHL announced that they have entered into a new one-year contract giving the network the broadcast rights to the NHL game-of-the-week during the 1969-70 season, as well as first negotiation rights to broadcast any international games which may be scheduled between the NHL and foreign hockey powers such as Russia, Czechos-lavakia, and Sweden. The announcement was made jointly by…