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March 5, 1971

March 5, 1971

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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A WONDERFUL SUMMER VACATION PLUS THESE GREAT PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY COACHES

21 YEARS IN NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE PLAY ALLAN STANLEY’S BEEHIVE HOCKEY CAMP FOR BOYS AGE 7 TO 17 FENELON FALLS, ONT. SUMMER: FENELON FALLS ONTARIO. CANADA Telephone (705) 738-2343 WINTER: (Nov. 1 — June 1) 3000 Dufferin St., Ste. 904 TORONTO 19, ONT. CANADA Telephone (416) 782-0909…

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THE INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY WEEKLY Vol. 24 — No. 22 MONTREAL, MARCH 5, 1971 Price: 35¢…

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JACK RILEY ICE HOCKEY CAMP

LENOX SCHOOL, LENOX, MASSACHUSETTS 4 1-Week Sessions — June 27-July 24 Featured Coach will be JACK RILEY (Director) the famous Army hockey coach & coach of the 1960 Gold Medal U.S. Olympic Hockey team and assisted by outstanding college coaches such as BILL McCORMICK, Williams College and RON RYAN, Colgate. Maximum “Ice Time” (at least 3 hours per day) will be given to each student by limiting the enrollment at this spacious new rink that is available for our’exclusive use. The curriculum will feature a well-balanced mixture of group lectures, small group instruction and practice sessions, drills, shooting! movies, chalk talks and games which will create a sound learning progression to sharpen your skills. Room and board and all instruction plus an All American hockey jersey will be furnished for each boy that…

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A “No-holds-barred” Look at the Most Powerful Hockey Club in the N.H.L.

By one of the world’s most exciting and colourful players Maurice “ROCKET” Richard and Sportswriter STAN FISCHLER have combined to write the most controversial book on hockey and the Montreal Canadiens to date. —Was the Stanley Cup playoff series in 1968 and 1969 a joke? —Has expansion downgraded today’s game? —Who are the “Big Six” fighters in the N.H.L. today? —What was behind the Canadiens’ collapse last year? “Maurice (Rocket) Richard has emerged as an author the same way he left the National Hockey League more than a decade ago — controversial.” —Canadian Press 340 pp. $6.95 The Flying Frenchmen: Hockey’s Greatest Dynasty. 296 pp. $6.95 Les Canadiens sont la! La plus grande dynastie du hockey. Available at your local bookstore or order directly from: Prentice-Hall of Canada Ltd., 1870 Birchmount Road, Scarborough, Ontario. American readers may order from their local bookstore OR…