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October 18, 1974

October 18, 1974

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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NHL Teams Near End Of Exhibition Game Play

WARNING: The Department of National Health and Welfare advises that danger to health increases with amount smoked. Wed. Sept. 25 ATLANTA 5, TORONTO 3 FIRST PERIOD Atlanta, 1—Harvey. (Quinn, Bennett) 1:12. Toronto, 2—Alexander (Stoughton) 12:45. Atlanta 3—Vail (Lysiak) 17:37. Penalties: Williams 4:21, Vail 11:43, Mercredi 14:52. SECOND PERIOD Toronto, 4—Thompson 4:56. 5—Moffat (Ferguson) 7:23. Penalties: Burgess 0:39, Harvey 6:19, Hextali 15:53. THIRD PERIOD Atlanta, 6—Harvey (Bennett) 4:19.7—Rochefort (Talafous, Bialowas) 7:50. 8—Talafous 19:10. Penalties: Monahan 10:33, Richard 11:51, Alexander 14:43. Shots on goal, Atlanta 30, Toronto 25. Where played: London, Ont. Fri. Sept. 27 MONTREAL 4, WASHINGTON 4 FIRST PERIOD Washington, 1—Williams 0:11, 2—Peloffy 19:30. Penalties: Gainey 0:35, Egers 2:16. Risebrough 5:12, Labré 8:51. Gainey 11:10. SECOND PERIOD Montreal, 3—Lafleur (free shot) 0:16, 4—Lefley 9:08, Wasghinton, 5—Labre (Williams, Cowick) 13:37, Montreal, 6—Lafleur (Cournoyer, Lapointe) 19:22. Penalties: Bloom 4:02, Robinson 7:14, Lesuk 7:19, Lapointe 9:38, Chartraw 15:48, Fullan (bench penalty) 17:34. THIRD PERIOD Montreal, 7—Shutt (Richard)…

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Lemieux Embarks On Shopping Spree To Make Kalamazoo IHL Contender

Follow All The Action Every Week By Subscribing Today To THE HOCKEY NEWS Superb Hockey Reading Each Month HOCKEY WORLD & HOCKEY PICTORIAL KALAMAZOO— Sounds from the nest of the Kalamazoo Wings aren’t the sounds of an expansion-minded team in the International Hockey League. “Our goal is to be a contender and we re dedicating this season to destroying the image of being an expansion team.” said general manager-coach Bob Lemieux who formerly toiled in those capacities at Fort Worth in the Central Hockey League and Virginia in the American Hockey League. A one time defenseman in the IHL. Lemieux helped Muskegon win the regular-season championship in 1965-66. The league, now increased to 11 teams, has changed a lot since Lemieux was an active player but he has no illusions about making the Wings a competitive…

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Gordon Rubbing Palms As His New North Stars Come Out As Hitters

TWIN CITIES — No doubt about it. The Minnesota North Stars want to prove they - are a changed team. They showed such intentions in the first scrimmages of training camp, and in their early exhibition outings. In simple terms, the art of checking has been rediscovered in Minnesota. “It’s not that we’ve worked them so hard,” mused general manager-coach Jack Gordon. “Everybody is working hard. I haven’t had to push them at all.” But the North Stars, who finished seventh in the now defunct eight-team alignment in the West Division last spring, plan to do some pushing of their own. Take the 2-2 exhibition opener against the New York Islanders. Gordon scrimmaged his team the morning of the game, yet they came out hitting. They hit with their fists as well as their bodies during…