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November 29, 1974

November 29, 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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Play Me Or Trade Me Says Ullman

TORONTO — Veteran Toronto Maple Leafs’ center Norm Ullman is unhappy sitting on the Leafs’ bench and says he would welcome a trade “if it was to the right team”. Ullman, who has scored 481 goals in his 19-year NHL career, said he was puzzled by coach Red Kelly’s apparent lack of interest in him. “I don’t know why I’m not playing any more.” he said. “Nobody has told me anything. I worked really hard in the off-season, running every day for 2½ months to be in shape. I felt I had a good training camp. too. But because I haven’t been playing I’ve lost my conditioning edge. If I did get a chance to play. I’d need a half dozen games to get it back.” Ullman said that he realizes he’s not the…

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U.S. Hockey Pros

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Corrigan Off Regular Shift

LOS ANGELES— Developing rapidly. Don Kozak has taken Mike Corrigan’s place on right wing with the Bob Berry-Juha Widing duo on the Kings. Two seasons back, Berry was beaten out by Corrigan, 36 goals to 37, for the team’s single, season scoring record. but Corrigan is playing only in spots now. He knows the coach can’t change a winning lineup, so he is working hard, practising patience and not popping off while waiting for his chance to win back a regular role. The most explosive player on the team, Butch Goring, has been waiting three weeks since recovering from an injury fora regular role, but coach Bob Pulford just doesn’t want to tamper with what is winning for him. Pulford would like to find a place for young spare defender Neil Komadoski,…

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No New Twists In Bruin Survival Story As Orr And Esposito Keep Things Going

BOSTON — The Bruins, although they were trailing the Buffalo Sabres in Adams whatsis of the NHL, showed plenty of signs of being able to sit up and take nourishment as they continued to be unbeaten at home, and to get the tender loving care of Bobby Orr and Phil Esposito. Orr scored the hat-trick andpicked up three assists in the bargain to run up a six-point night against Milt Schmidt’s Washington Capitals — one off his own NHL record of points for a defense man. This was his second hat-trick of the year. This, and a picture goal against Boom Boom Geoffrion’s Atlanta club, gave Orr 15 points in a stretch of five games (five goals, 10 assists), and he had scored at least one point in 12 of the 14games he…