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January 31, 1975

January 31, 1975

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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Around The USHL

WATERLOO— Severe weather conditions forced the postponement of two United States Hockey League games last weekend. However, eight of the scheduled 10 contests were played. In the Southern Division, the league leading Waterloo Black Hawks moved seven points in front of second place Sioux City Musketeers by registering 6-4 victories over Thunder Bay and Green Bay before a combined crowd of 6,400. Mike Randolph and Jim Gospodar paced the Hawks with seven scoring points each. Central Wisconsin Flyers, under new playing coach D’Arcy Keating, scored their second win by defeating Marquette Iron Rangers 5-2 at Stevens Point, Wise. ExBobcat forward Bruce Sandbeck’s sixth and seventh goals of the season led the USHL’s newest expansion club in a come-from-behind victory. Defenseman Keating, signed the previous day, also scored. Milwaukee Admirals continued their fine play under…

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Schedule Of 80 Road Games For Leafs’ Dunn

TORONTO— For Toronto Maple Leaf defenseman Dave Dunn, the first half of the 1974-75 National Hockey League season consisted of 40 “road” games, a state of mind inspired by a slow, frustrating adjustment to blue-and-white. The Leafs acquired Dunn from the Vancouver Canucks in the first week of the schedule. They dispatched winger Garry Monahan and backliner John Grisdale to Vancouver in exchange for the big (6’ 2”, 200 pounds) Dunn. At the time, Dunn was a winger and the Leafs anticipated his adding muscle to their often pacifist forward consignment. While the Leafs floundered and Dunn failed to contribute much to the cause, the Canucks were off and winging in the Smythe Division, building up a solid lead over the Chicago Black Hawks. Reports out of Vancouver claimed that Monahan and Grisdale were…

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WHA’s stars of the week

ANDERSHEDBERG Winnipeg Jets Winnipeg Jets have slipped into a last place tie with Vancouver in the Canadian Division but one of the bright spots on the club has been the play of its foreign imports. One of these players, Sweden’s Anders Hedberg, counted seven points, five of them goals during the past week. Four of the five tallies came in the Jets 9-4 romp over Cleveland and the single marker in 4-2 home ice loss to Vancouver. ANDRE HINSE Houston Aeros Very seldom does a player notch five goals in one week let alone five in one game. Andre Hinse triggered the red light five times in Houston Aeros 9-2 trouncing of Edmonton. He also contributed two assists in 5-4 loss to San Diego for a sevenpoint total. The five goal outburst boosted Hinse’s season goal total to…

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SUPER STAR HOCKEY CAMP

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