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February 14, 1975

February 14, 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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College Races

WCHA CONFERENCE (Standings on Fri. Jan. 31) GAMES COMPLETED WCHA CONFERENCE Wisconsin 5. Colorado College 3 Colorado College 6, Wisconsin 4 Michigan Tech 11, Denver 5 Michigan Tech 7. Denver 0 Michigan 5, Minnesota 2 Minnesota 5. Michigan 2 Michigan State 6, Minn-Duluth 3 Minn-Duluth 8. Michigan State 5 North Dakota 2. Notre Dame 1 Notre Dame 5, North Dakota 2 NON-CONFERENCE GAMES Denver 7, Air Force 4 ECAC CONFERENCE (Standings on Sun. Jan. 26) DIVISION DIVISION II ECAC CONFERENCE DIVISION I GAMES Dartmouth 8. Boston College 6 Boston University 6. New Hampshire 4 Clarkson 6. St. Lawrence 4 Colgate 1. RPI 7 St. Lawrence 5. Boston College 1 Boston University 9, Princeton 2 Boston University 7, St. Lawrence 6 New Hampshire 5, Clarkson 3 Pennsylvania 3, Cornell 2 Dartmouth 8. Yale 7 Princeton 7, Northeastern 6 Vermont 9. RPI 3 NON-DIVISION AL GAMES Providence 11. Merrimack 3 Vermont 10, Norwich 3 Yale 9, Army 2 Penn 4, Merrimack 3 Northeastern 7. Umass 1 MINNESOTA COLLEGES (Standings on Mon. Jan. 20) CONFERENCE…

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WHA’s Stars of the week

ANDERS HEDBERG Winnipeg Jets While the Winnipeg Jets remained in the Canadian Division cellar, Anders Hedberg went on a scoring binge to the tune of six goals and a single assist. He registered a hat trick in wild 9-7 win over San Diego, tallied twice in 5-3 win over Phoenix and counted a goal and an assist in 5-4 I’ overtime loss to Minnesota. The six-goal outburst lifted his season total to 25. AL McDonough Cleveland Crusaders After scoring 24 goals last season. in action divided between Pittsburgh and Atlanta of the NHL, Al McDonough appears headed for the most successful season of his career. McDonough’s four markers during the past week raised his total to 21 in his first WHA season. He scored twice in 6-2 win over Phoenix, once in 4-3 setback to Quebec and…

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Chynoweth Slaps $1,000 Fine On Ginnell Following Week Of Violence In WCHL

SASKATOON — When the Western Canada Hockey League voiced its intention to break from the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association in mid-January. WCHL president Ed Chynoweth made a statement which came back to haunt him. We realize there is strength in unity.” said Chynoweth at that time, in hopes that the Ontari Hockey Association Junior A League and the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League would follow the WCHL’s footsteps away from the CAHA. Now Chynoweth has found himself with a one-man mutiny on his own ship, and it concerns Victoria coach-general manager-owner Patty Ginnell. The Victoria boss has taken exception to Chynoweth’s harsh measures of levying fines and suspensions, and said so quite vociferously in public, with one or two threats attached. Chynoweth put his foot down heavily on a week of violence in the…

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LOOKING AT THE NHL SCOREBOARD

(Standings on Tue. Feb. 4) NORRIS DIVISION ADAMS DIVISION PATRICK DIVISION SMYTHE DIVISION GAMES COMPLETED Mon. Jan. 27 Boston 3 at Kansas City 3. Tue. Jan. 28 N.Y Rangers 2 at Los Angeles 5. Minnesota 2 at N.Y Islanders 6: Montreal 3 at Vancouver 1. Detroit 4 at St. Louis 4 Wed. Jan. 29 N.Y Islanders 4 at Minnesota 3: Atlanta 4 at Kansas City 4; Chicago 1 at Pittsburgh 6; California 2 at Toronto 4 Thu. Jan. 30 N.Y Rangers 3 at Buffalo 6: Toronto 1 at Philadelphia 3: Washington 4 at Los Angeles 6: Pittsburgh 2 at Detroit 5; California 0 at Boston 6 Fri. Jan. 31 St. Louis 4 at Atlanta 2. Sat. Feb. 1 N.Y. Rangers 4 at Chicago 1; N.Y. Islanders 4 at Detroit 1. Buffalo 0 at Philadelphia 6; Montreal 5 at Los Angeles 3; Washington 2 at Vancouver 5; Pittsburgh…