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March 14, 1975

March 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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Looking At NHL Goalers

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PASSING THE PUCK

• HOCKEY FANS are urged to take part in the 28th annual HOCKEY NEWS NHL All Star team voting. This is the only NHL All Star team selected by you. the fan. Ballots will appear in THE HOCKEY NEWS for two consecutive issues and the team will be announced in THE HOCKEY NEWS of April 4. So get behind your favorite players and vote them on to this mythical dream team Bob Leduc. who succeeded Billy Harris as coach of the Toronto Toros, says he was much happier as a player. Before replacing Harris, the 30-year-old Leduc was one of the Toros’ more spirited players… Boston Garden, home of the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics, is one of 57 commercial properties which the city has taken title to for non-payment…

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WHA Team Rosters

C—Captain *—Rookie CALGARY GOAL Don McLeod Wayne Wood DEFENSE Duane Rupp Francois Lacombe Wally Olds Bill Reed Chris Evans John Miszuk CENTER Ron Chipperneld Murray keogan Peter Driscoll * Derek Haas Terry Caffery R. WING Danny Lawson Butch Deadmarsh Hugh Harris * RayDoLorenz L. WING Larry Israelson George Morrison Don Tannahill Rick Sentes INJURED Paul Terbenche MINNESOTA GOAL Mike Curran John Garrett DEFENSE Ron Busniuk Pat Westrum Rick Smith Bill Butters Gerry Odrowski CENTER Ted Hampson Fran Huck Dave Keon Henry Boucha Gary Gambucci R. WING Mike Walton Wayne Connelly John McKenzie Paul Holmgren L. WING Mike Antonovich Curt Brackenbury Jack Carlson INJURED None CINCINNATI GOAL Serge Aubry * Norm Lapointe Rich Coutu DEFENSE John Hughes Mike Pelyk Ron Plumb * Dave Inkpen • Bruce Abbey Ron Serafini CENTER Dennis Sobchuk Bryan Campbell * Jacques Locas Bernie MacNeil R. WING Steve Andrascik Rick Dudley Don O’Donoghue * Claude Larose * Pat Donnelly L. WING Gene Sobchuk Dale Smedsmo Lorne Rombough Pierre Guite INJURED Danny Gruen NEW ENGLAND GOAL C. Abrahamsson Paul Hogan son DEFENSE Rick Ley C. Doug Roberts Paul Hurley Brad Selwood Alan Hangsleben “Gord Roberts CENTER Larry Pleau Gary Swain T. Abrahamsson R. WING Tom Earl Fred O’Donnell Tom Webster Rosaire Paiement L. WING Ron Climie *Danny Arndt Wayne Carleton Don Blackburn Nick Fotiu INJURED None CLEVELAND GOAL Gerry Cheevers Bob Whidden DEFENSE Terry Ball *Paul Baxter Tom Edur ‘Bryan Maxwell Ray McKay Paul Shmyr Wayne Muloin CENTER Jim Harrison Rich Leduc J.C. Stewart Ron Ward R. WING Al McDonough Russ Walker L. WING Lyle Moffat Gerry Pinder J. A. Stewart Gary Jarrett * Juhani Tamminen INJURED Terry Holbrook PHOENIX GOAL Gary Kurt Jack Norris DEFENSE Al…

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Greensboro Citizens Hope To Save Generals; Mounting Injuries Still Hobbling Roanoke

THE HOCKEY NEWS EVERY WEEK for the price of a ticket to a SINGLE GAME! Superb Hockey Reading Each Month HOCKEY WORLD & HOCKEY PICTORIAL GREENSBORO— Once the scourge of the Eastern League, there remains the distinct possibility that the Greensboro Generals may eventually join the now defunct EHL in hockey’s graveyard. While the present team is fighting not to finish last in the Southern League, and time is running out. interested citizens are hoping to get enough local help to save the Generals. The current management. Headed by Sid Sutker, is losing money and apparently will not return for another year. The “Save the Generals” campaign is just getting started, and the volunteer head of that group. Tom Armshaw. wants to get public ownership from Greensboro fans in order to insure hockey in the…