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May 23, 1975

May 23, 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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Deadline Stoppers

If trade talks persist with the Maple Leafs, veteran captain Dave Keon could be playing elsewhere next season. Should Keon go, Darryl Sittler is being rumored as the next Toronto ice leader. For details see page 16. AEROS LOSE UNIFORMS QUEBEC CITY— The Houston Aeros skated off the Colisee ice with their third WHA playoff victory over the Quebec Nordiques and a strangehold on the Avco World Trophy, but what they didn’t know was the bailiff was waiting to seize their uniforms when they took them off because the Aeros still owe the CAHA $35,000 in development fees for players. The CAHA obtained a Quebec Superior Court injunction to seize the Aeros’ uniforms and a portion of the game’s gate receipts normally alloted to the WHA. It amounted to $26,000, which had to be…

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STANLEY CUP SCOREBOARD

Preliminary Round SERIES ‘A’ GAMES COMPLETED Tue, April 8 Toronto 2 at Los Angeles 3 Thu, April 10 Los Angeles 2 at Toronto 3 Fri, April 11 Toronto 2 at Los Angeles 1 SERIES ‘B’ GAMES COMPLETED Tue, April 8 Chicago 2 at Boston 8 Thu, April 10 Boston 3 at Chicago 4 Fri, April 11 Chicago 6 at Boston 4 SERIES ‘C’ GAMES COMPLETED Tue, April 8 St Louis 3 at Pittsburgh 4 Thu, April 10 Pittsbrugh 5 at St. Louis 3 SERIES ‘D’ GAMES COMPLETED Tue, April 8 Islanders 3 at Rangers 2 Thu, April 10 Rangers 8 at Islanders 3 Fri, April 11 Islanders 4 at Rangers 3 Quarter-Finals SERIES ‘E’ GAMES COMPLETED Sun, April 13 Toronto 3 at Philadelphia 6 Tue, April 15 Toronto 0 at Philadelphia 3 Thu, April 17 Philadelphia 2 at Toronto 0 Sat, April 19 Philadelphia 4 at Toronto 3 SERIES ‘F’ GAMES COMPLETED Sun, April 13 Chicago 1 at Buffalo 4 Tue, April 15 Chicago 1 at Buffalo 3 Thu, April 17 Buffalo 4 at Chicago 5 Sun, April…

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NAHL Welcomes Buffalo Norsemen As New Team Unveils Rink Plans

Follow All The Action Every Week By Subscribing Today To THE HOCKEY NEWS Superb Hockey Reading Each Month HOCKEY WORLD & HOCKEY PICTORIAL BUFFALO— The major news media personnel gathered at Buffalo’s Statler Hilton Hotel for a press conference called by the North American Hockey League to introduce the new Buffalo entry, which officially became known as the Norsemen. Greater Buffalo Hockey Club Inc. named its principal officers and they included Dr. Dudley Turecki, president and Dr. Syde Taheri, chairman of the board. The club’s general manager is Willie Marshall, a super star (before the word became popular) in the American Hockey League over a span of 20 years. Marshall holds most of that league’s career offensive records and his signing was a popular choice in the Buffalo area. Marshall also spent part of…

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CARTOON CORNER