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November 28, 1975

November 28, 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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CHL Statistics

LEADING SCORERS TEAM SCORING DALLAS OKLAHOMA CITY TUCSON FORT WORTH SALT LAKE TULSA GOALING RECORDS PENALTY LEADER All Handrohan. Oklahoma CitY, 79 minutes.…

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Ullman’s Blazing Start Inspiring As Oilers Display New Ice Strength

LOUISVILLE SLUGGER HOCKEY STICKS Made in Canada by HILLERICH & BRADSBY. LTD Arnold Street, Wallaceburg, Ontario Sold in U.S and Canada EDMONTON— To call him a man reborn would be stretching the case somewhat but one certainly could say Norm Ullman has been rejuvenated. After a month of play in the World Hockey Association, there was taciturn Normie, second in league scoring with five goals and 15 assists as the Oilers kept themselves within shouting distance of the lead in the tough Canadian Division. To observers, it has become clear that the tenacious style of the former Detroit Red Wing and Toronto Maple Leaf is manifesting itself on the club. “He’s so quiet and goes about his work with so little fanfare, it has rubbed off on everybody,” said Oilers’ coach Clare Drake. “Most important,…

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SOUTHERN LEAGUE

LOUISVILLE SLUGGER HOCKEY STICKS Made in Canada by HILLERICH & BRADSBY. LTD Arnold Street, Wallaceburg, Ontario Sold in U.S. and Canada SHL Leaders LEADING SCORERS GOALING RECORDS…

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Abrahamsson’s Scoring Blast Justifies Kelley’s Move

HARTFORD— You can never accuse New England Whalers’ coach and general manager Jack Kelley of being too conservative. Kelley will try anything to shake up his troops if it means winning a hockey game. For instance: The Harpoonists were having their problems putting the puck in the net. So, Kelley took Thommy Abrahamsson off the back line, put him between wingers Tom Webster and Ron Climie and the magic began to flow. On the receiving end were the Cincinnati Stingers in an 8-4 loss that saw the Whalers vault over the Queen City crew into first place in the World Hockey Association’s East Division. On the receiving end, that is, of a four-goal barrage by that line. And Abrahamsson notched three goals. He played as though he had been skating down the middle all…