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September 1, 1976

September 1, 1976

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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WHA TRAINING CAMP ROSTERS

BIRMINGHAM Goalkeepers GARRETT, John TATARYN, Dave VIEN, Morio WOOD, Wayne Defensemen BILODEAU, Gilles BUTTERS, Bill CUNNINGHAM, Rich DOREY, Jim FALCO, Peter GIBBONS, Gerard HEAVER, Paul HOGANSON, Dale JOHANSSON, Bjorn KITCHEN, Mike LEMIEUX, Donald McEWEN, Mike NEELD, Greg ROLUNS, Jerry TURKIEWICZ, Jim Centers D’ALVISE, Bob DJAKALOVIC, Don FARDA, Richard MARRIN, Peter NEDOMANSKY, Vaclav NILSSON, Kent Right Wings DILLON, Brian JACQUES, Jeff LEE, Peter NAPIER, Mark PHANEUF, Jean-Luc SIMPSON, Tom Left Wings DesFORGES, Mark GARDNER, Paul HENDERSON, Paul MAHOVUCH, Frank MORIN, Wayne NISTICO, Lou CALGARY Goalkeepers McLEOD, Don BROMLEY, Gary Defensemen PESUT, George REED, Bill EVANS, Chris TERBENCHE, Paul MISZUK, John Centers CHIPPERFIELD, Ron MORRISON, George LEMIEUX, Richard ISRAELSON, Larry KIRK, Gavin HAAS, Derek Right Wings LUKOWICH, Bernie LAWSON, Danny HULL, Steve MILLER, Warren Left Wings TANNAHILL, Don DEADMARSH, Butch JODZIO, Rick DRISCOLL, Peter SENTES, Rick CINCINNATI Goalkeepers HOGANSON, Paul KILEY, John LAPOINTE, Normand SKIDMORE, Paul Defensemen BALUNGALL, Terry CARLYLE, Randy HUGHES, John JUSTIN, Don INKPEN, Dave MAXWELL, Bryan MELROSE, Barry OSUN, Joe PELYK, Mike PLUMB, Ron SERAFINI, Ron Centers CARROLL, Greg LEBLANC, Fernand LEDUC, Rich LOCAS, Jacques OSTLUND, Stu Right Wings ABGR ALL, Dennis DUDLEY, Rick MARSH, Peter McKENZIE, John MURDOCH, Don WALKER, Russ Left Wings BEATON, Frank GUITE, Pierre LAROSE, Claude SMEDSMO, Dale SOBCHUK, Dennis SOBCHUK, Gene STEELE, Billy EDMONTON Goalkeepers BEDARD, Jim DRYDEN, Dave WORTHY, Chris Defensemen HAMILTON, Al HORNUNG, Lorry HURLEY, Paul KENNETT, Murray LONG, Barry McANEELEY, Ted WILLIAMS, Tim Centers BLUMENSCHEIN, Gord BORGESON, Don FEDERKO, Bernie RUSSELL, Bob SPRING, Dan ULLMAN, Norm Right Wings CALLENDER, Drew CHAPMAN, Blair DUMBA, Al GUALAZZI, Brian MacGREGOR, Bruce McKNIGHT, Steve MORRIS, Rick PATENAUDE, Rusty SHEEHY, Tim VAUTOUR, Yvon Left Wings BAIRD, Ken BARRIE, Doug CARLETON,…

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Where They’ll Play Canada Cup Games

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Orr Makes It To Team Canada After Amazing Knee Recovery

CHICAGO— It is as mysterious as Mona Lisa’s smile, and if you enjoy your art over ice rather than off the wall, then it is more valuable, too. It has been probed more than the CIA, punished more than one of Ali’s sparring partners, tested more than Mayor Drapeau’s Olympic budget, and yet it comes back for more. It is a mass configuration of scarred turf, inroads and outroads which could pass not only for Johnny Carson’s famous fork in the road, but for Schlossen cutoff, too. It is the left knee of Bobby Orr, the Chicago Black Hawks’ $3 million man whose zeal, whose determination, whose true grit after five operations tell you that hockey’s greatest natural resource may not be exhausted, only relocated from The Hub to The Loop. “A few months ago,…

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Canada’s Track Record Poor Against Soviets

MONTREAL— Canada’s record, or perhaps more accurately, Canada’s professional record in international hockey, is not all that great. Ever since Paul Henderson scored the most memorable goal of his life in the dying seconds of the eighth game in the 1972 series between the Soviet Union and Team Canada, it’s been somewhat downhill. Canada has managed only three victories in 16 games since then and two of them came during the Super Series ‘76 when the Soviet Central Army and Wings of Soviet toured here during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. The Buffalo Sabres and the Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Soviet Teams in 1976 and Team Canada ‘74, made up of players from the World Hockey Association, won only once in their eight game series. However, Scotty Bowman, the man who guided the Canadiens…