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December 10, 1982

December 10, 1982

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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NHL Boston…… 17 Buffalo…… 22 Calgary…… 4 Chicago…… 5 Detroit…… 10 Edmonton…… 15 Hartford…… 18 Los Angeles…… 4 Minnesota…… 13 Montreal…… 12 New Jersey…… 20 Islanders…… 6 Rangers…… 7 Philadelphia…… 9 Pittsburgh…… 12 Quebec…… 14 St. Louis…… 14 Toronto…… 10 Vancouver…… 27 Washington…… 18 Winnipeg…… 18 The Minors AHL…… 24 CHL…… 26 IHL…… 27 The Amateurs OHL…… 31 WHL…… 32 QHL…… 33 The Colleges WCHA…… 28 CCHA…… 28 ECAC…… 30 Scoreboard…… 29 Columnists Frank Orr…… 2 Stan Fischler…… 5 Steve Simmons…… 14 Bill Fleischman…… 12 Murray Costello…… 23 Departments Tom Fergus…… 3 Bluelines…… 15 NHL Scoring…… 16 NHL Summaries…… 34 NHL Rosters…… 35 Classified…… 37 Hockey People…… 38 Coming Next Issue In our next issue, we’ll profile one of the most explosive forward units in the National Hockey League. Center Denis Savard and wingers Al Secord and rookie Steve Larmer are three reasons why the Chicago Black Hawks have had the old Stadium rocking this season. Of course, new coach Orval Tessier, who has had a winning record wherever he went, is another big factor and we’ll take a look…

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The International Hockey Weekly Founded in 1947 Published by W.C.C. Publishing Ltd. 214 King St. West, Suite 314, Toronto, Ont. M5H 1K4 Bricks And Bouquets ONE-QUARTER of the way through the National Hockey League season and it is time for a few Bricks and Bouquets: A BOUQUET to Normand Leveille, his family and friends. It’s been more than a month since the talented left winger of the Boston Bruins suffered a massive brain hemorrhage that left him close to death. Now resting in the Montreal Neurological Institute after being transferred from a Vancouver hospital, the glut of media coverage that accompanied the initial tragedy has subsided, leaving the youngster, his family and friends alone to fight the long, arduous battle that awaits them all. If that battle can be won on heart alone, then we have…

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Hills Takes Scoring Lead With 10-Point Burst

BOWLING GREEN—All-American Brian Hills scored six goals and added four assists to pace league-leading Bowling Green to 12-2 and 12-3 wins over Notre Dame in Central Collegiate Hockey Association play. The Falcons grabbed a 2-0 lead in the opener and scored five goals in each of the next two periods as freshman Jamie Wansbrough had three goals and three assists in the first game. The second game was 1-1 after one period as Brent Chapman scored at 13:17 to give the Fighting Irish the lead before Hills tied the game at 18:57. The second period was all Bowling Green as the Falcons tied a school record by scoring 10 goals. The goals were scored in bunches with BG setting the team record for four fastest goals twice in the period, as the record…

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Komets Soar To Top Of League Standings

H&B Louisville Hockey H&B Louisville Hockey FORT WAYNE—The Komets have been the hottest team in the International Hockey League in recent weeks and the surge has propelled them to the head of the class. Over an U-game period in November, the Komets lost but two games and took over both the East Division and overall leads. The Komets have a 9-5-4 record and 22 points, two more than division runner-up, Toledo and one better than the pace being set by West Division leader, Milwaukee. The Komets’ lead is a little misleading as they have played more games than both Toledo and Milwaukee, but at the current pace, the Komets will be hard to catch even when they lose their games-in-hand. The Komets had another good week, winning three while losing once, a 5-4 decision at…