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February 2, 1990

February 2, 1990

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Glenn Hail, a former goalie for the Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings and St. Louis Blues, holds two All-Star Game records of note. During his 18-year career. Hall played in 13 all-star games, the most of any goaltender. He also allowed more goals than any other (22) and is second to Terry Sawchuk in minutes played with 421. His all-star goals-against average is 3.14.…

THE NHL

BRUINS WILL MISS LINSEMAN

BRUINS Several Bruin players expressed sadness over the dealing of Ken Linseman to the Philadelphia Flyers for Dave Poulin. “He was always there at crunch time,” Andy Brickley said. ‘’He won a Cup (with Edmonton in 1984) and he knows what it takes. It’s things like that we’ll miss with him gone.’’…Greg Hawgood became the seventh player to play left wing on Craig Janney’s line with Cam Neely. The parade of left wingers on the Bruins’ premier line started with Bob Joyce (now with Washington) and continued, in no particular order, with Brickley, Randy Burridge, Bobby Carpenter, John Carter and Rob Cimetta. “We have a revolving door on the left side,” Neely said…With 33 goals at the break, all-star right winger Neely was one shy of 200 career goals…With their 28-16-4…

IN THIS ISSUE

BISONS MAY MOVE IF DEAL CAN’T BE STRUCK

The president of the Granby Bisons has threatened to move the franchise unless it receives some concessions from the city of Granby. Yves Proulx met with city officials Jan. 17 to discuss the Bisons’ lease at the Palais des Sports. The Bisons are in the second year of a five-year term. Proulx said the Bisons are looking | for a reduction in their rent as well as the concession rights from the arena’s restaurant and bar. If the city doesn’t meet his demands, Proulx said the team will be put up for sale and if no local buyers are interested, he’ll be happy to sell to an out-of-town investor. “Last year I lost $100,000,” said Proulx, “and this year I’ll have the same deficit. I like hockey, but I’m not crazy.” BEGIN GUILTY Former Drummondville…