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June 26, 1992

June 26, 1992

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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ROUGH DRAFT

The hockey season isn’t officially over until the entry draft is held. Here are 15 things you should know about the annual lottery, set for June 20 in Montreal this year. 1. LIFE OF BRIAN: Outgoing NHL president John Ziegler traditionally opens the entry draft but immediately turns it over to Brian O’Neill. It is the league’s executive vice-president who presides over the draft until the last player is chosen. “You see youngsters sitting there all dressed up and it’s obvious who they are,” O’Neill says. “It must be very hard for them to get up and go home after the last pick without hearing their names being announced. I know I always have a hard time seeing that.” 2. MORE BARK THAN BYTE: The Central Scouting Bureau feeds subjective evaluations on…

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Can’t Beat the Real Thing

PLAYOFFS DIVISION SEMIFINALS DIVISION FINALS CONFERENCE FINALS STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIP POWER PLAY (ADV)—TOTAL ADVANTAGES; (PPG)—POWER—PLAY GOALS; (PCT)—POWER-PLAY GOALS DIVIDED BY TOTAL ADVANTAGES. PENALTY KILLING (TSH)—TOTAL TIMES SHORTHANDED: (PPGA)—POWER-PLAY GOALS ALLOWED; (PCT)—SUCCESSFUL PENALTY-KILLING PERCENTAGE TEAM PENALTIES (PIM)—TOTAL PENALTY MINUTES INCLUDING (BMI) BENCH PENALTY MINUTES; (AVG)—AVERAGE PENALTY MINUTES PER GAME. TOP SCORERS TOP DEFENSEMEN TOP ROOKIES LEADERS BOSTON BRUINS BUFFALO SABRES CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS DETROIT RED WINGS EDMONTON OILERS HARTFORD WHALERS LOS ANGELES KINGS MINNESOTA NORTH STARS MONTREAL CANADIENS NEW JERSEY DEVILS NEW YORK RANGERS PITTSBURGH PENGUINS ST. LOUIS BLUES VANCOUVER CANUCKS WASHINGTON CAPITALS WINNIPEG JETS…

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Ecstatic Clarke returns

Bob Clarke was always all-business when he played the game. But when he retired and entered the business world, he found a lot of people who weren’t exactly all-game. And it was for that reason–and his love for the Ryers-that he decided to give up his position as Minnesota North Stars’ general manager to take a “hands-on” front office job in Philadelphia. In an emotional welcome home luncheon June 10, Clarke said he enjoyed his two-year stay with the North Stars. But he admitted his family missed Philadelphia, where they had lived for 21 years. Two of Clarke’s children will be attending eastern colleges next year and the family had always made South Jersey its home. “You’ll never know how happy this makes myself or my family,” he said. “We were treated terrifically in…

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SCOREBOARD

MONDAY, JUNE 1 PIT: Bourque (0/1-) Callander (0/0) Errey (0/0) Francis (2/1-) Hrdina (0/0) Jagr (1/0) Lemieux (7/0) Loney (3/1+) Murphy (4/2-) Paek (1/1+) Roberts (0/2-) Kjell Samuelsson (0/2+) Ulf Samuelsson (1/1+) Stanton (0/0) Stevens (2/0) Tocchet (1/0) Trottier (5/1+) McEachern (2/0). CHI: Brown (0/1-) Buskas (0/1-) Chelios (3/1+) Gilbert (0/1+) Goulet (0/1-) Graham (7/2+) Grimson (0/1+) Hudson (1/1-) Kucera (0/0) Larmer (2/0) Lemieux (3/1+) Marchment (3/2-) Matteau (1/0) Noonan (0/1-) Roenick (3/1+) Smith (0/2-) Sutter (2/1-) Kravchuk (4/3+). CONN SMYTHE TROPHY THE CONN SMYTHE TROPHY IS AWARDED ANNUALLY TO THE MOST VALUABLE PLAYER DURING THE PLAYOFFS AS SELECTED BY THE PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY WRITERS’ ASSOCIATION. STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF STANLEY CUP WINNING TEAMS AND HEAD COACHES SINCE THE NHL’S FORMATION IN 1917. THE 1919 FINAL WAS CANCELLED DUE TO AN INFLUENZA…