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October 16, 1965

October 16, 1965

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’s 1965-66 Schedule

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Bobby Hull Keeps Hawks’ Brass Hopping

All-Star Game Facts, Figures ALL-STAR GAME RECORDS, 1947 TO 1964 Most Games Played: Gordie Howe 16. Most Goals: Maurice Richard, Gordie Howe 7. Most Assists: Red Kelly 7. Most Total Points: Gordie Howe 12. Most Minor Penalties: Gus Mortson 9. Most Major Penalties: Gordie Howe 1. Most Consecutive Games Played: Maurice Richard 13, 1947-1959 (inc.) Member on Most Winning Teams: Gordie Howe 9. Most Goals, One Period: Andy Bathgate, Wally Hergesheimer, Ted Lindsay, Frank Mahovlich, 2. Fastest Two Goals: Wally Hergesheimer, 1:19, 1953. Fastest Goal From Start of Game: Ted Lindsay, 19 secs., 1950. Most Assists, One Game: Doug Harvey, Dickie Moore, 3. Most Goals, One Game: Ted Lindsay, 3. Most Penalty Minutes: Gordie Howe, 21 minutes. CHICAGO, Ill. Bobby Hull, the Golden Boy of the Black Hawks, became the hottest conversation piece around the Chicago camp this year for many reasons. First, the Hawks’ great scoring star staged…

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HOCKEY CROSSWORD

SOLUTION IN NEXT WEEK’S ISSUE ACROSS 1. Player signed by Detroif last summer. 6. Initials of a Leaf veteran. 8. Murray Hall’s second name. 10. Number of NHL teams with which 27 down has played. 12. Best way to control puck during penalties. 13. Number of goals Gadsby scored last season. 14. An NHL netminder. 15. Native province of John Brenneman (abbr.) 16. Ocean (abbr.) 18. Initials of Taylor, last season with Baltimore. 20. Name given LoPresti, former NHL goalie. 21. Short for given name of 17 down. 22. Ton (abbr.) 23. Ron Stewart’s first NHL team (abbr.) 25. An AHL coach. 28. Pictured star’s former club (abbr.) 29. Victoria’s new coach. 30. Initials of Reibel, ex-NHL player. 31. Name given Fontinato, former Ranger and Hab. 32. Position played by Ken Wharram (abbr.) 33. Gilles Tremblay is regarded as a skater. 34. Bobby Hull has had this broken. DOWN 1. Pictured Toronto player. 2. Number of…

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Bruins Boasting New Bench Depth, NHL Pickups Shot In Arm To Club

BOSTON, Mass— Depth, a curious, unfamiliar word around Boston Garden in recent years, is once again becoming part of the Bruins’ vocabulary. After a record summer spending spree and a couple of major trades, the Bruins went to camp in London, Ont., this fall with more than the usual collection of new faces. There were plenty of newcomers, all right. But the most-promising sight was the attendant ability. “I’d say we have more depth this season than we’ve had in a great number of years,” Coach Milt Schmidt offered. “Now don’t get me wrong,” he added. “I’m not saying we’ve got ‘a lot’ of depth. But we’ve got some, which is a lot more than we’ve had.” Schmidt, beginning his 11th year at the Boston helm, isn’t used to handling surplus talent of even…