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October 22, 1947

October 22, 1947

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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Fans Discuss Annual Game How Great Were All-Stars?

TORONTO— Canny Art Ross, Boston Bruins’ head man, wasn’t so far wrong when he predicted the National Hockey League All-Stars would defeat Toronto Maple Leafs in the league’s First Annual All-Star Game. But he took a lot of ribbing from opposing managers and the fans who liked Leafs’ chances. When the star-studded crew led by Coach Dick Irvin of Montreal Canadiens defeated Leafs 4-3 in Maple Leaf. Gardens, they not only justified the faith Ross placed in them, but also gave the fans a treat they had waited for many years. The game at Toronto—first of the annual events to be staged from now on—marked the first and only time a true team of league greats had been banded together on one sheet of ice to play as a unit. In previous benefit and…

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Morin Loses In Bid For Rangers’ Berth

MONTREAL— One of Montreal’s major controversies was settled over the weekend when it was announced that little Pete Morin, perennial star with the Montreal Royals of the Quebec Senior Hockey League would again return to the Royals tor another season. Morin, who captained the Royals to the Allan Cup last year, was the centre of a feud between the Montreal Canadiens and the New York Rangers. Property of the Canadiens club, Morin recently packed bag and baggage and left for the Rangers’ training site at Lake Placid for a tryout with the Broadway Blueshirts. Little Pete, whose entire career has been played with the Royals with the exception of a brief outing with the parent Habs, was deprived of probably his only chance to make good under the “big tent”. He was alleged…

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PROVINCIAL HOCKEY LEAGUE 1947-48 SCHEDULE

Nov. 1: Sherbrooke at Vlctoria^llo; Lachine at St. Hyacinth*. Nov. 2: St. Hyacinthe at Verdun: Vlctoriavllle at Sherbrooke; Cornwall at Lachine. Nov. 4: Sherbrooke at Cornwall: Lachine at Verdun: 8t. Hyacinthe at Yictariavflle. Nov. 5: Sherbrooke at Lachine; Vletoriavltle at St. Hyacinthe. Nov. 6: Cornwall at Verdun. Nov. 7: Verdun at Cornwall. Nov. 8: Lachlno at Sherbrooke. Nov. 9: Lachine at Vlctoriavllle; Sherbrooke at Verdun; Cornwall at St. Hyacinthe Nov. 11: Verdun at Cornwall; St Hyacinthe at Sherbrooke. Nov. 12: Sherbrooke at St. Hyacin-the; VI rt or’.a villa at Lachine. Nov. 12: Lach’ne at Verdun. Nov. 14: Vlctoriavllle at Cornwall Nov. 15: Cornwall at Vlctoriavllle; Verdun at Sherbrooke. Nor. 15; Cornwall at Sherbrooke; 8t. Hyacinthe at Lachine; Verdun at Vlctoriavllle. Nov. 18: Lachine at Cornwall; Sherbrooke at Verdun. Nov. 18: Cornwall at Lachine: Vlctoriavllle at St. Hyacinhte. Nov. 20: Shwbrooke at Vlctoriavllle. Nov. 21: St. Hyacinthe at…

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THE WEEK’S STATISTICS

(Scoring and penalty statistics up to and including games of Sunday, 10th 1047 compiled from records of official scorers.) RESULTS OF GAMES PLAYED WEEK ENDING OCT. 10TH, 1047 Wed. Oct. 15th—Chicago 2 at Detroit 4 Thu. Oct. 16th—Rangers 2 at Canadiens 1 Sat. Oct. 18 th—Detroit 2 at Toronto 2 Sat. Oct. 18th—Chicago 2 at Canadiens 4 Sun. Oct. 19th—Toronto 0 at Detroit 2 Sun. Oct. 19th—Rengers 1 at Boston 3 RECORDS OF GOALKEEPERS PENALTIES IN MINUTES BY CLUBS…