November 20, 1967 | Mark Mulvoy
The most dangerous scorer in hockey's expansion division is Pittsburgh's Andy Bathgate, a 35-year-old retread with disobedient legs but a clear, shrewd head and a high-velocity slap shot that intimidates the enemy's...
November 06, 1967 | Garry Valk
If the expansion of major league ice hockey west and south is to produce the next big national pro sport, as we hope and believe it will, nothing will contribute more than good, contentious, opinionated talk. In this...
March 29, 1965
WORLD SWEEPERSSirs:My thanks to SI and Barbara LaFontaine for taking much of the national mystery from our popular sport of curling (A Stone's Throw to a Playdown, March 15). Now, when I tell my seat companion on the...
May 04, 1964 | Tom C. Brody
The Maple Leafs were the better team, but they could not elbow the eager Detroiters aside and they could not skate around them. All they could do to win a third straight Stanley Cup was score more goals
March 26, 1962 | Kenneth Rudeen
For letting his stick fly in a critical hockey game, Detroit Goalie Hank Bassen incurred a penalty that may have boosted New York into the rich postseason playoffs