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June 02, 1975 | Mark Mulvoy
With pea soup rolling in on their playoff series, Philadelphia and Buffalo discovered why "Mayday" is an international signal for distress.
May 27, 1974 | Mark Mulvoy
That often-mocked city enjoyed sweet victory as its audacious Flyers, a mere seven years in existence but blessed with a singing talisman, a superb goalie and a tooth-shy whirlwind, won hockey's title
May 20, 1974
ARCHERY—ARIZONA STATE won the men's U.S. intercollegiate team championship at DeLand, Fla., with the Sun Devils' Steve Lieberman regaining the individual crown. SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY secured the women's team title,...
May 13, 1974 | Mark Mulvoy
In a startling switch from their pugnacious tactics, mannerly but manly Philadelphia ousted New York from the Stanley Cup playoffs
April 15, 1974 | Mark Mulvoy
Bernie Parent, the stingiest man in any NHL net, leads those audacious Philadelphia expansionists into a playoff war they think they can win