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March 20, 1972
FOR SPORT'S SAKESirs:Hallelujah! There is a light in the forest! Until now I was afraid I was the only person who still enjoyed sports for the fun of competition. Your SCORECARD item, "Win, Win, Win" (March 6), has...
March 06, 1972 | Mark Mulvoy
And again and again. That's life for the king of the Black Hawks, Bobby Hull, who protests the shadowing he receives as no fun for him and a poor hockey show. Still, last week he scored his 40th goal
February 02, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
•Bobby Orr, Boston Bruin 21-year-old star who is on his way to becoming a young millionaire, asked if he would like to coach an All-Star hockey team with players like Detroit's Gordie Howe and Chicago's Bobby Hull:...
January 20, 1969 | Gary Ronberg
Hockey's top goal scorer is having his finest year despite a fractured jaw, a brownish glop of a liquid diet—and some of the heaviest punishment dealt a superstar since Maurice Richard
April 22, 1968 | Pete Axthelm
As Stanley Cup hockey heated up, the best war was between New York's Rangers, who had a plan, and the Second City's Black Hawks, who behaved like doves for a time but then got pretty mean