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April 14, 1958
Jerry Toppazzini, hustling young Boston forward who almost missed Stanley Cup playoffs because of eye injury, was at his best against Rangers, turning hat trick (three goals) in Bruins' decisive 8-2 win at Boston.
April 21, 1958
RECORD BREAKERS—SWIM RECORDS, fragile as bubbles, popped in Dallas as slippery young ladies, led by Chris von Saltza (see FACES), splashed about in AAU championships. Other new American and AAU records: New Jersey's...
September 22, 1958
December 01, 1958 | Kenneth Rudeen
When they're bad they're very, very good, but when they're good, they're horrid—that's the hockey philosophy of the Hub
November 30, 1959 | William Leggett
Those ever-powerful Montreal Canadiens start a seven-game spin through the National Hockey League which, if successful, could end the season just two short months after it began