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January 30, 1967 | Pete Axthelm
There is something about a hockey puck zinging in at 80 mph that brings out the expressiveness in goalies. Consider New York's Eddie Giacomin on the opposite page. His is the face of a man who has just been sapped...
May 13, 1968 | Pete Waldmeir
Surviving 14 desperate games in the preliminaries, St. Louis' poor little expansion team drew the fearsome Canadiens in the Stanley Cup final—and for openers bashed and skated them into a humiliating overtime
November 15, 1971
A battle of unbeatens pits Auburn, with its high-powered offense that has scored 271 points, against a tough Georgia defense that has yielded only 53. Pat Putnam is on hand.
November 22, 1971 | Mark Mulvoy
Two goalies on the skids with other teams have been paying their way so handsomely in Minnesota that the North Stars have risen to unusual heights—Chicago's altitude—after years of just scuffling
March 28, 1977 | Jerry Kirshenbaum