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April 16, 1973 | Mark Mulvoy
Surprise followed shock as New York opened Stanley Cup hostilities with defending champion Boston. The "demoralized" Rangers routed the Bruins in Boston and heard sweet music at home
April 30, 1973 | Mark Mulvoy
As New York stumbled and Montreal struggled in Stanley Cup warfare, passions off the ice were becoming as heated as the action on it
October 22, 1973
The news that Goaltender Ken Dryden was leaving the Montreal Canadiens to work for a law firm in Toronto sent shock waves through three cities. In New York—true story—Ranger loyalist Wayne Lachman phoned his wife...
April 29, 1974 | Mark Mulvoy
Players way down the Ranger salary scale rose up to reprieve their teammates by beating Montreal—but along came fiery Philadelphia
July 22, 1974 | Edited by Sarah Pileggi
•Fred Patek, 5'4" Kansas City shortstop, asked how it feels to be the smallest player in the major leagues: "It feels a helluva lot better than being the smallest player in the minor leagues."