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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
November 08, 1971 | Mark Mulvoy
New York's baby bull, Brad Park, plays right, shoots left and skates at a pace that just could beat Montreal and Boston
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."
March 06, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Chris Evert, 17-year-old tennis champion, after a year of being called things like "teen angel," when asked if she was getting tired of all the emphasis on her youth: "Well, it would be nice if some writer would get...
February 23, 1970
New York, New York can be a wonderful town when its teams are winning. Hockey's Rangers are the latest cult, and Emile Francis, their prophet, is assessed by Gary Ronberg.