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March 22, 1965
HOME ON THE RANGERSSirs:Congratulations to William Leggett for his perceptive article on the plight of the New York Ranger hockey team and its followers (In New York, Hockey's House Is Not a Home, March 8). As a...
March 29, 1965
WORLD SWEEPERSSirs:My thanks to SI and Barbara LaFontaine for taking much of the national mystery from our popular sport of curling (A Stone's Throw to a Playdown, March 15). Now, when I tell my seat companion on the...
October 04, 1965 | Garry Valk
A large part of every issue of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED is devoted to major events—the ones that make the news—and that's understandable. Readers care about how Jack Nicklaus won the Masters, why Green Bay should become...
November 08, 1965
A National Hockey League quiz to stir memories and increase the knowledge of casual fans and armchair experts
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...