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May 20, 1968 | Pete Waldmeir
As Montreal clinched the Stanley Cup final over the amazingly stubborn St. Louis Blues, Coach Toe Blake wistfully announced his retirement (again), and Goalie Lorne (Gump) Worsley exercised a hero's prerogative
May 20, 1968
BASKETBALL—Three players from each established club were picked in the expansion draft by Phoenix and Milwaukee, the two new NBA teams. To PHOENIX went Dick Van Arsdale, Neil Johnson and Emmette Bryant of New York;...
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
May 13, 1968
BASKETBALL—NBA: BOSTON won its 10th league championship in 12 years, beating Los Angeles four games to two (page 34).
April 22, 1968 | Stan Fischler