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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...
September 24, 1973 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
PETE UNDER PRESSUREFootball coaches and other chauvinists like to say that there is no such thing as a good loser, which is foolish. A good loser is someone who knows how to cope with defeat—in a sense, how not to be...
June 18, 1973 | Mark Mulvoy
Some long Texas green lures Gordie Howe's adolescent sons to the WHA's Houston Aeros—and the old man scents a million or so, too
May 28, 1973
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA sportswriters and broadcasters overwhelmingly chose NATE ARCHIBALD of the Kansas City-Omaha Kings to head the NBA All-Star starting five. Joining the 6'1" guard are JOHN HAVLICEK, Boston; SPENCER...
May 21, 1973 | Mark Mulvoy
Mastery of Chicago was sweet for Henri Richard and his Montreal teammates, but a time of turbulence lies ahead for all pro hockey