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November 13, 1978 | E. M. Swift
Hockey's hottest team is the big, young Atlanta Flames, and they may well put a match to the Georgia city's tag of 'Losersville, U.S.A.'
October 23, 1978 | Kathy Blumenstock
The Birmingham Bulls, who seemed to be goners, are back, the Houston Aeros are goners, and consolidation with the NHL seems as unlikely as Gordie Howe's retirement. Still another merger fling—No. 7, in case you are...
May 01, 1978
PRO BASKETBALL—"The times we beat them in the past they didn't play as a unit. They went one-on-one," the Knicks' Jim McMillian said of the 76ers. "Now they're more of a team than I've ever seen them." And...
April 24, 1978
PRO BASKETBALL—The Milwaukee Bucks, who a year ago had the worst record in the NBA's Western Conference, advanced to the conference's semifinal playoffs after a 111-103, 94-90 sweep of the Phoenix Suns (page 16)....
April 24, 1978 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
While fans celebrated Detroit's return to the Stanley Cup by tossing cephalopods and other goodies on the ice, the Red Wings beat Atlanta in the miniseries