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May 27, 1974 | Mark Mulvoy
That often-mocked city enjoyed sweet victory as its audacious Flyers, a mere seven years in existence but blessed with a singing talisman, a superb goalie and a tooth-shy whirlwind, won hockey's title
May 20, 1974
ROUGH STUFFSir:I can't hold back any longer (It's Sockey, the Way They Play It Here, May 6). When are you guys going to face the fact that the Philadelphia Flyers are an excellent hockey team? You have been down on...
May 13, 1974 | Mark Mulvoy
In a startling switch from their pugnacious tactics, mannerly but manly Philadelphia ousted New York from the Stanley Cup playoffs
May 06, 1974
BASKETBALL—NBA: The Boston Celtics climaxed a week that saw the Bulls turn into lambs and the Knicks to stone by running the Milwaukee Bucks right out of their home-court advantage, 98-83, in the opener of the title...
May 06, 1974 | Mark Mulvoy
Philadelphia's violent Stanley Cup semifinal series with New York had more fist- and stick-swinging than skating and skill, as the Rangers recovered from a mauling to even things up