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October 23, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Scotty Bowman, former coach of the St. Louis Blues now coaching the Montreal Canadiens: "In St. Louis, the players realized their limitations. They felt you were doing them a favor if you let them play. Here, with...
October 09, 1972
Who's afraid of Bob Woolf? Consult the mighty conglomerate of Bobby Orr-Phil Esposito, Ltd., also known as the Boston Bruins. Woolf is the Boston lawyer-agent who negotiated those astronomical WHA contracts for...
March 20, 1972
"I could see the sweat droplets fly off Mike Quarry's body," began New York Post Sports-writer Sheila Moran's story, in suitably gee-whiz fashion, as she became the first woman to cover a boxing match from ringside...
January 31, 1972 | Mark Mulvoy
The rebirth of the St. Louis Blues began for real when Philly left Coach Al Arbour, who had been typed as a noncom without clout, in stitches. Meanwhile, the star kept his hair and the owner his cool
October 18, 1971
Chicago is teaching the game to the new kids on the block, who would probably find it fun if they could just play it all by themselves