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Mark Mulvoy

All Mark Mulvoy Stories

April 12, 1976

The Little Big Man

Only 5'7", Joe Morgan is baseball's most complete player. He harasses pitchers, hits, steals, scores and fields, all with an air of arrogance

Oct. 13, 1980

HOCKEY/1980-81

JOHN A. ZIEGLER, JR.PRESIDENT, THE NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUENEW YORK, N.Y., AND MONTREAL, QUEBEC Dear John:Smile, ...

Oct. 20, 1975

NHL

The NHL's four divisional races are strangely meaningless in a league in which 12 of the 18 teams qualify—720 games and six months ...

Sept. 22, 1975

AMERICAN East

Hold the flowers. Scrap the black armbands. Forget the moments of silence. All those funereal reports proclaiming the death of the Miami ...

April 23, 1973

Dreams—and nightmares

The former became the latter for Minnesota in a week of furious playoff activity as the WHA Saints staggered and the NHL North Stars fell

April 12, 1976

THE EAST

This spring's In phrase among American League East managers concerns that ancient malady that tends to affect the young and successful in ...

Nov. 08, 1993

TO THE READER

Staff writer Phil Taylor is trying not to take it personally, but he finds it an odd coincidence that just when he took over the NBA beat, Michael ...

July 29, 1974

Check and double-Czech

A couple of Canadian tycoons with a yen for signing stars for super salaries have landed two more and stirred up a world controversy

Oct. 18, 1993

TO THE READER

If John Squires were to participate in the reader surveys he oversees as SI's new consumer marketing director, it would certainly produce one ...

April 06, 1970

THE DESPERATE HOURS

Their names are not Hull and Orr, but in the heat of the Chicago-Boston hockey race last week they endured the same heavy pressures. This is ...

Oct. 20, 1975

A SELLER'S MARKET

When Marcel Dionne put himself up for bids, buyers from both leagues got a complicated lesson in modern sales promotion.

Dec. 06, 1993

TO THE READER

To paraphrase Ethel Merman, there's no business like SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S business. And no one is more attuned to that than SI's ...

Jan. 18, 1971

POOR BROKEN WINGS

Ruffled feathers were flying in Detroit last week as the city's discouraged and defeated professional hockey players sought to break free of the ...

May 26, 1975

HOCKEY'S ECLECTIC WIZARD

Armed with his trusty legal pad, a snippet of Beatles philosophy and a Westernized Russian tactical plan, Philadelphia Flyer Coach Fred Shero ...

April 08, 1974

Fresh blades a-cupping

Revamped Los Angeles and upstart Atlanta, an expansion team only two years old, have overcome long odds to win Stanley Cup playoff spots

Nov. 25, 1974

KEN DRYDEN ON TRIAL

Back after a year of law-clerking and facing a week under siege, hockey's most celebrated goaltender was shelled by Buffalo and shocked by ...

May 12, 1975

Now Howes about that!

Houston is tops in the WHA, but a murmur in the heart of Texas

Feb. 11, 1974

DASHING THROUGH THE DOUGH

On the strangest sleigh ride in hockey, New York's glowingly affluent Rangers have everything except what they want most—the Stanley ...