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Mark Mulvoy

All Mark Mulvoy Stories

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 ...

April 29, 1968

KNOCKOUT, KNOCKDOWN

The American League race is taking off right where it stopped last season—with a murderous difference. For every homer hit at least two men hit the dust as ...

Nov. 25, 1968

THOSE UPPITY BLUES

Not content with carving up their fellow expansionists, St. Louis' hockeymen have been irreverent in their treatment of the NHL establishment, thanks to a pair of ...

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 ...

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 ...

March 29, 1971

America first, B.U. foremost

It was an NCAA championship of surprises as Yankees outnumbered Canadians on the ice and old Frustration U. grabbed the title

Feb. 19, 1968

Expansion's bright new heroes

The exhilarating success of the Philadelphia Flyers is due in large part to the remarkable play of a talented two-man goaltending partnership

May 08, 1972

VIOLENCE IS THE GOAL

The Stanley Cup was brimming with hate as the Bruins, determined to be tough guys, squared off against the Rangers, who were not above a ...

Dec. 18, 1972

The garbage man cometh

Deflections, rebounds and other close-in pickings are the repertoire of the WHA's surprise scoring ace, Ron Ward—up from NHL oblivion

Jan. 29, 1973

BABY, IT'S COLD INSIDE

But not outdoors in L.A., where the hedonistic Kings sun and surf. The trouble is, they freeze on the road.

Aug. 07, 1967

SAY HEY NO MORE

Tired and sick, an aging Willie Mays struggles to finish a season that has already lasted too long.

March 11, 1974

Superdad Skates Up A Storm

The hockey played by Gordie Howe at 45 has lost little since the majestic, intimidating years in which he won NHL glory—witness the way the Houston Aero warrior has risen to the top of the WHA

July 26, 1971

AESOP IS THE OFFICIAL SCORER

In this fable of the National League batting race, top contenders are The Tortoise, Joe Torre of St. Louis, and The Hare, Willie Davis of Los ...

Oct. 28, 1974

Early follies on the ice

The NHL's five best teams glided into the season—and fell flat on their rinks, with even Bobby Orr indulging in a rare fit of pique

May 19, 1969

WHAT HAS GONE WRONG, JACK?

The golfers on the pro tour are not really lonesome for him, but Jack Nicklaus' rivals are wondering what went wrong. In the last two months he has earned only  ...

Nov. 01, 1971

A Bobby Boston doesn't own

And a good thing, too, because swift Bobby Sheehan, one of pro hockey's few Americans, is a crowd-drawing savior for the sorry Seals

July 18, 1966

How can Black Maxers lose?

The Pittsburgh Pirates have the league's four leading hitters, a rustic rookie pitcher and a bunch of flakes. And they may end up with the pennant

Dec. 10, 1973

LESSONS FROM THE OLD MASTERS

Opposing one another in a WHA game for the first time, NHL idols Gordie Howe and Bobbie Hull skated to a standoff but, in a display of ...