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Wayne Gretzky Interview 1980 Nineteen-year-old rookie sensation Wayne Gretzky is interviewed by Dave Hodge of Hockey Night in Canada. It was a postgame chat following an 8-5 Edmonton Oilers' victory in Toronto over the Maple Leafs on March 29, 1980. Gretzky had two goals and four assists in his team's victory. Gretzky displays experience and maturity beyond his years in answering Hodge's questions.
Tags: NHL  Wayne  Gretzky 
Added: 18th November 2008
Views: 1895
Posted By: Lava1964
Boston Bruins Early 1970s Scoring Stars The Boston Bruins were a formidable offensive force in the early 1970s. During the 1970-71 season, the team averaged an unheard of 5.1 goals per game. For the first time ever, the top four scorers in the NHL were all from the same team. Three of them were the members of this Bruins' line: Wayne Cashman, Phil Esposito and Ken Hodge. (Some fellow named Bobby Orr was the fourth.) The same foursome copped the top four scoring spots in 1973-74 too.
Tags: Boston  Bruins  Espositio  Hodge  Cashman 
Added: 28th January 2009
Views: 2640
Posted By: Lava1964
Russ Hodges on Whats My Line From October 7, 1962, longtime New York/San Francisco Giants radio announcer Russ Hodges appears on What's My Line. He is a regular contestant who signs in as "Mr. X." (Hodges made the most famous baseball call of all time when Bobby Thomson's homer won the 1951 NL pennant for the Giants.)
Tags: Russ  Hodges  baseball  WML 
Added: 6th December 2012
Views: 1401
Posted By: Lava1964
Dave Hodge Pen-Flipping Incident March 14, 1987 proved to be the final day that Canadian boadcaster Dave Hodge was associated with CBC's Hockey Night In Canada broadcasts. Earlier that same day, CBC had cut away from a crucial match at the Brier (the national men's curling championship--an important event on the sports calendar in Canada) in favor of news programming, irking many Canadians. Later that night on HNIC, CBC did it again--refusing to show the five-minute overtime period between Montreal and Philadelphia to the national audience because it would have preempted the news. As is evident in this clip, Hodge famously couldn't contain his disgust with the network that had employed him for 16 years.
Tags: Dave  Hodge  HNIC  hockey  CBC  television 
Added: 17th April 2013
Views: 2425
Posted By: Lava1964
1969 Mets Vitalis Commercial New York Mets' manager Gil Hodges lays down the law to his 1969 pitching staff: No grease in their hair. Use Vitalis! Look for brief glimpses of pitchers Jerry Koosman, Tom Seaver, Nolan Ryan and Gary Gentry.
Tags: MLB  New  York  Mets  Vitalis  commercial 
Added: 30th May 2013
Views: 2039
Posted By: Lava1964

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