The Roughest Game of All – Strength Magazine – March, 1928

There he goes around back of his own goal-net cleverly skimming the puck before him with a long hockey club. As he goes he gains speed, and his legs begin to work faster and faster as he makes the run (or skate as it really is) from his own goal toward his opponents goal. Several of his own men follow or precede him, always ready to receive a pass. The opposing players all rush down to defend their goal and to get in front of this puck-carrier whose main thought is to duck, side-step, or bump his way through the entire six opposing players, and shoot a goal or, at least knock the goal tender cold in the attempt.

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