41 Years Ago on WBZ

Howard Glazer hmglaz@att.net
Wed May 11 17:47:55 EDT 2011

The Dallas Stars, but not directly. The Seals moved to Cleveland and became the Barons, but failed to catch on. The NHL then folded the Barons into the Minnesota North Stars, who moved to Dallas years later. So, technically, the Seals' lineage disappeared with the Barons.


--- On Wed, 5/11/11, Paul Hopfgarten <paul@derrynh.net> wrote:

> From: Paul Hopfgarten <paul@derrynh.net>
> Subject: Re: 41 Years Ago on WBZ
> To: "Howard Glazer" <hmglaz@att.net>, "Boston Radio" <boston-radio-interest@lists.BostonRadio.org>
> Date: Wednesday, May 11, 2011, 4:50 PM
> Trivia Time...
> What current NHL Team is the descendant of the California
> Golden Seals?
> -Paul H
> -----Original Message----- From: Howard Glazer
> Sent: Wednesday, May 11, 2011 3:21 PM
> To: Boston Radio
> Subject: Re: 41 Years Ago on WBZ
> Bob Nelson wrote:
> > I was 8 in '70 and 10 in '72 when they won again.
> Never attended a
> > Bruins game but went to minor league hockey, the
> "Braves", at the
> > Garden.
> I won Braves tickets from Guy Mainella in October 1971 and
> still have the program from the game: Braves vs. Providence
> Reds. The Braves were coached by Bep Guidolin and had a few
> guys on the roster who went on to NHL careers, including
> Terry O'Reilly and goalie Dan Bouchard, who had many good
> seasons with the Flames after being taken in the expansion
> draft. The Reds were a California Golden Seals farm team; 40
> years later I don't recall much about any of the players on
> their roster except for goalie Marcel Paille, who was an
> ancient former Rangers goalie (from the early '60s) who was
> playing out the string in the AHL.
> Howard 

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