Sport: Dominion Domination

Canada, the cradle of professional hockey talent, once again had drawn a bead on the National Hockey League crown. With the new season barely two weeks old, last year's Runner-Up Toronto Maple Leafs and Champion Montreal Canadiens were leading the league. Toronto was sitting pretty with six straight wins, one loss; Montreal had won four, lost two.

The talent yardstick showed Toronto stronger than last year. Dave ("Sweeney") Schriner had come out of retirement to score 19 goals and 16 assists in seven games and give the Maple Leafs' first line the lift it needed. Montreal, although it had lost veteran Center...

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