Ken Hodge

Ken Hodge

Kenneth Raymond Hodge, Sr. (born June 25, 1944) is a retired hockey player for the NHL Boston Bruins, Chicago Black Hawks and New York Rangers.

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1971–72 NHL Season - Playoffs - Semifinals - (E1) Boston Bruins Vs. (W3) St. Louis Blues
... Ed Westfall 4 (Bobby Orr) John MacKenzie pp - 1036 (Ken Hodge) Phil Esposito - 1842 First period Mike Murphy pp (Barclay Plager, Phil Roberto) Mike Walton (Wayne Cashman) Ken Hodge 4 - 628 (Fred ... Louis Blues The Checkerdome (Wayne Cashman, Ken Hodge) Phil Esposito 8 (Phil Esposito, Fred Stanfield) John Bucyk First period Terry Crisp (Chris Bordeleau) (Bobby Orr, Fred ...
1971–72 NHL Season - Playoffs - Quarterfinals - (E1) Boston Bruins Vs. (E4) Toronto Maple Leafs
... First period (Bobby Orr, Phil Esposito) Mike Walton Second period (Wayne Cashman, Ken Hodge Bobby Orr Third period Ed Johnston Goalie stats Bernie Parent April 9 Boston Bruins 5-4 Toronto Maple Leafs ...
1974 Stanley Cup Finals - The Series
... period 747 - Orest Kindrachuk (Joe Watson, Don Saleski) (Wayne Cashman, Ken Hodge) Bobby Orr, 2 - 1938 Third period 532 - Bobby Clarke, (Joe Watson, Simon Nolet) May 9 Boston Bruins 2-3 OT Philadelphia ...
Ken Hodge, Jr.
... Kenneth David Hodge, Jr ... He is best known as the son of former Bruins star Ken Hodge ... Hodge was selected by Minnesota in the third round (46th overall) of the 1984 NHL Entry Draft ...

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