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09-11-2012, 01:55 PM
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Originally Posted by overpass View Post
http://books.google.ca/books?id=Zx-9...ndford&f=false

In the interview with Sandford linked here he states that he retired in 1958 and took a job in Boston. It's not clear what he was doing in 1957, unless he misspoke and meant he retired in 1956.
Wikipedia says:

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For many years after his retirement, Sandford served in various off-ice capacities for the Bruins, as a goal judge, official scorer and eventually supervisor of off-ice officials. He became a curling enthusiast after his playing days [1] and was one of the players of the Bruins' first alumni team. [2]
He certainly was in a hurry to return to Boston after retiring, if nothing else

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