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06-19-2013, 12:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Greg02 View Post
How much was Howell's Norris season an anomaly?
Howell's defense was always rock-solid. He won the Norris in 1966-67 because he exploded offensively that year. He thanked Boom Boom Geoffrion for that.

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That year, I scored more goals than I ever had before. Part of the reason was that I was playing with Boomer [Geoffrion]. In the past, I had played with guys like Andy Bathgate and Rod Gilbert, who had big shots. I always fed them. But when I passed to Boomer, he'd send it back to me and say 'You shoot it'. It was funny, because Boomer was one of the first guys to use the slap shot a lot.

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