CBS Evening News for Monday, May 17, 1982
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(Studio) New York Islanders reported winning Stanley Cup in hockey; significance of victory explained.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Vancouver, British Columbia) Issue of violence in hockey examined; scenes shown. Philadelphia Flyer Paul Holmgren shown hitting referee Andy van Hellemond; significance of event considered. Criticism by referees of National Hockey League's inaction against Holmgren discussed. [NHL president John ZIEGLER - defs. penalty.] Separate incidents involving player Terry O'Reilly, and referee Bob Hall described, shown. [HALL - is alarmed at increase in violence.] NHL, at referees insistence, said forming panel to discuss attacks on officials.
REPORTER: David Culhane
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