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CAPTAIN MARVEL AND HIS TEAM CAPTAIN Rick Smith is now in his fourth season with the Chieftains and with just a few league games completed the unstoppable Canadian finds himself in familiar territory - top of the ELD1 scoring table. Indeed Rick is ELD1's leading all time forward, and not surprisingly as well as heading the Chieftains' own scoring table - some 300 points clear of second place Mark Mackie. Rick's form has bever been better and despite his quiet, reserved nature he is the ultimate showman when the puck comes his way. Scoring points is what Rick does best yet rarely does he celebrate his goes, indeed the brilliant import is rarely seen to raise a smile on the ice. The only time one is likely to see Rick break into a smile is when he makes one of his rare trips into the penalty box - even if it is an ironic smile. Rick is the kind of player that British ice hockey coaches would die for. Adde to his great scoring ability and all round hockey skills, Rick is also a model progessional collecting just 24 minutes in penalties in 126 Christains games up to the start of this season. Rick is also very much of a team player who would never complain if asked to double shift or even triple. As Rick would state: "Ice Hockey does not begin with an I , it because with a team." Off the ice Rick enjoys nothing more than beating his old mate Mike Bollingbroke at golf - computer golf that is - aided of course by a couple of beers. # First published in the second edition of the Blade.
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Howard William Morenz (June 21, 1902 – March 8, 1937) was a Canadian professional ice hockey player in the National Hockey League. He played for the Montreal Canadiens (in two stints), the Chicago Black Hawks, and the New York Rangers. Prior to joining the NHL, Morenz excelled in the Ontario Hockey Association. Once in the NHL, he became one of the most dominant players in the league. Morenz died from complications of a broken leg, an injury he suffered in a game.