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Orr, WHA changed hockey in the '70s

Updated: January 24, 2002, 9:44 AM ET
By Bill Clement | Special to ESPN Classic

Bobby Orr's scoring changed the game. The "Broad Street Bullies" won two Cups. The Canadiens dynasty was reborn. ESPN hockey analyst and former "Broad Street Bully" Bill Clement gives his top memories of professional hockey in the 1970s.

10. FASHION STATEMENTS

In 1970-71, the rule making home teams wear white and road teams wear dark was passed, but there was still plenty of room for creativity. Because of expansion and the WHA, people were treated not only to different colors, ...

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