Talk:Scott Abbott

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But this person is not just hockey related. He co-invented Trivial Pursuit, was a sports journalist, and owned a golf course. ColtsScore 16:13, 21 May 2006 (UTC)

I don't think the link to Chris Haney is correct. It links to a page about a baseball player that mentions nothing about him being a photo editor for the Montreal Gazette.