California Golden Seals
Radio Network Coverage Map
Circa 1974-75

Seals KEEN Coverage Map

A coverage map showing the area in which California Golden Seals men's professional hockey could be heard on the radio in Northern California. Presumed to date from the 1974-75 NHL season, stations on the Seals' radio network included flagship KEEN (1370 AM, San Jose), KSRO (1350 AM, Santa Rosa), KKIS (990 AM, Pittsburg-Concord) and KIDD (630 AM, Monterey).

The Seals entered the NHL as an expansion team in 1967, and were moved to Cleveland (as the Barons) following the 1975-76 season.

SOURCE: Len Shapiro Collection.

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