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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta UTHMIDQE AprH EXPLORE CANADA IN 74 Mvra by hie, at Ak i or Weetam Yukon and H.W.t. MoriMMtoii end bapfcUife contact. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village MMM 32I-3H1 The Herald Sports Morrison, Citnwre four goals Kings clinch third in west race By THE CANADIAN PRESS If anyone felt Wednesday light's National Hockey ,eague game between Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens was one if those nothing games, he nay well have been wrong. getting too close to the said Toronto coach Red Kelly after his club downed Montreal 5-3. "Both teams want to stay sharp. It's important. You can't turn it on and off like a tap. "They know that next week everything's on the line. They know that they can be out in five days." While the Leafs were busy defeating Montreal for the third time in five meetings this season. Los Angeles ANDY CAPP MUW.'JUSTAS I THOUGHT V6R MITTS IT'S TlMEflOMPftJDY TAUGHT YOU, A LESSON-AN' X'AA KID TO DO I TAKE NO NOTICE. KNOWS WELL I'M AN' I CAN'T RISK ME HANtJ Minor hockey Roland Makarenko scored the only- goal and Lome Kichendorf earned the shutout us the Raiders blanked the Nuggets 1-0 in Bantam B playoff action. In a Bantam A encounter Hoyd Blair's overtime goal gave the Maroons a 3-2 win over the Islanders. Darren Ramage and Ross Mitchell counted singles for the winners while Ralph Smulders and Duane Ptycia replied for the Islanders. Kim Torfason gave the Comets a 1-0 first period lead in Midget action but the Eskimos roared back with four straight markers to trip the Comets 4-1. Keith Johnson, with a pair. PLAN TO ATTEND 1st. ANNUAL LIONS CLUB GUN HOBBY SHOW APRIL 5th and 6th At The 4-H BUILDING Lethbridge Exhibition Grounds Friday 6 P.M. to 11 P.M. Saturday 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. Adults: Children Under 12 with ParenU Family Plan (Show Approved by The Albert! A'Cartridge Collector i Ann.) and Darryl Mock and Bruc.e Bevan, with one each, led the Eskimos. The Lethbridge Canucks edged the Fort Macleod Rangers 7-6 and captured the 1973-74 Pee Wee "A" championship title Wednesday night. David Karbashewski fired in three goals for the Canucks who trailed 5-2 after the first period while teammates Jon McFadden, Lonnie Kucheran, Chris Sparrow and Robert Shaw added singles. Doran Kunz scored two goals for the Rangers and singles went to Owen Gervais, John Van Sluys and Dave Vlielander. Meanwhile the Bears walked away with the Pee Wee "B" division title by blasting the Bisons 7-3 last night. Rick Gal paced the Bears' attack with four goals while Perry Osberg. Darren Kovacs and Jamie Szucs chipped in with a goal each. Darren Dyre, Roy Husch and Jeff Moltz replied for the tticr, ns. Kings clinched thiid spot in the NHL's West Division with a 4-2 win over fourth-place Atlanti Flames. In other action, Chicago Black Hawks came from behind to wallop Boston Bruins 6-2, New York Rangers Havlicek was just too much By THE CANADIAN PRESS Buffalo Braves were over- whelmed by a volcanic John Haylicek of Boston, while Kentucky Colonels and Carolina Cougars both were stopped by a tornado. Havlicek, Boston's leading scorer, scored 43 points Wednesday night as the Celtics beat Buffalo 120-107 and took a 2-1 lead over the Braves in their National Basketball Association Eastern Conference best-of- seven semi-final playoff series. Meanwhile, the Colonels and Cougars, scheduled to play the second game of their American Basketball Association East Division semi-final playoff series at Louisville, Ky., never got on the court because of a tornado which ripped holes in the roof of Freedom Hall and caused an estimated million in damages. In other ABA playoff games, West Division semi- finals. San Antonio Spurs outfought Indiana Pacers 115- 96 for a 2-1 lead over the defending champions, and San Diego Conquistadors edged Utah 97-96. cutting the Stars' lead to 2-1. In the NBA playoffs, Mil- waukee Bucks take a 2-1 lead against Lakers at Los Angeles tonight. Havlicek struck early against the Braves, destroying Buffalo with 12 points in the first quarter when the Celtics roared to a resounding 39-22 lead. Dave Cowens fired in 13 points for1 the Celtics in the opening period and Don Chaney had 10. ANOTHER MARK GONE MOSCOW (CP) Tatyana Averina of the Soviet Union ;shattered another world speedskating record Tuesday when she clocked the metres in one minute 26.40 seconds, trimming nine tenths of a second off the women's mark held by American Ann Hennine." See. me light. Wiser's Northern Light One of the smoothest whiskies ever blended in Canada. downed Detroit Red Wings 5-3 and Vancouver Canucks defeated California Golden Seals 4-1. Third-period goals by Garry Monahan, Ron Ellis and Inge Hammarstrom erased a 3-2 Montreal lead and carried the Leafs to victory. "We've been down and we've been coming said Kelly. "We were down two or three times Saturday and we came back and we were down Sunday in New York and we came back and we were soen tonight and came back. "All out guys are giving. They're giving all the time. "Why did we win tonight? We outscored them by two goals. George Morrison of Minnesota Fighting Saints and Tom Gilmore of Edmonton Oilers of the World Hockey Association have a few things in common. Each played his last amateur hockey with Denver University, each is a left winger and each scored four goals to lead their teams to victories Wednesday night. Morrison's effort, in Min- nesota's 9-0 triumph over Van- couver Blazers, was the more spectacular, however, as he rapped in three of his four markers in 43 seconds to establish a WHA record. The professional hockey record for the three fastest goals is held by Bill Mosienko, who scored his in 21 seconds while playing for Chicago Black Hawks in a game against New York Rangers in the 1951-52 National Hockey League season. It was the first time Morri- son, a Toronto native, ever scored more than two goals in a 'game in his four-year professional career that included two seasons in the NHL with St. Louis Blues. BEAT JETS Gilmore's goals were against Winnipeg Jets, who lost 6-5 in overtime and forfeited their last chance to tie the Oilers for third place in points in the Western Division. In the only other game Wednesday, Chicago Cougars were relegated to position in the East when they lost 3-1 to Houston Aeros. They will meet New England Whalers in the first round of the playoffs. Toronto Toros will oppose Cleveland Crusaders. The WHA schedule ends tonight when the Jets visit the Blazers and New Jersey Knights travel to Los Angeles for a game with the Sharks. Neither game will have a bearing on the standing. Gilmore, a native of Flin Flon, Man., has never scored three goals in a game in his professional career. Last sea- son, he had 17 goals and 18 as- sists in 70 .games with the Sharks. Frank Hughes' 41st and 42nd goals of the season paced the Aeros' attack against the Cou- gars. Mark Howe got the other goal for the 38th of the campaign. LETNMtME OfflCE FUMtTUK ITI. TMt fin Phoiw 1M-7411 ADDING MACHINES on Wayne Bowes, left and Bob Daku will be just two of the favorites in the annual YMCA racquetball tournament which gets underway today. Bowes is the top seeded player in Lethbridge and defending champion. Summaries of NHL action CHICAGO 8, BOSTON 2 First period No scoring Penalties While I 00. Doak 7 59. Jarretl 18 52 Second period t Boston. Edeslrand 3 (Savard. O'Reilly) 8-55: 2 Boston. Cashman 2R Esposilo) 18 54 Penalty Orr Third period 3 Chicago. Martin 29 (Redmond. Hull) 0-24. 4 Chicago. Martin HO (Redmond. Hull) 041. 5 Chicago. Gagnon 10 (Mikila) 6 Chicago. Jarrett 5 (Mikita. Koroll) 7 06. 7 Chicago. Bordeleau 9 (Mikila. Gaqnon) 11 56, 8 Chicago. Frig 4 (Gaonon) 1R ns Penalty Brooks served by Schmaul? 2 57. Shott on goal by Boalon 12 6 Chicago B 13 16.666 TORONTO 5, MONTREAL 3 Pint period 1 Montreal. F Mahnvhch 27 (Lafleur. Lemaire) 16'03 Penalties Turnbull 1309. McKcnny 14 59 Second period Toronto.. McKenny 14 (Sillier) 3 Montreal. Lemaire 28 (Lefley) 16 05. 4 Toronto. Dupere t (Hammarstrom. Salming) 19 59 Penalties Monahan. P Mahovlich minors, majors 11 44 Third period 5 Montreal. F Mahovlich 28. 7 35. 6 Toronto. Monahsn 9 (Keon. Salming) 7 Toronto. Ellis 22 (Keon. Monahan) 1343: 8 Toronto. Hamrnarstrom 20 (Thompson) 164? Penalties None Shott on goal by Toronto 7 8 Montreal 17 8 Attendance 16.772 N.V. RANGERS 5. DETROIT 3 Hrat period 1 Detroit. Jarry 16 (Roberts) 9 23. 2 NY Rangers. Fairbairn 16 (Park. 14 24 Penalties Hughes 1 19 Selling Park I ibet't 18-28 Second period 3 NY Rangers. RateMe 26 (Park. Gilbert) 4. NY Rangers. Gilbert 32. Penalties Redmond Rolfe Third period 5 Detroit. Jarry 17 (Berenson. Boucha) 6 Detroit. Libett 22 (Redmond. Watson) 7 NY Rangers. Gilbert 33 (Hadfield. Park) 8 NY Rangers. Fairbairn 17 (Park. Tkaczuk) Penalty Libeii on goal by Detroit 9 6 New York 4 10 Attendance 17.500 LOS ANGELES 4. ATLANTA 2 First Period 1 Los Angeles. Goring 27 (Corrigan. Murdoch) 1053 Los Angeles. Widing 23 (Berry. Kozak) 1148 Penalties Mmpliy. OuimiO 14. Murray 4 41.Hexlalir, M. Murdoch .14 59 Second Period 3 Atlania. Lysiak 17 (Qiiinn) 029. 4 Atlanta. leilei 26 (lysiak. Richard! 356 Penalties Deadmarch. major. misconduct, game misconduct. Can major 1 Kannegiesser 3 45. Npvin 849. Richard 14 35 Third Period 5 Los Anqnlps. Can 7 (Murphy. SI Marseille) R SB. 6 Ins Anqp.lPK. 18 (Beny. Widinql 18 20 Penalties rump Shoti on goal by Atlanta 8 18 Attendance 11.519 7-31 VANCOUVER 4. CALIFORNIA 1 Firal Period 1 Vancouver. Innnahill 7 (Oddleifson) I? 08. V Vancouver. Odrilrilson 13. 3 Vancouver. Bnnilrias If-i fCJailey. I over) 1.7 34: 4 California. Giavps I 1 ir.hnkes. Dokliiev) 18 18 Penalties 7 in Second Period r' Vancouver Vpivpiqaeil ?4 IRoudrins, I evpi) F'pnallips Mutiny I fiR. I pmipiix ri Dailpy 1347. John slnn If: fir. Piatl Ifi 4? Third Period Ni- sconnq I'nnaltios Hoiltly niiniii. n.mcnndiirl 4 MrC.oid t TJ 1-1 (14. I pni-h. McCiuil 1R Mnnay HI4r> on goal by Vancouver 12 11 California IS 13 AllpiMlanco A'llVi ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL Boston Montreal Rangers Toronto Buffalo Detroit Vancouver Islanders Phila Chicago Los Ana. Atlanta SI Louis Minnesota Pills Calilor Eaat Diviaion W L T F A 51 16 9 341 211 9 283 232 14 291 239 1fi 267 223 I? 234 24 1 10 243 309 11 210 283 18 178 241 Pit 44 23 9 283 232 97 39 23 14 291 239 92 34 26 16 267 ?23 84 31 32 I 234 241 -28 38 10 243 309 66 23 42 II 2in 283 57 18 40 18 178 241 54 Waal Diviaion W L T F A 48 15 12 262 156 108 39 14 23 259 157 101 32 32 12 220 225 76 28 34 14 204 233 70 26 38 12 201 236 B4 23 36 17 231 263 63 26 40 9 ?29 264 61 13 54 10 191 338 36 HOCKEY SCORES Nalion.'il Iniftnlfi 5 Monlrpnl NY Mangers T> FlPtmil 3 fi Flfisioi; I (m 4 Atlnnta 2 4 (California 1 World i 0 SCORING LEADERS Fsposilo. B Orr. B Hodge. B Pgh Clarke. Pha WORLD GAP 67 74 141 30 86 M6 49 54 103 24 61 85 35 48 83 Eaat Oivialon W L T F A Pta N England 43 31 4 291 260 90 Toronto 41 33 '4 304 272 86 Cleveland 37 32 9 266 264 83 Chicago 38 35 5 271 273 81 Quebec 38'36 4 306 280 80 New Jersey 32 41 4 264 307 68 Diviaion W L T F A Pta Houston 48 25 5 318 219 101 Minn 44 32 2 332 275 90 Edmonton 38 37 3 268 269 79 Winnipeg 34 38 5 262 292 73 Vancouver 26 SO 1 274 343 53 LOs Ang 24 53 0 233 335 ;