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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, April 7, W3 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Hangers go two up on Canadiens fine, win on Boston ice By THIS CANADIAN I'LIKSS Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens both broke with tradition Thursday night to provide unexpected develop- ments in the National Hockey League quarter-final playoffs featuring East Division finish- ers. At Boston, the Leafs broke a winloss habit that hail stretched back to 1563 by edging the Bruins 4-3 in overtime to even Uieir best-of-scvcn series at one victory each. In Nev; York, the Canadiens slumped to a 5-2 loss to the Bangers, marking the first time since 1032 that Montreal has lost more than one game lo New York in any one playoff scries. The two series move to To- ronto and Montreal for the third and fourth games Saturday and Sunday. "When you beat the Bruins In Boston, you're beating nne hel- luva hockey said King Clancy, Ihe jubilant Maple Leafs coach. The Thursday night loss, added to the 3-2 defeat in the )pener Wednesday, marked the first time the Canadiens lost two games in one playoff series to New York since 1932 when Hangers won a best-of-five semi-final 3-1. The Rangers, without all-star centre Jean Ralelle who is cut with an ankle injury, were ex- pected to have more (rouble against the Canadions and goalie Ker. Dryden who was the outstanding figure in Montreal's Boston last surprise win over year. Hod goals by Bill Fuirbairn and Walt Tkaczuk after allowing earlier scores by Dale Rolfe and Ron Stewart. Ted Irvine got the fifth Ranger goal into an empty net with left in the game. Claude Larosc and rookie Guy LaFleur scored for the Cana- But Dryden gave up tlu'rd-pe- Phil Esposilo and Fred Stan- field gave Boston a 2-0 first-pe- riod lead but the Bruins dropped their guard in the sec ond period and Dave Keon scored once and set Jin McKenny to put Toronto back in the game. Haivks. 'Stars ivin second Campbell gets into the act COULBM'T GO FURTV.P? ONE NIOHT FOR ACrWSE? IT'S BE LOVED1 T1 "Sci SOME FACES By THE CANADIAN PRESS Clarence Campbell, president of the National Hockey League, Thursday night gave Chicago Black Hawks reason to be un- out a three-goal performance by Frank St. Marseille of the Blues. It also gave North Stars that jig 2-0 bulge for the next two HAIHUSON GETS WINNKll The victory, on Jim Harri- son's goal at of the first sudden-death overtime period, ended .1 17-game Toronlo win- ]ess streak on Boston ice which had included (wo IOSFCS in the playoffs in 13G9 and Ihe 50 de- feat in the opener Wednesday Bight. Since their last win in Boston March 31, 19S8, I.eafs had also lost 16 regular season games and tied once. "Everybody said were going to get laced, lhal we going to get beat four games to said Clancy, "but 1 guess we showed 'em." "Now they're going to have the full of it going into To- said the 63-year-old coach. Boston coach Tom Johnson said a "general lapse" by his team allowed (he Toronlo vic- tory. At New York, Montreal cap tain Henri Richard said: "We tried hut we didn't have enough." TORONTO BOSTON 1 First Pel iod 1. 3 rAcKenriPl 3. Doctor 3 :Hcdge, OrrJ Perm ties _ Glennie. Harriscr. Hodpn Osun Harrisofi. ts posilo. Hodge qame rrnscwiduct S-'md Period 3, Toronto, Kca 1 1'23- 4 Toronlo. rAcKenny 1 (Keen 5. Boston. Bueyrc 1 McKenzl'J Ptn-ilfies Cash man Trollier minor, rniicondu. Third Pericd Toronlo. Trotter (Kpon) Penalties Glennie VBtinaii Overtime Torrj' to. Harrison 1 IJarrv) Penalfi' Shots on Toronlo 3--, Eoslon 1! YORK S MONTREAL I First Period 1. A'.onlrefll. Lane I CF J New Yor Rolfe 1 fMemr.owsH, Irvlnel Hew YorK 1 (Goyette, Roll Penattiel Hadlielil Ha Period 4 Montreal, roso 2 (Ricnard, Tardill P lleV _ llarptr Falrtalrn Harper, Sdther Third Pericrf i. New York, bairn I (Sslirno) 6. New Yo Tkaauk 1 (Falrbalrn) MM J. N York Irvine 1 fSlemkov.-skll Penalty Rolle Snols on goal Montreal New York........ Atlendanct something Pitts- burgh Penguins have been un- able lo do in the western divi- sion Stanley Cup playoffs, Campbell fined the club and imposed a further penalty of S500 on Hawk's left-winger Dennis Hull for using an illegal stick in their 3-2 victory over the Penguins. The gave Hawks a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven quart- er-finals, with the third and lourth games of Ihe series scheduled for Pittsburgh Satur- day and Sunday. In ttie other bracket, Minne- a North Stars also went ..-ad 2-0 by defeating St. Louis ucs G-5 in overtime. verbal exchange with awks' general manager mmy Ivan and coach Billy after the game, Camphell jectcd their claim thai the ttsburgh team had requested n inspection of Hull's stick dur- g the game. I-TICIAL CHECKED matches in St. Louis Saturday night and Sunday afternoon. Veteran Dean Prentice, who collected two goals for Minne- sota in the opener Wednesday, cashed the goal that sent the game into overtime Thursday. Jude Drouin, who assisted on the winning goal, scored one himself and added two more as- sisls to spark North Stars. Doug Mohns, Danny Grant and Jean Paul Parise were the other 31-year-old marksmen. St. Marseille, square Bullets By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York Knicks beat Baltt- Bullets 104-98 Thursday c. COUGAR MK-1V 3Va h.p. fold up handle bars, shodti front anrJ rear. SUZUKI TRAIL HOPPER 3 h.p., speedometer, horn ligfili, eTc. Complete motor cycle. .95 THIS IS THE BEST MINI-BIKE BUY IN S. AtBERTAl BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Avo. S. Phona 327-3221 Cloie.l Monrfny Open Pa'ly a.m. !o p.m. Thufiday and Friday a.rn lo p.m. OPEN A TOTAl Of 54'i HOURS A WEEK TO SERVE YOU Ttie league president said Wil- am van Deelen, supervisor of ficials for the west, measured He player's stick and found it ad an illegal curvature. The fines are automatic, ampbell said. He did not as- ess any further penalties gainst'ivan or Reay for chal- enging bis action. NHL referee-in-chiet Scotly lorrison announced two weeks go that officials would mea- ure all sticks before playoff games started to avoid delay in >lay. If they were found wani- ng, they had to be replaced bc- orc the opening face-off. Sticks belonging to Dean 'rcntice and Charlie Burns of Minnesota North Stars and janny O'Shea and .lack Eficrs >f SI. Louis Blues were nilcd il- cgnl prior to the opening game of their series Wednesday night. The Hawks have been able to win botli games to date without scoring assistance from their iO-goal star Bobby Hull, MARTIN CRTS THIRD Chris Bordeleau provided one goal and assisted on another Thursday, while. Pit Martin reg- istered his third of the series and Chico Maki got his first for Chicago. Bobby Leiter, who got the Penguins off to a fast start Wednesday, scored a power- play goal while Hawks were two meii short, and Jean Pronovost tallied once. I The Hawks at one point' seemed ready to make it a rout, hut goalie Jim Rutherford set- tled down lo a brilliant perform- ance for Pittsburgh to help keep them in the game until the final hell. Tony Esposilo, his counter- part in the Hawks' net, had to come up with a big save with three minutes left to prevent Eyl Apps from counting ttie tying goal. In sharp contrast to their opening game, the North Stars and Blues indulged in a free- wheeling affair. Minnesota won the first contest 3-0, but Thurs- day North Stars needed over- lime lo edge Ihe Blues on a goal by Bill Coitlsworthy. 'Goldsworthy converted a re- hound at of Ihe sudden- death overtime session to wash Horvalh fired lnr Knights LONDON, Ont. (CP) Bronco II o r v a t h was fired Thursday as coach of London Knights of the Ontario Hockey Association Junior A Series. The announcement was made by Howard Darwin, a club owner, Darwin Is also president of Ottawa 67s. Ted Power, former American liockey League player, was named to replace Horvalh. Horvath, memher of Boston's Uke line in the late 1950s, was Svolved in a player-fan brawl in Ottawa last week and had to he helped by police to the team dressing room. Darwin said he was unhappy with Horvalh's conduct bnlh on and off Ihe bench and "it's in Ihe best interests of the tc.'im that we replace him." squared their National Bas- ketball Association East series at two games each. Milwaukee Bucks won their series 4-1 by defeating Golden State Warriors 103-100. Canucks capture liampionsliip Jjabor Club Canucks made it a perfect season for them- selves as they captured the Ciiy Recreation Hockey League championship title Thursday night. The pennant winning Can- ucks dumped Purity Bottling 35 last night and took the best- of-five final playoff series three games fo one. Purity drew first blood in the the Canucks came back 'with ttiree straight wins to pick up the championship title. In last night's encounter, Ken Kramer rifled in three mar- kers to pace the Canucks wh.ile with Al Rowntrce chipped in two. Don Bruchet, Grant Harring- ton, Gerry Klinkhammer and Don Klinkhammer added sin- gles. Duanne llerbers, Garry kuski. Tom Yip, Mason Brown and Dave Ball notched a goal apiece to reply for Ihe Bottlers, wtio trailed 5-1 after the [irst In NBA action tonight, it's At- lanta vs. Boslon in a hest-of- seven semi-final series in Ihe West. They're tied 2-2. Milwaukee was fired by a third-quarter figtit between Lu- Allen and Fritz Williams. The Bucks had rallied from their third-quarter deficit lo within 79-78 when the battle broke out late in the period. Golden State was bringing the ball up in their backcourt with the Warriors' Williams and Allen maneuvering for position. Suddenly, Allen decked Wil- liams with a right and jumped on him as both benches cleared. Officials had nearly restored order at centre court when Wil liams struck Allen as the two stood near the sidelines. Wil Hams was ejected from the game and Allen left for stitch ing above his left eye, althougl he returned midway in th fourth quarter. Bob Dandrige scored 29 point and Karecm Abdul-Jabbar ha 23 for the Bucks, who open th Western Conference final against the Lakers in Los Ange- les Sunday. Tho Knicks losl a 16-poin lead, then rode clutch basket by Walt Frazier and Bill Brad ley to victory over Baltimore even their torrid series. In the American Baskelba Association, Virginia Squire heal the Floridinns 1S5-10B for four-game sweep on their East Division semi final. Denver Rockets beat Indiana Pacers 112-96 lo even (he West Division semi-final at two games each. right winger with 16 career layoff goals, got the first of his iree markers at of the irst period. He sank his second goal at Ihe wo-minule mark of the second >eriod and picked his third off joalie Cesare Maniago three and one-half minutes later. Gary linger and Phil Roberto completed the scoring for the osers. CHICAGO 3 PITTSBURGH 3 First Period 1. Chicago, (Jarretl, Pappinl 2. Chicane. Jordeleau 1. Penalties ShacK d "Period 3. Pittsburgh. Pro- novos! 1 [Edestrendl Penalties Kex.tall, Korotl rruVlors Fen- leyne lO'OO, Shack Third Period 4. Chlcaqo, Makl 1 Bordeleau) 5. Pills- burgh, Leiter son' Korab [Jestorenkc HocM. Korab Shots on qoal by Pittsburgh I 10 1J-JB Chkajc......... 13 10 12-35 Attendance le.444 MINNESOTA t ST. LOUIS 5 First PeriKi 1. Minnesota, r.V 1 (Drouln, Oliver) 2. SI. L SI Marseille 1 IRotwrlo. UnaeO 1 Penalties Unoflr Murphy Drouin Ollvpr Harris, Roberto Second Period 3. >t Louis, yt 3 CSabsurln, Egers) 4 Minnesota, Parise (Orouin, Oliver) 5. St. Louis, St. Marseille 3 (Fg. ers, Sabourin) 6. Minnesota, Granl 1 (Nevin, Hextsll) Penal- 5 Dupont Reid Marise Hornung B-arclBY Plager :39, Third Period 7. Mlnnesola, Drou- 1 CParlse, 8. Louis, Ungfir 1 (Roberto, Murphy) -J; 9- St. Louis, Roberto 1 (Unger) :59; 10. Minnesota. Prentice 3 (Oil- er, Reid) 11.32. Penalties tjone. First Overlim! Period 11. rY'inne- ita, Goldsworlhy 1 [Drouin, Reid) Penalties None. Shots on coal J. Louis U 17 Minnesota 11 12 J Attendance Krawclmk ordered out Commission opens WINNIPEG (CP) The com-, valo of Toronto. Chuvnln hers-Norm Coslnii. Ray Dorcy mission of inquiry into a contro-i knocked him out in the second ami Don Rimand-hiUT m< e- vorsir.1 Feb. 21 boxing card here round. maely suspended pa t a- opened Thursday with a Regina The Manitoba Boxing and panls m Hie card, then ic.-iyiul promoter explaining he knew little of the "fight game" and relied heavily on the word of a Toronto trainer as (o the capa- bilities of many participants. Jack Keller told the one-man commission he losl on ttie promotion and had never i seen several of the hoxers on Wrestling Commission gaine the card participate in actual bouts. Judge Benjamin Hewak was appointed by the Manitoba gov- ernment to investigate the four- fight card, which resulted in the death of Stewart Gray of To- ronto following a knockout by 1 the Canadian light heavyweight j champion, Al Sparks of Winni- peg- Heavyweight Jimmy Christo- pher of Detroit later told a Win- nipeg lawyer his life had been threatened unless he threw his light with Canadian heavy- weight champion George Chu All-sl ai shown in U.S. CALGARY fCP) The Ca- nadian Football League all-star game will be shown live in the United States on between B5 nnc. 100 telev i s i o n stations, match organizers announced Thursday. Also shown in Canada on the CTV network, the game starts at 6.30 p.m. MST June 28 in McMahon stadium, home of tho Grey Cup champion Calgary Slampeders. Ralmar Productions Is hand- ling the telecast in the U.S., said puhlic relations officer Ken Newans, and the compasy has indicated 70 stations have agreed to carry the game and others are expected to join. 'mem- i their posts ralhcr than accept request by Recreation Minister Larry Desjardins to revoke tho suspensions pending the out- come of the judicial inquiry. The suspensions were lilted by a newly-appointed commis- sion, At the outset of the Judge Hcwak ordered Barry Krawchuk, lawyer for the for- mer hoxing commission mem- hers, ejected from the lonin after persistent attempts to have the hearing postponed. Krawchuk argued the hearing should he postponed until an ap- plication by the former mem- bers to have the commission or the government declared re- sponsible for their legal expen- ses had been dealt with in a su- perior court. The application Is scheduled lo be heard today In Manitoba Court of QuCL'n's Bench. 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