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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta April Mf WP THI LTTHMICGI HMAID Blues Edge Minnesota 2-1 Penguins Seem To Like Playoffs PAtDON ME Bmton Bruins' John McKenz'ie, right, his balance as New York Rangers goalie terry Sawchuk makes a save on McKenzio 'in third period of Both Down Tiro Games their National Hockey League playoff gamt at Boston Garden Thursday night. Wings. Rangers Head Home By THE CANADIAN PRESS Nick Hartaaruk is out Hat good performance in Stanley Cup playoffs can bring qjdck fame. The K-year-oJd rookie right winger nude his name well- known to Pittsburgh Penguins fans when he scored his second goal in is many nights Thurs- day to start his team on the way to a 3-1 win over Oakland Seals and a 2-0 lead in their uirtar-final playoff serfeo la Ue other National Hockey League West series, St Louis Blues took their second from Minnesota North Stan by 2-1 score. The Seals and Penguins move to Oakland lor the thud and forth games in the best-of seven series Saturday and Sun- day while the St. Louis-Minoe- sota 'encounter moves to the North Stars' home arena. Harbaruk, a Polish-born rookie who spent the five pre- vious seasons in the minor leagues, started his playof splash Wednesday when he scored the wincing goal in the Penguins 2-1 win. His secooc playoff goal, midway through the second period Thursday tied the game and goals b; Wafly Boyer and Dune McAllum put the game away. The Penguins, mating their first Stanley Cup playoff ap- pearance after finishing secont in the West Division thh season launched a 42-shot attack on Oakland goalie Gary Smith, who took out his frustrations by trip- ping a couple of Penguins. "When a goaltender gets frus rated because Ms team's be- nd he's got to do something xut it, and he's a big man can do Seals coach Ved Gtovwsaid. But Smith's attacks earned m two penalties and failed to ir up his team-mates who only 26 shots OB Penguins goalie ovtttc I Sit. MtntllU) Pmttta Ctifn GcrttM :J4. Crmt Pirtei-No icarlng. Rtid Robert! By THE CANADIAN PRESS The walls may be a little more familiar but Detroit Red Wings and New: York Rangers still have their backs up against them as they head home for the third and fourth games of their quarter-final Stanley Cup series. The Wings suffered their sec- snd 4-2 loss m as many nights the hands of the Black Bzwks in Chicago Thursday night and DOW return to Detroit for the next two gomes in their National Hockey League East Division playoff series Saturday and Sunday. The Rangers slowed the BCUUB down but ttifl took 5-3 loss at Boston. The Bruin whipped New York S-2 Wednes- day m the opening game of that series wfeicfa moves to New York, also for Saturday and Sunday games. But whDe the Wings and the Rangers may worry about fall- ing bebnd, Boston coach Harry Smden doesn't, as long as the disadvantage comes at the right time. The Bruins fell behind M and inden said he thought Ms large may have gope into the second game a bit over-confi- dent. "If that happens and you fall behind late in the game, it's not so good because by the time you wake up they may get another goal or two and then it's too Rustlers Fall Further Back Colin Eraser Injures MONTREAL M 11 11 Kris. CH1CACO 4 DCTIIOIT Rrst Dtirott, 2. Paraln t inoVr) M'-a. Roift V.lkitl SKond Pfflod-i Chluvo, R. Hull :33. Ptniltla White Mrri :3, Biun WMtt Th'rd Exlrort, IStrmkcwskl, OM) J. Chlogo Vjrtln 2 (Finder) 6. Cr------ Hull'] WMtt: KorcJII .____ MKGreger SMi M kr Demit............ II II I- 14 It-: Attendance H.Mi. OAKLAND 1 First OMUnd, Jlrrttt (Vadnah, Penilriea Marshal l-.SI. Pntt .'irrelt PITHburgh. baruk t [Schock, Wovtowkh) 3. PitbbcrgH, Beyer J [Fcnteyne Penalties Roberts Smtlti (served by O'Dorwriut) Third McCl lum 1 (Schock) Ha baruk, VMnaH f.S, Blackburn g. smith Ixntt Vf Fcrgwcn) Pri Attmdv.ce lasting Wins CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) Ralph Hulton, a Colorado tudent from Ocean uiished seventh in the 500-yart! Thursday night is Arnerican Amateur Athletic Jnion indoor short-course iwim- ming championships. Button, shimming for FootiiJl Aquatic Club of Los Altos, Calif., was timed in four min- utes 41.96 seconds. John KinseUa, a high school senior from Hinsdale, 111., won he event in an U.S. record time of Robert Hasting Jr., of Leth- jridge, Alia.-, representing Yato UniverVity, took the consolation finals in the loij-yard.butterfly in 5L51 seconds. JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES IETHMIDGI For Estimate! JACK FUIUR 328-2515 MAKE YOUR MOVE NOW! WILL GET HOTTER Both 'coaches agreed that the wye to New York woold make the going tougher for the Bruins who never won a regular-season road game against an East Di- vision opponent until they whipped Toronto Maple Leafs in the second-last contest game, potting him in a tie for the record with goalie -tea Ban of St, Louis MARTIN STILL HOT Pit Martin, me of Qacago'i 4iiajest performers fa their late run tat UK division champi- onship, scored to break a M tie and lifted the Hawks past me Wings. Dennis HuD scored the clincher with less tfau.two mkh ntei runaiiing in the game be- fore a miwl of Abo for toe second right m I row, the Hawks allowed, the Wings the first god with Pete Stemkowski scoring on Tony Es- posilo midway through the opening period with Detroit'! Gordie Howe fan the paalty box. But Jim Papu'i got! a mfantc later Ued tie game an) Bobby HuU gored UK orty goal m the second period to put the Hawkt ki front. Bruce MacGttgar's tying mil at of tte third period the stage for the Harkt come- back on Martk'i pvwer play score. Goalie Roy .Edwards again had busy night, hoUmg off a Chicago attack while the Red bad trio posifo's nets. Good Used Cars Our Car Lot Get the Best Deal Now On Is We Need Empty FACTORY-FRESH 1970 MODELS A LARGE SELECTION OF ALL MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM. 1970 COMPANY DEMONSTRATORS WE'VE JUST MADE OUR SPRING CHANGE-OVER Of COMPANY-OWNED CARS AND DEMONSTRATORS SAVE NOW! Wl NEED WICKS BENT'S f Surgery For No Gimmkks No Ghre-Awoys Just Good Honest Values! Putting you FIRST Kotpt us FIRST STANFORD, Calif. (AP> Surgeons at Stanford' Medical Centre Thursday reconnected a severed artery in the right-hand ring finger' of Atlanta Braves' pitcher Cecil Upshaw. A spokesman for the centre said remits of the three-hour cpentioB woold not be known for six or seven days. Names of the surgeons were not disclosed. Upshaw, 6-foot-e right-handed reliever who wed 27 and had a 6-4 record last sea- son, was flown to Stanford from San Diego, where he was in- jured In a freak accident Wednesday night. A spokesman for the National League team said Upebaw and tetmmatei were walking along a street after Wednetday night's defeat of the Padres when Up- shaw leaped up to demonstrate how he used to dunk basketi when ptaymi BEN CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE MOTORS INSURANCE CORPORATION. Supermarket Car Lot- 2nd Ave. and 9th Street S. Phone 327-3141 ;