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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, April 10, 1972 THE 1.ETHBRIDGE HERAID 11 Penguins scul packing, Bines knot series And suddenly it is MIXED DOUBLES ACTION Marv Kilchner and Gerri Noble (near side of net) had (heir hands full in tlie mixed doubles wilh Joe Forrayi and Donna Kearnej in 1hc City open bodminlon tourney on Ihe weekend, forrayl and Kcarnes won Ihs lille 10-15, 15-9 and 15-7. Davit's bcsls went to Leonard Pepper of Fer- nie in Ihe men's singles and George Davies and Bud Dur- gcss. or in Uie men's doubles. The pairing of Tnny Kovac and Irene Karia won the mixed doubles while Hhea and Beck Centennials Joe Forrayi and young Shar- on Dnvips of LeUibridge LoppiMl Ihe field o[ individuals as Ihc City open badminton Imimn- menl staged Sunday at the Cmc Centre. Forrayi bcslcd Dsrcy dim- mer of Fnrt Maclcod 17-15 and 15-9 in tlie final. Miss Davies, on Ihe other hand, defeated last year's winner Monica Lemiec- zcwskl, in Ihe final. Mis Davies, aflcr a first game 11-6 setback, came back for wins of 12-1L and In retaining his men's tillc Forrayi advanced against Zimmer with a semi-final win over Tony Kovac of Zimmer gained a final berth belting Marv Kirchner. Rick Furakawa and Hobort Laing combined lo best T.onard Pepper and Donald Serck of Kenne in the men's doubles. Tlie hvo Community College stars won 15-12 and 1.V10. In Ihe Hie playoffs uon hvo semi-final the winners won out games in n row and none could over Fon-ayi and Martyna do any better. of Lelhljridge. Tho other semi- The pattern continued Sunday finalists were Kirchener nnd njghl as Saskatoon Blades, who Kovac. Miss Dnvh'S and Irene Knria of Fort MacIeoO won the wom- en's consolation doubles. Torty-cight players took part in the one-day event including players from Ihe host Lelh- bridge club, Fort Macleod, Fer- nie. Medicine Hat, Iron Springs, I.oraond and Taber. Dy THE CANADIAN PRESS I uled for Calgary Wednesday Nobody seems nble to gel much of a winning slreok going in lho hest-of-seven quarter-fi- nals of the Western Canada Hockey League. Seven of tlie eight teams In needed only a lie at home for victory in tlrcir series, lost 6-1 lo won the women's doubles wilh Brandon Wheat Kings, tying l_ 15-6 and 15-7 wins over Miss Eastern Division playoffs Lcmieczewski and Debbie Bare- at 3.3, vilh one game tied. j Calgary Centennials downed night and the eighth, if needed, in Medicine Hat on Friday. Al Flin Flon, (lien Toner scored (he lone Hegina goal Inte in Ihe first period but Al lUllicr replied for FHn Flon wilh less than a minute remaining in Ihe scconrl. Hefjina had a great scoring opportunity in the third period with a three-on-one break but Roger Svvanson, who faced 25 shots on the Romlier net, han- dled [he drive casilv. By THE CANADIAN TRESS Chicago Black Hawks relied on Ihcir heavy artillery Sunday night lo triumph 6-5 iu overtime against Pittsburgh Penguins and become the first national Hockey League team lo ad- vance to Uie Stanley Cup semi- finals. Victory gave the Hawks a four-game sweep in the best-of- seven West Division series and shot them Inlo (he semi-final round for Ihe 20th time in their history. Chicago laid the groundwork Saturday night with a 241 shutout al Pittsburgh. Earlier Sunday, SI. Louis Blues, playing on home Ice be- fore fans and a television audience, upset Minnesota N'orlli .Stars 3-2 lo lie Iheir se- ries 2-2. The Blues won Satur- day night 2-1 alter losing the firsl two games in Minnesota. The Black Hawks now the winner of Ihe New York- Montreal series in the Kasl Di- vision, while the Blues prepare lo return to Minnesota for fiflh gamp TiK'sdny night. The Mxtli match is scheduled for SI. f.ouis on Thursday. GOAUS SFOTS ItlCCORD Centre Pit Marlin was cred- ited with the winning goal for Chicago, 12 seconds into over- set a record for the fastest goal, previously held by Ted Irvine of Los Angeles. Irvine scored ol Ihe 19-second mark on April 2, 19C9, lo give the Kings a 5-4 victory over Oakland and Los Angeles won Ihat hest-of-scven quarter-final Mailin's goal was slightly tainted, however. The puck got aivay from him and lipped into the net off the skate of defence- man Tim Korlon. "I guess you'd say it was just a matter of seconds and said Pittsburgh coach Tied Kelly. Chicago's Bobby Hull, score- less in three previous games, set tlie pace for the Hawks with three goals. Brother Dennis added one and Jim Pappin pro- duced the other. Ken Schinkel. who hart been benched by Kelly Saturday Jor indifferent play, scored twice for Penguins, while Syl Apps, Ron Schock and Bob Lelter each counted once. Letter's goal, his third of the scries, tied the game with only lefl In regulation time. SISTS UP GOALS In Saturday's contest, Bobby Hull set up both Chicago goals, one by Chris Uordeleau and the other by Stan Mikita, while Gary Smith blocked 31 Pitts- burgh shots to gaio the shutout. The St. Louis triumph Sunday sparked the firsl controversy o the current playoffs. Wren Blair, Minnesota gen. eral manager, said after the game lie would demand re- jnoval of a goal judge from the series. fllair's protest resulted from an apparent North Stars' goal in the second period by J. P. Pari- se who blazetl a shot from the wo'ild uphold Parlsc's nppeal'to officiate the rcTiKuiiinr; prime for a goal. in Kt Louis lllr.ir s.M.i. L_ ,..j ii.. NHL oilicjulini: "upiim.Hoi slot Ihat staggered Blues' goalie Caron. Caron caught Ihe shot, huh' dropped the puck and sat on ill lu; "T" I L'dvari counlrrH Blair's wliile sliding backward into Ihe l'arc11 implied charge of partisanship net. on the part of Miller pr.iuliiu; Neither referee John Ashley! "I'm going lo demand that mil m-jdre it nor goal judge Dutch Miller; Hat goal judge not be allowed l.cs Angeles. Next games in. Boston, Elimination faces Leafs, By THE CANADIAN' PHF.SS Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadians hung on Ihe verge of eliminalion from the Stanley Cup playoffs loilny will] little indication from either club that a reversal of their fortunes is likely. Boston Bruins dumped Ihe Leafs 2-0 Saturday and 5-1 Sun- day while Ihe Canaiiienb edged New York Rangers 2-1 Saturday only lo r.uccutnb by a score Sunday night. That puts Ihe Bruins and Rangers in front by 3-1 margins in the two best-of-seven quart- er-final scries involving Na- ional Hockey League East Divi- sion finishers with Ihe fifth jame in each series sgt for Uas- .on and New York respectively I'nesday nighl. Leaf coacli King Clancy seemed bewildered Sunday nighl after Ihe Leafs were swamped iu a third-period comeback by (he Bruins who showed no sign of any o! the nu- merous Injuries they were re- ported to have at the starl of he series. Among the Bruins casualties reported last week were Phil Rsposito and Bobby Orr with knee injuries. "Somebody said before lhal Ihey were said Clancy. "If they're hurting, you'll have lo show me. "And If that Orr Is Injured Ihen I'm a said the GD-ycar-old Irishman. Tlie same note of bewildcr- t..... Munro quits CAI.GAHY (CT) Srnlly Munro, the major lini'kcr cnlry in llio IVnrlil Hockey Association. today announced lie is Ir.iviny llic AIu urn, in an interview, snifl hn had dr'.-idcd to Iriivo the Calgary H runes organun- Uon heeaiisc lin ivrmls lo con- centrate on junior hockey. "I feel junior hockey is my sairt Munro who Is man- ager of Calgary Centennials of Ihe Wcslcru Cannila Hock- ey League. Munro said a meeting o( llic WIIA is scheduler! In Clii- cago this week Inil lie nnL attend. Soon after, Bill Uoswcll ami Orest Hershick, ollirr mem- bers of Lrie Broncs organiza- tion, announced they were withdrawing. Hcrshirk said Broncos were "undcrlinancrd from the Einning" ami added hr was convinced (lie (rain never gel oil tlie ground. mcnt came from Canadiens dc-' fonccrnan Terry Harper scored early in the third pcriorf ;U Montreal [o Lie Ihc game at "I (bought we would come on like nai'B-hListcrs aucr vo il said Harppr. "Uul for some reason v-cnl flril jitter lying il up. liic big comeback, kiuitiod (he count and then went dead." Pclc Stcmkowski scored the I winner at of the final pe- riod and Ted Irvine clinched il for New York wilh an cniply-nel gonl in Ihe last- inimilc, However, despite taking two-1 game leads, neither Boston nor York were in an over-con- j ficlcnt mood. i have a game with them said New York coach and pejiural manager Einilr Francis, ''V.'o'll just wait and fee. "I'll tell you, there were a couple of tired hockey clubs out on (hat ice tonight. But I think Vie got stronger especially after the id-minute And at Toronto, wingmr Ken Hodge admitted it was a couple of lucky breaks thai contribulcd to his two goals winch led Ihc Rruins third-period comeback. "Breaks, that's what we had fioir-s for said Hodge, add- ing that the Boston team was surprised at how toiifih the Leafs have been in the scries. ncix-r them Lo conm up vilh the effort they have In tlie pleiyoffs. Thcy'rn ycUing ftouil lor one thing and the dcTcnci' Ijccn up ;it (lie hkxliiip. and [Dicing us, (o mnU1 [lie from P.uI in nn both his and said Ihat llu- first, early in tin- tnird pcrind. v.enl nff his knci'. r.r.d tht1 secoii'I, thr '.UNIUT, went into Hit1 nel i.Cf v.illi fnurlli nl the Tvldie accounted for ilic- otlirr Johnny Hunk hud rnil (ho PLIIJLIS in rrout in the first pe- riod but Dave Keon, linn Kills atid .liin MuKt-nuy scrtrcd [nr n 3-1 Toronto anrl Ilon- ck'rson made il utter Hodge's first Dallas pi nu The defending Alberta Senior "B" Men's I'n.s'hall rh'impi- ons will hold an imporlnn' mrr-t- irp tonipht. Anyone interested !u with the Cowboys this season Is asked In he in Httnidanca The niccllng will undrr way at 7 p.m. at ths Miners' Librarv. No one gives you ine mixed riouolcs went to the twosome of Fornyi nnd Donna K earns after they stopped Kirclmer and Gerri Noble in the final 10-15, 15-9 ami 15-7. Forrayj and Kcarns downed Walker and Lemific-zewski. Kirchner and Nohle ousted Martyna and Daroham. In consolation plav Hal Tiycrs 11-3 lo lake a J-2 lead in lliciv Wcslem Division series with one tied. Regina Pals, (lie only team without Hvo playoffs wins to its credit, skated to a 1-1 lie with Flin Flon Bombers. This gave Flin Flon a 2-1 lead in the scries wilh one Rame tied. The eighth of Ihc Wheat Kings-Blades series is scheduled for Brandon Wednesday nighl. Brandon forced Ibis contest by scoring two goals in each period and by gelling outstanding fioal-lending from Dave McLelland made 40 saves. At Medicine Hat, Lhe Tigers oulshoL the Cenlcnnials 52-36 but Calgary got outstanding goal-tending from John Davidson. Doug Ilorbul scored three goals to lead Calgary, v.hile Jerry Holland added a pair with single goals from Bob Nyslrom, Brian Walker, Ron Homomike, Huss Wcichmk. Derek Black and Pan Garc. Slan Weir got two for Medicine Hat and Jeff Ablcll got one. The seventh game is SUNDAY NEVJ YORK MONTREAL 4 Firsr pcricd 1. Now Ynrk, Fair-bairn 3 (RmjsieBU, Park) 3 NEW York, Rousseau 1 (Rolfe) 3. Montreal, Lem-iire 1 (1 alleur, Tar-rJm llr2I; J. New York. Rousseau 1 Neils wi) 5. r-'.on-1roal, larctif 7 (Lalleurl Ifl'li: L. Ne.V Ycrk, Hadlield 3 Falr-halrn) P ma Hies P. Mahov-Second' Period 7. Montrpal, Cour. Tinyrr 1 (F. Trembifly) Perallles Rolfe Savard Third Psrlcd lUoiMranl, Harner 1 [Lapofrtp, Richard) 9. Ycu-X, Slcmkov.'ski I, ID. New-York, Irvine 2 (Meiiswi) Ponal-lios Fairhairn, Taj-dif minors, TkacJuk game misconduct Salher, Shots on goal by Hew York 8 5 Jf WonlrMl IS 7 11-3) BOSTOM 1 TORONTO 4 Flnf pcrfod 1. Bcslon, Bucyk 3 iVAcKeniie, VacfnaiM 7, Tcron-to, Keon 2, 17.-J5. Penalties Vsd-r.iis Pc-lyk 5- JO, Baun, Pelyk, Cashman, Hodge Hole a 13: 3i, Harriion Glennlc, Cashman, 1? 54. Second Period 3 RlHi 1 (Henrierson, Ullman) J, Trrw.lo, r.on mlstcnduc' Kchce i: :7, f.'cKsnny Bucyk PelyK 14'17. Third Period 3. BoMon, Hodqe 1 fEsoosilo, Orr) 6 Toronlo. Henderson 1 (Ullman, Fills) 7. 1 [Sanderson, Orr) 8. DoMon, Esnosiio J (Orr. Hodae) 9. Doslcn, Hodoe 7 6 1i. Shals on goal by Sosion 1310 31 Tcronfa ]J U CHICAGO PIT7SBJBGH K. O'Shea 1 (R. Plagcr) Penal-lips O'Brien K. O'Shea Harris St. Marseille Third Period 5. Sf. Louis B. Pla-ger (Roberto, Unqer) Penal-lies Plager Hextall B. Plagcr O'Brien Dupcnl HexLill Shots on goal by Mi'nneiola 1" 11 30 Staub checks in with Mets NEW YORK (AP) Slaub, (he newest of Ihe Now York Mots, checked Into Shea Eladium Saturday carrying his artillery, The star outfielder, obtained last week from Montreal Expos for (hrce players, had I h r e c doien bals with him. "I buy all my bats during the winter bcamse it's toii-ih tti jiet the kind of bill you want on short notice dining Ihe baseball said (be rcdbair-ed 17.574. SATURDAY BOSTON a TORONTO 0 Flrsl Period }la actvlno. Penal' lies Sanderson Cashman, Harrison Cashman Ellis B-17, PelyX Vfldnals Ullman Second Period 1. Dojlon, Welfon 1 (Orr, FsposHo) Renames Hedge Trotfler Vadnals, Ley 13' 56, Smith Si'ller 18: i3, Awrey Third Period 3. Boston, Orr 1 (Csshman) Penalties Trotllcr Walton Henderson Awrey Shoii on coal by Bosion 7 U Teronlo f 11 AHcndance MONTREAL NEW YORK i Firs! Period No sewing. by Lcmalre P. Jrvfne Tardif Cuurnoyer F. Mahoviich TKaczuV; Second PerlDd T. Montreal, F, Manoviich 2 (P. Trim Clay) 7. Montreal, Tardif 1 ie.13. Psnaltreb L a r o s e Larose, Falrbalm Wellion Richard Carr Third Period 3. New York, Slew art 7 (Sathcr, SremKowiklJ Penalties None, Shols ff, goal by New ITork 11 S 4-1J Monlreal J 11 liTHBRIDGE WOR Slaplefcxil 3-QB. PenaHles Sehcck y.likita, Rupp P 1 PITTSBURGH 0 Hrst No a cor inn. Penfll- lenm in 1971 must register in lho week of April lOlh lo April 13lh, 1972. Rcgislrdlioni will he token Dl Ills Adoim Ice Conlre-Rooni 1 Irom lo 9 p.m. end ut Lakevfew School to 9 p.m. feet (or the 1972 program aro at follows-MINOR LEAGUE A 1 f Polls, Hfxlolll 9 '13; 3. Pilfs bumh, 1 (Pronovosl, Edestrand) l 1-10; J, Chicaqo, H. Hull 1 tO: :9 Second I'eried l, Cnlcag.i, Bcr-deleau 2 fR. Hufl. Papoln) Pt-n oil, Nci-le-rnko 2 (Hcjrlall. Polls) V Piifsburqh., 1 (harcar-uk) IP.M. Pcnalllfs Dcsiardini sr-rvpd hy D. H'jll; 18; 10, Cardwwil Ttiird Period 7, Chicago. R. XuU 7 (V.-nitfl a Chfrac-j, D. Hull (BrrdotMu) 9. Chicago, R. Mull 3 ftet-.) 1. Pifhburcjri, Leikr 3 WcOoncuch, HorlonT Schixk Desinrdlnj ty Campbell, Shnclr Ici'Of, Rupp First OverMme Psriod M. Chf-carro, Marlin i. [Panpifi, P. Hull) Nwe. Shols ert goal by Chicago 7 f Atirndnnre H.ilJ. ST. LOUIS t MfNNESOTA 1 Flrsl Period 1. Afllnrcsc'a, Drou-In 3 (Gnlcls-.vorlriy, Penal-tics Hexlall Ro'ierto miner, TprinrJ Grflnf 1 Ihy, O'Brirnt ..T .1