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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Rangers Battle Back To fven Series With Bruim Mikita, Hull Combine To Sink Wings Asrf !S, TW UWaMOCI HE1A1B 7 By THE CANADIAN PRESS CakafO Black Hacks' aew. (ystam of tadt vital glory has been credited with moving the team from last to tot place ia the Naboaal Hockey League this season. Bat tt their, one-two punch of former years that contributed to the ftimirff'Vf of Detroit Red Wings ia the Cup best-of-aeren quartnr-fi-Mlj dorian the weekend. The Hawks defeated the Red Wings 4-2 is Detroit Saturday night and repeated the score Sunday afternoon to knock the aut af the ia four rtraight pros, all ky identical scores. And it was Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita, their scoring stars ia farmer years, who.broke of the Wines, who tost only thna of tactrlast 11 regubw-aeason in making the playoffs. Hull sad MttiU earned U points between them k weekend action. Hull getting ox on two goals and four assists and Mikita five oa two goals and three assists. The Black Hawks sow meet the winner of the series aad New York Rangers, tied M after fee Rangers came back to take two games from the Bruins in New York during the one a penalty-filled affair mat broke an NHL playoff record for a single game. The Rangers deflated the Bruins 4-2 Sunday night to tie the But in their 4-J win Saturday aicat, a wild brawl HONOtS) IT RSH AMD GAME The Lethbridge Fish and Game Association held Hi annual banquet Sat- urday evening at which members of Ihe. local club wer. honored. At left. is Eudid Trenehy" Landry receiving the sportsman of the ytoir award from.J. Erie Corr, formerly of Urhbridoa and now residing at RifKus, 'Alberta. Al'the extreme right Joe Balla, managing editor of Trie lethbridge Herald "and editor as well, a liU membership in the dub from president Dave Hunt. Both are acknowledgement! of long time service to fish and game ond conservation. araptad wHh the game less thaa Buautcc old aod resulted In H minutes in penalties for six ilayers. In all referee John Ashley tenet 3t penalties and 174 ma> utes, a plavofl record, with IB of those coming in the irst period. Twenty penalties to Boston totalled muotec, both playoff for one team i single game. The Hawks introduced their lew system this season, stress- defence, positional play and team work, after ending up la bat place the East Divfciea although toy-were the seeoad- birhest scoring team in league, tt paid off witt a fat- place finish uas season. Chico Haiti, Deoas Hun, Jim Pappin and Mikita scored for Chicago Sunday while Gordie Howe and Nick Libett scored for the Wags. Mikita also in- sisted on Pappin's and goals while Hull assisted on MikiU's and Mali's. MikiU's gave the Hawks a 2-1 lead-ceemed to take the fire out of the Wings. U occurred after the Wings had come back to tie the score 1-1 on a power-play, the only goal they could score during a five- minute penalty to Chicago def- enceman Doug Mohns. TWO SENT OFF Vahns was given a major for Pete Stemkowski, who also went to the penalty I SUNDAY boot at the same time for slash- MINNESOTA 4 ST. LOUIS ing. But when Mohns returned, Fin) period No scoring, fenav- tin L.TOW (minor, B. PU- gcr (major, minor) Collins Arbour Second period 1. Mlmnorl, Gohk- _i__ I 4 (Cuiten, Bwfew) 1. Mln- HAWK HUG Chicago's Keith Mognuson hugs goalie Tony Ejpojito (35) Hack Hawk's. 4-2 victory over the Red Wings In Sundays Stanley Cup ployoffs. after Weekend Summaries _, ._, I started I Seals Sent Packing By Penguins Minnesota Expects The Worst I -H waa replaced by Roy Edwards, a Nmnt) who' played me first three sabourin. o'sjie. games. Crozier safct be didn't Ske the way he was pkying.' .._ 11 Third ptfloJ I Its Ksre. First Overtima Mrtad J. Pnts- jrch, Brlwe 1 (FontoyM, Pronovort) penalties Norn. SMI MWl Pittsburgh OakUnd S I 11 Attendance: S4W. SATURDAY HEW YORK BOSTON Flnl Spa. J. New York, Gilbert) York, Tklciuk-l 8, Lortnl By THE CANADIAN PRESS Hunanta' North j Stars say expect the worst.when they name their Stanley'Cop play- offs with St Louis Tues- day. The North Stars, behind effi- cient goanending from Gump Worriey and Cesare Maniago, and an assist from their fans, JUuiUil the Bines 4-2 and Mmneaota Saturday and Sunday to area their best-of- qaartar-fmal 2-2. Capacity crowds of almost taonted, jeered and rat- tled Btaes, showering them with beer, eggs de- bris. The two teams resume the series in St Louis, known to bare among the most boisterous fan m the National HocUy eer playoff games. Ernie Wakriy haadled M. Minnesota Sbnfa. "We had so moch pressure on as the last two weeks of .the sea- son to get into the playoffs the boys reined in the' first two said Maniago. They loat those games M and M. "WeH go down there (St Louis) thnttng dlffaeut this he said. About the crowd, Maniago said it is good to have the fans behind them. "I guess the fans were giving the Blues.some of their own" treatment." St Louis coach Sootty Bow- man said the crowd dktat have that much effect 'on the oat- s Take Dual Swim. Meet ________, Pittsborgh Pen- gums, in the Stanley Cop play- offs for-tfae first time in tbeir three-year history, etiidnated Oakland Seals in four straight games by downing the Seals M Mnrday and 3-2 Sunday in sud-' icn-death orertime. IVTraguins now await the winner of the St Ixxiis-Miine- sota series. -The Btaes, Stanley Cop final- Hs for the last two yean, were out Sunday by Maniago. Bfll GoUswortby bad a goal and an assist to pace the North Stan whue Claude Larose, Tocnmy Williams and Bob Bar- low scored once each. The high-scoring Blues fired M shots at Maniago, who regis- tered Us first shutout in 18 ear- As far tbs Leatrioge If Stingray Swim dob is concern- ed, their trip to Ratston Satur- day was a successful one. -The Sports competed in a dual swim meet, with the Marlln Aquatic Club from Medicine Hat and won the meet swimmers boys' open class wbBe Gary leb bad a first, a second 'and ret thirds in the boys' open. In the girls' 11 and '5 dhi; Ann Hoghes had two firsts .and thnw -thirds whOe Cmdy 248-214, Peggy Hosletca paced the to their victory as she picked up four firsts and two seconds in to girls' open class. Tim Haoseo, competing In the boys' 10 and under divi- took three and add. whOe Gavin Fenton, m the boys' 11 and 12 had three firsts and one sec ond. This Year Fly Suzuki Susan de Joartan, competing m the gals U and 14 dau, ba 1 tR. WohMl PW.1- In _ Chloso too nun onlM lentil by Ubrtoco) Corratly 3 (R. Hull, Mohns Slemkowskl Second period 4. Chlaoo, D. Hvl IMlkll 5. Detroit, (Connelly, Ungw) Harris Wakl....... Third period t. Cnlcw, VJikl 2 t-JI since coach Bill Gadsby was fired mnnents before the third game of the .season to be-1 AtiwisnMi IJJBI, come the team's director of pro nrw vonic 4 sorron i SCOUting. I First 1.. New York, Gilbert COMES BACK STRONGLY siibeft i irvWl At New York'Sunday, the hot IS i playoff action of Rod Gilbert I Kurtenbach mdconductl Park Second 4. Mnl Yortt, bert 2 (Rtlelt.. Part) FtnVta Horton MtKenri. Luc. Third period i. New York, Inrtn. 1 (Tkacruk, Fllrtulm] Ian, Orr 3 ISoerk, StjnfWd) Boston, Slanfkld J tD. Smith, Mcttn- Ik) Peixnte Luc. Osr.rran (minor, mttcondycl Ftlrbalrn KurnwDKn helped the Rangers tie their se- ries. Giftert, who had i, inn. Hor- scored a goal through tte five weeks of the regular NHL nor, Marcott. one" first, seconds and a timrri. Other Stiagray i along second and tiard at the meet were Metonie Fen- ton, Ted Hansen, CoDette Ryr stock, Michelle Creigbton, atacy de Jourdan, Tony Skntn, Toby Skeith, David McGreer, H o 11 y Fenton, Bob Van Scnak, Lynn Skeith, Cecily Kenwood, Jean Gregory and AUaa PoOock. SETS RECORD WOODSTOCK, OOt (CP) Russel Prior, Hanatton Weight- Hting Club, lifted 390 pounds ia the clean and jerk competition the Ontario senior weight lifting championships Saturday to set a British Empire' record. He was competing in the 242 heavyweight class, a new class created oat.year. give the Penguins their win Sun- day. He scored on a shot fren the left side.-Tbe puck de-_ fleeted off the inside of goalie Gary Smith's pads and went into the net Dean Prentice and Bob Woytowich also (cored for the Penguins. Carol Vadnais scored the Seals' two goals, the first tent them into 1-0 lead at of the first period on a power play but Prentice tied the score min- utes later. Vadnais pot the Seals ahead again in the second Woytowich tied it for the Pen- gnmi again. The third period was scoreless. Ken Scbinkel, with three goals, sparked the Penguins Saturday night while Nick Hsr- baruk and Jean Pronovoit scored one each. Earl and Ted Bampson got the Oak- season, got the Rangers in front earl? by scoring twice in less than two minutes. ,His first came at of the first period on a power play when be sent a rebound past goalie Ed Johnston. He scored from Jean RateDe and Ted Ir- vine to give the Rangers a M lead. Phil Esposito made the score 2-1 midway through the second period. But 22 seconds later Dave Balon scared for New York after intercepting' a pass by Boston centre Derek Sander- son. Watt Tkaczuk scored the other New York goal and Bobby Orr got Boston's second goal. RateOe, Tkaczuk, Gilbert and Irvine shared the Ranger scor- ing in Satnrday night's peoaltT- fiDed game while Fred Stan- field, Orr and BiQ Speer scored for the Bnmns. Sanderson aid Baton botl drew game misconduct penal ties as a result of the braw which moments after Sanderson's line hit the ice for Us first tarn of the night Third period 5. Bojton, Orr 4 (Bu- cyV, Eiposlto) Hew York, 2 (Blton) PeMlllet >n) Ntltol AtMnUnca: 1749. PITTliUHOM 1 OAKLAND 1 First period V.dnaH 1 (Mirsn.ll) 1. PtTtstorotl, Pren- llc. 1 (AAorrlson, Schockl tts Watson Minnill. Wortowkh Hr4S, McC.iium SKOnd ptrlod 3. OtkUnd, Vad. .b J (Hlcfca, Robtrts) 4...Pitts- burgh, Woylowkh I (Briere) Pen- !tlB All-Out Effort Just Misses prentlc. Fourth! Spot For Yale :BB, RolM TlilrJ _.tel-J. t. ChtoSJ, 1 (Magnusson, R. Hull) s Mun I 1 M n PITTSBUXCK I OAKLAND t Firs) period 1. Oaklmd. InotrBtM (HsmpMnl nin Rcfterh Hextill rihv 1I-.1S. Stcond period 1 3. burgh. Schlnkel 1 (PTerrtla) 4. Pimburoti, Pronovoit 1 (WeC.llum, BencK Prentice, Hick. Third period S. oaklind, i. Plthburoh, ScMn. kel t (Srtwrt, 7. Schhikel J-lShcrt, Mc- CINCINNATI, Onto (AP) Bob Kasting o f Lethbridge, AHa., swam s Jeg on the Yale University team, that finished fourth In the 900-yard freestyle relay Saturday night m the Am- ateur Athletic Union indoor snort-course swhrmmg ebempi- Yale was timed fa compared toUniveriityof Sorthern Calnarru A team's winning time of That was a United States record, brewing Southern CsJtfonria'i year-old matt of Wowell RobtrW fHl Altendrve: MINNESOTA 4 ST. tOUtl t Flrtt period 1. Mlnmotl, I (L.MOI, Cullen) 1 Ml O'She. UroM Pkird Imilorl. GMx 1t'2S SKond period S. St. Lwb, Me- Oonild I (GoyerM, Tulbot) Ptn- Lanae Arbour jolmiton Eccteton. Mr- TMrd period 4. St. Louh, on (Rofcerh, Ecclestoo. I. lnnewt., i. Minnesota, (WIN Utm, Reid) 1C 00. Pol- ink s. (minor, mhecn- duct) SMi swl byl Attttldmctl 'J Rustlers Beaten By Weyburn HUSTLER twin cylinder, two stroke tnoint developing 33 h.p, at r.p.m. 6 ipeech and m.p.h. up to 100-105 BERT MACS CYQE LTD. 913 3rrf S, PhotM 327-1221 "Ovtr WO In OMH W. TiH p.m. "Serving Sovthim Albtrta for Ovtr 30. Ymri" WEYBURN, Sack. 'eyburn Red Wings advanced i tha western Memorial Cup hockey final "because they got in a best-of-seven semi final series. Red Deer coach AV Cadman made the comment Sunday after the Red Whip scored two swerea goals io the third period for a M triumph, en- abunf them to take the aeries VI, "We've ao Cadman aid in an interview. "They got be-breaks but beat us clean- ly." The Red Wings, members o Ihe Saskatchewan Junior League, meet Thunder Bay Hurricanes in the best-of-seven western final. The first two games win be played at Thun- der Bay Thursday and Friday with the remaining five games if tit The winner the western final will advance to the Mem orial Cup playoff, schedule for the hoot of the eastera rtp Tbe Red Wings and the Rust- era, from the Alberta Junior .eague, were tied M aftef the irst period before fans. M Deer hd 4-3 at the end of he second before Bob Miller scored the winning and insur- ance goals early in the third period, Left winger Calvin Booti also scored two goals for On Wings, ms fifth and sfactb m the semi-final aeries, Larry Ctrtun added the other goal early in be second period. John Rogers got two goals foi Red Deer and Steve Carlyfe and Bob Stumpf shared the oth- ers, It was the 14th win in 20 play- off games for the Red Wings bolstered by four players from other' teams in the SJHL. For wards Scott Smith, Rod Norrish and Garry Leippi, all from Re- gina goalie Jer o m e Mraiek of Moose Jaw Canucks were picked up for urterprovin- cinl playoffs, Goalie Gary Bromley, also o Regina, wu added to the Wey burn lineup to regular1 aetminder Brent Nelson wbo was injured in practice, "Our boys played hockey when they bad said Wey- wm 'coach Staa Dunn. "But kn't utiderestimate Red Deer, they are a good club." Dunn credited Booth, "who ud a lacklustre time in toe first lour lor coming 09 with a "Dig'effort" m San- day's Cadmaa said'the tnrnmf xint in the series came last Wednesday when Weyburn took a 7-1 victory in Red Deer. They found that they couM beat us in Red Deer and it gave them a tremendous lift The Red Wings would have been happy, I think, with a sto- gie victory in Red Deer bat they woo two games." The Red took.the fourth game by 4-2 score Thursday fcr a M lead.before losiQf M Friday night. games were played in Ret Mrazek' and Bob Galloway Red Deer each stopped 9 inoto ia Think pink. Ask for Andres The Red-Wings have 41 wins nd three ties in 58 league and layoff games this season, tooth and Glroui were the top point getters for the Red Vhigs hi the Red Deer series; each with eight points. Defence- man Greg Hubick picked up seven points. Meanwhile, ThunderBay gamed their berth la CM weit- era final by taking a tvi win over Dauphin Kings Sunday be- fore more than fans in Thunder Bay. The wir gave the Hurricanes their best-of-seven series 4-2. Lou Nistico paced the win- ners with a pair of goals with singles going to Mike Butahik, Paul Sandberg, John Rsyack and Vic Venasky. Bob Boachy replied for Dao- pWa, HorricBBa ootshot 44- 22 aith Ed BaHna in the for Thunder Bay aod Ron Low Rnd Dan Stephens splitting goat- tending chores for Dauphin: Dauphin took 7 of the 11 pen- alties called by Bill Fkfcber.of Cmcklfna Rort Is a HgM, wbtTy bubMy flist goes grert with occnkn. that's why It's so popurtr. With Andrte, any day can be a day of vkw tnd Andres Fine Wines ANDRES WINES (AUERTA) LTA ;