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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, April 14, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 9 Cup will have a new home can't fly MONTREAL (CP) Mont- real Canadiens were Hying but New York Rangers flew higher Thursday niglit, beating Hie Halts 3-2 to take their bcst-of- seveii Stanley Cup quarter-final four games to two, Walt Tzaczuk of the Rangers scored Hie winner with 29 sec- onds gone In the third period, heating Montreal goalie Ken Dryden on his glove side wilh a 35-foot shot. Hill K a i r I) a I r n scored the other two New York goals atid Yvan Conrnoyer and Jacques Lemaire scored for Montreal. The Rangers meet Chicago Black Hawks in a Ijcst-of-seven semi-final starting Sunday niglit in Chicago. Tzaczuk's goal was his second of the series. Tkaczuk got the puck from was lucky to get Ihe big goal, Fair bairn, got away from a check and then fired the puck home. "Billy (Fairbairn) told me to shoot Tkacxuk said. "I did, That was it. "Our line was flying tonight. I Arhonr remains confident Blues force showdown contest ST. LOUIS (CP) The series' between St. Blues and Minnesota North Stars in Ihc Stanley Cup quarter-finals has so far been a home-ice affair. The Blues downed the North Stars 4-2 Thursday night to even the hcst-of-sevcn series 3-3, forc- ing a seventh game Sunday in Minneapolis. But St. Louis coach Al Arbour now is confident his Blues will take tlie seventh and deciding I Arbour about the confidence of game on Minnesota's home ice and advance to the semi-finals ugninsl Boston Bruins. "Our guys are confident and they feel they can win Ar- bour said Thursday after the Blues turned back the North Stars, who won all their games at home, Coach Jack Gordon of Minne- sota is inclined to agree wilh the Blues. After praising their play Thursday night, he said: "T li e y 'r e working. They're working bloody hard. We've got to get something going of our own.11 Gordon could be right, for the oss to tlie 13lues could lie cost- ly for Uie N'orth Stars who lost Gump Worslcy, their .12-year- old goalie. He was knocked out edged in overtime VERNON, B.C. CCP) A power-play goal by John Price at the mark of the second overtime period gave Vernon t 2-1 victory over Red Deer Rust lers Thursday. The victory kept Vernon alive in the best-of-seven quarler-fi nal series for Ihe Centennia Cup. Red Deer Leads the se ries with the fifth game scheduled for Vernon tonight. The score was lied 1-1 at the end of the first period and tin teams battled through threi scoreless periods before Price' goal, with two Red Deer play ers sitting in the penalty box. Dale Lewis had been sent of nt of Ihe second overtim period for holding and Joe Mur phy was sidelined at to high sticking. Vernon opened the scorln with a goal by Bill Vernon of the first period and Deer came back to tie the scor at on a goal by Doug Lim skog. Vernon look a total of six m nor penalties and Red drew eight minors. Goalie Graham Parson of II Hustlers made 46 stops Glen Buekert in the Verno net was good on 34 attempts. the 14-minute mark of Ihe ame while defending the Mill- esota goal. Worslcy, who had slopped a lot from Gerry Odrowski, had collision with Bob Plager of -ie Blues who was trying to ish in on a rebound. He was taken from trie ice on stretcher to hospital, suffering slight concussion. However, -rays showed no skull fracture nd he was later released from ospital. "He hit the right side of the oal posl with his said )r. Charles Kelly, the team hysician. "We'll probably not know until Saturday whether e's able to play in the final." ROBERTO HOT Phi! Rolwrto scored but my wingers were helping me out'all night." The Canadiens came out flying before fans and had several good scoring chances, but Rangers' nct- rninder Ed Giacomin was out- The grey haired goalie robbed Couruoycr and Claude Larose fiuin point-blank range and did the splits to kick out a drive from Rcjcan Houle from just inside the blue-line. "Canadiens have put plenty of. pressure on me in other games, but the puck soon went into the Giacomin said. This time it didn't, but the pressure kept right on being applied." "They came out flying and really poured it New York coach Emile Francis said. "We expected that. We knew would be up lor this one." STARTS SCORING But it was Fairbairn they opened was the scoring who when he goal nd assisted on two others in eading the Blues to their win. loberto's three points made the leading scorer In the wilh six goals and five issists for !1 points and he eads Boston's Phil Esposito and Bobby Orr by two points. Roberto helped set up the win- ning goal by Garry linger the second period and he also ,elped set up Bob Plagcr's goal n the first period. Roberto scored his goal in the iirst period after stealing the puck from Barry Gibbs about 12 :cct in front of Worsley. The score came on a St. Louis power play when Charlie Burns i-as in tlie box for interference. Jack Egers got the other St. Louis goal in the third period. Minnesota's goals were scored by Bill Goldsworthy in the first period and J. P. Parise in the third, ST. LOUIS 4 MINNESOTA 5 firs! Period St. Louis, Roberto 5, 2. Minnesota, Goldsworthy 2 Grant) 3, 5t. Louts, Bob PLager 1 CUnger, Roberto) Penalties Burns Bill Flag. Oliver Lavender Dufxxit, Cameron Second Period -J. Sf. Louis, Unger 2 (Bob Plager, Roborto) Penal- ties _ Reid Bill Plager, Hextall Roberto TnJrd Period S. Minnesota, Pnrlse 2 Oliver A. St. Louis, Egers l (St. Marseille) Sabourin Shols on goal by Win ne sola 8 I St. Louis......... H Attendance Short sport SET WOIIUJ RECORDS MOSCOW (AP) Soviet weightlifters Igor Kalaclmi- liov and Boris Pavlov set world records Thursday In the Soviet weightlifting championships. Kalachnikov's press of .101.1 TEARS Ken Dryden, the superstar goahender who carried Montreal Canadiens through the regular National League season, leans on his stick trying to quell the tears after the Canadiens were eliminated from the playoffs by (he New York Rangers Thursday night. (CP Wirepholo) RESIDENTIAL REPLACEMENTS LETHBRIDGE Pats, Bruins fined NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. CCP) Thomas K. Fisher, Gxocutiva secretary of the Western Canada Hockey Lea- gue, today fined Regina Pats and Flin Flon Dombers SoOO cacil for a bench empting melee In the last Regina-Flin Flon playoff game in Regina April 7. In additionj Regina playei Clark Gillies was fined for leaving the bench to en- gage in a fight. Fisher said if there is an> re occurencc of this type o conduct in future WCHL plciy off games, the involved play ers can expect suspensions. slapped Tkaczuk's rebound past Dryden from close in at of tiw first period. Dryden couldn't move on the play as defence- man J. C. Tremblay was sitting atop him in the crease. Cournoycr tied the score for the Canadiens two minutes later when he broke away from two Checkers and blasted a shot past Giacomin from 10 feet out. Fairbairn restored the Rangers' lead at of the sec- ond when he took a pass from linemate Gene Carr and fired the puek over Dryden's right shoulder. I Carr avoided a weak checking effort by Canadiens' rookie Guy Lafleur in the right corner, scooting beliind the Canadiens1 net to the other side and then passing to Fairbairn. But the Rangers were guilty of a defensive lapse about five minutes later and it allowed Le- maire to tie the score. Lemaire, standing in the clear, took a pass from Lafleur and had time to knock down a bouncing puck and fire an off-balance hack- hand shot past Giacomin. That set the stage for the winning effort by Tkaczuk. HABS HAVE CHANCES Montreal bad its chances to even the score in the third pe- riod, but Giacomin rose to the occasion each lime. He stuck out his left leg and just caught a piece of slap shot by Jacques Lemaire with 69 seconds left to preserve the win. With less than 30 seconds left, he kicked out a low drive from Guy Lapointe. Canadiens had a man- power advantage for the last 7fi seconds of the game as a result if a penalty to Jim fx'eilson. They pulled Dryden for an extra at- (acker. Gincomin lofted a clearing shot down the ice with less than 25 seconds left and it missed the Canadiens goal hy a few inches. "My first intention was to get the puck out of our Gia- comin said. "J saw I had a chance to get the shot up high and send it really sailing down THE WINNER New York Rangers' netminder Ed Giacomin leaps in the air as Ihe siren goes to end the game ond the series. New York beat Montreal Canadiens 3-2 In Ihe sixth game of the besl-of-seven series Thursday in Montreal. (CP Wirepholo) Martin will post bond MIAMI Herb Martin, president of Ihe homeless Screaming Eagles World Hockey Association team, said Thursday he post a re- quired performance bond and his prospective play- ers will ready for the 1972-73 season. Earlier In Ihe week Martin said the franchise in jeop- ardy in Florida because Iho team had run into trouble find- ng a home. pounds in the light heavyweight division topped the old mark ickl by Ceslav Paterka of Po- land by 1.1 pounds. MEXICO DEFEATS JAMAICA MEXICO CITY CAP) Mex- ico defeated Jamaica 4-0 Thurs- day niglit for its first victory in Olympic Games soccer elimina- tion matches. GRAY FOR ISOUT VANCOUVER CCP) Cana- d i a n welterweight champion Clyde Gray of Toronto heads the list of boxers signed for preliminary action on the May heavyweight bout here between Canadian champ George Chu- and former world UU eh old- er Muhammad AH. Matchmaker Nick Zubray said Thursday that Gray will meet Manny Goranles of Hous- lon, in a 10-rounder. the ice. I thought I might have been able to score. I wish it had gone in. Giacomin jumped up and down ns soon as the final siren wailed the elimination of the Canadiens and then his team- mates rushed to congratulate him. "I've been happy in my life but never that happy." Bui D ry de n brushc d a way pos t- game tears. NEW YORK 3 MONTREAL J First Period J, New York, Fail burn 4 (Tkarzuk) Montrea Cournoyer 2 (Richard) Psnait Second 3, New York, Fair burn 5 (Carr) Montreal, Le milro 2 (LflUeur, Tardifl) Pen Third Period 5. New York, Tkai zuX 2 (Fair-burn, Selling) Pens ties Lalleur Siellng La rose minor, mlsconducT P .W, hovlich Park Nei son Shots en go New Ycrk Monfrcal il by CAPRI BOWL NU MODE HOMES Lorn a Newman 275; Lynn Bide 373; 770 (70-0; Linda Hovey 375 fViargo McLauqhiin 2AA; M-iry Wish- newsM Marge Ross ?A1 P.i1 Jarvie 137; Gail Parks 737; ArlenB McKay 735, CONSTRUCTION Carler 274 Jean Passcy 301 (739) r Vera Wicholls ?JS Par Plomp Leah Ccrla 166; Pal Tim- slall 270; Joyce AndreachuK 755 Irene Lynda 7-16 Grace Dyk ISBbelle QpfflmBn 249; Dor- othy Adams 729; Nell Alaclnlcsh 235. Tom W.cdor urna 290 Wimp Nakamura 363 Francis urga 29S Kyoro Shlgchlro Jiro Miyaqawa 338 Jim Yama- dii (7S01 r Rena Tanaka 239; Kaye Ayukawa 238 Mary Shigeliira 2.RO; Mar! Fuj11a 741; Sunii Pal Toho 324; Virginia Fulira 324j Flo Torniyflma 234. WEDNESDAY MORNING lila Welch AHanail Drogdtn 3J5; Kay Dsvlscn 741 Mary McAuley 244; Frances Harris 276; Vera Nlcholls 281 Dorolhy Way 373; Helen 345; tHUv loan (rfSM; 'Jinn Sinil- linfirr 3.14) 'Chaj-lolle ReiJ Rose We Nab 1( Pat Plomp 351; iViae Pop Van Dyk 7iA. Roberts 2S1; Wary Morcom 257 ia 550 Evcrl sislcrs win inalclics ST. PETERSBURG, F1 a. (AP) The teon-nfic Evcrl sls- Icrs, Cliris and Joannic, hnlh won fjuarlcr-final slots in HIP Virginia Slims Masters tennis tournnmcnt Thursday w i I h viclorics, respectively, over Corirmc Molcsworth and Mona Sclialiaii. Chris, No, 4, seed in tiic tourney, heal her uriitMi jisai 0-2, ii-1. GREENS SHOES virf Snierd 35.1 Rny Ch.inr Most of the people who buy our Evinrude Starflite V-4's aren't racers. They just want the best engine they can buy, from whoever makes the best engines. Setting the world's outboard speed record nnd holding it for 11 years has taught us a Jot about how lo build faster, stronger, more reliable production engines. That's why the big Evmrudes (the and Ihe new 125) arc all V-4's. The tougher, shorter V-4 crankshaft can take a lot more than conventional In-line crankshafts. And de- liver a lot more, too. Evinrude's V-4 design also cuts down on engine height for greater stability when the going gets rough, We think our 131 mph. record has helped give you a better outboard. And if our competition didn't think so, why arc they still trying to beat it? See the complete Evinrude line, 1G models from 2 to 125 at your dealer's now. First In Qutboards EAGLES LODGE JM Gil 262; Evelyn Groves 23: Her en VVeefs 131; McCarthy Gary Vaykovirh 2S7; Gco ftVatcheir 7i3; Willie Plcmp 257; Elva Rom- bough 132; Frank Gofdff ?J6j Joyce Marsden Anne Golia J21. SPEEDYS Lorraine Kirchenrr 259 Marg Smith 797 O'OSl, Betty Beaudry 265. Grncc Br.ird Mart) Malconuon DOWNTOWM BOWL ADR OrV.E SAFEWjftY MIXED 10 Pitt Anna Marie BMnak 161. 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