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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, April 16, 1973 The winner Rick Macleish of Philadelphia Flyers beats Ken Dryden with a high overtime and gave 1he Flyers a 5-4 win Over the Canadians, wrist shof Saturday night in Montreal. The goal came in sudden-death Rangers kept getting behind lacks Hawks a different club "CHICAGO (CTO Chicago Black Hawks did a complete turnabout from Game one when they edged New York Rangers 54 Sunday to even the best-of- seven Stanley Cup semi-final at a game apiece. The Rangers rallied from a 3. 0 deficit to tie the contest early in the second period before the Hawks put the finishing touches to it with a pmrer-play goal by Dennis Hull, his second score of the game, and Dick Redmond's fourth playoff score that re- stored a two-goal Chicago lead. ''Not what you'd call playoff said Chicago Coach BUly Reay. "But an exciting game, Defenceman Pat fWhitey) Stapleton, with his first two playoff goals, got the Hawks away to their early margin with the help of several Rangers. On the first. Chico MaM out- muscled Ron Hams for the prick in the corner and fed to Stapleton at the point who fired vride of the New York goal. But the puck caught Jean Ratelle's stick blade, banked off defen- ceman Jim Neilson and went in off the goal post. More sport on page 12 The second was almost a du- plicate, but this time the puck bolted over goaltender Eddie Giacomin's right shoulder off team-mate Dale Rolfe's skate. Then Hull, who skated better in this game than he has in re- cent weeks, blistered one from the side of the ret that caromed off Giacomin's glove hand, which was protecting his face, and dribbled over his shoulder into the net. "You never want to come Giacomin said when asked his first reaction to being replaced by Gilles Villemure to open the second period. "There was no "Sometimes a change can he replied, when asked whether switch things Francis coach Emile Francis had ap-isaid. of the change. Eddie's proached him to find out how he was. "He just said that Gil- les was going In. "Now I know how a pitcher Giacomin added, shak- ing his head with a smile. Mahovlich looks bad on winner Flyers grab opener MONTREAL (CP) Centre [slip by veteran Frank Mahov- lich of the Canadiens deep in the Montreal zone Saturday night to score the winning goal at of the first overtime pe- riod and earn the Flyers a 5-4 win and the edge in the series. "Fred told me to shoot high on him f Dryden) when I got in close and it worked." MacL- eish. a 50-goal scorer in his sec- ond National Hockey League season said. It was MacLeish's third goal of the playoffs and capped a two-goal performance by Simon Nolet and single goals by rookie left winger Bill Barber and right winger Gary Dornhoefer for the Flyers win. The Canadiens got a first-pe- riod goal from Yvan Cournoyer. two from defenceman Guy Rick MacLeish remembered something coach Fred Shero had told him about goaltender Ken Dryden and as a result Philadelphia Flyers today hold a 1-0 lead in their best-of-seven Stanley Cup semi-final round against Montreal Canadiens. MacLeish took advantage of a PHILADELPHIA S, MONTREAL 4 First Period 1. Montreal, Cour- noyer 6 (Savard, Murdoch) 2. Philadelphia, Barber 3 (Clarke) 14-20 Penalties Van Impe Bouchard Clarke, Savard Second Period 3. Pniladelphia, Nolet 1 (Saleski, Watson) 4. Montreal, Lapomte Penalties Clarke Lefley Dupon! 15-43. Third Period 5. Montreal, La- pointe 5 (Roberts, Richard) 6. Philadelphia, Nolet 2 (Barber) 10-18; 7. Philadelphia, Dornhoefsr 2 Wac- Lsish, Lonsberry) 12-04; 8. Montreal Lemaire 3 (Cournoyer, Lapointe) 15.25. Penalty Dupont First Overtime 9. MacLeish 3. Penalties None. Shots on goal by Philadeiohia 1 Penalties Tkaczuk Irvine Second Period 5. New York, Ra- telle J "HadficW, Rousseau) 6. New York, Fairbairn 1 [Vickers, Tkac- luk) 7. Chicago, Hull 3 gotli, Papplnl 8 Chicaoo Red- mond and Rader. SECOND Cincinnati 14 3 San Francises 200 (10 McGlothlin Borbon Car- roll (9) and Plummer, Bench Willoughby (0-1) Moffitt Sosa (7) and Rader, Sadek HRs: Moroan (2) FIRST Houston I 9 San Diego 122 000 S 1 Roberts (0-1) Ray Cosgrove Crawford Gladding and Ed- wards; Corkins O-l) and Kendall. HRs- Kendall SECOND Houston 2 0 San Diego 000 131 470 Griffin (0-1) Crawford Yo'k (6) and Edwards; Grief (1-0) and Ken- dall. SATURDAY Pittsburgh 001 OM 413 Montreal 010 000 Briles (0-1) Gijsti (8) and Mey; McAnally, Gilbert (7) Walker (1-0) and Boone. MR: 'P. Houston fH tin 12 1 San Diego 010 111 100 11 2 Reuss. Yc-k '51 and Howard: (tW> Miller (5> Romo A 2 .750 3 4 .429 2 3 5 .375 3 S .375 2Vi 2 4 .333 2 5 .778 3 .571 J 3 3 .500 V 2 3 .400 3 J 4 .333 3V 2 5 .284 4 ,Norivirh final earns tvui Liverpool scores key victory i LOXDOX Lemanczyk Scherman (9) and' Freehan. HRs: FIRST Baltimore 020 MO OM W-2 lit Milwaukee 1W OKI Wtl 13 0 Palmer. Reynolds