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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Htfey, Astfl 17, TM UTHKWGf. HBALO t Bruins Earn Right To Meet Chicago In Eastern Final Sensational Bobby Orr Sparks Bruins To Series Triumph NEW YORK (CP) Boston take on the Black Hawks in Chicago Sunday afternoon in UK Stanley Cup semi-finals after eliminating Navr York Biiigni Thursday night. The Bruins, ted by the rushing oC defeacemafl Bobby Or, downed the Rangers 4-1 to win the best-of-teven quarter-final Mriei 4-2. Tbe semi-fat! rani alas win be a best-of-eerea contest. The: starting gssae Sunday afternoon will be carried by the CBC na- Uecal television network. Tbe BUck Hawks have beta waiting last Sunday when they completed a four-game svctf of their quarter-final ae- with Detroit Red Wings. Tbe Hawks may be rested but the Bnrini will be carrying their' winning momentum into Chi- cago. And none of the Bruins has more momentum than Orr, who scored two goals Thursday night, Us sixth and seventh of me aeries. Wayne Cashman and Derek Sanderson colleded the other Brunt1 goals after dXencenaB Brad Park the lone far the Raigcrs midway through the period The were find op for the i stast Kgame Vtut Sebnidt pre- gaoeleefamkcaMpiMavd. "I'rt sew aeea then ao find Schmidt atid tte M Man tbe ba- isre a crowd of TtarsAmy, nsRanfsn alM wan hot in the opening play and bad several chances while tbe Bruon faiM to sen- ousiy test New goalie Ed Giacomin. The Rangers efJsctmiy killed off a penalty to Park at of the period and when the Brain.' Smith look a penalty at SUGAR ICINGS EMD'SEASON Fivt members of the Uthbfldgo Sugar .Kings hondrtd Thursday evening at the third annual banquet and presentation of awards. The wimten, from left to right, ore Len Chalmen who won the Adrian trophy at tho mbsr gentlemanly player. Frwer Robertson Carl Trentini aVfonoman award, Nigel The Uth- bridgo Herald rookie of the- year award and. Jerry the most valuable player on.the ai well Alberta Junior league, won the Alex Bennie Memorial trophy. The Reed Memorial trophy for tfie most valuable Sugar King in the went to Gerry Yachon, who was not at the dinner. St. Louis Seeking Third Straight Western Crown Blues Advance After Sidelining Minnesota MINNEAPOLIS (CP) St.1 Louis moved another step toward their third cuusecuUie Stanley Cup final appearance Thursday night when they elina- nsted MinnewU North' Stars in tbe'sixth game of tfae quarter-fi- nal series. -Tte Blues downed the Norm Stars 4-2 to capture tfae besl-of- seven playoff round 4-2 and now meet Pittsburgh Penguins in the start of the semi-final round at St Louie Sunday. The National Hockey League West Drriaion win be (oing up against a Pittsburgh dob that bat been resting since laet Sunday when it eliminated Oakland Seals in four straight McDonald and cored power-play goals within 47 second span in the second Kriod to give toe club a piay- f-feading total of 10 power- play goals. Larry Keenan got tbe. other Sines' goal in the third period and-''Ray CuDeo and Barry Gibbs scored for lite'North Stars.- "The two power-play goals fa linger Ab McDonald scored twice and centre Bed Berenson provided one goal and two as- sists to spark the St Louis at- tack before a crowd of Mass Workout For Juniors Their will be a mass prac- tise for all boys interested in playing junior baseball this year tonight at eight o'clock in UK main gym at the Civic Centre. The workout is open to' a! Junior ball players. Running shoes are a most for the practise and anyone with a sweat suit is asked to bring it JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES UTHBRIDGE JACK RIUEX 328-2515 the second period made the dif- said Berenson. "How many power-play goals did we have in UBS series? Ten? That shows how important penalties are. You don't take penalties when you're a man short." The North Stan got in-their predicament when Billy Collins was off for tripping. Then, play- ing-coach Charlie Burns was called1 for delaying the game by touching the pock in front of UM Minnesota net with his hands. McDonald scored his second goal, Uiugiiig Collins 'out of the penalty box. But Collins was called for slashing Berenson al- most immediately and tbe St. Louis Red Baron quickly made "In the last'game in St Louis I could see them McDonald said about tbe North Stars. "I think may have had too much manpower for them. made a good game out of it and didn't quit until the Player, Moody Trail Unknown Leads Way NEW ORLEANS (AP) Gary Player and OrviDe Moody names fc the golf wsiness- found themselves a stroke behind today in the Greater New Orleans )peo with a Virginian named Bobby Mitchefl leading the way. Mitcben isn't one of top m bis fifth year as a toortog pro, he's still kxjkjog for Ws first victory and cant be fount) among mis year's 100 leading money winners. He put together a sewo-onder par 65 Thursday for tbe open- mg-rouod lead in the chase for the wmner's cheque. But he's long way to go m the next three days with Player and Moody m the thick of it Player, who missed a playoff Meets Paduano Cerdan Concerned berth m the Masters earlier this week, came in among the late finishers with a 66, as did Moody and ttrcc others. Fifty-nine golfers finished bet- ter than the regulation 72 over Lakewood Coun- Club course. A score of 65 as only good for a K in the opening aeasi ASPEB SLIPS Billy Casper, who UtOer for tbe Masters le in a playoff Monday, arted well enough with a root-nine M but stumbled to a oa the back nine for a 71. Also at 71 was' .Vancouver's 'syne VoBmer, who took the front nine with 17 and came NEW YORK (CP) Scorned and ridiculed by his own people Marcel Cerdan Jr. arrived ii New York this week for Us much-publicized fight against Canadian welterweight cham- pion Donate Paduano May 11 hoping to gain tbe prominence of Ms famous father. WINDSHIELDS BROKEN? Hove it replaced mw by ex- perts at lethbridae Sash Doer! mi PICK-UP AND MUVERY OP YOUR CAB LETHBRIDGE The eMer Cerdan won the world middleweight title when knocked out Tony Zale in the 2th round in Jersey City, N.J. 1941 and lost it to Jake La- motta when be suffered a sbooi- injury during their ight in Detroit, Mich. He was illed in an airpiane crash hi he Azores that same year whue n route back to the U.S. for a return match with LamotU. Cerdan's American manager George Kanter, partly blames contrast la styles for the boxer' reception by the French people 'His father was physical! stronger, but Marcel is a bette boxer, although, he's not said Kanter. Cerdan thst in France he bclsssed as "a styBst-a pn- If ANTS rOLLOW PATH "I am my thriOed to fight New the handsome Cer dan said, "My fervent bape is last I win be accepted ta Asaer- as he was. 1 want to be to the Amen cans what be was. I want please them in the ring as he did, I want to make friends wfr people outside the ring as did. Despite his impressive unde- feated record of 47 wins and on draw, Ctrdan Jr.'s capabilities have always been doubted his countrymen, who feel he has been fed soft touches in six pro- fessional years, Kanter said Cenbn's Fmc manager, Philippe "WM offered for a Mon- treal fight three yean ago bu burned it down because be Csrdan was not back cm 34, WiX Homeuoik Tof Winnipeg had a K-tt-73 score. Tbe MtcbeiV a gotf pro since he was 15, said he always' plays good on this course. I just mined by one stroke here last year." Player was making only bis end but they didn't seem to have the zip." The North Stars, losing 'out In the sixth game of the playoffs, had squared .'the series at two games each last weekend after a- frantic month of getting into the playoffs. St.-Louis'took a edge in the series .Tuesday with a 6-3 victory in St Louis. "They were 'a fittte said St. Louis coach Scotty Bow- man. "We knew we would get the advantage somewhere along tfae line. "We're tough in the third period whea vw get two goals ahead." Burns disagreed1 with Mc- Donald and Bowman that his team was tired. "They didn't ootskatc us to- said Buna. "We weren't any more tired than they were. Tbe power pfays made the dif- has a H year for them. They just moved the puck better. "The situation beat Bums said abont Us penalty in front of the Minnesota net "You're not; supposed to touch the puck bat bow. many times do you see' -You see it hundreds of times. It's a heck of a way to end the Veteran goalie Glenn Han, playing ma record playoff 11 :M, tbe New York defence- mas. took advantage of the power play to beat goalie Gerry Cbeevers with a shot from close range. But the New Yorkers ap- peared to lose their momentum in the second period and On- put the Bruins back in tbe game with me tying goal oa a deflec- tion of Johnny MeKenzie's shot. A little more than two min- utes later, rair-mn picked off Tim Horton's clearing pass to break in alone on Giacomin fur i the go-abend goal Orr beat Giaeomh with a hard shot from the blue Une three into (he third pe- riod and Sanderson wrapped up the scoring when he knocked in a pass from behind the nets by Eddie WesttalL New York coach Emile Fran- cis removed Giacomin with more than four minutes to go in the game and went with six at- tackers but tbe Bruins' persis- tent checking kept tfae Rangers at bay. Soon after Giacomin came out, Cheevers got control of the puck and charged out of his own goal for a shot'at the empty New York nets but the Hangers defence stopped the goalie's at- tempt to become the first such player to score in playoff ac- tion. ORR CONTINUES WAYS Orr, who won the regular Na- tional Hockey League season scoring ate with 120 points while setting three scoring rec- ords for defencemen, has also set a record for defencemen in playoffs. His seven-goal total is two tighrr than the previous record for a defeoceman in one playoff year set by Earl Seibert of the Black Hawks in 1938 and tied by Red Keuy, then of Detroit Red Wings, in 1954. Orr could weU break tbe rec- ord of most goals by any player shared by Maurice Richard and Jean Bebveau who each scored 12 gnls in a playoff year. Orr's seven goals and three makes him the leading points-getter so far n the play- offs along with team-mate Phil Esposito who has six goals and PONDEROSA AUTO AND TRAILER SALES LTD, YEAR-END CLEARANCE SALE All STOCK MUST GOi TtAIJRS-CAKS-ntUCKS -CAMFEKS- SKIM U1 tegular SfKlAL........ TtAKHt- OUTSTANDING Orr tirmed Iw am effort pace .the BraiM a 4-1 wta orer New Yerk Bisoits THAIIBIS- 15 ft. to 34 ft. IflOJ, NOW OFf CASCADI CAMPOS REDUCf 0 SFOHTsCJuUT- SPKIAl STAJtCUFT TIAIUW- RtDUCED Sovmf. OHw AUaVrb In Stack. DtOP IN AND SUE TMMI Prim Till April 20ril Only1' By THE CANADIAN PRESS' Buffalo Bisons and Sferingfield Kings conserved their SEE THE NEW EDSON CAMPER fi, tab power until the f toad minotes nursday and both emerged with 3-2 leads in American Hockey League besVotseveB quarter-final playoffs. The Bisons dumped Quebec Aces 2-0 at Boffab an! Spring- four assists. Orr and Esposito go up against another pair of high- scoring stars in the semi-finals. Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita of the Hawks together have col- lected 1C points in their four Held needed overtime at Hershey to post W via over theBeai. In tbe other sc- ries, wbidi reaumni in witii tin fifth Montreal Voyaffm bold a J-l lead over BaBpMre Clippers. Bob Jones scored a ponr play goal for the Bisons at of tbe third period, braking a scoreless tie. Dennis KassUn seared the second Buffalo goal into. an empty, net after Quebec coach LAYOFF NOT WORRY Mikita sail in Cbkago Thurs- day be wasn't worried about bis team's long layoff making them rusty. sixth start of the season bat ai- has wen st GmMboro nd'roiled up in'win- nings for fourth place OB the money Bat. games, had an impressive nignt in the St. Louis nets, stopping 12 shots. Cesare Maniago, who col- lected the oniy shutout of the playoffs so far when the North Stars won 44 last Sunday nignt, stopped only 23 sbob in taking the loss. tr. IOUK 4 'i Fktt Pcrkd 1. MknMotl, GIMn 1 (flt'nt, WilHttra) St. Lcuts McDmld t {St. Wtmillt, fterntsoi! "I think the team win be able to overcome any difficulties caused by the he said. "We've been through a lot worse during the season. Any- way, it's all our own fault for winning in four straight." Another interesting encounter to the East 'Division's final round will be Esposito facing bis younger brother Tony, who scored 15 shutouts in the Chi- cago nets during the regular season. BOSTON 4 NEW YORK 1 First 1. New York, 1 (Gilbert) PenaltM Park D. Smith Nllten BucyK Period 1. Boston, Orr Bucrk) 3. Boston, 1 Penaltlw Nt'iHtn Awrty f.Ml K. Smm HOT- on Third PtrM 4. Botton, Orr 7 (Hodge, Elpottto) i. Boston, derson (Westhlf, CirMton) Peir Nevin on goal by Turk Broda lemuved setmiiider Dune Wilson lor an extra, for- ward. The sixth gams k HnduM for Saturday at Quebec City. Billy IngBs scored the wfaBtng goal after only 50 seconds of sudden-death met lime as the Kings recorded meir second straighl win on Bershey ice, Springfield trailed 2-1 in the late stages of the third period, but Doug Sheltoe floated a 20- foot shot over tfae shoulder of Hershey goakender Andre Gill at to force the extra play. The Bears, defending Calder Cup champions, twice held the lead. 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