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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB IETHBRIOGI HERAIO Snluirfc'V. One goal makes difference in series NKW YORK (CTI The evi- dence presented so far indicates New York Rangers are one a game hclter than (.'hk'iiLjo Black Hawks. The Rangers have built a 3-U lend in ttie semi-final with 5-3 and ;t-U victories over the Hawks. The extra-goal margin in the second guine resulted Rulolh', Is 2-1 and linemate Bill Faii'lnnm, wlio had five goals agiUiisL Montreal, is 25. Rod Clil- beri is 30. Aside from Eton Stewart. 3fl. and Phil (.JoycUe, ix'acquired by (he Rangers for spot duty when the injury jinx struck this spring, one] rookie Gene Can1, Iho Hangers are all in the ngc hntcket in which strong legs ;n cquntu! experience. Bobby Hull, longtime Black Hawk leader, is 33 and he ad- mitted after Thursday's game Unit he's finding it harder to gel ack own end of the ice while playing or more minu- tes in a gume. Younger brother Dennis, only 117, seemed to have no such trouble. He was a Iborn in the Rangers' side lliroughmit and scored Imlh Chicago goals. Oliini Maki is ;i2 and only one goul in seven playoff games. Hul more important hi llus series has boon the rcluelunca of coach Uily UIMY to use somo of his players. Bryan ('amphell, [lurry! MugL's. 2't next week, have limited ice time. nnd shouldn't count in estimat- ing ttie relative merits of the _ _ teams in this himl-foughl series. piny HntlllS Last spring, tbe Hangers bowed to the Hawks in seven games in the equivalent semi-fi- nal. Chicago oulscored York 21-14 in llnU dramulic ser- ies. Hi roe ganie.s of which were decided iti overtime. The Chi- cago scoring margin nveragrd a goal a game. The reasons for the turna- round in dominant roles is being debated bv hockov buffs. lues have to chane BOSTON have to "That easy shol he lei in go back home and decide that we're noL going to play the RniiiiR1 game was the admonition given Friday by IOTS TO REMEMBER Jack DeHeer, left, and Ron K- suerit In is pas! winter playing hockey for the Du'cL' National teom. They returned home recently and enjoyed Holland brought with them a number of souvenirs they gathered in their To ihe ieft of DeHeer is the trophy he won as he top forward in Holland. See slory. Hy PAT SH.UV.AN Hoi-alrl Shorts To say that Jack DeHeer and Kon Krikke of Unhbndge had the lime of their lives tins past. winter would be a gross under- j statement, The two youths. Krikke is 17 and DeHeer played hockey in Holland and saw thfi continent doing what 'hey love Hc-r, playine; hockey. "It's a thiill that is hard to DeHeer. "One minute you aro at home think- in" junior hnckey and then next thine; you you're in Hol- land. I: :iil happened. so quickly U a Krikke Krikke and DeHeer played (he second year in a row for the Tilburg Trappers in the Trappers hart won. the regular Dutch league. "We won the Holland cham- pionship playing with the Trap- DeHeer said. It marked national team as welt country's junior team. One theory heard here is that the Black Hawks, who won the1 West Division title by 21 points. were not called upon to extend themselves the way the Hangers were in capturing second place in the strong K a s t Division. They were not sharpened on the grindstone of must-win contests. POOR OX ROAU Although Treat en only three times at homo prior to the play- offs, the Black ilawks failed to win a game on the road against York and Mont- Garry Unger. The statement Louis Bines 10-2 Boston, New real. Some of Hie Ranger players have a different explanation-- maturity and togetherness, team has been together for a solid said Bruce hard-checking right the winger whose shorthandcd goal Thursday night was his first in followed SI. trimming here Thursday nighl and was picked up by team-mates who found some hope in llu'ir playoff round against Hostoii. "We tried to come in here and barrel up and down the ice with them, said Unger, the Blues' young centre. "They've got those three solid linns, we ha- ven't. could Imp pen to anyone." Ar hour said. "I've seen it happen to guys that have been plnyim; goa 1 in (his league 10 or 12 years, the host of them." Ksposi (o said h is sho t, floater to the hoards from. the shot.' Caron's right, was "to score a goal." "I thought T had a ho added, "but 1 think Caron was expecting me lo pass the puck to Cash Cashman) om that play and I fooled him with Playing with the Trappers "It was said Krikke. only the beginning for "'We got to France, Germany, southern A Iberians as (hey i Switzerland and even behind were both selected to the Dutch j the Iron Curtain. Nationals played e Dirciies nr. f HAXCKO LA COSTA, Calif, f AP) "I figure they don't even know I'm out here. I never what liarl mv namc jn the paper. I back in the field. Arnold Palmer ifippiiorl was that DelftXT Krikke eli- k'ibli- I'm- Duhjb and were allowe'! to play for the Dutch national huckey learn, "Then; are: quite a few Dutch-Canadian players in Hol- said Krikke, Russian, vishor glad about games The recent announcement of nn open hockey tournament be- tween Canada Hernan- dez (1-13 (9) and banqulllen (9) Sclma. H corner f I 1) HRs: Calif (41 inci BM 010 04] 6143 102 111 7 10 2 (5) Muphy (71 Allen 181 Bosman- Lin'Jblad (9) ,ind HRs; Tex-- Howard Rftn-ilr (11. Novf York IW 007 4 1 Dealer S 1 I 10 71 McOanic-l (3) flnrl Munirn; Gulp i'1-M (7) and HR: NY Wurcer prd Ciry MINOR BALL pd inlernalicinal "Gray led hintsvlf opaiC. Spnrk-s iioicli proved fatal WINNIPEG (CP) Canadian! Lnvcstipaling the four-bout card 15 gilt-heavy weight champion Al which resulted in the death of Sparks of Winnipeg told a jurli- Gray, ;jilegations by Detroit cial inquiry Friday thai he j boxer Jim Christopher that his landed some heavy blows dur- life was threatened if he did not ing his match here with Toronto j throw a fiulit wiih Canadian boxer Stewart Gray Feb. ?l, but rhamninn George at no time did hr think t and njarff's that fight- was in Fr.rious trouble, rrs in Hie prrljrnimiry bouls Sparks marie the In the onr-man inquiry commis- sion of Judge Renjamin Tlnwak, took Hive hr punch Dial knocked out Cray in the seventh EXCLUSIVE ON CABLE T.V. MONDAY, MAY 1st al 8.30 p.m. CHANNEL MOHAMMED AU-CHUVALO FIGHT LIVE FROM VANCOUVER Exclusive closed circuit coverage for cable TV viewers PHONE 328-1222 MOW DAY OR NIGHT For your coble TV hook-up arrangcmenfs round, a left hook lo the right side of Hie head, wasn't ns iinrd us other blows in Ihi- "I thought, he (Gray) was In get up. He starU'rt to rise ftnri Minn flnppdfJ brick into the lying GU.AV C'ONTTM KI> his fir si punch Wfis P bard l.'ift1: in (lie sixth 1ml Gray slayrri on his feel. I'nflcT tjucslionmj! from rorti- mission counsel [Jon Baizioy, Sparks said he was surprised to see Gray hit the canvas nflcr j the lighter punch in ttif; seventh. Tic tpjitifierl lhat from the way I flrny leaving himself open IhrouKhont the Ijruil lo Icft-h.'inrl punches, "I tlioiighl ho ;i s p sychcrl into t hi n k ing I couldn't hurt him." Sparks said he thought it odd the 27-year-olrl hoxcr would leave himself open hccatiF-c "Ihe first thing a fighter learns is to ccver up." 001 DM 040 010 1 7 1 (Ml McGinn