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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, April 30, Black Hawks bounced 83 ie power wice sn I MONTREAL (CP) A black- (big explosive play at the start trying to force the play into the out ths opening faceoff of the Stanley Cup final Sunday ES far as Billy coach of the Chicago Black Hawks, v.as concerned a much more serious power failure occurred later on. ''The lights went out on us in the third Reay said, shortly after Montreal Cana- diens struck for four goals in six minutes in the final session en route to an 8-3 win in the first game of the best-of-seven series. Jacques Lemaire's second goal of the game at trig- gered the explosion, completed by goals by Peter Mahovlich at Frank Mahovlich at and Chuck Lefley's second of the game and playoffs at which drove Hawks' goaltender Tony Esposito to the bench in favor of Gary Smith. Jacques Laperriere and Marc Tardif scored goals in the first period for the Canadiens, who play host to Chicago in the sec- ond game of the series Tuesday night at MDT. The Hawks, West Division champions during the regular National Hockey League sea- son, surprised the Canadians and many of the fans at tha Forum as they motored into a 2-0 lead with only 62 seconds gone. Pit Martin opened the scoring with his first of two goals, when he beat Montreal goalie Ken Dryden low on the stick side at the 35-second mark and only 27 seconds later, former Cana- diens' centre Ralph Backstrom r.ade it 2-0 were looking for the and they made it work.'1 Dry- Montreal zone. The strategy den noted. "They sent their for- i cost them on tha third goal as wards in behind our defen- speedy Yvan Cournoyer raced ccmen and then they got the into the Chicago zone, drew Es> puck up to the forwards.1' I posito to the left of the net and That was exactly what hap- i centred the puck past a sprawl- pened on Martin's second goal j ing Stapleton to Lefley who had as he took a pass from Whitey Stapleton well behind the Mon- ti eai defence and slipped the puck past Dryden to restore th2 Hawks a 3-2 lead at In between however. Lap- erriere. who suffered a broken no trouble dumping the puck into the yawning cage. The goal came at and it was not until that Mon- took the lead when Le- raair? got his sixth goal of the playoffs on a play which the nose midway through the open- j Hawks claimed was offside but ing session, and Tardiff h a d that linesman Neil Armstrong evened the score for Canadians, isaid and the videotape replays Laperriere blasted a shot showed was all right. from just ins'de the blueline at which Esposito said he 'didn't see." Tardif then tied the score at just after hs was reeffed into the boards by the Hawks' Eili White. After he picked him- self up, the Montreal left winger moved into the slot and was in perfect position for Guy Lafleur's pass and backhanded the puck by Esposito. For a good part of the game, the Hawks' defencemen were playing up around centre ice, Broncos "I don't know what happen- ed'1 Stan Mikila said. "My glove wasn't cut. All I know is I put my hands un to brace myself the check. The finger was placed in a curved splint and Mikila said he did not know whether he could play Tuesdav. Laperriere's scatus is doubtful as well fo- Tuesday's second game. The lanky rearguard had been out of the Montreal lineup since April 17 with a groin in- jury and only decided at 10 a.m. Sunday that he was ready to "it was a really bad said Bowman. "It was smash- ed all over his face. He has been unlucky this season. We'll! Haivks on top The Chicago Black Hawks were on top a coupie of times Sunday 'n thsir 8-3 set- back at the hands of the Montreal Canadiens. This was one of them as Ralph Backstrcm lands on top of Jacques Lemaire in second period action. Montreal leads the best-of- seven Stanley Cup final 1-0. two Alberta title for Pedersen LLOYBMINSTTR, Alta. (CP) Roe of Red Deer and Brenda Pedersen of Lethbridge Saturday captured Alberta high school bowling championships. Roe produced a total of 479 pins in six games for an average of 247 while his fe- male counterpart averagad 263 on a total pin-fall of for the girls' title. Red Deer won the boys' team title with 6.648 and Lethbridge won the girls' team tit'e with The mixed championship went to Calgary with pins. Kalie Pedrrni. Pedersen's teammate, was third. Pedersen, along with her sin- gles triumph, anchored the southern girls team to victory. With Pedersen were Linda Mal- comson. Nadine Kovac. Karen Cook of Turner Vallev and Kathy Coupeland of Pincher Creek. Suzan Wolstoncroft was the coach of the gals team. More sport on page 10 WINNIPEG goals late in the third period Sundoy gave Penticton Broncos a 5-4 win over Portage La Prairie Terriers and a 3-1 lead in their best of seven Western Can- ada Centennial Cup final. Fifth game in the series will be played tonight in Winnipeg. Penticton appeared to take charge from the opening whis- tle, building up a 3-0 lead. But the Terriers refused to be skat- ed off the ice and tied the game 3-3 midway through the final period. Pent'cton opened the scoring when Greg Milliard slipped a screen shot past Portage goal- tender John Memryk for the only goal of the opening frame. Bob Nicholson, how ever, If Laperriere cannot suit up, then Bob Murdoch, the former Canadian national team mem- ber, will dress in his place. Following Tuesday's game, the series shifts to Chicago for games three and four Thursday l see how I Kemmet ivins senior boys'1 title EI.RICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East New York Chicago Pittsburgh Philadelphia Montreal St. Louis W 12 11 8 9 7 3 L Pet. 6BL .600 .'79 .571 .too .389 .167 WfSf 18 i .7JO 13 8 .619 14 10 .593 11 11 .500 7 13 .350 7 15 .318 V2 2 4 8 4 6 9 10 San Francisco Cincinnati Houston Los Angelas Atlanta San Diego SUNDAY New York 000 I'O 1 7 0 Atlanta .000 000 040 Koosman (4-0) and Grote; Morion (l-Oi, 350 Los Angeles 001 100 Oakland 1C1 442 "'ittsburgh 001100 1 8 1 i wicNslly (3-3) and Williams; Hun- Osfeen (2-2) and Yesger; Ellis (3-1) and May. Montreal too 000 8 0 Houston 010 100 5 0 Torrez, Marshall (1-3) Walker '9) and Boccsieils; Wilson, Ray O-D) end Edwards, Howard HRs: Singleton Hou (2) Kasting edged by Holmes Fingers (.9) and Fosse. HRs: Bando SATURDAY Minrasota COO Ml 3 t 1 New York 202 002 14 I K52t (3-1) Dec'-cr (6) Strickland (8> Sanders (S'l ana Mitferwald; Med- ich (2 0) end Munroi. HRc: (2) and M. Alou Nettles SATURDAY Sin Francisco 100 000 1 i 0 St. Louis OCO WO 0411 Willoughby (2-1) seoeul (9) and Rad- Chicago 101 000 er; Cleveland '0-3) and Simmons. HR: said' EDMONTON ''Special) Breccia Holmes of Edmonton made a smashing her 15th birthday Friday, swam was. knew and everyone else in the building knew-Armstrong durin" tne blew that The Hav.-ks claimed that Tar- dif took the puck offside before feading it to Lemaire who fed it to Henri Richard who returned the pass to Lemaire who was in the open. HAD CLEAR VIEW Armstrong said he had a clear view of the play and have made the same cal (o three In-dividual victories with a time of 1.02 9 while four ard picked up a pair of see- girls, led by Lisa Meehan, corn- success of ends in the five events in which j pleted the 200-yard msdley her debut as a sencr swiff1 mer, she comoeted. It was enough relay in setting a new in an invitational meet here to earn her the senior women's mark for that event. aggregate trcphy by a one Miss Holmes, who celebrated point margin over V.'endy Kast- 100 times over again. "It's a judgment said the NHL's ref eres-in-chief. "He caHed it the picked up a loose puck and lift- way saw ed a backhand shot into the Portage net with less than five minutes remainfag to give the Alberta-Brilish Colunbii cham- was neHin but that his TO.5 the luls- l now ,the woud doesn i reall-v pious the go ahead goal. Chad Campbell added an insurance marker with 16 seconds re- maining. Portage coach Murray Mac ter." Despite goal was the the fact Lemaire's eventual game- winner, it wasn't the thing thaf lost the game for the Black Hawks. Their inability to play Pherscn said it's not easy to well in the third period particu look at the prospect of having i larly for that six-minute span to win three straight games but cost them deadv added: "Tf UP nlav throo n? MONTREAL 8, CHICAGO 3 11 we piaj tnree periods of i First pcrod _ CnicaBO hockey like we did in third i HUIIJ 2. i period tonight. anything can I cage, SJa'er 12.07. Penticton coach Don also didn't count the Terriers cut of the series and expressed surprise with the pace main- tained by both clubs in the hot, humid arena. I'or Milliard, playing Von j Tardif 4 Houfe' Chi- "artn 7 (Stapleton, White) nslties MarKs Second Period 6. Montreal, Le- fley 1 (CoLTraver, Lemaire) 7. Mcntresl, Lcmaire 5 (Richard, Tar- dif) Penalties Russell 3.31, Kcrcll U 35. Third Period e. Montreal, with maire !P- "tehovlich) 9. Von ation. it was his first goal in 29 ON GOAL BY playoff games. 15 1} 7-31 to move up to Radial tire mileage and ride. A proven W'nne' The wuJe deep tread des'Q" anc ori.al long-flnJeage tn irhpaci and puncture resisumcp and a srriooiti smooih ndt MILE RADIAL GUARANTEE Tircstonc RADIAL V-1 Native Sons edged by Nanton 10-8 ing of Le'hbridee, who had three individual vicWies. Miss Kasting lowered her own Alberta records in both the 100 and 200-yard back- Miss Meehan, who won the junior aggregate trophy with four individual victories, was 7 001 OM 1 11 1 Foster '7) and Herr- mann; Tiant (2-2) snd Fisk. Philadelphia COO WO 1 t Cincir-fiaii KO 030 0 I 0 i City 090 OC4 T f t Ruthven (1 f) Wllscn '81 Scarce Dairoit 000 004 4 10 Sid Some; snd Hundley. Oakland 7 J Pslrrer (1-1) and Williams, Holti- man (3-2) and Fcsse. HRs: 1. HR: Lss Angeles followed in the relay by Lucy Piper, Kindel Todd and Beth Feraudin. The junior boys aggregate strokes, both times chased to, trophy went to Dorcy Vaughn Experience played a key role as the Lethbridge Native Sons dropped a hard-fought 10-8 de- cision to the Nan ion Blazsrs in exhibition lacrosse action in Piccher Creek Sunday after- noon. The Blazers were obviously j radian record of heM by the more experienced squad as Janice Stenhoiise of Vancouver they had five players who toil-............... the finish by Miss Holmes, who, of Calgary with four first and the youngest member of Olympic team in Mun- ich last year. Miss Holmes broke one Al- berta ODen record during the weekend by swimming t't 400- yard freestyle in a time of The previous Alberta record, set bv Sandra Smith of Edmon- ton in 3971, was Miss Hclmss ei.sht- terths of a second off the Ca- 001 on 3 j 100 OM 262 snd Ferguson, Briles (0-2) Giusti (9) and May. Montreal .....ICO 100 3 11 4 Houston ooo ooo s o Renko (1-1) (6) and Boc- csbella; Giaddlno (2-0 (7) ected to cany much of the oad this year. established open mark both and an Alberta age group standard by completing the 200-yard breaststroke in Both swimmers were compet- ing in the 13 ard 14 age- groups, although their record- breaking performances in the longer events came in senior competition. The other national age-group records brol'Tfi were ifl the 10-and-rader category and both were by California swimmers. Steven Kah] broke the mark in the boys' 100-yard freestyle1 Koosman, New York, Billingham, Cincinnati, W L F 1 0 8 o a The Lethbridge Boxing Club! Home Runs Stargell SUNDAY sent four fighters to Calgary j Houston' Over the Weekend to compete i Runs Batted In Morgan, Cincln in the provincial boxing champ- jnafi' Wynn- i ionships and all four cams Pitching home winners. Two of the lo- j cals didn't even work up a' SUNDAY sweat. I Carmen Rinke won the 145- STANLEY COP STANDINGS pound senior class while Char- FINALS lie Prongua won the 156-pound novice title. Both fighters were Chicago walk-over champs as there was LEADERS: not an opponent for either of them. But the case not same for Conrad Sincennes and Wayne Soenen. Sincennes got past Ray Che- aiko of the Boy's Cougar Club in Edmonton. Sincennes, for his efforts, was awarded the bsst all around performance trophy. Sincennes fights in the 132- pound division. Letbbridge's fourth win was New E ,and chalked vp by Wayne Soenen Winnipeg in the 139-potnd junior class, j Rinke, despite not having an I opponent, still earned the right! travel to Winnipeg for the HUI. w western Canada champion- ships. 45 3 16 .3SS 68 8 .353 38 2 13 .342 50 10 17 Fisk, Boston, Spikes, Clevland, Melton, Chi- '353 KW' (6) !'ed v'ith I In Mayberry, Kan- City, Melton, Chicago, Pifchl'n t3> dcc'sions Patll, Texas, (3 01 (1 Cclsman, Detroit, f Hull, CM the Cournoyer, Mil F. MahovKch, AMI Martin, CM Stapleton, CM Lsmaire, AWI Mikita, Chi Pappin, Chi Mfl Perresut, Btf Savard, AWI WORLD FINALS ASSOCIATION HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY National Montreal 8 CKcago 3 Montreal leads test of seven Stan- lay Cup final l-o World Enpland 7 Winnipeg 2 England leads test of seven final 1-0 Allan Cup Thunder Bay 7 Orillia 5 B3ft-o'-five Eastern final tied 1-1 P St. Boniface 7 Spokane 4 21 Best-of-se-.-T western final fled 3-S C i Quebec Junior 5 Cornwall 0 i Quetec wins test-of-seven final 4-S Centennial Cup Fpmbrck" St. Jerome 0 Pemtrc''? v.-irs Eastern final 4-1 Pci'ic'CT 5 P.-rtsne la Prakie 4 Penticton Western final J-l Western Canada Medicine Hat 6 Saskatoon 3 Meti'clns Hat wins eight-point ter- ies 3-0. two ties SATURDAY Western Phoenix 4 Salt Lake 3 Isaes final i Central Dallas 0 Omaha wins t-est-of-seven final 4-3 I Allan Cup L F A Pfs Orillia 8 Thunder Bay 7 0 7 2 21 0'IWa leads best-ot-five eastern 1270 final 1-0 OAT 12 IS A 15 9 14 7 14 11 13 6 12 8 12 IN THE OTHER ROOM, FLO. 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