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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IE1HI1KIDGE HERAID Wednesday, December 1. BBf rtf r Macl.MN'F, loaded linn, along with rookie i elgb! gam.s since the Irade i- I'n.ss si-itf Writer Mii-e Mnri-iiv and dcfenccinan up aillitlier score Incsday I SI I mii a i Andre I" Louis. night as the Blues rc-ekcd Cali- M'I'I -'v' Lo'OMio Irad'e if ever a change was as fornia Golden Seals .VI'. .....id a, a ;vst. Mich uas Ihe, In the only olhrr .scheduled of i-.-e of I'X'i'r.s; a failure in New: game. V a n c o u v e r Canucks, York a star in .St. Louis. upset Chicago Black ''r 'Viinr HIM 'I he left winger j Tonight's action has Los An-, York" Kangers fn.in Siid'bury, Ont., teamed j gclos Kings at Montreal Cam-' li.'i- i-.i-l- l-Vcrs- lo v-illi Miirpiiv and centre Harry St. Louis visiting Toronto iU'im- fired his seventh goal in Maple Buffalo .Sahres al I New York, I'itlsburgll Penguins enterlaining Detroit Red Wings I and California in o v i n g in.o hinomui'-'ton, Mini... against Ihe .Vorlh Slars. TO TR.MH: MoCrcary said this ueck thai Slan ilaii IAS. ICgers, a was Ih" key lo the trade so far as Si. Loin.-; uas concerned, re- placing ('.one Carr a> Ihc gleam in flic eyes of lihu-s' manage-1 mem. le The K-i'i Cougars Mill roprc.-'iT.i nortlicrn Jlun- lana iin'i air Ihe reigning cham- This vcar 'he Kremlin High .Scant rl 'joined forces !hc (lilford 'liigh School and will make t'i'-ir -rcend louniev ap- Froni nori.'K'ni Alberta, the F.dmonton Koss Shcppard Thunderoirds v.ill make their r e g n 1 a r appearance under roaeh Pen Meian.'-ehilk. ;Mm the Thimderbirds lailspin and ?hnw a respectable three wins ?nd three ties to move inio a share of fourth in j the VYcs t wilh Philadelphia j and Pittsburgh !'en-j gnins. L'r.gcr. obtained in a trade j i las. year with Detroit. ljuk I Kger's arrival as a slimuhint after a slow start. He contrih- iiicd a .goal, his llth, and as- sisted on scores by Jim Roberts and Egers. The Seals, who have- vein only j one and tied I wo of U games on I I Former world champion Hec- 'wins of Winnipeg, rallied lo lie per- good a last-rock takeout for a 7-6 win. wl the -Mi-or.gcst team to come! Deslislc, Sask., who has Mcrv third in the West with 19 points, CANTCK.S AGGRESSIVE Tnc Ilavks ran into a surpris- ingly aggressive, skating Van- couver club tba! registered its Hawks on Ihc West Coast this season. Dave Balon and Wayne Con- nelly was sent lo tbe Hangers by St. Uniis, scored a goal eaoh 1 Mann of .Saskatoon throwing as did linemate Andre Boudrias. Their i-.am i.ssel will IK j rockSi ft.n 7.r, to Dennis Hull, al of the hcighlh along with n high cah-[ llo, Dccr who also made j second period, offset Baton's bre of bnsketitali. j on rock. i poaj jiuj tt-oj-Cs bv Ccnnclly and in the dav entries and it's knocked off Joe Lbnct.aid of i he title can slay in Edmonton fmm In Iheir second lest of the, wjn moverl Vancouver '.'ou-iirs will bring Dudars edged Lionel a fifih-place iie in the Kasl their teams of Edmonton v.-ith Detreil six point' behind wnTaho have an world champion, led his Col-: v cxpci ic-nced citib and could pos-; to an _ D Hull I ,..i-, .11 uver .Mike Shelest of I rmce 17 B Hum i v.mLyu. I During vear exist- B.C. Matt Baldwin of j Edmonton, a three-time j stowart n.iflian champion and Allwrta's t j represontnJivc in the Canadian cw c. championship earlier this year, j I knocked off Arnold McEwan of DOTS' AND GIRLS' EXCHANGE Our Used Skales Are e SHARPENED e SHINED 6 NEW LACES O SANITIZED PAIR APPROX...... EQUIPMENT EY COOPER AND C.C.M. WE Will TAKE YOUR OLD HOCKEr EQUIPiMENT ON TRADE UTTLE CHIEF HOCKEY STICKS 9Q0 FREE PUCK AND ROLL OF TAPE HIARGEX BERT MAC'S CYCLE ITD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-3221 "Scrvinq Sonlh Alborlo for over 30 yt.'nr5." Open Thurv R Fri. Till 9 p.m. Edmonton 3-5. Gcrvais and Mann arc for- mer winners of this compcti- ST. LOUIS 5 CALIFORNIA 'j-HK choice of Henri Hiohard as caplain of Uic Montreal Canadiens has emerged as the big asset, so far, of coach Scutiy regime. Successor to Jean Bclivcau, Tiie Pocket Rocket is play- ing some of his best hockey in years while leading the Flying Frenchmen in (Iced as well as in the Ic-tler "C" on his jersey. In a recent gair.e in Boston, little Henri challenged Ihe biggest (.1 the bad Bruins, lie clashed with dcfenscmart Dallas Smith and then battled the even larger Ken Hodge, who locked down and disdainfully shoved a glove in Richard's face. The imperturbable Pocket rebounded like gutla porcha and stunned Hedge wilh his counterattack as much as he inspired Ihc Canadiens. Similarly. Terry HaiTicr. the Montreal dercnseman who appears to have never won a fight in his NHL career, dis- played similar courage early in tbe game when he tangled with large Wayne Casliman of Boston. Cashman, one of the league's better boxers nearly destroyed Harper but Terry was as vigorous in Ihe third period as he was in the first while Cashman gradually faded away lo a point where he was unable to lake a regular shift in the critical final minutes of the game. Significantly. Monlreal won it, 3-2. -k The disappointment icr the Canadiens. so far, has been Guy l.aileur. Auditioned on the power play, al right wing and centre, the Quebec Hemparts graduate should have been given a season in the minors before being thrust so rapidly into big-league company and with such overwhelming fan fare. Lafk'ur's pr.'bleir.s underline Ihc difference in quality be- Iwcen tho Ontario Hockey Association's Junior A league and the Quebec Junior circuit from whence Laflcur came. The OIIA, which sent prolific Richard Martin to the Buffalo Sabres, remains clearly superior, lo any ether Junior league in Can- ada in terms of competitive quality. if if manager Sam Pollock erred in promoting in drafting him over, say. Martin the g.m. showed class in his decision lo stay with goalie Ken Dryden; not to men- tion his insight once again demonstrated in the Rogatien Vachon deal. Pollock's acquisition of goalie Dem's DeJordy a belle nelmindor than V'achon ever will be not to mention dt fcnscman Dale Hoganson. Noel Price and forward Doug Rob- inson PLUS a draft choice may be the steal of the century. It has been widely assumed that Los Angeles manage Larry iicgan was responsible for the Kings' deal but NIIL insiders contend that the panic button was pushed in L.A. b none other than Lfls Angeles boss Jack Kent Cookc. If so, it will Ire but another chapter in the saga whicl pnnn.vs the Kings talkative owner as Ihc man who is lorpedc ing his own franchise. It began with his feud with RcJ Kcll} leading to Kelly's departure, and it may end with the pel maneiit burial of the Kings in the west division cellar. Punch Imlaeh's decision lo obtain Roger Crozicr as hi Buffalo gcaltcndcr in exchange for Tom Webster in 1370 ha saved the Sabres and sunk the Red Wings who obtained Web- ster and ovcnturdiy dealt him lo Oakland. Crozicr is playing a Vezina Trophy style goal for team hercfl of defense and checking forwards. Gil Perreaull and Richard Martin have been two of the most, culpable of the P.nffalo forwards their offense is okay but de fense is cbsolcte. As for Crozier. Imlach put it this way; "Roger's go; one big problem; he doesn't know if I'nflalo defence is on his side or the liave Lanaoa eoiei FDW Tf (CP C C h to co i cle II 11 n n I I 11 1 In I I f all 11 I c t pro- to 1 II 1 1 tl le of I I 1 I f I 10100 I I 11 I ro- I 1 I D 1C f 111 11 1 cp- f 1 11 Ml t I 1 1 t j t the r 11 in I I f l tl 1 t four world titles, defeated Ron Hampton of Edmonton 5-4. piny. TIME IS RUNWNG OUT if you want Your Suit For Christmas! FINEST WOOL and FORTREL Fabrics and Styles Tailored to Fit "THE RIGA'S WAY" Or Coordinates of SPORT COAT AND SLACKS DOUBLE KNIT FORTREL OTHER GIFT SUGGESTIONS 'cks for WOOL and Frrlrcrl rioublo Inil i filled ond high slylcd jntkcli Slylis'i -.hirls ond sweaters Uso our Christmas Iny-a-wciy plan now, while our selection is at its finest. One of Ihe hidden problems in Ihc Rangers' bid for first place and The Stanley Cup is the fact that, the New York ers. unlike the Canadiens, Bruins ami Black Hawks almost never practice on their home Madison Square Garden rink The Rangers are forcer! to work out on a rink in Long Island giving the Garden a foreign feel lo them. "It's like playing 7o away games." said a Rangers official. Phil Ksposito succeeded Derek Sanderson as the Boston Bruin with a weekly television show: in Beantowu. Turk' purgcnt commcnlary'on any subject has given way to Espo'. cheery homilies of no consequence whatever, ''f told him.' said one of Espo's cronies, "that he'll have us all yawning U he keeps inviting the Briins on the show as guests and keeps telling their: how great they all arc.'' Four'' author Jim Bouton lias become a more fre- quent observe- of the NHL scene now that he's a regular tele- vision commentator in New York City. His observation of big-league hockey; ''I like hockey players more I ban I do players in oilier They're much more candid than other athletes. I dou'i know uhether il's because they're Canadians or whether it's liccau.-e ol the nature of Ihc sport hockey players are used to exposing themselves physically; and in other areas, loo. games, are a hundred times more fun in person IJiau they are on television. Football is the, opposite. On TV, you can't follow the puck nearly as well. Hockey crowd? arc fantastic: interesting to cover and more emotionally in- volved than other fans. "I h.'iU'n'i hron ihere long enough lo find anything to dis- like ahon; Ihe :porl." obviously, he iiasn t met anv MIL owners yel. Packers .slay without. loss Canada Packers are the only, live timo.s, Frank Popson twice mbcalcn club in Ihc Leshbridgc j and Tom Wright once. Popson, MEN'S BOYS' WEAR 13th St. N. Phono 327-7610 Open Thurs. find Fri. till 9 p.m. Free Parking Rroomball Li Packers, wilh goals John Vaselenak and Hi! lien, edged Honda ;M. Payne scored for Honda Wollorlich won ils liflh game however, was ineligible and the from points were defaulted. Chris- (ionl ers but to up tbe two points because of the use of players ineligible. In the game (in M'wed Coaldale got two goals from Xig Miijchrznk and Danny Fuji- kawa and edged K. Masonry 21. Tom Virostck scored for K. Miisonry. U'lhhridge. (laol got past: the Traders 3-2 while K. Clubbers blanked Lcthbridgo Hold 1-0 on a goal Herb CiuTcn. .9 F78-14 Studded White G78-M Studded While F7B-15 Studded While 070-15 Studded White ;