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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thi.ir.rlny, 3, 1970 _ THE Ib'THBRIDGB HERALD Brians beaten in fight tilled game [angers grab share of top By THE CANADIAN PRESS When a hockey team wins most of its games at home and a fair share of those played on the road tho combination often means a playoff berth at the end of the regular schedule. New York Rangers have been using such a combination to good advantage since the 19G6-G7 season when they made the Na- tional Hockey League playoffs nfter missing the four prevlo seasons. Wednesday night they won a other home game, rallying the third period to defeat S Louis Blues 4-2 and extend the MOMMA MIA LOOK AT PAPA Italy's Piero del Papa sails through the ropes after being hit by West Berlin's Horst Benedeno in West Berlin recently. The Italian came back and beat the German challenger to retain his European light heavyweight championship. Wednesday's summaries NEW YORK 4 ST. LOUIS 3 First Period No scoring. Penalty Second Period 1. New York, Ir- vine 7 (Norton) Penalty Wall Tnird Period 2. New York, Slew- art 2 (Stemkowski) 3. St. Louis, Lorentz 2, 4. New York, Ratelle 13 (Stewart, Park) 5. St. Louis, Roberts 6 (Sutherland, Sabourin) 6. New YorK, Balon 12 (Tkaczuk) Penalty Brown Shots on by ei Loull 7 It New YorK .........10 11 15-36 La PITTSBURGH 1 MONTREAL I First Period No scoring. Penal ties _ Hextall, Larose Woytc wich Houle Harbaruk Harper Harper Wals Tardiff Second Period 1. Montreal, Points 8 (Cournoyer, Mahovlich) 2. Pittsburgh, Shlnke] 11 (Morris o" Polls) 3. Pittsburgh, Harbaruk (Schock) 4. Pittsburgh, Schlnke 12 (Polls, McCallum) 5. Moni real, Cournoyer 14 (Redmond) Penalties Blackburn LaPoInte 11-48, Sather, Tardiff majors, Morrl son Mahovllch Bottlers, U of L gain victories The Purity Bottling picked up their second victory in the City Recreation Hockey League as they trimmed the M and K Gen- erals 4-3 last evening. Meanwhile in the second en- counter of tiie evening the U of L Chinooks cruised to a 6-1 win over the defending champion Labor Club. In the first contest D e n n is Oberg paced the Bottlers with TOR SNOW ICE REMOVAL [ICC U3C A HARMLESS TO SHRUBS, GRASS, CEMENT, ASPHALT, CARPET. For more information PHONE 328-5403 OR 824-3373 two goals while John Koshney and Angelo Maufo rammed in singletons. Mauro's marker the mark of the fin a frame broke a 3-3 tie which proved to be the winner. For the Generals Wes Wiebe rammed in two goals while A: Willis banged in ths other. The Chinoooks held period leads of 2-1 and 3-1 as they dumped the Labor Club in the second contest. Tim Negrello and Jim Band were the top scorers for the Chi- nooks with two g o a 1 s apiece while Jerry LeGrandeur and Ni- gel Russel blinked the light once each. For the Labor Club, Stan Maxwell was the only one to beat Chinooks goaltender Wayne Neilson who did a su- perb job in the nets. Only one game is scheduled for Thursday evening when the Chinooks will host St. Basil's at 8 p.m. The Ideal Children's Gift Give A BIKE FOR CHRISTMAS We have the largest stock everl Here Are A Few C.C.M. SWINGER Ideal for boys or girls 3 tires and ball bearing. Extras include kick stand, anc! streamers. to 7 years. Air 3995 HIGH RISE BICYCLES 46 The most popular bike around. 2.3 and f speed models. AS LOW AS..... ,95 WE TAKE TRADES A SMALL DEPOSIT Will HOLD TILL CHRISTMAS BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Avo, S. Phone 327-3221 Open Thurs. and Fri, Till 9 p.m. "Serving Southern Alberta For Over 30 Years" Third Pirlod 6. Montreal, Mahov llch 11 (Cournoyer, Tardif) Pen aides Rupp, Redmond La Points Harbaruk Shots on goal by Montreal 4 10 Pittsburgh ..........11 IB TORONTO 7 LOS ANGELES 0 First Period 1. Toronto, Slttler (Ellis, Harrison) Penalties Ma rotte Pulford Glennie Ul man Second Period 2. Toronto, Ellis 3. Toronto, Keon 11 (Armstrong Penalties Harrison Pelyl Third Period 4. Toronto, Keon 1: (MacMillan) 5. Toronto, Keon 1; (Pelyk, Monahan1) 6. Toronto Ellis 7 (Harrison, Dorey) 7. To- -onto. Oilman 11 (Armstrong) 3enaltles Henderson Sittle Shots on goal by _os Angeles 8 14 Toronto 8 12 12-31 CHICAGO 4 BOSTON 3 First Period 1. Boston, Esposllo 16 (Cashman, Orr1) 5. Chicago Maloney 6 (Martin, Mohns) 3 Chicago, Angotti 3 (Stapleton) 4. Boston, Esposito 17 (McKenzie, Bu cyk) Penalties Cashman :54 Mohns Green Shmyr Awrey, McKenzie, Green, Magnuson "'sppin, Maloney Second Period 5. Chicago, D. Hul 11 (Mikita, Koroll) 6. Boston, Es posito 18 (Hodge, D. Smith) Pen Cities Hodge, Korah C D. Smith Third Period 7. Chicago, D.Hul 12 (Koroll) Penalties Magnu McKenzie, B. Hull Hodge major Orr Magnuson ma- [ors shots on goal by Chicago 10 Boston 10 19 MINNESOTA 1 CALIFORNIA First Period 1. California, Hextal V (Hampson. Ingarfleld) 2.- Min- nesota, Rousseau 2 (Drouin) 3. Minnesota, Grant 11 (Drouin, Golds- worthy) Penalties Gibbs Hexfall Muloin Second Period 4. 'California, Jar- reft 7 (B. Hicke, Vadnais) 5. Min- nesota, Goldswcrthy 2 (Grant, Drouin) Penalties Harris Vadnais Harvey Third Period No scoring. Penal- les Hextall Grant Hex- all major, game misconduct. Feather- stone major, Goldsworfhy game misconduct, Reid major, Grant misconduct Barrett shots on goal by California ..........12 7 7-2( Minnesota ..........17 10 Taber complex to be featured TABER (HNS) The offi- cial opening December 29 of Taber's new recreation complex s to be featured on Hockey fight in Canada. Confirmation has been re- ceived by recreation superinten- dent Hoy Blais that television crews for Hockey Canada will je here on the 29lh to record he events concerning the open- ng, including the million dol- ar complex and interviews with officials responsible for the two- year development. The taped procedures, to be made under the direction of :en Newans, Calgary, will be eatured as intermission ehter- ainment on one of the Hockey "fight in Canada programs early in the new year. Arrangements are also in land for publicizing the opcn- ng of the complex during hoc- cey broadcasts later this month. home-ice streak to 12 games without a wins and three ties. The victory moved the Rangers into a first-place tie in the Eastern Division with Bos- ton Bruins, who were downed 4- 3 by Chicago Black Hawks de- spite the three-goal perform- ance of Phil Esposito, the Bos- ton centre and NHL scoring leader. Both Boston and New York now have 32 points on identical records of 14 wins, five losses and four ties. Another three-goal performer Wednesday night was Toronto's Dave Keon, who scored two of his goals while his team was shorthanded as the Maple Leafs shut out Los Angeles Kings 7-0. In other games, Montreal Canadians and Pittsburgh Pen- guins played to a 3-3 tie and Minnesota North Stors edged California Golden Seals 3-2. The Western-Division Blues also had a streak of their own before their game with the Rangers. Unbeaten in their last five games, they also had a record of seven wins, one loss and three ties against East-Divi- sion teams and until Wednesday night had lost only three games all season, fewer than any other club in the NHL. The Blues still have the few-' est losses in the NHL but the now must share that distinctio with the Black Hawks, who lea the second-place Blues by sfo points in the West. The Blues .held te Rangers in check for the first hvo periods allowing them only one goal, tip-in shot by Ted Irvine at of the second period. But in the third period Ron Stewart, Jean Ratelle and Dave Balon scorer, quick succession to offse third-period goals by Jim Lor entz and Jim Roberts. BRUINS-HAWKS TANGLE Besides Esposito's three goals, the Chicago-Boston gam was marred by a brawl late in the first period with the SCOT tied 2-2. Both benches emptiec after Chicago's Jim Pappin ani Bruin defeneeman Don Awrey came together at the Chicagi Blue line and fists started flying. After tempers cooled, referee John Ashley handed out five- minute penalties to Awrey, John McKenzie and Ted Green of th< Bruins and to Pappin, Keith Magnuson and Dan Maloney o: :he Hawks. Dennis Hull scored two goals or Chicago and the Black Hawks' victory also extendec ;heir unbeaten streak at home :o 13 games. Keon's two shorthanded goals gave him a total of six for the season and left him just one short of the NHL record oi seven shorthanded goals scored in a season by Jerry Toppazzini with Boston during the 1957-58 season. Keon dismissed as stupid any suggestion that he will be out to opple Toppaz2ani's record when reminded he was Hearing the mark. Discussing his penalty-killing assignment, Keon said: "I'm not out there to score goals. If I score (when the are it's an icddent." "If you play it right, then you get the he said. "If you tart gambling (for a then they'll get a point." FIRST LKAF SHUTOUT The shutout was the first this season for the Toronto team and w 74th in the career of Toronto goalie Jacques Plants who also ilayed with Montreal, New York and St. Louis. Pete Mahovlich's goal on a re- xnmd shot midway in the third jeriod gave the Canadiens the ie against the Penguins. Ken Schinkel was top scorer for Pittsburgh with two goals. The Minnesota-California rame also was marred by a ight which resulted in the ban- shment of Minnesota's Bill Goldsworthy and Dennis HextaJJ f California from the game. Tom Reid of the North Stars and Tony Featherstone of the Seals started the brawl near the ilinnesota nets during a Califor- nia power play. Both benches leaned as rights erupted with hree minutes left to play, Goldsworthy scored the win- ing goal for Minneota, his irst in 16 games. In games tonight, St. Louis risits Montreal, Boston plays sabres at Buffalo and Los ingeles meets the Red Wings at Detroit. FANS ON HIS SHOT-Bill MacMillan (23) of Toronto Maple Leafs appears to fan on a shot as Los Angeles Kings' goalie Jack Norris drops to his knees in National Gervais nearly eliminated Hockey League action in Toronto Wednesday. Toronto blanked the Kings 7-0. Merv Mann got his revenge EDMONTON (CP) Mer Mann of Saskatoon gained venge for defeat in last year' final when he beat defendin NOT ENOUGH Phil Es- posito's thrco goals weren't enough for the Boston Bruins as they lost 4-3 to Chicago Black Hawks Wednesday evening. Esposito leads the NHL scoring race. Backus hopes lie won't be all alone SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) 3illy Backus hopes he won't be onely on the biggest night of lis life tonight when he tries to rin the world welterweighl hampionship from f a v o r e c lose Napoles. "Nobody ever comes to the oser's dressing said Jackus who once quit the ring jecause losing was becoming a habit. Napoles also was worriec about people not being arounc mt he was concerned about how many of them would be in the Onondaga War Memorial's eats for the scheduled 15-roun- ler set for 8 p.m. MST. The promoter hopes for a _rowd of for ..Napoles' ourth title defence. Napoles is guaranteed with Backus o get 18 per cent of the net. Win or lose, Backus said he would not quit fighting as he did 1965 after losing three Might. To earn this title shot Backus compiled a record of 21 victo- ies against three losses and a Iraw to gain the No. 2 welter- weight contender ranking from wth tto World Boxing Associa- on and Ring Magazine. His ver-all record is 28-HH. Napoles, since turning pro 12 ears ago, has registered 59 vic- ories against four defeats and e has WOT his last 20 fights, 17 y knockout. GOING TO CALGARY? Stay at STETSON VILLAGE MOTEL TV TWIN BEDS PHONES 100 Avenue and Macleod Trail PHONE 253-1196 COLLECT champion Vic Wintoniak of Ed- monton (M, in the Canadian Open car bonspiel Wednesday night. Mann qualified for the 16- rink playoff which starts to- night. One irp after seven ends, Wintoniak tried to steal the eighth, but his strategy failed when Mann executed a spec- tacular raise takeout for three points. It was Wintoniak's first de- feat in a car bonspiel in two seasons. Also emerging into the A event from qualifying rounds were Glen Pierce of Burnaby, B.C., Harold Worth, of Des- lisle, Sask., and Gil Myer o] Edmonton. Four more were to qualify in Rainbow event adds seniors While 32 rinks will battle it out for top honors in the 15th annual Rainbow bonspiel this weekend some 16 senior rinks will also compete for prize money totalling What fa hoped to become an annual event has been added to the Rainbow. This year's senior bonspiel will be called the Half- Century with all members of each rink having to be 50 years of age or over. The senior competition will commerce Friday afternoon at one o'clock with the first of hvo Elainbow draws to follow at 'our. The second Rainbow draw Friday goes at seven. Some of the names ready to compete in the Half Century include Aubrey Gore of Milo with Louis Maffioli the skip. Stu Beagle and Lyle Liebert, both of Calgary, will be on hand as will Ted Rudd of Wrentham. A foursome of Left- bridge rinks, Cliff Forry, Bernie Jordan, Bill Groos and Nick Wolfe, will carry the host club honors. Meanwhile in the Rainbow Ron Northcott of Calgary is the pre spiel favorite but should receive stiff competition from Bruce Stewart of C a 1 gary, Larry Frandsen of Medicine Hat and Stan Montgomery of Moose All have competed in the Rainbow before. Action in both bonspiels will continue all day Saturday with the finals set for the Leth- bridge Curling Club Sunday afternoon. I the B event and eight In Uw 0 event today. Still in the B event were Bob Pierce of Milestone, Sask., George Fink of Calgary, Clare De Blonde of Winnipeg and Ron Anton, Neil Fleming, Doug Derby, Lloyd Gerhart and Win- toniak, all of Edmonton. Alive in the C event were Sam Richardson of Regina, Alf Schwank of Camrose, Alta., Al Delmage of Yellowknife, N.W.T., Al Dudar of Winnipeg; Doug Wankel of Elbow, Sask., Joe Blanchard of Grande Prai- rie, Ron Nattress of Lloydmin- ster, Sask., Don Melntyre, Mike O'Reilly, Lloyd Christen- son, John Trout, Norm Pliuess, Bob Hawkins, Matt Baldwin, Bill McCellan, Wes Montgom- ery and Tom Bahniufc all of Edmonton and Hector Gervais of a.. Albert, Alta. Earlier Wednesday, Gervais, the 1961 world curling cham- pion, was reduced to his last life when he lost 7-6 to Lloyd Christenson of Edmonton. Nijinsky top Iiorse LONDON (Reuter) Ameri- can Charles Engelhard's colt Nijinsky, the first Triple Crown winner in England in 35 years, ias been selected Britain'i Race Horse of the Year. All but two of the 40 reporters on the selection committee for the Racecourse annual award nominated Nijin- sky. He was unbeaten in his first .1 races before losing the last ;wo and being retired to stud. 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