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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IF.THHRlrjGE HWAID Monday. December 6, 1971 liruins ground on Nicklaus lakes over golf lead scores goals for Bisons I'KKSS j Wings 1M and Philadelphia -.rratrhen his i Flyers shut out California eii last lime j Clolden Seals il-ree goals m Saturday Ihe Canadicns lie his first rouled the Canucks 7-0. the .-y League. Stars edged the Flyers S- I. Ihe liruins defeated Toronto Manic Leafs 5-11. I lie Red Wiiigs dropped the Kings 5-1, Ihe lilnes heal Ihe Sahres 5-1 liie Penguins Buffalo's win. Ihe second in iiemher only one Uirec games after snapping a ,m a Kit trick IC-game Insing streak, also scored his first broke a nine-game undefeated Inilach. liie Sabre streak for the North Stars, lead- I'nl "That was Jean ers in the West Division. I4iie The Rangers, afler their upset loss Saturday to the Penguins, some- fans behhid the St. Louis which ended when police inter- games, and Jim itoborts scored bench, marked t'.aui'j at l-'e- vcncd ard removed tlie .spetta- lo deflate the Red Wings. Tin: [roil. and Barclay Plagcr j tors. In between, dary Ungcr, i Keeiestone. a former St. Louis were involved in hrawl 1 with his sixth goal in as i player, scored for Detroit. ORLANDO, Ma. (AP) Jack Nicklaus sfrugged in Sunday will a 70 and took the third- round lead in the open golf lournanicnt being played here when the rest of the chal- lengers backed off. Nieklaus, who muttered "good gracious" as he walked off ihe IBIli green of the (Ul24-yard, par-72 Magnolia coi'rse at the Disney World, had a M-holc tolal of 205, II under par. Rain washed out play Friday so the final round will he played today. Nicklaus held a one-stroke lead over Bert Yancev, who also had a 70 in Sunday's clna- zle Yancey had a 20B lotal, with rookie Lanny W a d k i n s nnd Deane Beman at 207. Wadkins had a M and Beman took the day's best round with a (ili. (jeorge KmuHnn of Toronto was wclfoff the pace with a 71- lill-7-1-215 score. the Montreal who re- f.'anadicns June rebounded Sunday against the Canucks as Ihc. high scormj rum 1 .'.'W Ctilherl, Jean Ralelle in play, indiid- j and Vic Hadfield each scored a inr i goal. vV, amateur with; The Gilbert-I'tmellc-Hadifold Quebec Sen-; line has accounted for at least -ue before he i one goal in 22 of the Rangers' 2o civeii i wo I [A GUIS by the contests and has a total of 53 lions However, according goals and 74 assists. 10 Mil. Ouide. Beliveau Ken Hodge, off to a slow start us thro.' goals in his after scoring 43 goals last sea- rve'il v ben b" got five i son. paced the Bruins with two 'three games, including j goals against the Penguins. Phil fie game and two in Esposito picked up three points j on a goal and two assists and he coached i'.eliveau j now has -M points, tops in the in Quebec f'ilv wciild like to NHL scoring race, think that the" same illustrious Ken Schinkel and Keith Me- career .-mails Ramsay. Buf- CreaiT were the scorers for falo's second choice in the j Pittsburgh. The Boston win last June moved the Bruins into a tie for the Cana- l.wo-game loping streak with its win over the kid the Bruins arc ahead of their -thrco I the Kings, who have lost 21 of j iheir 27 games, tying one. Sunday. Bobby Hull and rookie Dam'! Maggs each scored two goals .s Boston for the Hawks, as goalie Gary fen- j Smith recorded his second shnt- Rlark Hawks j out. ii. Kings 7-0, j A fight, between tu-o of s pored Detroit i Bines' Plager brot-hciT scorers SI.'NflAY TSnffnln Minnesota I I Minnr- r. A'ancnuvrr New Gilbert, 1 Ratellc, Hadfield. 0 o a k; I Connelly, i llostnn -r" Pittsburgh '2. Orr. Ks- popiio, McKcnzio; Piltshiirgh McCrcary, Prono- vivst. St. Louis 2 Drtroit 1 St. Ungcr; Chicuqo 7 Lns Aityolrs n Hull 2. 2, Mikita, D. Hull. Philadclpliia California d V11 i 1 iid f '1 p li i a Keen an, Johnson, Domhoefer. Oli- ver: rilisliui-jli 1 York Ilex- tall. LcJu-. Pronovosl. -Cilhert Hcimil .1 I I Mrlrnil- l.ihrll. P-cvensun. Angi-li-s-Joyal. SI. l.miis lluflalu I S I. I'nger. St. Marseille. R. Pla- ger: CAPP lllg IS i: KDMOVrox K'p.i Hob i counter and rolled over (or shot Pickorini; of Jlilcsiom-. Sask.. I in side of the 12 foot. mndc .-I In.-l-iwk Sim- nichl. .mil ch'fcMtod Harold Worth then tried lo hury his last .slonp, hut it hung in thr Worth (if Di' 7-.-I inj upon in front of lire right fool lhi> ihr PickerinR removed ii with Car liorrpir! a nmiinr. in-inrn. The :-a in t i n t> II was ear I Mrillmllll. Illll I 11! I'll, (Jnnll't i'ainptfll car--, on >'i Ih ,i I IP j 1 four or ra-aoiv, mh vlnlr ivkermK pickri-ins, Cninl. Larry stones. 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