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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thuriday, December 5, 1974 WE ARE NOW ACCiPTIW REGISTRATIONS FOR 1975 CHARTERS TO EUROPE ALSO LONDON TO CALQAHY Register now with ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CtntreVIHMtftUII Herald Sports LETHIMME OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbrldge, Alberta Phone (403) 321-7411 ADDING MACHINES Solid team effort Boutin hot for Broncos By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Lethbridge Broncos, to a man, went from the doghouse to the dining room in one easy lesson Wednesday night at the Sportsplex. Broncos, upon returning from a rather dismal three- game excursion into B.C., were heavily criticized by coach Earl Ingarfield. jj The biggest problem was that no one was hitting. Well, it took just 26 seconds Wednesday night for the Broncos to start hitting and after 60 minutes were done they had chalked up an impressive 5-0 Western Canada Hockey League victory over the Brandon Wheat Kings before paying customers. "It was by far our best all-round performance of the year from a defensive said Ingarfield, obvious- ly pleased with his charges. Ingarfieid heaped praise upon his netminder Rollie Boutin, who handled 30 Brandon shots flawlessly for his first shutout. "Rollie made some big stops in the third period to preserve his commented but he also made some big ones in the first and second when we had one and two goal leads." Broncos led 1-0 after one period and 2-0 after two before putting the game away in the third. Ingarfield lauded his defencemen, saying that they were just great. "Our defencemen showed the way he said. "The defencemen started hitting and the forwards just followed suit. Our wingers were coming all the way back. It was just a 110 per cent effort from everyone." Boutin was full credit for his shutout. He had some anx- ious moments late in the game. Dan Bonar broke in front of the net all alone but Boutin stood his ground and made a brilliant, sprawling stick save off the Wheat King forward, with left in the game. Bob Mullatt hit the post with 22 seconds left and then John Lutz smothered a loose puck in a scramble in front with eight seconds showing on the clock. Five players shared in the Bronco scoring, Bryan Trot- tier, Jerry Bancks, Les Crozier, Alec Tidey and Darcy Chiefs triumph KAMLOOPS, B.C., (CP) Kamloops Chiefs outlasted Winnipeg Clubs for a 7-6 vic- tory in Western Canada Hockey League action Wednesday night. The teams were tied 1-1 after the first period but went on an eight goal spree in the second with the Chiefs coming out ahead 6-4. KAMLOOPS 7 WINNIPEG 6 First Period: 1. Kamloops, McAlortey (Young. Dyer) 2. Winnipeg, Skinner (Lash, Wagner) Penalties Hatheway K (misconduct) Zinger K Anning W Moores K Eakin W Second Period: 3. Kamloops, Moores Zinger 4. Kamloops Zinger (Moores, Flockhart) 5. Kamloops, Ferner (Gassoff) 6. Winnipeg, Allan (Plauffe) 7. Kamloops, Ferner (Lyseng) 8. Winnipeg. Greenbank (McCarthy) 9. Anzezlu (Lash, Eakin) 10. Kamloops, McDonald (Gassoff, Kerr) Penalties Robinson K Lash W Girardln W Robinson K Kerr K, Rollins W Third Period: 11. Winnipeg, Skinner (Brydges, Lash) 12. Kamloops, Zinger, (Moores, Kerr) 13. Winnipeg. Greenbank (McCarthy, Rollins) Penalties Gallimore K McAloney K, Lash W Shots on goal by Winnipeg 11 11 13 Kamloops 9 24 13 Goal Nemetchek, Winnipeg, Earp, Kamloops. Attendance Regier as they fired 39 shots at Brandon netminder Glen Hanlon. Trottier got the only goal the Broncos needed, as it turn- ed out, with his 20th goal of the year at the mark of the opening period. Trottier fed a lead pass to linemate Brian Sutter who in turn gave it back to Trottier at the side of the net. Hanlon foiled Trottier on his initial try but the Bronco captain fired the rebound past him. Bancks, the game's second star behind Boutin, backhanded a shot high into the top left hand corner of the net over a sprawling Hanlon at of the second period. Bancks, who scored three goals in New Westminster Sunday, picked up a rebound off the Brandon post and fired it high into the net. Broncos, holding on to a slim 2-0 margin put the game away with three goals in less than two minutes in the final stanza. Crozier got his first goal of the year for the locals as he slammed in a pass from Bancks at the mark. Crozier's marker was the end result of tenacious forechecking by himself, Bancks, Steve Lee and Wade Smith. Tidey, reunited with Trottier and Sutter, camped himself in front of the Wheat King net and converted a pass from Trottier. Most of the work on the goal was done by Sutter as he knocked Brandon defenceman Rick Piche off the puck allowing Trottier to set up Tidey. Trottier and Piche, who had exchanged glances more than once during the game, went off at the mark for highsticking and just three seconds later, at Regier, right from the faceoff, fired a blistering shot over the shoulder of Hanlon to close out the scoring. Broncos got the nod on nine of 15 minors while the two clubs split four majors. Broncos, with the win, move into second place behind Saskatoon Blades. "It was a good one to added Ingarfield, "if we can knock Flin Flon Bombers off Saturday we're right back hounding Saskatoon." Broncos host Flin Flon Saturday night at eight at the Sportsplex in their only Saturday night game of the year. LOOSE PUCKS It was a happy Dean Samis in the Bronco dressing room Picked the third star of the game Samis and his defensive mates deserved to take a few bows Ingarfield was all smiles as he read where his club had chalked up 41 hits "We've had games were we had only he said John Lutz led the way with nine belts Regier took part in his first real skirmish of the season and literally battered Darry Stevens of the Wheat Kings about.. The crowd of was somewhat misleading as there were over on hand but over 600 were guests of the Broncos Bronco penalty killers were superb Wednesday as they held Brandon off the scoresheet on six occasions. LETHBRIDGE 5 BRANDON 0 First Period: 1. Lethbridge, Trottier (Sutter. Tidey) Penalties Lutz Bradbury B Delorme L Bancks L, Melnyk B, (minor, Second Period: 2. Lethbridge, Bancks (Regier. Smith) Penalties Ashton B Morgan L Melnyk B, Morgan L Ashton B, Morgan L, Henderson L Third Prlod: 3. Lethbridge, Crozier (Bancks, Smith) 4. Lethbridge, Tidey (Sutter, Trottier) 5. Lethbridge, Regier (Sutter) Penalties Tidey L Trottier L, Piche B Stevens B, Regier L, Shots on goal by Brandon 7 11 12 30 Lethbridge 11 13 15 39 Goaltenders Hanlon, Brandon; Boutin, Lethbridge. Attendance Just in time for INSTANT SUIT SALE! A select group of stock size suits at a great Pre- Christmas Saving. n 10 ton 20 SUITS SPECIAL SUITS SPECIAL 83 50 50 CHOOSE FROM OUR GREAT SELECTION OF: MEN'S TIES Ideal for gift giving. PRICED ATO andS LET US SOLVE YOUR Christmas Gill Problems with a GIFT CERTIFICATE available for any amount SPECIAL! ODD DRESS SLACKS Regular 22.50 Clearing at........ 14 95 ENGLISH SCOTCH WOOLLEN M Suiting the man-of-the-world THE STARS, LEFT TO RIGHT, JERRY BANCKS, ROLLIE BOUTIN AND DEAN SAMIS Foggo tops in scoring SASKATOON (CP) Tom Bishop of University of Calgary Dinosaurs made the biggest advance of last week in the Canada West University Athletic Association Men's Basketball League scoring race, say statistics released Wednesday night. He managed 40 points in an 83-78 victory over University of Lethbridge Pronghorns to move to third place from sixth with an average of 19.8 points a game, compared with a mark of 16.7 a week previously. Simpson trails Rick Foggo of Lethbridge, who has a league leading mark of 21.6 points a game, and second place Steve Pettifer of University of British Colum- bia Thunderbirds. Lyle Leslie of Calgary leads in field goal percentage and Phil Letham is tops in free throws. Roger Ganes of University of Saskatchewan is the top rebounder with an average of 12 a game. 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