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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - Monday, December 6, 1971 Bruins gain ground on Caiwdiens ookie scores all the goals for Bisons By TMK CANADIAN PRESS Punch Inilach scratched his bead and recalled Uie last time a rookie scored three goals in the same game lie got his first in the National Hockey League. Tlie reason for the flashback was rookie CraiR Ramsay's three goals Sunday night against Minnesota North Stars, the only goals scored by Buffalo Sabres in their 3-1 win over the North Stars. "I can remember only one other rookie getting a hat buck the night he scored his first NHL goal." Imlach, the Sabre coach, recalled. "That was Jean Beliveau. a long time ago." Beliveau was the Montreal Canadiens star centre who retired from the Canadiens June 9, 1971, after scoring 1,219 points tn regular-season play, including 507 goals. lie was an amateur with Quebec Aces in the Quebec Senior Hockey League before he was given two t.i-youts by the Canadiens. However, according to the NHL Guide, Beliveau scored his three goals in his second tryout when he got five goals in three games, including three in one game and two in another. Imlach, who coached Beliveau in Quebec City, would like to think that the same illustrious career awaits Ramsay, Buffalo's second choice in the NHL's amateur draft last June after starring for Peterborough Petes of the Ontario Hockey Association Junior A series. "ft. was great to see the kid get three goals," Imlach said of Ramsay, recently called up from Cincinnati Swords of the American League. "Ramsay's was genuine hat trick too-three straight goals." In other NHL games Sunday, New York Rangers downed Vancouver Canucks 6-3, Boston Bruins boat Pittsburgh Penguins 5-3. Chicago Black Hawks blanked Los Angeles Kings 7-0, St. Louis Blues edged Detroit Red Wings 2-1 and Philadelphia Flyers shut out California Golden Seals 3-0. Saturday night, the Canadiens routed the Canucks 7-0, the North Stars edged the Flyers 3-1, the Bruins defeated Toronto Maple Leafs 5-3, and the Red Wings dropped the Kings 5-1, the Blues beat the Sabres 5-1 and the Penguins stopped the Rangers 4-2. Buffalo's win, the second in three games after snapping a lC-game losing streak, also broke a nine-game undefeated streak for the North Stars, leaders in the West Division. The Rangers, after their upset loss Saturday to the Penguins, rebounded Sunday against the Canucks as the high - scoring line of Rod Gilbert, Jean Ratelle and Vic Hadfield each scored a goal. The Gilbert-Ratelle-Hadifeld line has accounted for at least one goal in 22 of the Rangers' 25 contests and has a total of 53 goals and 74 assists. Ken Hodge, off to a slow start after scoring 43 goals last season, paced the Bruins with two goals against the Penguins. Phil Esposito picked up three points on a goal and two assists and he now has 44 points, tops in the NHL scoring race. Ken Schinkel and Keith Mc-Creary were the scorers for Pittsburgh. The Boston win moved the Bruins into a tie for second place with the Canadiens, two points behind the first-place Rangers. Ironically, the Bruins are ahead of their pace last season when they amassed a record 121 points. Chicago broke a two-game losing streak with its win over the Kings, who have lost 21 of their 27 games, tying one. Bobby Hull and rookie Darryl Maggs each1 scored two goals for the Hawks, as goalie Gary Smith recorded his second shutout. A fight between two of the Blues' Plager brothers and Weekend scorers SATURDAY Boston 5 Toronto 3 Boston-Bucyk, Leach, D. Smith, Esposito, Walton; Toronto- Ullman, MacMillan, Henderson. Montreal 7 Vancouver 0 Montreal-Lemaire 3, Harper, Laperriere, P. Mahov-lich, Lafleur. Minnesota 3 Philadelplua 1 Minnesota-Drouin 2, Oliver; Philadelphia-Lesuk. Pittsburgh 4 New York 2 . Pittsburgh-Schinkel, Hex-tall, Loiter, Pronovost; New York-Gilbert 2. Detroit 4 Los Angeles 1 Detroit-Volmar 2. Libctt, Berenson, Stackhouse; Los Angeles-Joyal. St. Louis 5 Buffalo 1 S t. Louis-Sabourin 2, linger, St. Marseille, B. Plager; Buffalo-Perreault. SUNDAY Bnffalo 3 Minnesota 1 Buffalo-Ramsay 3; Minnesota-Grant. New York 6 Vancouver 3 New York-Neilson, Gilbert, Ratelle, Hadfield, Tkaczuk, D o a k; Vancouver-Tallon, Connelly, Stewart. Boston 5 Pittsburgh 3 Boston-Hodge 2, Orr, Esposito, McKenzie; Pittsburgh -Schinkel, McCreary, Pronovost. St. Louis 2 Detroit 1 . St. Louis-Roberts, linger; Detroit^-Ecclestone. Chicago 7 Los Angeles 0 Chicago-R. Hull 2, Maggs 2, Mikita, Martin, D. Hull. Philadelphia 3 California 0 Philadelphia-Keenan, Johnson, Dornhioefer. ANDY CAPP I'LL SAV THIS FOR 'lM, MARY, 'E NEVER LEAVES '15 /MISSUS AT 'OME - EVEN WHEN 'E DOESN'T BRING >ER I Bob Pickering is car champ EDMONTON (CP) - Bob Pickering of Milestone, Sask., made a last-rock takeout Sunday night and defeated Harold Worth of Delisle, Sask., 7-5 in the final of the Canadian Open Car Bonspicl. The Saskatchewan r i n k s t'ctc Lied 5-5 coining home after Worth drew for one on the 11th while facing two Pickering stones. With his first rock in the 12th, Worth rnade a brilliant hit and roll to the button, fully behind cover. However, Pickering, five-time Saskatchewan representative to the Canadian championship, ran a 10-foot double to remove the Worth counter and rolled over for shot in the side of the 12 foot. Worth then tried to bury his last stone, but it hung in the open in front of the eight foot and Pickering removed it with a routine in-turn. It was Pickering's first, car triumph, but his third, Garnet Campbell, has won cars on four previous occasions. Pickering, Grant, Larry Mc-Grath at second and lead Sid Gardiner each received a Dodge Colt. In a consolation game, Bill McOallum of Edmonton made a last rock draw to the four foot to edge three-time world champion Ron Northcott- of Calgary 10-8. some fans behind the St. Louis bench marked the game at Detroit. Bob and Barclay Plager were involved in the brawl which ended when police inter- games, and Jim Roberts scored vened and removed the specta- to deflate the Red Wings. Tin: tors. In between, Gar-y linger, Ecclestone, a former St. Louis with his sixth goal in as many player, scored for Detroit. Nicklaus takes over golf lead ORLANDO, Fla. 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