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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, December 16, 1974 AUSTRALIA and SOUTH PACIFIC FARMERS and RANCHERS TOUR Dipirturtf Priced it per perion Double Occupancy. Alrtire, Accommodation, ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-8144 The Herald Sports TROTTIER MAKES LAXTON COME UP WITH A SAVE WHILE RON DELORME, ALEC TIDEY, BRYAN TROTTIER, BRIAN SUTTER Fourth straight triumph for locals AND ARCHIE HENDERSON HAM IT UP IN THE DRESSING ROOM AFTER THE GAME. Broncos wrap up Bruins nice and Tide By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Turn about, they say. is fair play. If you can't be hospitable to me, expect the same in return. Lethbridge Broncos gave New Westminster Bruins a lesson in hospitality Sunday evening at the Sportsplex before a gathering of and the Bruins didn't like it one bit. "They did it to us when we visited said a very pleased Earl Ingarfield. coach of the Lethbridge club. Ingarfield was referring to a 10-5 lacing at the hands of the Bruins in New Westminster two weeks ago. Sunday night, however, Ingarfield's Broncos put on another solid effort as they trounced the Bruins 8-3 in Western Canada Hockey League action. "The last time we were in New Westminster we had just played two tough games in as many nights and the Bruins simply pushed us added Ingarfield. "But not Sunday night." Broncos, led by the line of Alec Tidey. Bryan Trottier and Brian Sutler, built up period leads of 3- 0 and 6-1. Ingarfield indicated that the win Sunday, on the heels of Friday's big 6-4 triumph over Medicine Hat Tigers, will give the Broncos the momentum they need for their trip to Saskatoon. Brandon and Win- nipeg this week. "Those were two big ones for us-" said the coach as he congratulated his charges. The Tidey. Trottier and Sutler threesome scored seven of the eight Bronco goals as they dominated play throughout. Tidey hit for three goals while Trottier and Sutler each added two. All together the line chalked up 13 scoring points as Tidey had two helpers to go with his goals and Trottier, and Sutler also had two apiece. Jerry Bancks got the other Lethbridge marker in the third period. "It might not have been the said a happy Bancks in the dressing room after, "but did you see those nriu-'es'.'" Kelly Secord, with a pair, and Barry Beck with a singleton, replied for the Bruins. Broncos pul on a powerful offensive display as they tested Bruin netminder Gordon Paxton 54 times, including 21 times in the third period. Bruins managed 31 shots on Broncos' Rollie Boutin. Bruins got the nod on nine of 15 minor penalties called in the game. The two clubs split six majors while Mike Sleep of the coast club received the game's only misconduct. Broncos set the tempo of the game early Sunday as they scored twice on power plays and once while shorthanded. Sutler led Ihings off with a power play effort at the mark of the opening stanza. Tidey took a shot from the point which Sutler directed behind a helpless Laxton. Tidey came right back five minules later, again on a power play, with his shot from the point that Laxton didn't touch. Friday night Sutler and Trottier combined on a shorthanded effort thai took a lot of the starch out of the Tigers. They did it again Sunday. With Archie Henderson off for tripping Trottier stole the puck in the Bronco end. pulled bolh Bruin defenders to him as he crossed into Bruin territory and then simply slid the puck to Sutter who was alone in front of a beaten Laxton. Trotlier got his two goals within 55 seconds in the second period. Clayton Pachal. in an attempt to kill time, dropped a pass back into his own end. only to see it end up on Trottier's stick. A startled Trottier slipped when he got the puck, got up and fired a low shot past Laxton. That goal came at At Trottier left a drop pass for Tidey as the two crossed the Bruin blueline. Tidey fired a hard shot that Laxton stopped but he let the rebound trickle away and Trottier pounced on it and it was 5-0. Tidey made it 6-0 with a goal from the corner of the net after taking a Trottier pass from the side. Secord fired the puck past Boutin with less than two minutes left in the second period. But the damage had been done. Tidey locked up his hat trick to open the third and then Bancks, from goalie Boutin, made it 8-1 before. Secord and Beck tallied for the Bruins. Broncos play in Saskatoon Tuesday evening then head for Brandon Thursday and Winnipeg Friday. LOOSE PUCKS It was a laughing, cheering Bronco dressing room Sunday "The Broncos are starting to said Darcy Regier Boutin felt Bancks' goal was the nicest of the night Would you think the fact Boutin got an assist on it might have helped form his opinion? Ernie McLean had his guys running at the Broncos as he saw the game was out of reach Henderson and Beck, the Bruins' tough guy, exchanged a few blows in the third period No real damage except it marked the first time Arch had been hit in a fight.. Trottier, first star Friday and the second star behind Tidey Sunday hammed it up Sunday Talking into the trophy he received from the Hockey Hounds Trottier gave it the old "I would like to say hi to mom and dad back in Va! Marie and to my girlfriend who will be listening Things were not as noisy in the New Westminster dressing room. BRONCOS 8 NEW WEST 3 First Period: 1. Lethbridge. Sutter (Delorme. Tidey! 2. Lethbridge, Tidey (Sutter, Delorme) 3. Lethbridge. Sutter (Trottier) Penalties Johnson L Shinske NW McNeice NW Henderson L Smith L Second Period: 4. Lethbridge, Trottier 5. Luiho.lijcie. Trottier (Johnson, Tidey) 6. Tidey [Trottier) 7 Westminster, Secord (Shinske, Cameron) Penalties Derry NW Hochstetter NW Bradley NW Gillespie L Sleep NW (minor) (misconduct) Sutter L. Cameron NW (majors) Third Period: 8. Lethbridge, Tidey (Smith, Wagner) 9. Lethbridge, Bancks (Boutin) 10. New Westminster. Secord (Shinskey. McNeice) 11. New Westminster, Beck (Berry) Penalties J. McNeice NW Luiz L Henderson L Sleep NW Jobson L, Henderson L. Beck NW. Bradley NW (majors) Shots on goal by New West 8 G Lethbridge 17 16 New Westminster; Bouton. STAMPEDE WRESTLING Exhibition Pavilion TONIGHT! P.M. 1 N.A. TITLE BOUT: THORNTON vsQUINN KELLY TWINS vs HITO KAMATA STRONG IVEY vs HART YAGI LANE vs KLOKEID S2.50 Clubs manage deadlock, snap nine-game drought THE CANADIAN PRESS The high-flying Saskatoon Blades emerged from a pair of weekend Western Canada Hockey League games with a win and a tie, but the big boost went to the team on the other end of the tie. The 3-3 tie at Winnipeg Saturday night broke a nine- game losing streak for the Clubs, cellar-dwellers in the Eastern Division with 18 points. The Blades lead the division with 41. The Clubs played to another 3-3 draw Sunday night, at Re- gina with the Pats. In other Saturday games, New Westminster Bruins beat Medicine Hat Tigers 6-2 and Flin Plon Bombers beat the visiting Brandon Wheat Kings 3-1. The Bombers downed the Wheat Kings 5-3 Sunday, the Blades beat the West Divi- sion-leading Victoria Cougars 8-4, Edmonton Oii Kings blanked Calgary Centennials 3-0, and Lethbridge Broncos trounced New Westminster 8- 3. Larry Skinner's second goal of the game tied it for the Clubs against the Blades. It came with less than a minute to play, after Winnipeg goalie Lome Molleken had been pull- ed in favor of an extra at- tacker. Kelly Greenbank got the other Winnipeg goal. Dell Chapman, Wes George and Wes Peters replied for Saskatoon. Kevin McCarthy, Grant Eakin and Greenbank scored fpr the Clubs Sunday and Doug Keil, Al Dumba and Drew Callander'repHed lor the Pats. In the New Medicine Hst game, F Berry scored twice and Barry Smith, Mark Lofthouse, Stove Clippingdale and Barry Bock added the other Bruins' goais. The Tiger- got goals Iron Greg Va 'dik and Carroll. Flin Flon s Bob Watson scored the winding goal Satur- day at o; the third period and Dan Kuntz added an insur- ance goal less than two minutes later. Mark Davidson of the Bombers opened the scoring early in the second period and "'ike Bradbury replied quid for Brandon. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. low 7th Strwrt Shopping Mill LKkbrWit. Alkali PbOM (403) 328-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS WCHL summaries FUN FLON 5 BRANDON 3 Period: 1. Flin Flon, Shear- c-.-vii (Fleming. Marines) 2. Bradbury (Stoughton) 3. Brandon. Good (Mullett) Penalties Watson FF, Murray 3 Sheardown FF Fleming FF, Ballinggall FF (minor. Parker B (minor, major) Bonur B (misconduct) Pet- tigifw FF, Piche B Ashton B Ballinggall FF (minor, Soelaert B (minor, major) Davis FF Second Period: 4. Flin Flon, Davis (Marines) 5. Flin Flon. Kuntz (Dorrnan, B. Davidson) 6. Flin F! o n. M a r i n o s (Montgomery, Williams) Penalties Watson FF jm.jior, game Pet- tiyi'cw FF, Kehoe FF (minor, game Gosselin FF (major, M. Davidson FF Fleming FF (major, game miscon- McMullon B (major, game mis- Melnyk B (minor, major. garre Soetart B (major, game Kaluzniak B (ma- jor) Mullett B Pettigrew FF Third Period: 7. Flin Flon, M. Davidson (Gosselin, Cullen) 8. Brandon. Bonar (Stoughton, Mullett) Penalties Davis FF (major, Cullen FF. Bonar B 3 Pettigrew FF (miscon- Dorrhan FF (major, mis- B. Davidson FF (minor. Murray B (major. M. Davidson FF ''29. Williams FF (minor, miscon- Shots on goai by 5 is.---don 9 tlr ;-ion 12 14 Brandon; Swan- so-- Flon. EDMONTON 3 CALGARY 0 ?irs; Period: No scoring. Penalties Rissling E. Hodgson C Jcvinriston E Neeld C major) Olson E Olson E, Gl.-.-ndinning C (majors) Bandura C misconduct) Johnston E .'triple Lecuyer E Pr- E (game B. (double Neeld C Ashby C Second Period: No scoring. Rissling E Babych E Third Period: 1. Edmonton, PMarson (Rissling. Babych) 2. Peterson (Babych) 3 t'.lr.ontcr. Olson Penalties .'.'.hrston F. Morrow E E. Colbourne C (majors) an goal by S 3 14 15 Goaltenders: Soetaert. Edmonton: Koridrick. Calgary. Attendance: 3.852. v': 3 SASKATOON 3 Firsi Pariod: 1. Saskatoon. D. (Hoffmeyer, George) Partaltiss Rollins W Samis W Rollins W Second Period: 2. Saskatoon, Gejrge (Chapman. Smith) Hoffmeyer S Baron S 1V22. Federko S Girdardin V1' Third Period: 3. Winnipeg, Green- (Allan. Rollins) 4. Win- Skinner (McCarthy) 5. f.aioon. Peters (D. Chapman, R. C 6. Winnipeg. (Greenbank, McCarthy) ,t Penalties Allan W, Goertz S Samis W (misconduct) R Cliaprnah S B. Chapman S -B. Peters S Shcts on goal by OiOSchuk unavailable. u.i-; FLON 3 BRANDON 1 Psricd: No scoring. Penalties ivlc-inyk B Robillard FF liir.holson FF (major) Melnyk B (ma- served by Kaluzniak) Blight '.i Second Period: 1. Flin Flon, M. Davidson (Gosselin. Nicholson) 2. i3rsndon, Bradbury (Murray, Penalties M. Davidson :-T- Mullett B Ashton B Fleming r'F Period: 3. Fliri Flon. Watson .-jj.Mslin. 4. Flin Kuntz (Dorman, Williams) Fleming FF Kaluz- i r' misconduct) cr> cca! by 5 9 6-20 12 10 Brandon; Swan- I--J-1 Flon S VICTORIA 4 Period: 1, Saskatoon. Peters Chapman. Smith) 2. Peters (D. Chapman, 3. Victoria, Lucas u'nidyinan. 4. Victoria. Sanderson (Hill, Martin) 5. .ri.: Williams (Hamilton, B. Penalties floaerts V Hoffmeyer S Pete: V Martin V Clackson V Williams V, Sivvryliw S (minors, majors) Briers S Smith S (game mis- Sanderson V. Peters S (T.nors, mSjors) Bridgman V 1953 "econd Period: 5 Victoria. Lucas .-irns Bridgman) 7. Hoffmoyer (Hawryliw. .roni 8. Saskatoon. Hamilton Hoffrneyer) 9. Ff'C'e.'i-.o (Pdtcrs; 1908. S 2.08, Frasor V (minor.ma- Gustafson V, V. Lapointf V. Leggott S. D. H. Chapman S. B. .-.Mf.d (majors, game miscon- Sadr P, Ireland S (minors- Peter V Gulutzan u. Miazga V Period: 10. Victoria, Lucas 1 6.0.4 11. hodr.Tko (Hawryluv) I.'1 Fodorko (Peters. Penalties Hoffmeyer 5 30. Goerlz S Victoria bench (served by Martin) 1 Clackson V Miazga V (minor, Goer.tz S (major) Shots on goal by Victoria 12 10 Siisk.itoon 17 13 Gosl-Saar, Victoria; R. Ireland, Giiskatoon. WINNIPEG 3 REGINA 3 First Period: 1. Winnipeg. Eakin Penalties Legge W Eakin W Samis W Second Period: 2. Regina, Keil 3. Regina, Dumba (Hammond. Grauer) 4. Regina, Callander (Keil, Mahoney) 5. Winnipeg, Greenbank (Skinner, Allan) Penalties None. Third Period: 6. Winnipeg, McCarthy (Meager, Bridges) Penalties Harazny R Shots on goal by Winnipeg 12 5 Regina 9 15 Goaltenders: Molleken, Winnipeg; Staniowski, Regina. NEW WEST 6 MEDICINE HAT 2 First Period: 1. Medicine Hat. Vaydik (Lornas) 2. Medicine Hat. Carroll (Hilworth) 3. New Westminster, Smith Penalties Bradley NW Ray MH Cameron NW Hillworth MH Second Period: 4. New West- minster. Lofthouse (McNeice, Secord) 5. New Westminster. Clippingdale (Sleep) Penalties Sanche MH Bertram MH McNeice NW Third Period: 6. New Westminster. Beck 7. New Westminster. Berry (Clippingdale, McNeice) 8. New Westminster. Berry (Maxwell, Beck) Penalties Carroll MH. Shinske NW Ray MH Carroll MH (misconduct) Phillipoff NW Maxwell NW, Sanche MH Shots on goal by New WestmmsterlO 11 Medicine Hat 15 10 New Westminster; Farwell. Medicine Hat. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F Saskatoon ...17 7 7 163 Lethbridge ..16 13 2 140 Regina......15 14 2 128 Brandon.....12 17 5.138 Flin Flon......7 20 6 119 Winnipeg.....5 19 8 106 Western Division Victoria Med Hat.. Kamloops New West Edmonton Calgary .24 7 .16 9 .17 11 .15 11 .11 11 ..4 20 3 213 3 128 1 137 4 135 5 123 6 96 NATIONAL LEAGUE Patrick Division W L T F Phila........20 6 4 116 Rangers.....12 9 8 112 Islanders___12 10 8 99 Atlanta......13 14 5 86 Smythe Division A Pts 113 41 134 34 128 32 170 29 186 20 180 18 124 51 100 35 112 35 114 34 113 27 152 14 A Pts 66 44 94 32 83 32 94 31 Vancouver St. Minn Kan LA Pitts Detroit Wash Adams Boston Toronto Calif SCORING LEADERS Orr. Bos Esposito, Bos Perreault. But Robert. Buf Lafleur. Mtl.......... Martin. Buf.......... Clarke. Pha......... Dionne. Del MahoViich, Mtl....... Unger. SL........... Bucyk. Bos.......... G A Pts ..20 36 56 ...25 29 54 ...21 30 51 ...22 23 45 ..21 24 45 ...21 23 44 ...10 33 43 ..15 26 41 ...13 28 41 ...16 20 36 ..12 24 36 WORLD ASSOCIATION Canadian Division L T F A Pts 11 1 139 113 37 11 6 11 0 113 99 32 6 17 11 1 109 79 2S .13 8 0 81 63 26 .11 13 1 77 85 23 Eastern Division N England ..19 8 0 110 Cleve .......10 11 1 67 Chicago.....10 15 0 87 Indiana.......5 24 0 63 Western Division 0 131 1 84 2 89 0 104 1 74 Houston'.....19 10 San Diego .14 12 Phoenix.....12 12 Minnesota 11 15 Michigan .....8 19 HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY National League Chicago 4 Vancouver 2 Los Angeles 3 NY Rangers 3 Philadelphia 7 St Louis 2 Washington 3 Toronto 1 Pittsburgh 3 Detroit 2 California 5 Buffalo 5 World Association Edmonton 3 Indianapolis 1 Minnesota 6 Quebec 4 San Diego 4 Houston 3 New England 4 Winnipeg 3 Toronto 7 Michigan 2 Vancouver 2 Cleveland 1 American League New Haven 7 Springfield 2 Nova Scotia 8 Richmond 1 Hershey 1 Rhode Island 1 Rochester 5 Syracuse 3 Central League Dallas 3 Tulsa 1 Fort Worth 4 Salt Lake City 4 88 38 71 21 96 20 132 10 87 38 90 29 92 26 107 22 126 17 North American League Long Island 3 Syracuse 2 Maine 4 Johnstown 3 Western Canada Flin Flon 5 Brandon 3 Lethbridge 8 New Westminster 3 B.C. Junior Vernon 10 Merritt 3 Bellingham 9 Langley 3 Pacific Junior Vancouver 6 NW Vancouver 4 Surrey 4 Coquitlam 2 SATURDAY National St. Louis 6 NY Rangers 2 NY Islanders 3 Los Angeles 0 Toronto 4 Atlanta 2 Montreal 5 California 3 Boston 12 Washington 1 Pittsburgh 6 Chicago 3 Vancouver 2 Kansas City 2 Minnesota 4 Buftalo 2 World Phoenix 4 Minnesota 3 Houston 5 Winnipeg 3 San Diego 2 Indianapolis 0 Chicago 6 Michigan 0 New England 9 Quebec 4 American Baltimore 3 Providence 3 New Haven 6 Hershey 3 Richmond 4 Virginia 3 Springfield 8 Nova Scotia 1 Rochester 5 Syracuse 3 Western Canada Saskatoon 3 Winnipeg 3 New Westminster 6 Medicine Hat 2 Flin Flon 3 Brandon 1 Saskatchewan Junior Saskatoon 7 Yorkton 3 Estevan 3 Humboldt 1 N. Battleford 7 Notre Dame 3 Regina Pats 9 Regina Foxes 3 Alberta Junior Spruce Grove 8 Taber 5 B.C. 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