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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SO THf IfTWBireOf HWAtO Monday, If, Kings sharp agcdnst Red Deer after weekend split The Lethbridge Sugar Kings came up with two of their best games of the 1972-73 Alberta Junior Hockey League season 7 on the weekend as they picked f up a victory and fell just short :J of another against the visiting Eed Deer Rustlers. Saturday eight, the Sugar Kings defeated the league-lead- ing Rustlers 3-2, wMk Sunday night, three unanswered goals i in the third period gave the visitors a slim 6-3 verdict. In Sunday's tilt, the Sugar Kings built up a 2-1 first period lead and erctsnded it to 5-3 after the second. The roof fell in curing the final period though as the Rust- lers rammed in three goals for th-e victory. Terry Witichen paced the vi- sitors with a two-goal perf era-: ance while singles were scor- ed fay Dale Binzbam, Gres Scott. Egg KInch" and Doug Lindskog. Scott's marker came on a -t penalty snot at mark CHAMBERS LOOKS ON Uthbridg- Sugcr King Phil chen, down en one knee. Moving in too icte :s Kings McrsncH Cnsirners second period. Kings dropped Sunday's Alberts Junior Hockey lecgue gcrr.e 6-5 Reg Kiach and Terry Wittcben replied for the Rustlers. Tee Sugar Kings outshot the Rustlers 30-25 and picked up six of 15 minor penalties. In other league action Satm- day, the Calgary Canucks aid- ed by the perform- ance of Warren Cook coasted to an 34 vrin over the visiting Edmonton Mets. The Canucks received singles from Marl' Loznesda. Greg Smith Ian MacPbee, Dean lie- Gee, Rober Lanioreauz and Brian MHler v.-hile Peter byk, Ron Bigneil, Gord Picter- I and Gord Brimcomber replied i for Edmonton. In Biainnore, Lyle Monay i fired in a hat-trick and paced itbe Red Devils to a 12-5 deed- sion over the Drambeller Fat I John EawMas chipped in with ;a pair of gods while Brad 'Sims, Rick Austin, Mel ffing- er, Derek Hass, Rob Flockhart i Wayne Krebs and Larry itander added singles. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES di-er stretches leg out to bicck c snot by Red Deer Rustlers' WIN cffer winning 3-2 Scturc'cy night. (Rick Ervin photo) Golden Jet closing in on 20 goals THE CANADIAN PRESS broasht agsirst the Beyer's winner as VHrsdpeg i sevec-f ame road trip,' land Whalers were surprised 6-3 i _ wirier br bis forser enm-Icy-; edeed New York Raiders i taiaed its 12-poist lead over by Pbiladsbhia Blazers but! tee Woria Eocsey i e-s.-chicaso Bis Asscdacca anted tp 51 mUhon Jets1 earlier this year to get Eobby; Creeks. TT'-rn fnrn rrg league, thereby Sunday scored his 1 the year an Sugar Kings goals were shar- ed by Tun Bruce Pete Mcllahon, Kevin Knibbs and Brest defend. i The Kings outsbot the visitors 136-35 and took four of eight minor penalties. I Marshall Chalmers was i named the first star of the 1 gsene white Each arid Wittebes. I were chosen secocd aod ticrd stars respectively. Each player was awarded the JUNIOR Amtrfswi W L T F A Pti i rei. 2: f -34 155 3 1 JC _9 T Ts1 112 a C 99 175 j 3 NATIONAL p f T C ii f i 7'% n I 3 55 i: 517 5 75 22 5 15 93 12J 22 'ftftftza; 2 2 7 EuH into robbing the rival Xaiksal Hockey League of ore of its big- gest drawing cards. Winnipeg Jets across with another estimated S1.5 mil- lion to get the Golden Jet to West DrYfeon CTicajB r? 2111 R 3 TV i TS JTT Jvtfaf 7C- 6 7i 77 ii p, 7 7513J 15 Hockey linesman speared Local driver Sunday by Dave George Various court proceedings i a weekend sweep. Warren Cook aad Dale Fas- scored two goals each for the Canucks, who cowled Ed- n-.cntoti S-i Satarcay nigfct. Roger Sourque. Brock EaJuz-; nick and Brian ISHer added WCRLO ASSOCIATION CijttTB W L T Afberti S Psss 7 i 7 s ii 12 i 2-.: u ;s i ia TU 25; o 25 0 Yfi ;J3 22 SATURBAY u-.Terr 4 l'iM i u, 2 leads the wav It Wheat Kinss 5-2. ;as a roush sat ror lae-; Ed CiLGAEY Gary: smen ssd referees Ln the Xew Westminster Mueller of Lethbricge em _ Canaca Eocxey League for fkst up top sscey at Sunday. ne winning lorrmsa, Ottawa Nationals and Los Ange- les Sharks tied Houston Aeros 4- 4 in other Stnday contests. New England sheijed Phila- delphia 1D-5 in a game Saterday night. Brian BradZsy and N'onr. Fer- i T- ___ ._ 0 lead before Chris period goals Sczday night to ia i m S! i Kelly. Hull, Milt Black and Boyer beat. eds'e DnnnheDcr Falcons 7-5.! i 75 K? 17; 2 angle New York goalie Pete Donnelly, j Wayne Rivers rounded out the scorisff siz ssoDcds In Elairmore ls rallied for four Red rd- 11 75 2 ill i< T7 12 10i Lcc 15 li 715 Flin Flon defeated Brandon Terry EaskowsH sM Prsu canae through wUh single New York goalie Pete Donnelly, j Larry Lestasder scorec Rivers rourjded out the! twice and 2Snger and Gord New Westminster Bruins de- scorisff siz sgoKds Adcinelt added sinide zoais for; cided to wear their bebaeis in Eovers jasaB-wins-er. Toe Devils in toe Soal per-! tie 3-2 win over the visiting; delayed with 23 sec-: Fakoss heid a 5-3 lead by a scrap be-1 periods. j srKega-t front cf Cajgary. piayers od not wear the protec- Jets. Bfeacdin god Pass goaHe Breet Nascc 'stopped what couSd have been) goal wben he blocked i a third-pe-kni peaalty shot h j: HOCKIY SUMDAY aneac rise Hat and fcxi first in a series of scownxoiie; races at Grcse Eight Speedway.; oil 5 ilaeUcr bested the field in the had to top class of 440 cc ciaimisg the nsajor Elsewfaera in the super scan Aadr Legasse was sL __ category it was Don Barton ijp after he was sheared b" Da- i Only 20 minor perialties had takinf the 400 cc class, Dave j cf Edtnontcn citing i caSed in the Hegina-td' Mack on top k the class. the last-second fireworks. mcnton clash until Clark G2Iies and Bob Lowe einerging vie' Jerry Koliard scored Calgary Warren Dye scored i __- ,JJr-3 iAUviii< v. Swift Cerent, official.; scored Ms third goal for the i rf St. Paul 45 penalties, incladicg 31: Pass nine seconds remain-; with two goals asc Ryan Wecker. Jorsa Eawtics, Pock Aostfaj th- 3rent the I fa" Weczer j i -_.J T 4 Neecc each scored; i Don Ham of Brick, Ssskatcfa- j to Saskatoon Blades, ral-; After the gosl, George; ewan was tne top driver in the i Bed for a 4-i tie Legasse and three i 300 cc stock class before less! Broncos. Blades' coach Jackie! 5ghta broke oat. than 300 fans while Bock- i was tossed cf tfcs i vas restored, hot the MEB.. fans asd an assst. v-jj, ui wic WAS tissi-UiiRi, ua; 11 "t berger graboec the 340 cc Ciass, f through the third olayers went at it ggatn. after' I Fred T5siesen tie 400 event aad period for at tfas ref- i fee expired. acd Oil; AU Bob Oiaen the category. j team-snaae two goals for Drusiheller Garv George Morrison atxi BIS Klatt i vjiniiz added daglss added the other iSsasscta satardtj's contek, seeocd by Don Jtestaer and i Gfve Mom or Sis a X i n g tea a-ssate Terry i la other gamss Sunday, Flin McDonM received gasse rrJs- Flon Bocnbers cc-wrxd conducts, as did 25egina's Brad fJeta and Xev westsisster Anderson. [Bruins edged. Calgary Centen-; Giilias' three-goal perforat-l I sials cy identical 2-2 scores, i supported fcv rlngie' f Saturday, Ednsocton trended ?OaIs from Greg and Gtsc.' j Jiedicize Eat Tigers 7-4 wfcik; Burton. McDeaakI Joan! i Rogers scored fcr Otl Ull Alto, team ALWAYS ACCEPTA315 Our BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4th Avs. 5, 327-7300 MONDAY TO FRIDAY UNTll P.M. More sport on i scored twice in the Seal two! help the Blades salvage I against Swift Current Tbe tying goal came with only five I ends to play. Bob Boisrae j scored the other Saskatoon S, Brent Current lifted the Sugar; i 1 to 3-2 victory over the teagae-leadiag j Dec HerrLTian s tiree goaos Vra upset 10.450 Boston fans ss the Blazers, last in the East, comi-1 I nsted the division leaders. I j Eerrnian's first two ?oak j offset a 2-0 Whalers' Jead'sup-1 p-Iied by Larry Pleau zrd Tom I Darsry Lawson gave i While Edmonton sweaters'. the goal: the Alberta North-; ssd Herriraass aotched the win-; Territories figare skating I in the tb'rd. aicrships over the week- i Mike Eoudreati acd JofiJi Ben- nett sarxJwiched a score by Terry Caffery to cotnpkte the t h e; Blazers' rcut. ,h a A fight between N'ew Esglarxi's Jim Dorey and SUNDAY Cardiff of the Blazers de- niade their presence felt. Msrk Honnntacg won Ken's pre-ccvice title brilliant He then combined fr TOR KA.MATA GWFF POR7Z SENSATIONAL 8 MAN TAG MATCH 76 W3ESTIE2S S2 strong shoTTing, .Miss Rw5e and parfeer Parijesu ard Alain Bill; Caror. tallied in the third period Petrunik were third hi the pre-; of a penalt-'-niaiTed contest be- novice dance pair competition. 'ore at Quebec City to The dance event was won by.break up a I-I contest 'with Krista Andres and Rodney; Clevelasxi. Eauss'jer of Hat. I Jean Payette for the Nor- Alberta's figure seating difi-jes in the first period and with at least two Cleveland's Buchanan is Eierofcers, will take part in the: the second established the tie; Snah set for Vascou-; that ended with Parizeau's goal neit month. IK second.-? into the last period. Moke Tracks with y s? I W GIFT SUGGESTIONS STOCKING STUFFERS IN CAR SAVE 1Q% THIS WEEK ONLY MIDLAND AUTO SUPPLY (1971) LTD. 421 5th ST. SOUTH OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURS. and FRI. ;