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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Dtcembtr 18, 1972 THE LETHBf.lDCE HEfAW Canadiens maintain lead Wings happier, Jf Dionne sparks wins FACEOFF? New York Ronoers' Ab Heft) and Pittsburgh Per.guim Bryan Hextall longle duri-.g third period disagreement Sunday as official struggles to sep- arate them. Trie won handily, 9-1. (AP By IAN MacLAJNB Caoarfjan Press Staff NS'riter Detroit Red V.'bgs have be- gun to burn under take-il-easy training, where they only Emuuldered under rigid cales- institufjwi this year to enhance the National Hockey League Club's staying power. After their fastest teason start in 47 years, the Wings went into a tailspin. Last v.eek Marcel Dionne. last year's! rookie seeding sensation, and this wp Detroit scorer, was suspended for missing a Sundav game with Vancouver Canucks. Coach Johnny Wilson's future in Detroit was in doubt and the Red Wings continued to plum- met in the East Division stand- ing to the point they were jujt managing to hold fifth ahead of Toronto Staple Leafs. Red Wing veterans Red Eer- enson, Delvecchio and Gary Bergman were getting from the Olympia faithful along with newcomer Tnommy Bergman of The Red Wing picture may have changed during the week- end, however, with back-tc-back rictories at Toronto and at home Sunday against Minnesota North Stars. REPLIES passes (j> Al Karlander, Dionne TMechan's lluke at of and Bereave. the third period. Wilsoo aojnitted after Saujr- e was mildly sur- the Vrlngs fore- checked Toronto into costly mistakes. He said the learn had altered it's strenuous program after the Dionne incident had been cleared up. "We haven't been on the Ira last Wilson in a pre-game interview when asked what his game preparations had been. He said A snot by Hugh Harris bounced off the legs of defen ceman Barclay Plager and Meehan into the goal. The Leafs displayed more sg gressivenfcss against the than they've in severa games, b'jt were still no mste'r for the Buffalo dub that re raained 12 points up on Detro: and just two behind the second place Bruins and Rangers. Meehan scored his 17th goal VER MOTHER'S CHRISTMAS PRESENT PEClDEO NOW WHAT6HOUUB WE DONT ST4RT ft S tWHICH'AS BEEN} Ji i r! THF WfODW RECEPTION'.' preparations had oeen. He said K urA Rene Robert] T T the players had just loafed for M_ Istjj in ,2 ?ames 1 LeUVeS SoSKatcheiVd. "UICKIV three days. But. while the Wines :leaning up their weekend oppo- 1 lition, so were the Sabres who I trimmed St. Louis m G-erry at Philadelphia. hy two-goal performances Minor hockey In Bantam ar.tior. over chipped in with singles while the weekend, Dos BurLa notch-: Livio Pavan. Ramage and Dar- eoa pair of markers and led jren Ftamagr; replied for the Ma- tte Canadians to a slim i-3 vie- i roons. der Dave Dryden rang up his were (lrst 5ni.iUijt of the season in 21 Toronto thoU. Vjlwrf into a M Gerry Skrien has 101 reasons o! rookie Greg Sheppard KiA Ken REGIXA