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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHbRIDGE HERALD Fridiy, December 27, 1974 Scores three goals, picks up two assists Lethbridge Midgets Trottier stars for Canada in first game win tourney opener By JOHN KOROBANIK The Canff-ttan Press Defending champion Soviet Union and Canada both had problems in the early stages of play Thursday but rallied strongly to record victories in the opening games of the world junior hockey tour- nament. Canada fell behind 2-0 to the United States team but with the help of a three goal effort from Bryan Trottier went on to a 9-3 triumph in Winnipeg. The Soviets were held to a 1- 1 deadlock through two periods before scoring three third-period goals for a 4-1 verdict over Finland in Bran- don. Next games in the six-team, round-robin tournament on Saturday will see Canada meet Sweden in Winnipeg and Finland play Czechoslovakia in Brandon. The U.S. team, made most- ly of players from the Midwest league, had things working in their favor through the first half of the game. But the Canadian team, se- lected from the Western Canada Hockey League turned things around with three con- secutive second-period goals and four unanswered markers in the final period. Added to Trottier's three goals were singles from Mel Bridgman, Brian Sutter, Mark Davidson, Dale McMullin, Kelly Greenbank and Jim Manor. Trottier and Sutter are both members of the Lethbridge Broncos and are presently sitting in second and third' spot in the WCHL scoring race. Larry Solvedt, Greg Woods and George Kryzer scored for the U.S. The US., with a 2-1 lead after the first period had some excellent chances to widen their margin early in the second but they failed to do so. And when Mel Bridgman, the leading scorer in the WCHL, tied the score at the momentum abrupt- ly shifted. It took Canada less than three minutes after Bridgman's tally to move into a 4-2 lead and once they had that margin they were unstop- pable Both coaches, Andre Beaulieu of the U.S. and Jackie McLeod of Canada, agreed the Americans were aggressive in the first period and had the Canadians off balance. But they had different reasons for the domination by Canada in the final 30 minutes. McLeod said it was a case of his club loosening up after the first period. "We were very tight at first. We coughed the puck up twice and it cost us. But we're basically a skating and pass- ing club and once we got going, things began happening for us." Troltier, the most effective player on the ice, scored three goals and added two assists for the Canadians who, he said, created many of their own problems in the first period by not following their game plan. "We weren't dumping the puck in and forechecking like we'd planned." "The turning point, really, was when our lack of ex- perience, especially defen- sively, began hurting us in the second period, and our morale went down as the score went said U.S. coach Andre Beaulieu. SAVE HUNDREDS TODAY DURING DUNLOP FORD'S AUDITORS Top Trade-In Allowances On Your Present Car! Our auditors demand we make every effort to re- duce our entire in- ventory of new and used cars and trucks before year end. To do so we have substantially re- duced prices as we make every effort to comply with their request for tax reasons. New They Ail Must Go! BRAND NEW 1975 LTD BROUGHAM 2 door hardtop, white vinyl roof, maroon met- allic paint, automatic transmission, P.S., P.B 400 V8 engine stereo, air condition- ing, radial tires. 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PILLAR HARDTOP Demo, silver blue with blue vinyl roof, 46D V8, auto trans p s p b radio, stereo tape, auto air condition- ing, power windows seats, split bench seat Fender skirts, radial tires Reg retail 9746 00 SAVE HUNDREDS Sale Ends Tuesday December 31 at 6 p.m, ON THE SPOT FINANCING AVAILABLE L SALE HOURS: Mon.. WttJ. 8i.m.-6p.m. Thurs., Fri. 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Sit., 8 i.m.-5 p.m. FORD Corner 16th A ve. Mayor Mtgrith Drive Phone 328-8861 "We panicked a little and threw the puck away a little more. The Canadians ex- perience really showed in the last period and a half." In Brandon, Victor Khatulev scored twice for the Soviets with Sergeir Abramov and Boris Barabonov getting the others. Jouni Rinne scored for Finland. But Soviet coach Yuri Moro- zov, speaking through an interpreter, said he was not satisfied with his team's per- formance. He said the game itself was "not despite the 12 penalties hand- ed out, six to each team. Finland's assistant coach Siren Esa said the game would have been much rougher in a smaller rink. "It should have been rougher, "he said, adding the contest was a typical Euro- pean clash with plenty of high sticks, especially in the cor- ners. The Soviet Union outshot the Finns 30-23 with tKe margin in shots coming in the third period when they outshot Finland 14-6. CANADA 9 U.S. 3 First period 1 US, Soltvedt Fish, (Sargent) 4-47, 2 U.S Woods (Sargent) 515. 3 Canada, Sutler (Trottier) 1822 Penalties Pachal C 4 41, Soltvedt U S 4 54, GreenbankC 1917 Second period 4 Canada, Bndgman (Lapointe, McCarthy) 1308 5 Canada. Trottier (Green- bank) 14 34, 6 Canada, M Davidson (Smith) 15 30, 7 US, Kryzer (Enckson, Pracht) 17-02, 8 Canada, McMullm (Blight Vaydik) 17 14 Penalties US bench (served by Burgess) 1 SO Maxwell C 6 56. Pracht U.S 1253, Greenbank C 1520 B Davidson C 1849 Third period 9 Canada. Green- bank (Trottier, B Davidson) Canada, Minor 1240; 11 Canada Trottier (McCarthy, Sutler) 1255, 12 Canada Trottier (Greenbank) 1839. Penalty Maxwell C 18 56 Shots on goal by United States 10 11 Canada 12 16 13-41 Goal Owens U S Stamowski. Canada Attendance 2 792 Native Sons play tonight in tourney The Lethbridge Native Sons are one of six teams who set out today to represent Alberta in the Canada Winter Games hockey playdowns in Lethbridge in February. The Native Sons see their frist action in a six-team Junior B playoff tournament tonight at 8 p.m. when they take the ice against Olds Cascaders at the Sportsplex. At one this afternoon, the Edmonton Waterloo Mercurys were to face- off against Lloyd- minster, while at four, Fairview Junior Dragons were schedul- ed to take on Calgary Davidson Enman Totems. Action continues Saturday with games at one. four and eight. The only thing that is cer- tain in the complicated Saturday format is that the Native Sons will be playing at 8 p m. The tournament wraps up with games on Sportsplex ice Sunday at 1 p m. and 8 p.m., with the winner representing the province in the Canada Winter Games February 11-23. EDMONTON (CP) Lethbridge emerged with an 8-4 victory over Grande Prairie Thursday night to take the last game of the opening day in the double knockout Alberta Midget Hockey Tournament. Earl Ingarfield Jr. and Gordon Tokariuk scored a pair of goals each-for the Midget Elks of Lethbridge, while singles' came off the sticks of Scott Jarvie, Leroy Pavan, Bruce Mock, and Murray Auld. Lethbridge outshot Grande Prairie 36-34 and took nine of the fifteen minor penalties handed out. The locals will play again at Saturday morning. The competition, which ends Sunday, will decide the team to represent the Alberta Amateur Hockey Association in the Cana- dian Midget Championship at Oshawa, Ont., Jan. 20 to 26. In other games Thursday, Fort Saskatchewan beat Camrose 9-2, Edmonton downed Red Deer 11-6 and Calgary trounced Medicine Hat 11-1. Today, Fort Saskatchewan meets Edmonton in the A event while Camrose faces Red Deer in B competition. Pee Wee hockey A pair of shutouts and a default game highlighted ac- tion in the first day of the Christmas Pee Wee Hockey Tournament at Henderson Ice Centre. The Jets dumped the Braves 8-0 and Canucks shutout the Flames 2-0 m first round action. Meanwhile, the Vikings took a decision by default over the Sabres in the tournament's first game. In other action, the Flyers downed the Bisons 8-5, the Blues edged the Pintos 5-1, and the Falcons nipped the Penguins 5-2 Doug Canadine fired m four goals to lead the Jets to their 8-0 romp. Scott Leonard and Brad Misak scored the two goals for the Canucks in their shutout win. Robbie Namona twirled a four-goal performance for the Flyers in their win over the Penguins. Gerry Vangal, Rick Lorencz, Tammie Balfour, and Colin Fraser got the other Flyer goals while Jeff Moltz had two for the losers. Brian Ferguson, Don Tamguchi and Bruce Egeland scored the other Bison goals. Michael Gibson had a hat trick for the Blues while Jeff Mezei and Terry Stilgoe chipped in with singles Rick Balazs had the only goal for the Pintos. Mike Manson lit the red light three times for the Falcons in their 5-2 triumph over the Penguins. David Bodell and Dwayne Solobey had the other goals for the victors while Darcy Kaminsky had both goals for the Penguins. In Minor Hockey League action last week Steve Camp- bell scored twice for the Northstars to lead them to a 4-1 victory over the stam- peders in Midget action. Tony Ratts and Gary Takahashi also scored for the winners while Jerry McNamara picked up the lone Stampeder tally Murray Redman chalked up his fifth shutout in Bantam B play as the Nuggets lost 5-0 to the Kings. Ralph Quint and Brad Kirschenman scored two apiece for the Kings and Dale Belsher rounded out the scoring. The Maroons defeated the Voyageurs 9-5 in a high scor- ing Bantam A game. Darren Ramage was the big man for the Maroons as he scored no less than five goals. Ricky Leitch added two more and singletons went to Andrew Albiston and John Duncan. Tony Pontorollo scored twice for the losers and Chris Sparrow, Balair Spence and Bruce Lyon added single goals Brock named ST LOUIS Louis Cardinals' Lou Brock, who stole a record 118 bases during the 1974 baseball season, was named Sports Man of the Year by the Sporting News Tuesday Brock beat out such can- didates as tennis star Jimmy Connors, Los Angeles Dodger relief pitcher Mike Marshall and golfer Johnny Miller m a vote by the Sporting News staff. The 35-year-old Brock, who finished second to Dodger first baseman Steve Garvey in the National League's Most Valuable Player voting, batted 306 in leading the Car- dinals to a second-place finish in the National League's Eastern Division. Brock's 1974 base stealing performance gave him 753 lifetime thefts, third behind Billy Hamilton 937 and Ty Cobb 892, and represented his fourth straight NL stolen base crown and the eighth of his career. MELROE BOBCAT WORLD S MOST POPULAR SKID STEER LOADER Pronghorns in action The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns will continue preparations for the second segment of the Canada West University Basketball Conference season tonight when they host the U of Regina Cougars for an exhibi- tion contest at 8 p.m. The Pronghorns, led by league scoring leader Richard Foggo and veteran Phil Letham, take on the Cougars tonight at the University gym- nasium and again Saturday afternoon at two. KENNEDY DIES MONTREAL (CP) Gorman Kennedy, genefal manager of Montreal Alouettes of the Eastern Foot- ball Conference during the team's glory years of the 1950s, is dead at 66. He died Christmas night after a lengthy illness. 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