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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Detumbcr 28, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD One point separates Bruins, Rangers A BASH FROM BEHIND? New York Rangers' Brad Park appears to be getting hil on (he head from behind by stick of teammate Brown Sunday during first period of game against St. Louis Biues at New York's Madison Square Garden. Actually Brown, living up to his role of Ranger defenseman, is simply protecting Park by fending off club of Blues' forward Ttm Ecclestone, obscu red by Brown. Rangers tied the Blues 4-4, Hockey summaries SUNDAY MONTREAL PHILADELPHIA 2 First Period 1. Montreal, Tardl 7 (Cournoyer, Harper) 2. Mon treal, Collins 4, Penalties Ferguson, Johnson, Red mend Harper Dornhoefer Second Perild 3. Monlreal, Tardi: 8 (Bellveau, Cournoyer) Phil Gendron) 9. (Johnson, Dornhoefer; Gendron 9 (Johnson, Dornh o e f e r] Penalties L. Hlllman, Cour- noyer Bouchard Third Period 6. Montreal, Tardit 9 (Bellveau, Cournoyerl Penal- ties Van Impe Ferguson Harper L. Hillman Shots on goal by Montreal t Philadelphia 9 12 Attendance NEW YORK 4 ST. LOUIS 4 First Period 1. New York, Nell- ton 4, 8M3; 2. New York, Balon 20 (Tkaciuk, Falrbalrn) 3. New York, Tkaciuk 11 (Balon, Pen- alties Morton Falrfaairn Orentz Picard major, minor Stewart major Second Period 4. St. Louis, Sab- ourin 9, 5-05; 5. New York Stemkow- 8 (Nevin, Horton) 6. St. Louis, Lorentl 10 (St. Marseille) Penalties Irvine major, R. Piager major, W Planer major and miscon- duct, Fairbalrn Egcrs ma- jor, minor. Park, Arbour, Sabourin majors St. Louis bench Third Period 7. Sf. Louis, Me- Creary 2 (Bordeleau, B. Piager) 8. St. Louis, Berenson 13, Penal- ties _ Arbour, Irvine majors and mi- nors 0-34, Picard, Shots on goal by Sf. Louis S 10 New York 8 13 Attendance BUFFALO 5 DETROIT 2 First Period 1. Detroit, Howe 13 (Delvecchio, Mahovlich) 2. De- troit, Webster 14 (Howe, Delvecchio) Penalties Pcrreault Ham- ilton Fleming Hart, Krake minor, misconduct, Buffalo bench minor served by Atkinson Harris Watson Second Period 3. Buffalo, Atkin- son 3 (Meehan, Barrle) 4. Buf- falo, Smith 2 Penal- ties _ Hamilton Atkinson 'Third Period 5. Buffalo, Marshall 5 (Krake, Barrle) Buffalo, An- drea i (Shack, Perreaull) 7. Buf- falo, Atkinson J (Duff) Penal- ties Webster Rolfe Pratt LeClerc Shots on goal by Detroit 15 Buffalo.......... 5 10 Attendance SATURDAY TORONTO PHILADELPHIA i First Period 1. Toronto, Ellis 12 (Henderson, UMman) 2. Toronto, Keon 17 (MacMlllan, Monahan) 3. Toronto, Ullman 19 (McKenny) 4. Toronto, Henderson 9 (Ellis, Ullman) Penalties Spencer 7rOQ, Dorety Peters 1 Second Period Philadelphia, L. Hillman 2 (Clarke) 6. To- ronto, Henderson 10, 7. Toron- to, Ullman 20, 8. Toronto, Keon IB (Monahan) Penalty Gen- dron Third Period 6. Toronto, Ellis 13 (Keon, McKenny) 9. Toronto, Henderson 11 (Ullman, Keon) Penalties w. Hlllman Spen- cer 6-18, Ullman Nolet, Mona- han 12.40, Peters Kelly major, miscc.iduct, Favell major, Spencer double major, misconduct, PelyK ma- MacMillan Shots on goal by Philadelphia 17 Toronto 13 20 12-45 Attendance MONTREAL 4 BUFFALO 4 First Period 1. Montreal, Le- maire 9 (Richard, Redmond; 2. Montreal, Rochefort 4 (Ferguson, Har- per) 3. Montreal, Uemalre 10 (Bellveau, Tremblay) 4. Buf- falo, Perreault 13 (Smith, Keenan) Penalty Talbot Buf Second Period 5. Montreal, Sa- 'ard 3 (Richard, Redmond1) 6. Buffalo, Perreault 14 (Shack, Marsh- Penalties Atkinson Lapointe Harper Third Period 7. Buffalo, Ander- son 5 (Goyefte, Marshall; 8. Buf- falo, Shack 6 (Goyette, Marshall) Penalty Atkinson Shots on goal by luffalo............ 11 I Montreal f I Attendance CHICAGO 4 VANCOUVER 2 First Period 1. Chicago, Pappti (Pinder, Martin) Penalties Qulnn Korab Tallon Mohns Second Vancouver, John- son 7 {Tallon, Corrigan) 3. Chi- cago, Korab 2 (Mohns) 4. Van- couver, Boudrias 15, 11-44; 5. Chicago, Martin 16 (Pappin) Pchaliies- tfaqnusson Wilklns. Quinh Korab major, Paiemenf, Chica- bench served by Mohns Third Period 6. Chicago, Angotti 5 (White) Penalty Maki Shots on goal by Chicago t 12 Vancouver (5 Attendance ST. LOUIS 1 MINNESOTA 1 First Period No scoring. Penal- tics Bill Flager Wil- liams Second Period 1. St. Louis, Beren- son 12, (penally shot) Penalty Harris Third Period 2. Minnesota, Parlse 7 (Goldsworthy, Williams) Pen- alty Ecclesfona Shots en goal by Minnesota 11 St. Louis........... U 14 7-32 Attendance DETROIT 7 NEW YORK 4 First Period 1. Detroit, Howe 11 (Unqer, Mahovlich) 2. New York, Balon 18 (Nielsen, Tkaczuk 10 (Balon, Fetrburn) 18-13. Penalties None. Second Period 4. Detroit, Linger (Bergman) 5. New York, Balon 19 6. New York, Irvine 10 (A Brown) Penalties None. Third Period 7. Detroit, Howe 12 (Delvecchio, Webster) 0. Detroit Monteith 3 (MacGregor; 9. De- troit, LI belt 7 (Unger, L. Brown 10. Detroit, Connelly 4 (Mac Gregor) 11. Detroit, Monteith i (MacGregor, Hart) Penalties Neilson Hart, Egers Shots on goal by New York 15 1! Detroit 7 10 Attendance PITTSBURGH 4 BOSTON 2 First Period No scoring. Penal- ties Harbaruk McCallum Boston bench Second Period 1. Pittsburgh, Boyer 7 (Woytowicn, Rupp) 2. Pittsburgh, Boyer 8 (Baihgste, Mc- Creary) Penalties Watson Awrey Esposito 17.-03, Cashman, Watson Pronovcst Marcotte Third Period 3. Pittsburgh, Han haruk 6 (Schock, Prenticel -I. Pittsburgh, Hextall 8, 5. Boston, Orr 13 (Stanfield, Bucvk) 15-37; 6. Boston, Sanderson 13 (Orr, Cashman) Penalty Rupp Shots on goal by Boston 10 5 12-27 Pittsburgh 16 13 Attendance 1S.OSO. LOS ANGELES 9 CALIFORNIA 3 First Period 1. Los Angeles, Gre- nler 3 2. Los Angeles, "Pulford 13 (Hoganson, Robinson) 3. Los An- geles, Wldlng 8 (Lonsberry, Curtis) Penalties None. Second Period 4. Los Angeles, Byers 9 (Widing, Potvin) 5. Cali- fornia, Vadnais" 9 (EhmarO 6. Los Angeles, Marotte 2 (Fleft, Labos- sierel 7. California. O'Donoghue l (Hextall, Croteau) Flett stackhouse Third Period 8. California, B. Hicke 10 (Harnpson, Jarreft) 9. Los Poivin 1 -fPulford) ID. Los Angeles, Labossiere 10 (Ca- han) 11. Los Angeles, Labos- siere 11 (Potvin, Mickey) 12. Los Angeles, Robinson 7 (Grenier, Put- ford) Penalties Stackhouse Lonsberry Roberts majors Hextafl Hogarson Shots on goal by California 8 Los Angeles 10 16 Attendance Sabres By THE CANADIAN PRESS Coming from behind may b one of the toughest jobs an team can face, but Euffal Sabres did it twice during th National Hockey League's hoi day weekend schedule. The Sabres were qutshot 4G-I by Detroit lied Wings in Buf fa! Sunday and were trailing 2-0 i the second period beorc the rebounded for a Ji-2 victory tha pulled thorn Vviihin six points c the sixth-place Red Wings in th East Division standings. It was much the same stor in Montreal Saturday when th Sabres spotted the Canadiens 3-0 lead before coming back t gain a 4A tie. In two other Sunday contests the Canadiens defeated Phila delphia Flyers 4-2 while St Louis Blues and New Yor Rangers played to a 4-4 tie. Saturday, Toronto Mapl Leafs w li i p p e d Philadelphi Flyers 9-1, Detroit downed York 7-4, Pittsburgh Penguin beat Boston Bruins 4-2, Los An geles Kings walloped California Seals 9-3, Chicago Black Hawk defeated Vancouver Canucks 4- and Minnesota North Star gained a 1-1 tie with St. Louis. SHARP SABRES Steve Atkinson, a 22-year-old right-winger, sparked the Buf falo comeback Sunday with two goals. The power play netted Detroi goals by Gordie Howe and Tom Webster in the first period bu the manpower advantage back fired on the Wings in the secom period when Atkinson and then FJoyd Smith scored for the short-handed Sabres. Early in the third period, the Sabres had the power play ad vantage and used it to gain the go-ahead goal by Donnie Mar shall. The Wings had two mei in the penalty box when Pau Andrea made it 4-2 and Atkin- son scored the final goal on a breakaway. Joe Daley stopped 44 Detroii shots in the Sabres goal while Don McLeod suffered the loss in the Detroit nets. Daley had to face only 25 shots in Montreal Saturday bu he allowed two goals b> Jacques Lemaire and one by Leon Rochefort before rookie Gil Perreault counted one for the Sabres in the final minute oi the first period. UNANIMOUS WIN RCfllE (AP) Italy's Bruno Arcari, world junior welter- weight champion, won a unani- mous 10-round decision over Jose Dos Santos of Brazil in a non-title bout Saturday. Ali to fight Joe Frazier NEW YORK (AP) Muham- mad Ali will fight Joe Frazier for the heavyweight champion- ship in Madison Square Garden on Monday, March 8, the New York Daily News reported Sun- day night. But a spokesman for the Gar- den said he did not know of any contract signing thus far and said negotiations are continuing. Houston's Astrodome also has been bidding for the bout, being billed in advance as the fight of the century. The Daily News said an an- nouncement would be made later this week by Harry Mark- son, the Garden's boxing direc- tor. The News said the Garden will handle the fight promotion in an arrangement with Char- twell, a personnel management corporation located in Los Ange- les and the owner of the Phoe- nix Suns of the National Basket- ball Association. "The only thing that can foil this deal is a last-minute change of heart by Chartwell when it conies time to put lip the The Daily News story said. Ali, who won the heavyweight title as Cassius Clay, is said to jrefer Houston but a million deal involving the Astrodome recently fell through. Ah' was stripped of his title after refus- ing to accept induction into the armed forces. Tigers, Palsjkdlto Calgary Centennials can't gain ground By THE CANADIAN PKESS Calgary Centennials beat Medicine Hat Tigers 6-3 and Regina Pals 5-2 during the in Ktrongllinn their hold on second place in the western division of the Western Canada Hockey League. The double vicloiy brought Calgary's record to 18 wins, 11 tics and three defeals and left them with 39 points, still well behind division leading Ed- monton Oil Kings who have 47. In ether weekend games, played Sunday, Saskatoon Blades whitewashed visiting Current Broncos 6-0 and Winnipeg Jets beat Brandon Wheat Kings 4-1 at Winnipeg. Esfevan Bruins and Plin Flon Bombers, idle during the week- end, have 41 and 36 points, re- spectively, for Ihe lop spots in the eastern division while Win- nipeg has 35 for third, Brandon 24 for fourth and Regina 23 for last. In the west, the three low teams are Saskatoon with 31 points, Swift Current with 28 and Medicine Hat with 1A The Winner of the SHRINE DESERT CORPS CHRISTMAS DRAW FRANK KOVACH, TURIN Ticket No. 1038 The next scheduled games are Tuesday night when Regina visits Edmonton, Brandon is at Flin Flon and Saskatoon is at Medicine Hat. In the Sunday game at Cal- gary, three unanswered goals in the third period gave the Centennials the victory after they took a 2-1 lead in the first period and were tied 2-2 with Regina after two periods. With spectators on hand, Bonne Doan slapped in the winning goal when he de- flected Jim shot past Regina netminder Bernie Ger- maine at of the third. Allen Rycroft scored his 20th goal of the season less than two minutes Inter and Ron Homen- nke scored his second pia! of the game at as insurance. DefeBcemnn Len Frig scored I Use other Calgary goal while Rick Uhrich and Scott Smith replied for Regina. Germaine made 23 saves, one less than Calgary's Ed Dyck. Saturday, also at Calgary, the Centennials tcok a 3-0 lead in the first period and held this to 4-1 in the second before more than fans. Allan Rycroft paced Cal- gary's attack with two goals while Len Frig, Bernie Mc- Neil, Arnie Pedersen and Jim McMasters scored one apiece. Scoring for Medicine Hat were Brian Carlin, Gerry Petryk and rookie Tom Lysiak. Dyck made 22 saves for Cal- gary this game compared with 34 for Medicine Hat by Leo Karchie, Serge Savard made it 4-1 for the Canadiens before Perreault, Ron Anderson and Eddie Shack scored for the Sabres before a crowd of in Montreal where Buffalo had suffered an 11-2 defeat in its first visit of the year. In Philadelphia Sunday, the Oanadiens went, in front early and stayed there with three goals by left-winger Marc Tar- dif and one by Billy Collins. Referee Art Skov called a total of 80 minutes in penalties, including 10 majors and a mis- conduct, in New York where I The tie extended New York's fights broke out between the unbeaten streak on home ice to Rangers and the Dlues through- out the game. Centre lied Berenson beat goalie Gilles Villt'iuure for Ihe tying goal wliile the Blues were sliorthandcd. ANDY C4PP I BUMPEb INTO ME MOTHER PET.SHE'S FDPPINV ROUNO FOR A CUP O1 TEA AS SOON AS SHE'S PUT ERSHOPPIN AWAV AtOWNV WHEN SHE DROPPED IN To BORROW A BOB F1 THE GAS WE'b 'AVE TO PUT 'ER UP F THE NIGHT; Bearcats Oilers tied for lead OLDS, Alta. (CF) Univer- sity of Alberta Bearcats and Calgary Oilers were tied for 'irsi place .Sunday after the opening round of a three day junior B hockey tournament to decide Alberta's representative at the 1971 Canada Winter :ames in Saskatoon Feb. 11-22. The Bearcats played to a 5-5 :ie with Red Deer Junior Rus- tlers and to a 2-2 tie with Peace River Movers while the Oilers trounced Fort Saskatche- wan Traders 9-3. The winner will he deter- mined on a points basis in the five-team round robin tourna- ment. A win is worth two points, a tie one. Brian Ogilvie scored twice for Hed Deer in the match with the University of Alberta while Mickey Girard, Leo Mc- Dougall and Darwin Krebs added single goals. Jerry connected twice for the Bearcats while Rich' Lemieux, Randy Grough and Brad Vetscii completed the scoring. Lemieux scored again in the game against the Movers with Perry Peam rounding out the scoring. Mickey Walker and Alvar Smith scored for Peace 18 games, tying Hie club record set two years ago. The singto point also kept the Rangers within one point of Boston, the East-Division leader with 53 points. ike Walton reinstated TORONTO (CP) Mike Wal- ton has been reinstated with To- ronto Maple Leafs after a two- week suspension but the 25- year-old centre might find it tough to crack the National Hockey League club's present lineup. "We've won eight of our last nine Ijeaf coach John McLellan said. "There's no way Walton could break hack into this lineup right now." Walton was suspended by the Leafs for two weeks but NHL president Clarence Campbell or- dered him reinstated with back pay after a Toronto psychiatrist reported that "Walton is not physically able to play or prac- tice and that he would not improve under his present em- ployers." "We have to pay him for the two week's suspension and keep paying hLs salary." Leaf gen- eral manager Jim Gregory said. "There's no trade talk about him at the moment either. We're not going to take a ham sandwich for a banquet." "Everybody knows what Mike's getting, which is or with bonuses on top of that for personal perform- said Harold Ballard, ex- ecutive vice-president of the Leafs. "He has scored three goals for Ballard said. "I bet Phil Esposito's not getting much more than that and how many goals has he got for Boston Get together with the easy-going flavour of Moison Golden.- It's the great get-together beer for good company and good times. Molson Golden .the great get-together beer! ;