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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Mnoay, Ftnnnry 1; me UIIWUUUE noutiu Long-awaited trade made Sunday Leafs give up Walton for Bernie Parent TOK-v'.ii'O be Walton fa pitted a started several days ago when the Bruins sent winger Dan Schock to Philadel- phia (or "future considers- MclJonald and George find range Sugar Kings remain in fourth The Lelhbridge Sugar Kings regained thud place in the Alberta Junior Hockey League for just a day as they dumped (he visiting Edmonton Maple Leafs 5-2 Saturday night. Sunday afternoon the Leafs dropped the Calgary Cougars 7-5 to maKe up for the loss to the Kings. The Sugar Kings were flying high Saturday night as they rammed in two quick goals mid-way through the first period before the Leafs could retaliate with minutes later and carried a S-l first period lead into the dressing room. Both clubs notched a goal each in the second frame while in the final stanza Lannie Me- THAT'S IT Montreal defenceman Serge Savrjrd is upended by the Leaf's Bob Baun 1 Saturday night in Toronto-Montreal National hockey League Game. Savard refractured his left leg injured last March and doctors say the new injury puts him out of action in- definitely. Minor hockey roundup Minor Hockey Week in Can- ada officially ended Sunday and a host of games were played to top it all off. In Pee Wee action the Bisons rammed home goals in the first and second periods and shutout the Falcons 4-0. Bruce Quick paced the Bisons with two goals while Ross Math- eson and Randy Servace chip- ped in a goal apiece. The Vikings kept up their winning ways as they doubled the score on the Tigers 4-2. Clayton Magyar, Duane Pty- cia, Jeff Takeyasu and Todd Takcyasu all popped in a goal for the Vikings while Boyd Con- nine and Ian Ennis managed a goal each for the Tigers. Two goals in the first period and one in the third stood up for the Penguins as they drop- ped the Blues 3-1. Garry Kamitomo blasted a two markers and Jim Scverkon one for the Penguins while Geoffrey Cox averted a shutout and slapped in the lone Blues goal. WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM AUSTIN vs DUPRE GIRLS RETURN Sweetan and Peller VI Hoves and Babic 7 Great Matches Bruce Anderson picked up his third shoutout of the season as the Totems blanked the Sabres 2-0. Peter Watson and Dennis Tay- lor banged in a goal apiece to help Anderson's cause. The Flyers slammed in three first period goals and three third period goals as they skated to a 6-0 romping over the Canucks. Don Larson and Glen Leffing- well both notched two goals each while Mike DeHeer and Wesley Findley contributed one each. Larson also chipped in with three assists. In Exhibition play the Midget C trimmed the Canadian Gas club 2-1. Derrick Blasco slammed in both the Midget C goals while Herb Willms replied for the Canadian Gas. In another exhibition encount- er the Bantam C Raiders hosted the Warner Warriors Friday night. The Raiders couldn't be called the perfect hosts as they clob- bered the visitors 11-0. Brant Marchuk was outstand- ing as he blinked the lights five times while Dave Jackson aided the cause with two. Doug Scroggle, Dale Nesting, Bob Miles and Dick Rigelhof added one each to the total. The ACT Bantam Reps trav- elled to Vauxhall and cam home with a close 7-6 decisior Saturday night. Baden Pilling and Reg Os mond both topped the Rep scoring with two goals eac while Rick Collier, Dennis Tak ahashi and Joe Meli chipped in with a goal each. For the host Vauxhall Midge B club S. Hleuckr picked u two goals while te immates I Cleland, G. Glas. Smith an B. Frieson added one each. The Midget "C" club trave led to Bow Island Sunday an dumped their Midget C club 4-2 Derrick Blasco once agai paced the Lethbridge club as he potted two goals while Non Michalis and George Irvin aided with singletons. Schock and rookie singer Rick McLeish, last year with Peter- borough Petes ot the Ontario Hockey Association Junior A Donald blasted in the lone marker. McDonald was on the right track again as he picked up three goals while Randy An- dreachuk and Derek Black chipped in with a goal apiece. For the Leafs Garry Kokol- ski and Terry Smith tallied once each. During the three periods King's goaltender John Davidson landled 40 shots while Rene Alto in the cage for the Leafs urned aside 24. The Kings also got the nod on five of the seven minor pen- Ities called and both clubs were assessed a major. Mc- Donald of the Kings and Dave Bowler cooled their heels for third period scrimmage. Sunday afternoon in Calgary wo goals by Jim Can paced Edmonton Maple Leafs to a 7-5 rietory over Calgary Cougars. The loss left the Cougars in a first-place tie with Red Deer lusflers. Terry Smith, Dale Bowler, Blake, Wayne Paulson and landy Smith also scored for the Leafs, who led 2-0 after the irst period and 4-3 after the second. Ian Hunter scored twice for the Cougars while Bill Fraser, Cliff Hendrickson and Darrell Goss added the others. Scott Darling, who was re- placed early in the second per- iod, and Gordon Lealkey eom- jined to stop 34 shots for the Cougars. Larry Hendricks stopped 27 shots on the Ed- monton goal. Calgary was assessed seven of 13 minor penalties. In an exhibition tilt Sunday afternoon the Lethbridge Sugar Kings out-skated the Lethbridge M and K Allstars 9-4. The Kings held period scores of 3-0 and 4-2 before they ilasted in five goals in the final frame. Dave George came up with a three-goal performance for the Kings while Ken D o d d chipped in with two, Gary Paskuski, George Mc- Srea, Len Chalmers, and Joe Mutch rounded out the scoring for the Kings with a goal apiece. For the Allstars Al Rowntree, Bob Balazs, Jerry Klinkham- mer and Dennis Allen notched a goal each. The Allstars were called on eight of the 11 minor penalties called and took one 10 minute misconduct along with a game misconduct. Jerry LeGrandeur was the culprit as he was ousted in the later stages of the second period. During the three periods of play Rod Morriee and Wayne Neilson in the Allstars net com- bined to make 35 saves while John Davidson and Phil Wand- ler handled 20 shots in the Kings net. LETHBRIDGE 5 EDMONTON 2 First Period 1. Lethbridge, An- dreachuk (George, Southern) 2. Lethbridge, McDonald (McLennan) 3. Edmonton, Kokolski [Carr, Kosak) 4. Lethbridge, Black {Chalmers, Paskuski) Penalties Kosak, George, shokopoles, Second Period 5. Edmonton, Smith ICtrr, Styles) 6. Lethbridge, McDonald (Andrenchuk) Penal- ties Pocza. Third Period 7. Lelhbridge, Mc- Donald (Damberger, Robertson) Penalties George, McCrea, McDon- ald Bowler Pocza. Daytona win DAYTON A BEACH, Fla. (AP) Pedro Rodriguez is a wiry little man, toughened by 17 of his 31 years at the wheel of a fast racing car. He no longer enjoys the emotional bath that comes with victory. Such was the case Sunday after he and England's Jackie Oliver paired to drive a German Porsche to the closest victory ever in the Daytona 24-hour Vikiiigs trim Milk River Bill Persley's Vauxhall Vik- ings travelled to Milk River and came up a slim 51-47 over the Comets in Southwest "B" Boys Basketball League action over the week- end. The victory allows the Vik- ings to share third place in the league with the Comets and the Wins'on Churchill Bulldogs. The Vikings hold a 4-5 record which is identical to that of the Comets but the Bulldogs own a 4-4 record. Picture Butte Sugar Kings currently rule the roost with in 8-1 record but are followed closely by the Stirling Lakers who stand at 6-1. Walton and Parent were the key players in the deal. Walton, who scored 73 goals in three full seasons with To- ronto, will give the East Divi- sion-leading Bruins added secu- rity up front in their pennant drive and quest of their second straight Stanley Cup. The Kirk- land Lake, Ont., player had been used primarily as a centre by Toronto but was used effec- tively on occasion at all forward positions. Parent, 23, of Montreal, al- ready is a five-year veteran oi the big leagues with Boston an Philadelphia and gives Toronto ample backstopping support for several seasons. He is expectet to arrive Tuesday and dress for Wednesday's game here against St. Louis Blues. Gamble, 32, was the Leafs goalie in most of their games during the two seasons previous to the current campaign, due primarily to injuries to other goaltending personnel, particu- larly veteran Johnny Bower. When Leafs acquired Jacques Plante in an off-season trade with St. Louis, their immediate needs were secured and they made it, dear they were in the market for a top calibre goalie to succeed the aging Plante. Rumors of a Walton-Parenl jact were rampant during the NHL all-star break at Boston in mid-January. Spokesmen for both teams denied at the time there was any substance to the trade talks. QUIT LEAFS Walton, in the Leaf doghouse on several occasions since join mg the club four years ago, let the team for good last Dec. 2 and went into seclusion. His ai] merit was later diagnosed as a depressive illness. The Leafs suspended him, bu he was later ordered reinstatec on full pay by NHL presisten Clarence Campbell after a re- port by an independent psychda trist recommended that fo health reasons Walton should be traded to another team. Walton's lawyer, Alan Eagle- son, who also acts for othe NHL players and is executiv director of the NHL Players Association, threatened legal action against the Leafs unless they worked out a trade. He said that while the team was negotiating a trade, the were expecting too much in es change. Management counterec that if this was the case, th player had only his con tract to blame since the wanted equal value in any trad talks. Eagleson called a news con ference early last week to an nounce plans for legal actions but was forced to cancel ouf when he was taken abed by virus. In Parent, Gregory said the obtained a goaltender they ha coveted since 1963 when he wa playing junior hockey in Quebec. They filed a claim o the Montreal-born youngfter Du he was claimed by the then lowly Bruins and assigned their OHA Junior A affiliate a Niagara Falls. DRAFTED BY FLYERS He stepped right into z Bra uniform from Junior hockey in 1965 and played only 16 in the minor pros during th next two years before bein claimed by Philadelphia in th 1967 expansion draft. Since then, Parent and Dou Favell have formed a solid goa tending unit for the Flyers an were among the leading cano dates for Vezdna Trophy honor during their three years as tandem. Parent played 61 games fo the Flyers last year, due pr marily to a serious leg injurj suffered by Favell, and had a] peared in "29 games this seaso with a 2.67 goals against ave age. Gamble, from Thunder Bay Ont., played several NH New York an Toronto obtaine his contract from Eddie Shore former owner of Springfield American Hockey League fran chise in 1965. Gamble, who ha< a nomadic minor-pro career quit hockey during the 1964-6 season rather than play fo Shore. He had never been fully ac ceptert by the Toronto hierarch while Punch Imlaeh was coac and general manager, nor under current coach Johnny McLcllan because of his inconsistency. When Gamble was hot, he was practically unbeatable. But too often he was the victim of soft shots that wouldn't normally have beaten him. ANDY CAPP Savard out for season? Bruins add to lead By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer Boston Bruins opened some daylight between themselves md New York Rangers in their National Hockey League East Division race, but Montreal lanadiens saw their third-place standing jeopardized by two osses and an injury to defence- man Serge Savard in weekend action. The Bruins blanked St. Loins Blues 6-0 Sunday as defenceman Bobby Ort scored twice and centre Phil Esposito scored his 45th of the season to close within four points of his second 100-point season after 49 games. The Rangers, meanwhile, fell six points behind after taking a 5-2 pasting by the Flyers at Philadelphia Saturday and being held to a 2-2 tie by Los Angeles Kings in New York Sunday. And the Canadiens, who started the weekend at home with a 54 loss to Toronto Maple Leafs Saturday in a heavy-hit- ting encounter that claimed Sa- vard's services for an indefinite period, took a 4-1 lacing from the Black Hawks in Chicago Sunday. WINGS LOSE AGAIN In other games Sunday, Phila- delphia tripped Detroit Red Wings. 3-1, Buffalo Sabres climbed out the East base- ment with a 6-1 win over Van- couver Canucks and Minnesota North Stars bombed California Golden Seals 7-1. The other Saturday night games saw Los Angeles and De- troit play to a 3-3 standoff and Pittsburgh Penguins upset Chi' cago 3-1. GoaltenderEd Johnston turned aside 23 shots for his second shutout of the season as the Bruins extended their win streak on home ice to 17 games Esposito's tip-in of Ted Green's blueline shot at of the firsi period proved'the winner and Orr's 21st and 22nd of the sea- son started a four-goal Boston second period. Centre Juha Widing's goal midway in the third periot pulled Los Angeles into the tie at New York, but the Rangers extended their unbeaten string on home ice to 26 regular sea- son games, two short of the record held by Montreal. The Rangers, who have won only once in their last eighl starts, pulled out all stops to win but were stymied by Kings goalie Dennis DeJordy who faced 38 shots, 30 in the final two periods. HAWKS STRETCH LEAD Dennis Hull scored twice against Montreal as the Black Hawks opened a 17-point leaf over St. Louis atop the West Di- vision. Referee Bill Friday called 59 minutes in penalties, 43 of them in the second period when Chicago's Lou Angotti and Yvan Cournoyer of the Cana- diens and Cliff Koroll of the Hawks and Frank Mahovlich of Montreal engaged in separate battles. Gordon Labossiere, playing before hometown Minnesota fans for the first time since he was acquired in a trade from Angeles via Montreal, scored three goals and assisted on a fourth. Labossiere scored once in each period while team mate Bill Goldsworthy extended his goal-scoring string to six games. Gilbert Perreault, Buffalo's ligh-scoring rookie, had another big night with his 25th and 26th goals against Vancouver. Paul Andrea also turned in two goals !or the Sabres, who moved into fifth place in the East, one point ahead of Vancouver and Detroit and 13 behind Toronto. Gary Dornhoefer's'two third- period goals carried the Flyers to their home-ice win over De- troit. Summaries SUNDAY 1 BOSTON ST. LOUIS First Period 1. Boston, Esposito 45 (Green, Hodgt) Penalties Esposilo Stanfield Arbour Roberts miscon- duct Second Period 2. Orr 21 (cashman. Bucyk) 3. Boston, Orr 22 (Bucyk, Esposllo) 4. Bos- ton, Cashman 15 (Esposito, R. Smith} 5. Boston, Leach 1 (Bucvk) Penalties K. Plagw Third Period I. Boston, Sander- son 17 (Orr, Marcotte) Westlall shots on goal by St. Louii I 10-n Boston 11 11-JJ Attendance BUFFALO VANCOUVER 1 First Period 1. Buffalo, Perreault 25 2. Buffalo, Andrea 10 (Goy- ette) 3. Vancouver, Hall 13 (Talon, Cullen) Ptniltles Young BarrK IMS. Second Period 4. Buffalo, Andreft 11 (Barrie) Penalties wllklns 0 u I n n Marshall Young Third Period 5. Buffalo, Duff 4 (Atkinson, Meehan) a. Buffalo, Perreault U (Sharck, Goyette) 7. Buffalo, Meetwn (Atkinson, Barrle} Penalties Palment Ham- ilton Watson Young, Krake shots on goal by Buffalo II 11 Vancouver 15 14-33 Attendance NEW YORK 1 LOS ANGELES 2 First Period 1. Los Angeles, By ers 10 (Wlding) 2. New York, Gilbert 18 (Park) Penalties Cahan, Horton Hoganson ma- ior, Irvine major Backstrom Stemkowsk! Ravllch Second Period 3. New York, Stem- kowskl 11 (Park, Selling) Penal- ties Stemkowsk! Lemleux double minor, Hadfieid maior, Neilson Third Period 4. Los Angeles, Widing 16 (Berry) Penalty Lonsberry Shots on goal by Les Angeles 8 New York 1 18 Attendance PHILADELPHIA 3 DETROIT 1 First Period No scoring. Ptnal- ties LeClerc Kelly Second Period No scoring. Penal- ties Rolfe Clarke Libett, Johnson Third Period l. Detroit, Charron 6, 2. Philadelphia, Morrison 2 (Gendron) 3. Philadelphia, Dorn- hoefer 6 (Johnson) 4. Philadel- phia, Dornhoeler 7, Penalties- Bergman Shots on goal by Detroit 8 8 11-17 Philadelphia 9 ti Attendance CHICAGO 4 MONTREAL 1 First Period 1. Chicaoo, D. Hull 21 (Koroll, Miklta) Penalties Maloney Martin, Harper Laperrlere F. Mahovlich Chica- go bench Lapolnte Second Period 2. Chicago, Pappin 11 (Martin, Stapleton) 3. Mon- treal, Tremblay 4 (sheehan, F. Ma- Penalties Ferguson major Counoyer major, F. Ma- hovlich maior, Angotti, maior, Koroll major, minor, Montreal bench Koroll Korab Mik- 118 misconduct Third Period 4. Chicago, Nester- enko 8 (Campbell) 5. Chicago, D. Hull 22 (Magnuson) Penally Shots on goal by Montreal.......... 16 8 Chicago 17 18 Attendance SATURDAY LOS ANGELES 3 DETROIT 3 First Period 1. Los Angeles, Backstrom 2, 2. Los Angeles, Lonsberry 12 (Joyal, Flett) 3. Detroit, Charron 4 (MacGregor, Col- Ins) 4. Detroit, Charron 5 (Mac- C-regor, Webster) Penalties Lonsberrv Second Period 5. Detroit, Ho-A-e 16 (Hart, Webster) nelly, Price Lajeunesse Cahan Third Period 6. Los Angeles, Rob- inson 13 (Flett, Goring) Penal- ties linger Collins Mar- one Shots on goal by Los Angeles......... C B Detroit u 9 Attendance PHILADELPHIA S NEW YORK i First Period 1. Philadelphia, Schmauti 10 (Kelly, Clarke) 2. Philadelphia. Kelly 10 [Schmautz, Clarke) penalties stemkow- skl Kelly, Irvine majors Second Philadelphia, Pet- ers 4 (Johnson, van Impel 4. Philadelphia, Clarke 16 (Ashbee, La- crotx} Penalties Horton Dornhccfer Ssther maior, ml- .nor W. Hlllman Third Period S. Philadelphia, Clarke 17 (Schmautz, W. Hlllman) 6. New York, Hadlleld IS telle, Gilbert 7. New York, Rogi- taille 1 (Gilbert, Park) Penalty Impe Shots on goal by New York 16 Philadelphia........ 11 11 Attendance PITTSBURGH 3 CHICAOO 1 First Period 1. Pittsburgh, Fen- teyne 1, (Harbaruck, Schock) Penalties Hextall Zalne Chicago bench Jar- ett Maloney double minor, Bath- gote Apps Second Period 2. Chicago, NH- terenko 7 (Angottt, Mohns) Pen- alties Woytowich Miklta, Polls majors Angotti Third Period 3. Pittsburgh, Bath- gate 10 (Boyer, Woytowich) 4. Pittsburgh, Fonteyne 2, ties Pronovost Magnuson McCatlum shots on goa! by Chicago 5 9 8-M Pittsburgh 13 10 10-33 Attendance TORONTO 5 MONTREAL 4 First Period 1. Montreal, P. Ma- hovlich 21 (F. Mahovlich) 2. To- ronto, Utlman 26 (Ellis, Henderson) 3. Toronto, Ullman 27 (Hender- son) 4. Montreal. Beltveau 13 (Cournoyerl Penalties Mona- han, Roberto majors Harrison Lapolnte Second Period 5. Toronto, Ellis 20 (Henderson) 6. Montreal, F. Ma- hovlich 19 (Lepointe, Roberto) Penalties Rofaerlo Ferguson P. Mahovlich McKenny Third Period 7. Toronto, Hender- son 21 (Pelyk) 8. Toronto, Keen 35 (Monahan, Baun) V. Montreal, Lamaire 18 (Tremblay) Penal- ties Ferguson P. Mahovtlch Dorey Shots on goal by Toronto t 11 Ift-tt Montreal 11 3 4-30 Attendance Sawcliuk to be honored DETROIT (AP) Goalie Terry Bawchuk, whose death eight months ago ended a bril- liant National Hockey League career which spanned two dec- ades will be inducted into the Detroit Red Wing Hall of Fame Thursday. EXPORTA REGULAR AND KINGS ARNOLD HARAGA is Comin9 fo Kinsmen Sportsman's Dinnerl Saturday, Feb. 6th Tickets available at: Bayer's, Marcel's and Art Williams Wonderful World of Travel! ;