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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, Ftbruary 11, 1974 BOOK NOW FOR OVERSEAS CHARTERS now contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL 320-3201 The Herald Sports Klinkhammer scores Ken Klinkhammer, a defenceman turned forward for the Lolhbndqe Longhorns, scored twice in each of two weekend games as the locals won 7-5 Saturday night against Edmonton Mets and tied 7-7 with Drumheller Sunday. Klinkhammer, in dark jersey, scores Saturday night as he slides the puck into the bottom left hand corner of the net Two added to Canadiens injured list New York Rangers goalie Gilles Villemure is healthy once again but several members of Montreal Canadiens are hurting after weekend play in the National Hockey League. Villemure, in his first start for the Rangers since Dec. 16, blocked 24 shots as the Rangers defeated St. Louis Blues 4-2 Meanwhile, Pierre Bouchard and Murray Wilson joined the long Montreal injury list as the Canadiens NHL weekend scorers By The CANADIAN PRESS SUNDAY St. Louis 2 at NY Rangers 4 St. Brooks; NY Fair- bairn, Irvine, Neilson. Pittsburgh 3 at Chicago MacDonald, Arnason; Chi-, 3, Redmond, Pappin. Los Angeles 6 at Atlanta 3 Los Angeles-Widing 2, Ko- zak, St Marseille, Goring, Kannegiesser. ter, Romanchych, Stewart. Montreal 1 at Philadelphia 3 Phila-. 2, MacLeish. Minnesota 0 at Boston 4 Cashman, Sheppard, Smith. Buffalo 2 at Vancouver 5 Buffalo-Martin, Robitaille; Lever, O'Flaherty, Guevremont, Lemieux. SATURDAY Philadelphia 3 at Boston 5 Philadelphia-Schultz 2, Clarke; 2, Hodge 2, Bucyk. Pittsburgh 3 at NY Islanders 2 Bian- chin, Pronovost; NY Island-, Gagnon. NY Rangers 2 at Montreal 7 NY Rangers Hadfield, Vickers; yer 2, Roberts, P. Mahovlich, F. Mahovlich, Shutt, Lafleur. Detroit 4 at Vancouver 5 Charron, DeBenedet, Hogaboam; Van-, 2, Guevre- mont, Oddleifson, Boudrias. Minnesota 1 at Toronto 4 tone; Ham- marstrom, Shack, Sittler. Los Angeles 2 at St. Louis 1 Los Gor- ing; St. lost 3-1 to Philadelphia Flyers. In other games, Los Angeles Kings downed Atlanta Flames 6-3, Vancouver Canucks clipped Buffalo Sabres 5-2, Chicago Black Hawks dumped Pittsburgh Penguins 5-3 and Boston Bruins blanked Minnesota North Stars 4-0. Saturday, Montreal ham- mered the Rangers 7-2, Pitts- burgh nipped New York Islanders 3-2, Vancouver edged Detroit Red Wings 5-4, Toronto Maple Leafs clipped Minnesota 4-1, Boston downed Philadelphia 5-3 and Los Angeles nipped St Louis Blues 2-1. Villemure replaced Eddie Giacomin in the New York goal after Giacomin allowed seven goals on 28 shots in Saturday's loss to Montreal. Villemure returned after recovering from the flu and then an injured a knee. Bouchard hurt a foot blocking a shot and Wilson hurt a shoulder to join team- mates Serge Savard Guy Lapointe (sore shoulder and Jacques Lemaire (sore shoulder) and Jacques Laperriere (damaged knee) on the Montreal injury list. Two second-period goals by Flyers''centre Bobby Clarke made the difference although the Flyers dominated the game, firing 45 shots at Montreal goalie Wayne Thomas. Juha Widing scored two on a penalty shot in the second help the Kings move into fourth place in the NHL's West Division, two points ahead of the Flames. Widing was awarded the penalty shot by referee Andy van Hellemond when Atlanta goalie Dan Bouchard threw his stick at the puck during a scramble in front of the Flames' net. LETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Lml 7lh ilrwrt Shopping Hall (408) 32S-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS Longhorns win, tie score 14 big markers It gets pretty bad when you have to score 14 goals in a pair of weekend games just to earn a win and a tie. But things have been that way for the LethDridge Longhorns all season in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. This weekend, like many others, followed a pattern for the last place club as everything had to done the hard way. Saturday night at Henderson Ice Centre they had to rally from a two-goal deficit to register a 7-5 triumph and then Sunday they outscored Drumheller Falcons, at Drumheller, 3-2 in the final period to gain a 7-7 draw. Ken Klinkhammer enjoyed his most productive weekend of the season as he scored four goals, two Saturday night and a like number Sunday afternoon. Ron Krikke fired home two goals Sunday while singles went to Terry Roberts, Randy Joevenazzo and Darryl Zaperniuk. Ron Rose led Drumheller with a pair of markers while Cam Christiansen, John Hilworth, Grant Pushie, Garth Morgan, and Ken Wbodkey added singles. The two clubs split 14 minor penalties and two majors while the Longhorns drew a 10-minute misconduct. Longhorns led 1-0 after the first period but the teams exploded for eight goals in the second. Both clubs had 40 shots on goal in the free- wheeling contest. Meanwhile, Saturday night, Roberts had a pair of counters to go with Klinkharomer's. Krikke, Bernie Syrenne and Joevenazzo were the other Longhorn marksmen. Paul Messier led the Mets with two goals. Solo markers came off the sticks of Dave Morrow, Tony Lecuyer and Rick Zaperniuk added the other Met counters. Edmonton outshot the Longhorns 38-31 while taking eight of 13 minor penalties. Goalie Jim Bowman turned away 31 of 33 shots on goal Sunday to lead the Edmonton Mets to a 3-2 win over the Pass Red Devils. Bowman shut out the Red Devils in the first period and allowed only one goal each in the second and third periods. Edmonton had only 25 shots on goal. Tony Lecuyer. Tony Curry and Paul Messier had singles for Edmonton while Grant Wells and John Hawkins scored the Red Devils goals. The Mets had a goal in each period The Mets took 10 minor penalties and the Red Devils eight. Terry Wittchen, with three goals, paced Red Deer to a 6-2 win over Calgary Canucks Sunday night. Brian Sutter added two goals and assisted on ail three of Wittchen's, while Peter Skrabyk contributed a single to round out the winning score Dean Magee and Butch Owchar replied for Calgary The teams were tied 1-1 at Sons came close Lethbridge Y's Men's Native Sons fell just short of a comeback win in the Central Alberta Junior B Hockey League Sunday afternoon at Henderson Ice Centre. Native Sons, trailing 5-2 after one period of play came out on the short end of an 8-6 count against the Olds Cascades. Sons managed to deadlock the game at 6-6 but gave up two unanswered goals in the third period Piero Lavoratto paced the Sons attack with two goals. Singletons came from Joe Meli, Ron Simmons, Ray Heathcote and Alan Marchuk. Don Stankovich did most of 'the damage for Olds as he scored three times. Ron Murphy, with a pair, and Greg Haerstad, Lloyd Ulry and Alan Barlow, each one, accounted for the rest of the Olds scoring. A total of 25 penalties were whistled down in the game while the Sons held the edge in shots on goal 30-26. With just two games left on the league schedule, Sons' new coach Bob MacDonald, is grooming his club for the playoffs. Wednesday night the Sons tangle with Brooks Tubers while next Saturday night the league-leading Palace Pats are in town for an encounter at Henderson Ice Centre. MacDonald and his charges would like nothing better than to head into the playoffs with a victory over the Pats fresh in their minds. the end of the first period, but the Rustlers took a 4-2 advantage going into the third Ron Bourcier in the Red Deer net made 24 saves, while Dan Milton stopped 38 shots for Calgary The Canucks took eight of 15 penalties, including a misconduct. Red Deer was assessed a misconduct, a game misconduct and a match penalty. The Pass Red Devils opend a 3-1 lead in the first two periods Saturday night and held on to defeat Calgary Canucks 4-3 in a league game staged in Rlairmore. Wayne Turner, Brent McCracken, Lyle Murray and Grant Wells tallied for the winners, who led 2-1 after the first period and outshot Calgary 39-27. Jerry Bancks scored twice for Calgary Don Cairns had the other. The Pass served two minor penalties and Calgary three. Each team served one major Larks win Foremost tourney The Coaldale Kate Andrews Larks captured the Foremost Invitational Girls' Basketball Tournament title Saturday Four Southern Alberta teams took part in the one-day modified single-knockout event. The Larks proved to be the best in the annual classic as they picked up a pair of hard- fought decisions. They dropped Cardston St Mary's 38-34 in their tourney opener and then defeated the host Foremost Forettes 33-26 in the championship final Sandra Vaselenak led the Larks to their win in the toumey final with 12 points while Bonny Stanko aided the cause with 10. Lorinda Whittle notched eight points in a losing effort The Cardston contingent didn't go home empty-handed as they defeated Taber St. Mary's Auroras 46-21 in the third place final. At die conclusion of the one- day event, Stanko along with Sandra Bohner of the Larks, Whittle of Foremost, Jan Pavka of Taber and Cardston's Jaey Fox were awarded spots on the all-star team ALBERTS MEN'S APPAREL LTD. 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