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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI UTHMIOOI HflALO Mwdoy, 15, APSDYCAPP I JUST CANT. V GO THROUGH Bruins, Hawks extend respective division leads Summaries i i Hull moves past Richard into second place Narrow victory in Quebec SUNDAY BOSTON 5 TORONTO 1 First Period 1. Boston, Sander, son 20 (Westfall) 2. Toronto, Keon 29 (MacMlllan) faaVfa _ Hodge, Baun Wilton Carleton Henderson 3. Boston, Espo- sito 48 (Orr) 4. Boston, cashman 19 (Bucyk, Orr) Penalties I'ey 6, Third Period 5. Boston, Awrey 2, (Sanderson) Boston, Bucyk.35 (Esposito, Cashman) Penalties Walter MacMlllan, Toronto bench served by Green, Seen- cer malors, Shots on goal by Boston Toronto 6 Attendance BUFFALO 3 PHILADiLPHIA 1 First Period 1. Buffalo, Andrea n (Hamilton, Talbof) Penalties Hamilton Morrison Second Period J. Philadelphia, Clarke 20 (Hughes, Nolet) 3. Buffalo, Shack 16 (Perreault, Andrea) 4. Buffalo, Perreault 29 (Andrea, Marshall) S. Philadelphia, Mac- Lelsh 1 (Nolet) Penalties Shack Ashbee W. Hill- man Third Period No scoring. Penal- ties _ MacLeish Van Imp- Talbot Shots on goal by Philadelphia J-JJ Buffalo Attendance MINNESOTA 5 PITTSBURSH 4 First Period 1. Minnesota, Paris 9 (Harris) 2. Minnesota, Gran. 25 (Gibbs) 3. Minnesota Parlse 10 (Barrett) 4. Pittsburgh, Apps (Polls, Prentice) S. Minnesotl Goldsworthy 19 (Drouin) Pena. ties Harris Hextall Woy- towich Goldsworthy Reid. Bathgate, Glbbs Second Period 6. Pittsburgh H-x fall 13 (Zalne, McCallum) 7 Minnesola, Laboisslere 15 (Parlse' 7-20; 8. Pittsburgh, Bathgatt 11 (Me Creary) 9. Pittsburgh Fonteyne 3 (Schock, Pronovost) Penal ties Reid Apps Reic Gibbs, Schock, Drouin flami misconduct Third Period No scoring. Penal ty _ Woylowich Shots on goal by Pittsburgh 10 14 Minnesota 16 15 Attendance NEW YORK 2 ST. LOUIS 1 First Period 1. New York, Park 5 (Tkaczuk) Penalties Ar hour Cameron Unger Selling Second Period 2. New York Balon 33 (selling, Falrbalrn) Penalties Hud; Tkaczulc Park SIMPSONS SEARS Solves Hot Water Problems PRICES START AS IOW AS Call 328-9231 For Fast, Low Cost Installation Third Period 3- St. Louis, Lor- 15 (Sabourin) Penalties Plager McCreary miscon- ct Balon ihots on goal by ew 14 14 Attendance ETROIT 4 LOS ANSELES 0 First Period 1. Detroit, Webster (LeClerc, Howe) 2. Detroit, ebster 22 (Howe, Robllaille) enaltles Flett Luce 11; Flelt Bench Second Period 3. Detroit. Le- erc 7 [Webster, Howe) 4. De. oit, Collins 8 (Luce, Harris) enallles None. Third Period No scoring, penal- es Bergman Ravllch major, iller major, Berry misconduct Shots on goal by os Angeles 13-35 .troit 7 12 12-31 Attendance HICAGO J VANCOUVER 1 First Period 1. Chicago, Pappin (R. Hull, Campbell) 2. Chi- igo, R. HUH 35 (Campbell, Pinder) Penalties Magnuson orrlgan Tallon Nes- irenko second Period No scoring. Penal- es D. Hull oroll Third Period 3. Vancouver, Tay- r 2 (Tallon R. Hull 36 (Pap- In, White) Penalties Corrl- an Nesterenko Shots on goal by itS Attendance ATURDAY MONTREAL t CALIFORNIA 1 First Period 1. California, Fergu- on 10 (Hextall) 2. Montreal, Le- maire 21 (Richard, Larose) 3. Tardif 15 (Tremblay, La- Penalties Hextall, Har- Boughner Hampson Roberto Second period 4. Montreal, Fer- uson 11 (P. Mihovllch, Rochefort) 5-54; 5. Montreal, Roberto 6 (Laper- iere) Penalties Marshall ouble minor, Larose, P. Mahovllch Roberto Stackhouse Tardif Richard Third Period 6. Montreal, P. Ma- ovlich 24 (Lapolnte, Houle) 7. California, Jarrett 12 (Mulom) Penalties California bench served y O'Donoghue Stackhouse Roberto Shots on goal by California Montreal Attendance TORONTO I LOS ANSELES 1 First Period 1. Toronto, Hender- on 24 (McKenny, Ullman) 2. Dorey 3, 3. Toronto, Monahan 13 (Pelyk, MacMlllan) Los Angeles, Goring 2 (Robinson, ...Tileux) Penalty Ullman Second Period 5. Toronto, Ellis 22 Ullman, Harrison) 6. Toronto, Armstrong 6 (Harrison, Pelykl 7. Toronto, MacMillan 7 (Keon) a. Toronto, Henderson 25 (Keon, Mc- Kenny) 9. Toronto, Trottier 13 Ullman, Pelyk) Penalties Le- mleux Harrison, Cahan Mickey Hoganson Third Period No scoring. Penai- les Lemleux Berry Mar- otte Shots on goal by 7 11-24 14 12 13 8 17 -53 _js Angeles Toronto Attendance PITTSBURGH S CHICAGO 4 First Period 1. Chicago, Pappin 12, 2. Pittsburgh, Labre 1 (Apps, Polls) 3. Pittsburgh, prentice 11 (Hextall, Zalne) 4. Chicago, Pappin 13 (D. Hull, Campbell) Pittsburgh, Apps 4 (Boyer, Hextall) 7-07; 6. Pittsburgh, Apps 5 (Prono- vost, Polls) Penalties Hextall 7-12, Mohns Stapleton Mlklta, Labre maior Second Period 7. Chicago, Mlklta 14 (D. Hull, Penal- les Magnuson double minor, Mc- Callum Third Period 8. Pittsburgh, Mc- Lreary 16 (Bathgale, Boyer) 9. Chicago, D. Hull 30 (R. Hull, Staple- ton) Penalties Blackburn Apps Koroll Mikita Shots on goal by Chicago 6 11 7-24 Pittsburgh Attendance PHILADELPHIA 2 MINNESOTA J Fir it Period 1. Philadelphia, Clarke 19 (Dornhoelfer, MacLeish) 5-32; 2. Minnesota, Harvey 8 (Golds- worthy, Drouin) Penalties Van Impe 1.50, Clarke, O'Shea 5.34, Ashbee Nanne, Peters 13.03, Drouin Gendron Second Period No scoring. Penal- ties Drouin, Peters majors Harris majcr, Kelly major, minor Reid Third Period 3. Minnesota, Golds- worthy 18 (Reid, Grant) 4. Phil- adelphia, Dornhoeffer 8 (Clarke, Hughes) Penalties Paris Hughes Harvey Shots on goal by Philadelphia Minnesota 11 10 Attendance 10.309. 7-21 7-1! ST. LOUIS 2 NEW YORK 1 First Period No scoring. Penalty Second Period 1. St. Louis, Unger 14 (Suther and Connelly) 2. New York, Ralelle 23 (Neilson, Gilbert) Penalties Stemkowskl Bob Plager misconduct Third Period 3. St. Louis, Camer- on 9 (Crisp, Bordeleau) Penal- ties Morton Sather, Suther- land Shots on goal by New York 10 4 St. Louis........... 7 14 9-30 Attendance By THE CANADIAN PRESS Bobby Hull, Chicago Black Hawks' Golden Jet, has re- placed Maurice (Rocket) Rich- ard as the second most prolific goal-scorer in National Hockey League history. Hull passed Richard Sinday night when he scored two goals in his team's 3-1 win over Van- couver Canucks and increased his goal output in the NHL to 546. Richard, who retired from Montreal Canadiens in i960 after scoring 544 goals in 18 sea- sons, had been listed second to all-time great Gordie Howe, the leading scorer with 782 goals and still playing for Detroit Red Wings. Hull, 32-year-old left winger, exceeded Richard's total in his 14th season after joining Chi- cago as a junior from St. Cath- arines Black Hawks. "It's always been Howe and Richard or Richard and Hull said in the Chicago dress- ing room. "Just to be mentioned in the same breath with them is a great thrill." Hull, given atwo-minute standing ovation by the Chicago fans, said: "I don't know how many goals I had when Richard re- tired but it wasn't very many and I never gave a thought as to my ever scoring as many goals as Richard." In other games Sunday, But falo Sabres defeated Philadel phia Flyers 3-2, Detroit blanked Los Angeles Kings 4-0, New York Rangers beat St. Louis Blues z-l, Minnesota North Stars stopped Pittsburgh Pen guins 5-4 and Boston Bruin dumped Toronto Maple Leals 5- 'saturlay the Leafs wallopec the Kings 8-1, Montreal Cana diens downed California Golden Seals 5-2, Pittsburgh edged Chi cago 54, St. Louis nipped New York 2-1 and Philadelphia an? Minnesota played to a 2-2 tie. Hull's two goals give him 3 for the season and with 2 games remaining for the Blac Hawks in the 78-game schedule it is possible he could reach th 50-goal milestone no unusual for him. Hull already has scored 50 o more goals in a season four times, the last occasion in the 1968-69 season when he set an NHL record of 58 goals. Only two other players, Bernie Geof- frion, a Richard team-mate, and Richard, ever scored as many as 50 goals in one season. Each did it once. Hull's first goal Sunday night came at of the first period after Jim Pappin had given the Black Hawks a 1-0 lead. The Golden Jet score again in the third period when he moved un- molested through the Vancouver defence and fired the puck past goalie Charlie Hodge, who had already committed himself when Hull moved in. Ted Taylor scored for the Canucks, who now drop into the East Division cellar, three points behind the fifth-place Sabres. Detroit is in sixth place with 40 poults. Buffalo, the other new entry this season in the NHL with Vancouver, got a goal from Gil Perreault, their high-scoring rookie, in its win against the Flyers'. Perreault's goal was his 29th of the season, only five goals away from the rookie sea- son record of 34. Perreault also assisted on a goal by Eddie Shack and the two points earned give him a total of short of the record for a rookie. The Red Wings, with Jim Rutherford in goal, registered their first shutout of the season and also their first victory over the Kings in five games this season. Rookie Tom Webster paced the Wings with two goals, his 21st and 22nd while the veteran Howe assisted on both and also on one by Ronald LeClerc. Defenceman Brad Park scored his first goal in 16 games midway in the first period with St. Louis two men short and Dave Balon tallied his 33rd early in the second to give the Rangers their victory over the Blues. Goalie Gilles Villemure had shut out the Blues until the final minutes when Jim Lorentz scored. Bill Goldsworthy continued his hot streak, scoring his 13th goal in the last 13 games in helping to lead the North Stars to their victory over the Pen- guins. The win snapped a six-game streak for the North tars, who scored three unan- wered goals in the first 1012 minutes of play. J.-P. Parise got two of the goals in that out- burst, one of them coming while Pittsburgh was shorthanded. Brian Hextall, Andy Bathgate and Val Fonteyne each scored in the second period to narrow Minnesota leads but the North Stars held them scoreless in the third period. The Bruins overpowered a To- ronto team that the night ear- lier had coasted to an easy vic- tory over the Kings. Centre Derek Sanderson scored before two minutes of play to give Bos- It seemed fitting for Russel MONT STE. ANNE, Quc. CP) It seems only fitting hat Patrick Russel of France should have finished Sunday vhat three of his women team- mates had started with such a lourish three days earlier. Russel, 25. wound up the hree-day Bank of Montreal In- ernational World Cup ski meet vith a brilliant victory in the men's two-run special slalom after three French jelle Mir, Jacqueline Rouvier and Francoise done surprisingly well for France Friday with a one-two- three finish in the women's giant slalom. But in between the French victories, the weather, a 'pair of men from Switzerland and a sis- ter tandem from the United and Barbara all done their share to insert themselves into the spotlight. Russel, while able to win two giant slaloms in Europe, had only a third-place special slalom effort to his credit earlier this season. But he made up for the dis- crepancy in rare style Sunday when his runs of 47.37 and 52.58 seconds gave him over-all time of one minute, 39.95 seconds; one tenth of a second faster than Gustavo Theoni of Italy. TAKES LEAD The victory also allowed Rus- sel to vault into a 10-point lead over Theoni in the men's World Cup standings. The French skier now has 125 points, 10 more than the Italian racer. Before coming here, Russel had been in fourth place in the point standings, with 100, behind Theoni, and team-mates Jean- Noel Augert with 107 and Henri Duvillard with 103. Augert failed to gain a point here when he failed to finish both the giant and special sla- lorn. In addition to AucJrt, Aus- tria's Karl Schranz, World Cup winner for 1969 and 1970, failed to finish the same events. The Austrian remained well behind the field with 57 points. Duvillard brought his total to 103 points with his eighth-place finish in Sunday's special sla- lom. Alain Penz of France finished third behind Russel and Theoni with a time of Only 27 Of the 62 starters fin- ished Sunday's two-run down the 88-gate, 1520-foot course with its vertical drop of 620 feet. Three Hunter of Calgary, Doug Temple of Vancouver and Russell Good- man of Montreal were the only North Americans to survive the heavy, wind-blown snow that threatened to wipe out the course during parts of the race. ton a 1-0 lead and Dave Kepn tied it for Toronto seven min- utes later but that was all the scoring the Leafs managed. Scoring leader Phil Esposito of Boston opened the scoring in the second period with his 48th goal of the season and the lanky centre now is two goals away from becoming the fourth player in NHL history to score 50 goals in a season. Esposito also assisted on John Bucyk'l 35th goal of the season. No. 36915 Kitchen Companion Flashlight Unconditionally Guaranteed All Metal Seamless Aluminum case A Decorator Designed package to hang anywhere in home, cottage or garage Best Value For Your Money PRICED AT ONLY 99' LEISTERS MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG. 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