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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBR1DGE HEBALD Wodneiday, February 16, 1971 Bruins embark on six-frame road trip Boston coach Tom Johnson be worried? iu Tiir r PKKSS to EJiinos. icmumli lo run right up our j Montreal Canadions. ruKt'm lU-nin, li ,vi- won W of UHMI is Johnson I barks and vi> can't afford (o j Maple IxjaFs mccl Llie Penpjins pluvd Tlic j vincc "plu.-: minus" of valUifi j a hnc'lu-v e" irflah'S 1 or a pi over's worth o-'.l proportion, and phmikl Ix1 tc I con i a [-i' pysicr.i. fiun An- tU-c'.vs, I ho lltvlioy j Andrews, v.lio hupcs to con- i N ew for Rilev Pal Lakors LOS ANGKLCS 'API Rilcy of Los An.L'elc-s caj'ccr for poinls and as the Lakers Cinchmali Unyals 123- 118 ii N'nlicnal BnAclbnll Asso- ria icn r.clion Tuesday nisht. Elsuuhcrc. Celtics beat Portland TrailMawrs 111- ]CM, Ballimorp Bullets whipped Houston Rnckels 113-98, Atlanta Hawks Detroit Pistons i 3J3-1P3 and Golden Slalc War- riors shaded Buffalo Craves I 103-100. In the ABA. It was Dallas 110. Virginia 111: Carolina 12G. Pitts- burgh 11.1: Kentucky KM. Indi- ana 93: the i loridimis 125. Den- ver 124 in overtime and Utah Memphis S3. The Lakers led 20-16 early in league mcnilK.'1'S thiit method shcuW he re- phici'd, y.iid fln.w in Hie existing sys- tem is that il doe? not (ate inlo ccjisiderMion the uoals- of teams when assessing an individual playc-r. For instance. Bobby Orr of the- Boston Bruins is currently plus 5-J, mining ihst ivhen lie has been on the ice. Boston lias sccrc-d 51 more peals Ihnn IJis opposition. Only goals scored when both Learns are at even strength ore taken into account. The method of evalu- slkg a player gives Richard Summaries CHICAGO 3 ST. LOUIS irit Perlind 1. Chicago, MiKila 11 fSlaplefcn, Pcnalffcs Bdrc'ay Plaqer Kcrab E'-'.3, 0'- I Sf-39 Slnp'efon l Second Period 2. Chicsqo, Mangs i 4 (S. Hull, Marfml Penalties- Kcrab Jarrell Korab, Ungcr Third Pericd 3. SI Louis, Sabour- i In 20 (Bill Plager, St. Marseille) J t. St. Louis, Lavender 3 Bar clay Pieger) d'Ifi; 5. Chicago, M'k- i ira 13 ID Hull) maJDr, miner, Lcvcndcr major i Shsls on goal by cincaoo i 7 Sf. Louu..... 1117 AMcnCance I NEW YORK 5 VANCOUVER T f First Period 1. TJcw York, R.lldle 37 IGilberi) c-ll Pcnfllfics Taylor Ncilson Second Period 2. Vancouver New York, Ralelle 3B (Gil (he gap lo .six. And when Ihcy trailed by nine after one period, Riley stayed in and propelled Los Angeles to a 40-point quarter. Ills over-all statistics: 12 of 17 from the floor, three of three from the free throw line in 27 minutes of playing nine rebounds and 27 j jcau the earae when (he Royals Scored 14 points in a TOW (0 Third Period t. New York, Saler grab a 10-point lead. came j fonVc'i" ,i if'' Riley 111 Score eight pomLS in 11 I New YD-k. Ralellf :B PenalM-s mimilcs as (he Lakers closed I '-'-'ls- DMlt .m- I snsJj on peal by New York.......... B 10 11-59 Vancouver........ 13 n 34 Allendance BOSTON CALIFORNIA 3 First Period 1. Boston, BucyK 2J (Orr, 1 33; 1. Ec'Jon, San- I derson li (Orr, Marcotte) 3. Bos- Ion, Bailey 6 J. 605- Wallon 70 (Orr, ;n 21 (R. Smilh, Jack's Plumbing Serving Lolhbridge FOR ESTIMATES PHONE JACK FULLER 328-2515 Poriod 6. California, fcau J (Vadnaii, 7 Cal. ilornia, Carellcr, 13, 11-15; B Boston, Sanderson 17 PenDl- lies Patrick D. Smilh TTilrd Period 9. Caiifornia, Boldi- rcv 11 (Marshall, J. J ohm! on) Bailey major 7.15, Orr, Carlclon, minors, Mar. shall Ferguson Shots on goal by California...... in il Boston........ IJ 12 p-37 AMendance Miiilin, Buffalo explo- sive rookie, a minus 34 rating. lins swrcd 38 goals, wiiich Hod Gilbert Pcrrcault's record fcr rookJes- Boston has outscored the 223-123 while Ihc Saljrc? have holievcs that tin' team record should be Inkon into account when the individual's performance is assessed. PROPOSES SYSTEM He proposed the percentage sysicm, "a much fairer way of assessing a player's worth j statistically." proposed sys 1 cm calculating the differ- ence between the percentage of a player's gOiiLs-for to his team's gcaU-for and the per- centage of the player's goals- against io the team's goals-a- gainst. The percentage system would provide a "much more meaningful" evaluation of an individual player, he said. For example, Bobby Orr, had the league's best "plus-minus" record sea- son with a plus I2-J, would havo a phis 20.4 per cent using the percentage system. Doug Roljcrt-s- of tlic Califor- nia Golden Seals, had n minus 5fi rccnrd last season but would have hart a minus 7.2 per cent if Andrews' method was used. ADJUSTMENTS NEEDED "There would have to be a few Andrews said, "If a player missed a few games, tlic total goals of the team would have to be de- ducted for the ones he wasn't playing." spoken to a few people about the system and Scolty Bowman Montreal cozch (and Hal Lacye) Van- couver Canucks coach are cnthusivistic about it." However, Andrews is less sure about seme players, who have a iot of bonus clauses based on the plus-minus sys- tem, and some of the coaches and general managers, who might say he was trying to "baffle thsm with statistics.1' first period lo lead the Bruins lo llicir victoiy over 1.1 ic Seals. The victory moved the Bruins within five of lying Ihc NIIL, record for the longest homc-icc unbeaten string. Montreal set the mark of 211 in the 1043-44 season. "We aren't IJiinking of ;my records, we're just trying to win Johnson said. Orr's blistering shoLs set up goals by Johnny Bucyk and Derek Sanderson in the first 4ri minutes. Sandei'son another goal later while Mike Walton also cnllcdcd two goals, his 20lli and 21st, iiilh tha help of re- bounds of OIT shots. Orr now has assists, lops in the league. FORMER BRUINS SCORE Stan Fischler's Inside Hockey tilli'ffiBttH his year-and-a-half Harry Sinden has remained the most sought-after personality in professional hockey. The former Boston Bruins coach most recently received four coaching offers including one from the World Hockey Association, which added a manager's title to the package. At least two current National Hockey League Two former Bruins figured in i clubs have pestered Sinden, now a Rochester, N.Y. Hie scoring for the Seals, Carleton gat California's second goal in the second period nnd Ivan Boldircv got the third Sc-al goal in the third. Gary Croteau was the other California scorer. Defenceman Don Awrey, u'ho suffered a broken ankle in Eos- ton's last hcme Loss to Montreal in early November, is expected to return to action Thursday night in Pliiladelphia against the Flyers, (ha first game in j Boston's road trip. i Jean Ratellc, enjoying one of his most productive seasons, scored I'hree 37th, 38th and pacing the Hangers to their over the Canucks. Ratelle scored the first New York goals, his first com- ing at tile 33-second mark of Ujc game when he knocked in Rod Gilbert's rebound. His second came in the m.'nute of the second period when he scored on the short side from 20 feet. His final goal ivai in an empty net when Vancouver pulled goalie Dune Wilson for a sixth attacker. Ratelle's tliree goals gave him 9-1 points, one fewer than scor- ing leader Phil Esposifo of Bos- ton who earned only an assist in Boston's viin. Bobby Schmautz scored Van- couver's goal, tying the score 1- 1 early in the second period, but New York came back irifh four unanswered o f them in the third pcrind. The Black Hawks, leaders in the West Division, slipped by the Bines on the strength of goals by Stan Mikifa although SI. Louis ouLshot Chicago 42-25. The Black Hawks opened a 2-0 lead on Mifcita's first-period goal and one by Maggs in the second period but St. lauis narrowed the gap when Gary Sabourin scored his JOOIh NHL goal, capitalizing on a re- bound from a Bill Plager shot. (mtm J MEN'S WEAR LTD. Shipley MADE-TO-MEASURE SUIT SALE Only once a year are these outstanding savings offered on Shipley quality tailored tuits tailored to your individual exact measurements. Choose from a wide selection of the very newest quality cloths by Shipley. Reg. SALE or P Suits for EXTRA TROUSERS Be ture la enter your namo for our FREE TRIP To Oakland, California, March 3-4-5 Some lucky person will win our SPORTS WEEKEND HOCKEY GAME BASKETBALL GAME HORSE RACES Through arrangements with ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Draw will be made March 1st 314 7th Street S. Phone 327-2232 MEN'S WEAR LTD. modular home executive. In' addition the new Long Jsland NHL entry has pitched Harry ever since it was admitted lo the big-league hockey family in De- cember. Sindcn's price is high; ami for good reason. He quit after being a Stanley Cup-winner, something his Boston successor, Tom Johnson, has been unable to accomplish. Harry is making more money as a white- collar executive than lie ever made in the liniment- filled Boston dressing room. He'd want a piece of llie action of any team he'd sign to coach or manage. Harry's heart, it not his wallet, remains with Hockey and the chances are that he'll be back in the NHL next season. The best bet is Long Island, al- though it wouldn't be at all surprising if Simlen winds up in St. Louis or, if Punch Imlach's health remains poor, Buffalo, which is a short drive from Sinden's Rochester Office. New York Rangers centre .lean Ratelle was pri- vately furious will'. NHL writers for selecting Phil Esposito over him to the First All Star team in January by so emphatic a margin. A majority of NHL coaches and managers believe that Ratelle de- served the nod over Espo at the half-way point not only because he led the Boston centre in scoring but because Ratelle has been playing superior hockey, on every level. Opponents also believe that. "Jean's line (with Vic Hadfield and Rod Gilbert) has "been said Chicago Black Hawk ace Bobby Hull, "just fantastic." Ualclle is the man who makes it work. Esposilo, one of the most selfish forwards in hockey, has piled up points but his linematcs, Ken Hodge and Wayne Cashman, have suffered, and lingered far behind Gil- bert and Hadfield in the halfway scoring race. Which proves that in the first-half of the season Ratelle has not only been superior individually to Esposito but also as a team playmaker. All jean lacks is the high pressure promotion outfit that the Bruin's centre possesses in the Huh. Nobody dislikes the Chicago Black Hawks and its management more than Philadelphia Flyers' detense- inan Rick Foley, who played briefly in the Windy City last season. Foley argues that he never was given a fair chance by manager Tommy Ivan and coach Billy Reay because of the peculiar "favoritism" system in Chicago. "There's a group of players that they just stick with in Chicago, even if Iliey're going said Foley. "And. they won't change around. In a few years they're going to get old, and the team's going to be looking from the bottom up, rather than being on lop like they are now." Foley's beet and it is a legitimate has il that he's superior to defensemen Keith Magnuson and Doug Jarrett as a hockey player. Put either of llie livo Black Hawk defenders on Philadelphia and they'd fall apart as backliners. "I have nothing against Magnuson said Foley, "but he's just not that good a play'er. He gels built up so much that people start lo lliink hc's good. And I don't think I've ever seen him win a fight." Denis Ball of Winnipeg, the Rangers' farm sys- tem director, nearly caused an international incident recently when the Russian hockey team visited New York. The Russkies were working out on Madison Square Garden ice when a Soviet aide approached Ball and demanded: "We want a gallon ot lea and fresh lemons for our Ball stunned the Russian with his less-lhan diplo- matic squelch. "My said Denis, "you'll gel. cold 1120 like the rest of The surest bet in the NHL is that Carl Brewer won't be playing defense for the St. Louis Blues next season. Minor hockey The TJonnrrhs pickwl up a 20 second porifld lend nnd .staled I In n vic-loi-y over tlic MILS- in Banlam "13" net i o n Tuesday nlfiht. Dave Miskulin, Ilrenl Fan, K.nvcy Kiimilomo nnd Ron SlicllcnlxTR lalliccl a R o ,1 I carh for Lho Monarchs wliilo Richard replied (or npicoo to lead llie Kernels to n 5-1 win over (.ho Ramblers. Danny Dyck rounded mil llie ficoi'ing for the IIornoLs while Terry McNcoly replied for llio Ramblers. Second Period mnirkcrs by Connid Snykor nnd Mike CCT- Iww Rave ATiirnoas fl slim 2-1 vinlory over t.lie Ned Wmfjs ttan lam in n.-mlam "A" play last nifilH mntcli Krnny Hall nnd Kd' llick Pucker rifled in IATO goals] Wings' BoaL ANDY CAPP I THOUGHT IT WAS WORTH WAKIf-J' VOU UPr-TEU.15K.PET WHEN E GIVES UP A PASSIM1 FANCY Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL YOUNG ADULTS 'en Larson 266, Irvine Rowe 360, ui enda Pcderscn 2-13 Randy WolsloncroM 284 Suian McDon- JlcJ 2il Kim Kovccs 259 iarrv Nisdermier 25.1 Lori Pal- 275 Bruce 324 Rick Barva 277, Ken Kuril 350 Ren Grchinger 339 MAJOR MEN'S Jack SmeccI 330 Jeanella meed 293 Karlyn Spilier ?B1, Jean Chrislie 311 Garv Tun- brings 267 Sieve Pedorsen 3ffl Doug Pedersen 353 Tak Kafakami 305 Dianne Violin i Bill Hleucka 37B Ed ..--seMi 2P3 Do! Andersen 272 WINSTON CHURCHILL HIGH Marilyn Nakama 17J, Diane Davis 160, Lora Braun 167, Kalhy Hamillori 197, Pal Sander 193, Jannell Ondrih Donna Slevenson 199, Connie Wyr osltk I7i, Laura Trent 196, Arlcni Hing 167, Brenda Lazarick 211, Debbla Groy 1B3, Karen McAflurrcy 163, Donna Sugihara 171, Gerda Granson 1B6, Betty Lou Coyle 202, Lauralea Francis 166. FRIDAY SCHOOLS JRS AND SR5 Rick Barva 303 Ron Gretilnger 300 Kalie Podrlnl 195, Michele MacLean 18fl, Bev Passcy 19J, Loretla Norcika 172. BANTAMS Stephen Kenwood 206, Don Coulls 217, Cindy Pedrinl 178, Michael Gprla 239, Grea Krokosh 205, Mark Grelrin- rjcr us, Robert AAlklos 195, Judy Mac- Lean I6J. DOUG'S Judy Harnack 23J, Mary MihaUk 30-i, Jcyte Brown Audrey Oueilells 3f8 Kit Jones Bcrnics lay 'SO, Irene Lynde 275 Gladys :iolrl 2.16, Dorolhy Anderson 277 Rubv Osec-n 26B Pat Norliri 272 Allison Wiebe 2J8. AGT MIKED Henry Lewicki 3M Harvey Schwcilier 232, Ab Ctervinskl 233, Mike Stevens 297 Del Homulos 25-1, Worm Tollcy 270 Lfnda As- peslcl 353 Carole HomulDS 251 Elafnc Anderson 250, Val Serby 2-'B Nina Wasclcnak 25J, Eleanor Dorigalli 231. YBC BANTAM BOYS A DIVISION Douq Vogl ?76 Rod Malchow Kim Tinordi 3PJ Parry McDonald 17J, Richnrd Folk 177, John Craig 1SJ, Robin Stonlon D DIVISION Darin Chaki 1GO, Gary Anderson 163, SussoU Derkscri lin, Michael Tolley 166, Raymond Brown Bill Taylor 163, Randy PaskuskI 1B3, Philip Nowik 1E8. BANTAM GIRLS Debbie Anderson U6, Debbie Berg, man MA, Chnslinc ISO, Bren. da Chrisffc IE3, Paf Hamlllon Pam Shigehiro Sandra Hamilton Cindy Milier 159. CPR SOCIAL John Morris 296 Boh Sin- clair 295 Bill Gonilza 2iO, Frank Waug 253, Joe Krammcr 237, Irma Oberg 3.16 Jean Matcliott Fay LovJhcr 2C6, Shirley Alexan. dcr Janice Johnson 22i, CIVIL SERVICE Allen Taylor 250 Tuft 2GS Bob Black 260, Jchn Erlck- son 34S (74JJ, Mark Reed ?SJ, Will! Siegle 261, Carol Hall 27d, Bnrb EDO 258, Ena Craik 232, Cdifh Voth 239, June Taylor 269 JUNIOR SHOP Ruby Mock 225; Francis Bambrlcfc Dora Blue 240; Isabelle Bergman 267 Rose Nunwciller 256 Nlna Clyshyn 256, Horlha Malsen 275j Sally Tronc 253; Marg Secfried Nina Sindllngcr 239 Freda Linn 235; Margie Hughes 337. GORD1EG' Tom Saunders 320 Gary Tun- bridge 310 Tak Katakaml 3U Ken King 3JJ Jokuty Bert Mezel 370 Earl Armour 354 Ray Decaire 314; Jack S.need 300 Norm Tolley 2S6 Randy Wolston. crntl !P7 Kyoto Shigehiro 295 SIMPSONS-SEARS Tom Pralt 325 Doug Welkel 250; Hank Hurkcns 337: Ian Wilson 241; Jack Undersclier 21 B; Valerie Al- len 231; Alice Hcyncn 230; Carol Alien 214; Bernicc Hartley 225; Cathy Crcighton 216. SENIOR CITIZENS Slim Berry 25J. Henry Bechthold 2E7 Cyril Mlron "87. Mall Bcrn- harf 256, Jim Frcc-l 257 Arvid Oseen 280, Ellen Johnson 346, Mary Ward 222, Agnes Van Wylc 229, Fran- ces BambricK 257, Ann Reed Lit Hoi! HIGA'S Marlens 5aler 284, Connie Marsrr- alsay 206 Shirley Boyd 379 Barb Satlcrgmd Lorralno Persley 254 Harrison 260 (696L Pcdersen T61, Marg MlchDlenko 3B4 Shirley Boyd 34B, Marlene Bosch 304 Edilh Craig 256. B AND E HARDWARE Slg Dobler 333 Morgan Sparki 276, Keith Warner 269, Mike Irving 25B, Sherry Clark Ray Meligcr Del Anderson 360, Mary Wishnevskl 325 Paf Tunslail 260 Bcrniece Pavan 254 Verda Hamilton 2GJ (6d5J, Frances Cosfanzo 271 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST DIVISION v York Monlreal Dclroil loronlo Vancouver W L T F A Pli 40 B 9 H-f 126 B9 34 H 9 3J3 B) 3 13 11 211 H7 73 5J 73 9 1B1 176 57 33 li 11 147 139 57 11 32 U 151 21 34 15 35 5 137 196 35 WEST DIVISION Chicago Minnesota Calilornia Louis Fhila. Los Anijclo) LEADERS: Rni-Ke, NV Orr, B Gilccrl, NY Haclllclcl, NY R. r Mar Redmond, D Pcrrcaull, Buf SLindcId, B 38 13 h 190 115 82 30 IB 9 153 12B 69 IB 29 11 158 216 Al 19 31 B 158 191 46" 17 28 10 135 172 O, 16 31 9 139 195 15 37 7 145 22S 37 19 95 39 SS VJ 25 A3 E7 36 -15 B) 35 -15 RO 39 3d 73 25 59 37 59 43 57 L T P A Pli. 11 0713 127 SS U 0 239 157 58 17 1 22i 161 30 21 1 24M90 M 3 167 1PP 37 n 150 362 U 2 157 312 It ALBERTA JUNIOR W Cal. Cougan 29 11 Red Deer 23 U Cal Canuck! 54 17 Lelhbridqe l! 21 Edm- Lea's 16 23 Drumlieller 13 27 Edm. 12 27 HOCKEY SCORES Hpw York 5 Vancouver 1 Boslon 6 California 3 Chicago 3 5r. 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