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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 IETHOTIOCE HERA1D y, fcbruuiv ol" a busk 'league call ruling irks Vic Stasiuk Iiv Tin: I'llKSS I many a1 Ihe .N a I id n nl Hockey l-crnie's now rule on delay ol I ho has [.ml li.c Icropcr.s of! forma Colder, mimei-ms penalized players this, 1 against il one lime .is in M.onl-.vilh Montreal's goal coming on of the dclny-of-game scn- Wrdncsday night. lieferee Bruce Hood Icnccs a f! a i n 5t Seals goalie Montreal I'atiadicns as, "It >s a bush-league nilc, the ml i-robably m-vc-r so llx- learns bailleil lo .1 l-l way it was called said Lcicis cnlchi'x Olinslcad Secular uses authority MliD VEER (CD Dcfeneo inan Mike Degcnhnrr.lt of Cal- pary Monnl Koyal College Cou- lias been suspended indef- initelv by M'c Alberta Junior Kcckcy Lcnmic. prcsiclent Jim Seonlar nf Calvary announced today. The i? a result o[ DcgcnhanU's a; lack on referee Roil Bunv.is'A ot Calgary during a gam? in nriimholler Sunday. Scoubr said Degenhardl will have Ihe right to appeal the suspension lo the Alberta Ama- teur Hockey Association, "who will make the ultimate decision as to the length o[ the suspen- sion.'' "As far as league is con- cerned he is finished for Hie season." said Secular. The league also announced that forward Ken Nelson of the Drumheller Faleorc? has been suspended for three games as a result of a tight in Edmonlon but added a league investiga- last Thursday'in which Gary lion into the incident revealed Mattrass of Edmonton Hovers received a multi-stitch laeial gash some doubt as lo -whether Nel- son made the motion with ta- lent or whether he was merely Nelson sat out the first gair.c j attempting to defend himself." of his suspension Sunday as the Secular also announced that Falcons lost 11-3 to the Cougars! Tom Walls, manager of Cal- and will miss Thursday's re- Rary Canucks has been fined turn game between Ihe I w o 550 for issuing a news release teams in Calgary and a game i ''detrimental to the in Dnimheller Sunday against that the Edmonton Maple j tlic Movers. Leafs had been assessed a S100 Scoular said Nattrass receiv-' fjnc for "continually disregard- i ed Ihe ait as a result of a ieague regulations as to tho by Nelson eligibility of players Bavekrhine and Neil Noble, neither of whom I have been properly registered i with either the league or the I AA1IA." f Meanwhile centre Dale Lewis llOUCS lOr of the Red Deer Bustlers earn- JT I ed seven points in three games last week to gain a share of the lead in the league scoring race. Statistics released today cov- Ungermaii s for third winner Lions report loss VANCOl'VER f CH Brit- ish Columbia Lions of the West- ern Fcolhall Conference had a net loss in 1971 of club president Dr. Wes Munsie re- ported Wednesday night. Dr. Munsie, re-elected pres- ident, told the club's annual general meeting that the re- serve fund has dropped to S290.000 from 5145.000 since .IMG. Public relations consultant Dan Ekman was appointed a director of the rluh for a three- year term, replacing Ian Bar- clay. Barclay resigned after six years v.ilh the club as di- rector, president, and president of the V.FC. TORONTO (CP) Irv man. manager of two Canadian boxing champions, hopes to come home with a third title- liolder next week. Ungerman said Wednesday .Stewart Gray, his light-heavy- weight contender, will go after flip title held by Al Sparks n! Winnipeg in a 12-round tout m Winnipeg Monday night. "That should give us three Toronto champions and all in the same said Unger- man. Gray's younger brother, Clyde, is the Canadian welter- weight champion and linger- man's other t i 11 e -h o 1 d e r is ering games to Sunday show Lewis and Dennis Olmstead of (he Calgary Canucks tied for first place with 67 points. Olrcj- stead, idle last week, has 32 goals and 35 assists while Lew- is has scored 30 limes and as- sisted on 37. Terry Wittchen nf net] Deer, although held to a tingle point in three games, malntainedi his third place position with 65 points, two more than Hyan Wecker of Drumheller, the league's goal scoring leader with 41 goals in 40 games. Wecker is one goal short of the league record for rookies set by Marcel Comeau of the Ponoka heavyweight George Chuvalo, stampeders last year who also is to appear on the Winnipeg card Monday. WEST CASTLE SNOW SKI REPORTS Pinther Creek 627-4524 358-3475 Calgqry 266-3355 1 For Chuvalo will meet a heavy- weight from Detroit. Jimmy Christopher. Ungerman said he is also Graham Parsons of Red Deer, sidelined last week by illness, widened his lead in goaltenrJ- ing. Parsons has a 3.19 aver- age compared with 3.30 by Gary Graham of the Mount Royal trying to arrajige a boul for j College Cougars. Frank Enpich Chuvalo with former world of the Canucks was the shut- champ Muhammad Ali. He said I out leader with two. he has been dickering with An- 1 Don of Dnimheller was gelo Dundee, All's manager, for I the most penalized player with a March 13 fight at Vancouver. in2 minutes, only four short of the record set last year by WILLIAMS RECALLED John Hute of tile Mount Royal NEW YORK (AP) N'o w College. Vork Rangers called up left i I wing Tom Williams from iSCORING LEiDERS: 1 Omaha ot the Central Hockey League Wednesday. i Williams, who scored 25 goals and assisted on 2-1 others, will make his National Hockey League debut tomght at Los An- i gelcs. QlrrKieaa. Ol LPVVIS, R D Widcncn, R D Wecker, Drum Wallis, R D Ccug. Dodd, Lelh Tom Doug R D indskoq, R D G A PIS Pirn 11 3S 67 18 .in 37 47 91 31 3-1 65 30 .11 II 63 70 31 30 61 IB JO 27 5? 59 23 33 S6 39 30 35 55 23 16 33 54 3? 16 36 52 70 FAIRFIELD SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd AVB. S. 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SOUTH PHONE 327-6604 an angry Vic Slashifc, Scnls In nllinr pamos TillsbiirKli whipped Twcmlo JIapk1 4-2. Millilc- sola Slars downed Detroit fieri WillRi 'I--'. SI. 1-01115 BlllCS bcal I-os Ansolcs Kings 3-1 nnd Uhicaijo Hlnck Ilnwks lied 3-3 with Philadelphia Flyers. The new rule adopted this season cnlls for a minor penally against any player who deliber- ately delays Ihe Kame by firing the puck out cf the playing area. But Slasiuk contended Mel- oclie did not shoot the puck into the crowd deliberately. "On Ihe call against Melodic, the puck is rollii'g. there is a race for it between Mclochc and Yvan Cournoyer. Meloche gels there first, and }ust tries to clear the puck away. It goes ever Ihe boards and we are pen- alized." The second such eall against the Seals came in Ihe Iliird pe- riod when Seals forward Gary Jan-ett was ptxrnl to get a minor penally on a delayed in- teTlerencc call. When play stopped. Seals defenceman Carol Vadnais shot the puck into the crowd and was immedi- ately penalized. The Canadiens failed to score despite Ihe hvo-man advantage but Vadnais was still unhappy about his penalty. "How can I be, accused ol de- laying the game when play was already stopped? "The play had been whistled down, there was no play in progress, I didn't mean to shoot the puck into the crowd. I just cleared it toward the boards. Tt hit something and went over, and 1 can't see bow you can delay a game that's already been stopped.1' BOWMAN NOT SORE Montreal coach Scolty Bow- man was not bothered by de- fenccman J.-C. Tremblay get- ting Ihe delay of game call. "I don't know -whether Trcm- blay shot the puek out deliber- ately. but he was Bowman said. "As for the com- plaints by California, like I said. Uie rule is there so Hie referee has lo call it. "And anyway, what was Vad- nais doing with the puck when the play WES stopped? ]t is not bis Jab to do anything what- soever with UTS puck once the referee has whistled down the play." Jleloche said lie was upset about the call against him, say- ing it was the second such pen- alty he has taken this season. Tremblay was not available after the game for comment but he was obviously upset about his penally as he argued the point with Hood, earning him- self a 10-minute misconduct for his trouble. The Seals went ahead with Gerry Finder's goal early in Die first period and Pete Mahov- lich's score in the second period power play lied it for Montreal. WINGS LEAD EARLY In Minnesota, Detroit took a 2-0 first-period lead on goals by Tim Ecdestone and Red Beren- son but Hie North Siars came back lo tic it in the second pe- riod with scores by Murray Oli- ver and Bob Nevin. Jude Drouin's goal with five minutes left in the game was j the winner for Minnesota and Danny Grant added an insur- ance goal. The loss meant the Red Wings remained (led for fourth spot in the East Division with the slump- ing Maple Leafs who skidded to their 13Ui loss in 16 games. The Penguins oulshot Toronto 4229 and defenceman Bryan Watson set up two Pittsburgh goals with hard shots from the blue line. Both of Watson's shots rchouraind off gcslie Jacques Plantc and Ron Scbock scored with the first and Syl Apps with i the second. SHOT ON GOAt Pillsburgll Penguins' centre Syl Apps (26) just misses scoring his second goal of the night Wednesday DS Toronto Mople teafs' goalie Jacques Plonte Rookie Mike Rogers leads way (1) dives lo block his shol. Planle faced 42 Pittsburgh shois as Ihe Leafs losf 4-2. (CP Wirephoto) Another 5-3 win for Centennials By THE CANADIAN 1'HESS Tlie score of 5-3 may be magic numbers' for Calgary Centennials, leaders of Ihe west- ern division of the Western Can- ada Hockey League. They beat second-place Ed- monton Oil Kings by that mar- gin Wednesday night for their fourth consecutive win. All o[ their last four wins, against Winnipeg, Medicine Hat, Regina and Edmonton, have come by S-3 scores, In the only other league games Wednesday night, last- place Vancouver Nats shaded sccond-to-last Victoria Cougars D4 to make Mitch rochet's WCHL coaching debut a failure. The Centennials, atop their di- vision with 77 points, f more than Edmonton and Xcw West- minster Bruins, won their 2Gth of 28 home games on two goals by rookie Mike Rogers. Calgary's No. 1 line of Tton Homenuke, captain Brian Walker and Doug Horbul ac- counted for the others. Terry Smith, Darcy fiota and Don scored for Edmonlon. Kozak's goal was his 40th of Braiiiistein eliminated UK season and 100th in two sea- sons with the Oil Kings. At Victoria. Pcchct, managing director ot the new dub, took over behind the bench when coach Fred Hucul resigned ear- Summaries ST. LOUIS 3 LOS ANGELES 1 First Period 1. Los Angeles, Bernier 14 Johnson) 2. SI. Louis, Crisp 11 PennlNes R, Plager W. Plagcr U 53, Bernier Second Period No scoring. Pen- allies Ccrrigan Plagcr bpnch, served by Bernier, 9MP, Lavender Third Period .1. SV Unger 28 (Egcrs, Murphy) ri'17, A. 51. Louis, Sabourin 71 (SI. Marseille, Crisp) sfiols on goal by St. Louis 18-31 Los Angeles.....9 10 6-25 MONTREAL 1 CALIFORNIA 1 First Period 1. California, SO (Carlelon, Marshall) Ppnnlly minor, misconduct Second Period "2. Montreal. P. (Aahovlicti 11 IF. f.'.ehovlicM Penallics Croicau 2: JO, Lnfir-ur Meloche served by Patrick Tliird period Ho scoring. Penal- lies JarreK, Va-lnais Tardif Shots on cioal by vpr 73 (T. Harris, Prenllce) i. Minncsalfl, Nevin 10 (Hampson) Penalty Brown Third Period 5. Mlnnescla, Drou- In 11 (Mevin, .'Aonnsl 6. fAinna- sola, Grant 15 (Drouin, T. HfirrisJ 19 59. Penalllea Bergman Shell on goat by DElroil Mmnesola Atlcndancc-li.JiS. lier in Hie day after a dispute wiUi manager Eric Bishop. The issue, Hucul said, was Bishop's fining of six players each for nof, getting their hair nil. Pat Russell, Man- Lank, Tom GawryleLz, Dale and Dave Con- stant and John Dzus scored in that order for the Nats. Don Morrison two, Garry Don- aldson on a penalty shot and Blake Robinson scored with one for the Cougars. In games tonight, Saskatoon is at New Westminster, Calgary at Medicine Hat and Winnipeg i at Brandon. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES irnia 13 PITTSBURGH TORONTO 1 Period 1- Pillsburql Apps is I) 1 Turcn- ison, Kehoc) son Burrows VIRDEN, Alan. (CP) For- mer Canadian champion Terry Braunstein of Winnipeg was eliminated from the Manitoba curling championships Wednes- day, suffering his second con- secutive loss on Ihe opening day of play. B r a u n stein, 1965 Canadian champion, was eliminated hy Dan Hyrich of Winnipeg 10-7 in the evening draw, after drop- ping a 5-4 decision to Ralph Wilson of Dauphin in his open- ing game. Most of the other ranked rinks advanced through the opening day of Ihe .12-rink, modified double knockout com- petition without a loss in two games. Danny Fink of Winnipeg, skipping the remaining three members of Don DugLiid's two- timc world championship rink needed a pressure shot in an extra end to beat Guy Marston of Thompson. j lo, Siftlcr 9 I Penalties Baun Period No scoring. Pen- allies _ Kohco Glcnnifi 10 05, Tnird Period 3. 3chocl; 9 (Watson, Cflrd'A'ell) A. Pills burqri WrDonough (Rupp, LeilPr) 13'10; 5 Toronto, Henderson 16 (Mc- Kcnny, Ullmanl 17 '51; Pilisburgfi Pronovost la (Apps) Penal lies ALBERTA JUNIOR W Cal. Cougan Red Deer Col. Canuckj Lelhbridrjo Edm. Leafs 29 II 3? 1.1 14 17 Movers- 13 27 12 27 NATIONAL UEAGUC Eflsl Divis W i T T A PH. 0 713 177 58 0739157 51 22751B1 M 1 H9 190 3? i 31H7199 37 n 150 262 24 2157212 7ft WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE Eastern Division W L T F A Phi RCOinfl 31 17 1 215 163 U Saskalmn n M 3277173 59 Brandon 7fi 57 Flln Flcn M 3! 1307553 if Winnipeg IB 33 1 1W 194 37 swin Cerent 14 3i 1 166 248 33 if Wctlet Division 31 13 CHICAGO 3 PHILADELPHIA Firsl Period N Clarke icoring, Pf Second Period 1. Philadelphia, Nolel ifl (Clarke) Philadel- phia. Flcll 10 (Joyol) 3. Phil- adelphia! Clarke T9 Kelly (Gendronl E-JC, Penalty Walsan Tnird Period A. Chicago, Pappln IB (Campbell) 5. Chicago, Pap- pin Lacroix 4- Chicngo, Milcila 2J (While) Penaltie-i Van Imps Martin minor, misconduci Sholi on goal by Philadelphia Chicago...... fl 9 MINNESOTA 4 DETROIT 1 First Period 1. Detroit, Fccleilpne 51 3. Detroit. Char n) Penalties Hexlall Redmond R. Harris game miscon- duct Wiotins major, minor, Hexl a I 1 misconduct Second Period 3. Minnespln, 011- Dodgers short. Frank Robinson shocked IJy Till-; ASSOCIATED PRESS Now York McLs have satisfied Tom Sonvcr's 1il72 contract de- mands but il, Mill Inkc a lidlc more effort for Ijos Angelas Dwlpcrs and Pluladclphia Phil- lies to do Lhe same for Frank Robinson and Kick Wise. nK'TCfJ In rxereisc his viihinble rinhl. arm for Uii.s .soasoii, nuikiny Uin 27 ycnr-old piLchrr Mir. plajnr in New 'Vork history. Hill Ilic Dodpcrs came up nhnut .shoil on Llioir first i of for lo Robinson, was ac- quired durinfi tho winter from i UnlUmore Orioles and their pilch left Ihe InlenIod outfielder ".shocked Wi.se, who pitched n no-hillcr and NTHI IV games last reason, informed the Phillies that lie was shooting for a 100-pcr-ccnt increase [o which is considerably morn than general manager John Quinn has of- fered. Scavcr led Iwlh svilh ft 1.76 earned nin average to go with hi.s 20-10 record last sea- son. llOUUTS HK'I.I, M> "I doubt I'll nn tlm plnnr t.lip le.im R from SaL- said I7obiii5on after re- jecting t.iie Dodgers' offer of a JlO.flOO raise over the- he earned from the Orioles lasl year. "I'm shocked, nnl he said. Quinn flirt sign Uvo other play- ers for Phillies, pilrher Woody ,'ind third baseman John Vnkovich, on Wednesday, Tim world champion fiLts- biirgh Pirates opened ihcir camp for pitchers and catchers today but World Scries heroes Sieve Blass and Nelson Brilcs ucrc among Lliu missing. 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