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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THI UTHMIOGt HitAlO Thundoy, February It, 197V Robertson sets assist mark BREAK IT UP BOYS Linesman John D'Amico attempts to break up League encounter 3-0. Referee John Ashley (1) attempts to restrain other a (6) of New York Ranger, and Marc Tardif players including Tim Morton (3) of the Rangers and Re.ean Houle (14) of Montreal Canadieni Wednesday night. Canadiens won the National of the Canadiens. Rangers Ml to gain ground on Bruins Everyone agreed Vachon was brilliant By THE CANADIAN PRESS "Vachon was said Al MacNeil who might, be ac- cused of expressing a biased opinion were he not supported by Ernile Francis who called the same goaltender "simply terrific." The praise heaped on Roga- tien Vachon came after the Montreal goalie shut out New York Rangers to lead the Cana- diens to a 3-0 National Hockey League victory Wednesday night. "He robbed us said Francis, general manager-coach Sunday meeting for roping club Annual meeting of the South- ern Alberta Roping and Riding Circuit will be held Sunday at two o'clock at the Park Plaza. All members are urged to at- tend as election of officers for the coming year will be held and any proposed rule changes will be discussed. o[ the Rangers who oulshot coach MacNeil's Canadiens 35- 28. In other games Wednesday, Toronto Maple Leafs edged Pittsburgh Penguins 4-3, Chi- cago Black Hawks dumped Buf- falo Sabres 5-1, Minnesota North Stars beat California Golden Seals 3-2 and Philadelphia Flyers whipped Los Angeles Kings 4-0 "If a goalie is going to have a good game, he might as well have it in a key game like this one Vachon said after the victory which pulled the third-place Canadiens within 11 points of the second-place Rangers in the East Division. BEST IN FORUM "I felt good. It was for sure my best game this season, if not the best I've had in this build- ing." He was referring to the Montreal Forum where 17.231 fans had just given him a stand- ing ovation. "I got a lot of help from the said Vachon who col- lected his second shutout of the season, "especially late in the FIRESTONE STORES Headquarters for MAGG WHEELS and WIDE OVAL WHITE LETTERED TIRES Contact: JOE KOVACS Phone 327-8548 third period when the Rangers were dangerous." Vachon stayed in the nets de- spite suffering a cut between the eyes in a goal-mouth scram- ble during the second period. "Funny thing about that. It was the mask that gave me the cut. The edge of it sort of dug right into the flesh." G i 11 e s Villemure, Rangers' outstanding rookie goalie, was on the receiving end for goals by-Montreal's Pete Mahovlich, Yvan Cournoyer and Jacques Lemaire. The game was marred by a third-period brawl between Can- adiens' Marc Tardif and Glen Sather of the Rangers. Tardif drew only a five-minute fighting penalty while Sather took a major and a minor which gave Montreal the power-play advan- Summaries CHICAGO 5 BUFFALO 1 First Period 1. Buffalo, Marshall U (Meehan, Andersorn) Penal- lies Watson Second Period 2. Chicago, Koroll 12 (D. Hull, Mikita) 3. Chicago, Pappin 15 (Maki, R. Hull) 4. Chicago, Mikita 11 (D. Hull, Komll) Penalties Magnuscn Third Period 5. Chicago, Koroll 13 (Mikita, D. Hull) 6. Chicago, Pappin 16 (Shmyr, R. Hull) Penalties Duff Koroll Shmyr Shots on goal by Buffalo............ S 2 Chicago..........? 14 13-36 Attendance MONTREAL 3 NEW YORK 0 First Period No scoring. Penalties. Robert Gilbert Ferguson 9-31 Second Period 1. Montreal, P. Mahovlich 25 (Houle, F. Mahoviich) Penallies Ferguson Harper misconduct Nellson Third Period 5. Pittsburgh, Boyer 10, 6. Pittsburgh, McCreary 17 (Bathgate, Boyer) 7. Toronto, Ullman 29 (Dorey, Henderson) Penalties Labre Harri- son Shots on goal by Pittsburgh 11 11 Toronto 9 11 Attendance Alberta's Great Moments THS cfisr... fM NOT IM1H MfRNT TORONTO 4 PITTSBURGH 3 First Period 1. Toronto, Ley 3 (Henderson, Ullman) McCallum Ley Second Period 2. Toronto, Baun 1 (Spencer, Harrison) 3. Toronto, Keon 30 (McKenny, Pelykl 4. Pittsburgh, Wcytowich 3 (Beyer) Penalties Ullman Morrison Harrison BlacKburn Third Period 2. Montreal, Cour- noyer 28 (Beiiveau, Trembtay) :43; 3. Montreal, Lemaire 22, Penalties Sather major, minor, Tardif major Tardif misconduct P. Mahovlich Irvine Rob- erto New York bench minor ierved by Egers Shots ron goal by New York 1! 9 14 Montreal Attendance MINNESOTA 3 CALIFORNIA 2 First Period 1. California, Hicke 15 (Stackhouse, Croteau) Penalties Eiiman Harris, Hex- tall Marshall Harvey Hicke Second Minnesota, Golds worthy 20 (Grant, Drouin) Pen- alties Maltiussi Gibbs minor- major, Hextall major Muloin Barrett Third Period 3. Minnesota, Grant 26 (Drouin) 4. Minnesota, Golds- worthy 21 [Drouin, Gibbs) 5. California, Hampson 10 (Ehman, Rob- erts) Penalties Marshall Shots on goal by California 9 6 14 Minnesota 11 8 Attendance PHILADELPHIA 4, LOS ANGELES 0 First Period 1. Philadelphia, La- croix 13 (Ashbee, Dcrnhoefer) 2. Philadelphia, Bernier !0 (Dornhocf- eO Penalties Van Impc Curtis LA Hughes Clarke Robertson Berry Bpr- nier Nolet Second Period No scoring. Pen- alties Flett Hill- man Van Imps Third Period 3. Philadelphia, Dornhoefer 10 (Lesuk) 4. Phil- adelphia, Hughes 1 (Peters, Ashbee] Penalties W. Hillman Robinson Dornhoefer L. Hillman Flett Shots on goal by Philadelphia........10 8 Los Angeles........11 4-21 Attendance age Lhat resulted in Cournoy- er's goal. At Toronto, the Leafs won de- spite a display of bad passing and inaccurate shooting hroughout the game in which they equalled their 1969-70 total of 29 victories. They have games remaining in the 1970-71 season. Toronto took a 3-0 lead mid way through the second period after goals by Rick Ley, Bob 3aun, and Dave Keon but the Penguins took advantage o Beat's defensive mistakes cm ied the score early in the third period. The tying goal by Keith Me Creary came off a perfect pass- out by Andy Bathgate, but the Leafs got the winner nine min utes later on a power play. At Chicago, Jim Pappin anc Cliff Koroll each scored twice and Stan Mikita added a goal and two assists for the Elae Hawks' 38th win of the season. The Hawks now lead the Wes Division with a 19-point margin orer second-place St. Loui Blues. Bonnie Marshall's first-perioc goal was all that got by Chicag netminder Tony Esposito. ALONE IN THIRD Minnesota took over sole pos session of third place in th West after cnetre Jude Drouiii helped set up two goals by Bil Godsworthy and one by Dann Grant. The Seals, mired in the Wes cellar, staggered to their 39th loss in 58 games. Philadelphia took over fourt place, one point behind Minni sola and one ahead of Pitt: burgh, with goalie Doug Fav ell's second shutout of the sea son. Benefit game The southeast B.C. RCMP All-Stars from Nelson will meet the Lethbridge subdivi sion RCMP All-Stars in Pir.ch er Creek at 3 p.m. Feb. 26 for a benefit hockey tilt. All pro- ceeds will go to the Peigan Indian sports complex. More sport 011 page 8 That crazy cast of characters from ths Lethbridge label may take flights of fancy with Alberla's but nothing changes lhat down-to-earth, real beer flavour of Lcthbridge Pilsner. It's as much n tradition as our pioneering past. Rugged. Masculine. Frankly old-fashioned and proud of it. And that's tho way il lias tasted for nearly half a century. -So next time call for Lethbridge Pil. F.njcy your own Groat Moments with A'heita's original Pilsner. BEER TRADITION yOU CAM IASIE- FROM THE HOUSE Of FLEMING '66 DODGE V-8, 4 door, automatic. FLEMING '64 CHRYSLER V-8, 4 door, automatic, radio, power steering 4l7.A'l and brakes...... FLEMING '65 PONTIAC PARISIENNE V-8, 4 door, outo- n shutouts with hree, has 3.13 average to Hen- 3.18. Calgary defenceman John uber continues to lead the cir- uit in penalties with 133, also new league record. The form- mark of 178 was set last Three teams eyeing second With only two weeks remaln- g in the Southern Alberta A" Boys Basketball League iree teams are vying for sec- nd place finish. The Raymond Comets who ave dominated the league a ountless number of years now dded another league title to Kir list of laurels. In eight arts this season the Comets ave yet to taste a league de- eat and have lost only once in nurnament ball. The LCI Rams umped the Comets in their In- tational tourney early in the Meanwhile the Magrath Zen- ths and the Rams share sec- nd spot with identical 5-3 rec- jrds and if both clubs pick up 'victory this weekend the sec- nd spot would have to be set- ed in the final week of play. The two clubs will tangle each (her in their final games of he season. Catholic Central High School till has a chance to finish in econd place if both the Bams and the Zeniths win one and lose one and they win both leir final matches. In this case there would be a three-way tie for the second spot. MEN'S CUSTOM MADE HAIR PIECES Personalized and Professional Service Jorgen personally con- jults with each and every hairpiece customer. There Anyone con ride it. 3H.P., 3 :5pced automatic. Full sus- pension, hand brakes. Ad- justable seat, handlebars. CCI automatic lube 6-month, 6.000 miles OJQ QC warranty. Only See tho other 1971 Suzukis on display. Complete Parts and Service WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-3221 Open Thurs. rmd Fri. till 9 p.m. Serving Southern Alhorkl For Over .10 Yoar'il season by Rich Theme of Maple Leafs. SCORING Marcel comeau. Ponoki 37 77 Rob Ltgullloux. Olgiry a 77 Lannie McDonald, Letti. 35 JO 75 Dale Bowler, Edm. M. L. 36 33 W Brian osllvle. Red Deer U a a Al ollocK, Cllaary 34 a U Dnrrel Goss, Calgary )7 31 65 Wynn Depster, Red Dew !1 37 M George Mcrea, Leth..... 37 30 57 Craig stylei, Edm. M. L. Jf 27 94 Friday night the Zeniths travel to Medicine Hat while in Raymond the CCHS Cougars will entertain the Comets. In Lethbridge the Cardston Cougars will pay a visit to the LCI for their league encounter. All games are set for 8 p.m. with a preliminary "B" boys contest starting at p.m. Boxing meet here Monday A revival in amateur boring to southern Alberta is being planned. A meeting is scheduled for the Sports Centre Monday night at in room three, and the welcome mat is out. All boxing coaches, trainers and anyone interested in boxing are urged to attend the meet- ing and lay the groundwork for the revival of the amateur game, at one time one of the major amateur sports in the south. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division- W L T F A Pl> 40 9 7 1H II K U 10 I'4 7a :V. M 17 11 !01 O JJ 1" 62 W 31 42 18 33 S 155 207 41 16 31 8151 !07 40 West Division 31 14 JM135 12 24 17 15 155 145 63 10 25 13 141 171 53 21 26 10 152 167 52 19 26 13 165 165 51 16 28 11 159 209 Boston York Toronto Bumio. vSn'ouver Detroit Chicago St. Louis Minnesota 'hlladelphla Los Angeles California NHL LEADERS! -sposito, Bot Orr, Bos....... lodge, Bos..... lucyk. Bos...... Hull, CM Ullman, Tor cashman. 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