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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta f _ THE lETHIRIDGE HERAIO Thursday, February It, 1971 ANDY CAPP MY WATCH IS Bob Christie of Lethbridge blanks IVeio Brunncick Goaltenders have busy time at Canada Winter Games By GERRY SUTTON SASKATOON (CP> Goal- enders were busy for the sec- nd night in a row Wednesday t the Canada Winter Games lockey tournament. Goalie Sandy Santori, 16- ear-oM high school student run: Trail, blocked 47 shots to ead British Columbia to a 9-3 vin over Saskatchtwan. Alberta goalie Bob Christie Lethbridge stopped only 17 hots but many were from close ange and two were on break- aways as Calgary Oilers blank- ed New Brunswick 5-0. la other ganvs of the two-sec- tion, single round-robin tourna- ment, Quebec defeated a hus- Suspend youngsters wilh famous go-'anywliere 4-Wiieel Drive TEST4MVE THE 2-CAR CAR TODAY UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Car. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. 5. Phone 327-2805 TORONTO (CP) A team of eight-year-olds was suspended by the Metropolitan Toronto Hockey League Wednesday for planning an unsanctioned trip to Finland next month. Bob Stride, assistant secre- tary-manager of the MTHL, said the Don Valley Hockey As- sociation team's suspension was ordered by the league's 20- member executive on receipt of a letter confirming that the tour would go ahead despite the objections of the Canadian Ama- teur Hockey Association. The CAHA banned interna- tional competition hy teams under its jurisdiction two years ago when Canada pulled out p: the world hockey tournament in a dispute over the use of profes- sional players. Stride said the suspension would apply only to the touring team and not to the other six member teams in the Don Val ley association but that the MTHL will not accept any Don Valley entries next season. Earlier, co-chairman Don Hoi den of the Don Valley group said the boys' parents had de- cided to go ahead with the tour despite the problems because of its educational value for the boys. tling Northwest Territories' team 5-2, Ontario whipped New- foundland 10-2, Manitoba bombed the Yukon 14-1, and Nova Scotia defeated Prince EAvard Island 7-5. "We may have underesti- mated our said Quebec coach Marcel FUlion, former player with Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League. TRAILED AT START Quebec dropped behind N.W.T. 2-0 after the first period, then outplayed their opponents over the final 40 minutes. Right winger Marcel Char- rette got the winning goal at of the third period, beating goalie Al Muyres of Yellowknife after taking a pass from Alain Perron. Quebec and Nova Scotia each have 2-0 records in B section, followed by B.C. and P.E.I, at 1-1 and Saskatchewan and N.W.T. with no wins and two defeats apiece. In A section, Ontario is first with two wins and no defeats. Alberta is second with a win and a tie, by Manitoba and New Brunswick each with 1-1 records. Ntewfoundland has a tie in two games tnd the Yukon is winless. Top player in the B.C.-Saskat- chewan game was right winger Glenn Caputo who scored two goals and two assists for the West Kootenay All-Stars. Five players shared the Al- berta goals as the Calgiiry club outshot New Brunswick 53-17. One of the goals, scored by Ricki Alexander, came with Al- berta a man short and put New Brunswick behind 3-0. "We can be much sharper. We're showing very little in the way of aggressiveness and we're an aggressive said Alberta coach Kent Gillingwa- ter. SCORES THREE GOALS Nova Scotia centre Randy Crowell scored three goals, in- eluding the winner with less than two minutes left when he split the P.E.I, defence, to give the Nova Scotia team its second win. Louis Docherty got three goals for UK Islanders who led 3-2 after the second period. Nova Scotia's success hasn't surprised coach Hughie Matbe- son. "I'm not surprised that our club is doing well. We had a good indication what P.E.I, could do and we figured we could beat UK territories. In the Ontario-Newfoundland contest, Jim Jones was the top man for Peterborough with three goals. Left winger Jim Wesson and Jim Johnston each got two goals. Dave Rosin, 19-year-old Win- nipeg speedster, went on a ram- page against the Yukon, scoring five goals and three assists as Manitob? outshot the weak Whi- tehorse club 55-18. Johnny Mates, also of Mani- toba, got two goals and six as- sists. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Ctrtintd Dtntal Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 32M095 Try this recipe the family for a change Plan to add our .favorite "TOMATO of your noon or evening menus. 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