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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February 27, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 NHL summaries PITTSBURGH 3 WASHINGTON 1 First Period: No scoring. Penalties Smith Pronovost Marson Stumpf Second Period: 1. Pittsburgh. Pronovosl 34 (Paradise, Lafrom- bolse) Penalties Jones Hadfleld Stackhouse Kel- ly Labrs Third Period: 2. Pittsburgh. Pronovost 35 (MacDonald. Lafram- boise) 3- Washington. Anderson 5 (Gilbertson. Williams) 4. Pitt- sburgh. Pronovost 36 (Laframboise, MacDonald) Penalties Had- field Bloom (double minor) Shots on goal by Washington 6 8 Pittsburgh 13 14 Attendance MINNESOTA 3, CALIFORNIA 1 First Period: 1. California, MacAdarn 16 (Weir, Neilson) 2. Minnesota. Oliver 14 (Goldsworthy) 3. Minnesota, Rombough 10 (Barrett. Gratton) Penalties Rombough Simmer Second Period: No scoring. Penalties Minnesoia bench (serv- ed by Btalowas) Rombough Third Period: 4, Minnesota. Cameron 4 Hextall. Barrett Penalty Reid Shots on goal by Minnesota........___7 7 California............11 8 Goal Lopreslt, Minnesota: Meloche. California. Attendance RANGERS 5 ST. LOUIS 1 First Period: 1. NY Rangers. Marotte 3 (Butler) 2. NY Rangers, PoMs 21 (Sanderson, Gilbert) 3. NY Rangers. Gilbert 33 (Poiis, Sanderson) Penalties Tkaczuk Berenson Butler Sacond Period: No scoring. Penalties Marotte Irvine Hess Stemkowshi Third Period: 4. NY Rangers. Vickers 26 (Fairbairn, Tkaczuk) 5. NY Rangers, Butler 15 (Tkaczuk. Stemkowski) 6. St. Louis. Sacharuk 13 (Gassoff. Thomson) Penalties Collins Barclay Plager Shots on goal by St Louis 7 10 NY Rangers 12 10 Attendance 17.500. MONTREAL 4 VANCOUVER 3 First Period: 1. Vancouver, O'Flaherty 14 (Monahan, Pratt) 2. Montreal. Lapointe 24 (Cournoyer, Lemaire) 3. Vancouver, Oddleifson 12 (Gould. Grisdale) Penalties Wilson Bouchard Ververgaert Gould Second Period: 4. Montreal, Risebourgh 11 (Lambert. Bouchard) 5. Vancouver, Gould 27 (Robitailte. Bordeleau) 6. Montreal, Risebrough 12 (Lambert, Bouchard) 7. Montreal. Wilson 19 (Gainey, Risebrough) Penalties Grisdale Montreal loo many men served by Cournoyer Third Period: No scoring. Penalties Smith (served by Lalonde) Pratt Shots on goal by Vancouver Montreal 8 10 Attendance ATLANTA 7 PHILADELPHIA 4 First Period: t. Philadelphia. (Saleski 9 Goodenough) 2. Atlanta, Hextall 14 (Murray. Graves) 3. Atlanta. McCreary 6 (Comoau. Graves) Penalties Clarke Dupont McCreary Schultz, Gibbs Second Period: 4. Atlanta, Vail 26 {Lyslak. Romanchych) 5. Philadelphia. Schultz 6 (Leach) 6. Atlanta. Lysiak 16 (Harvey, Manery) Penalties Dupont Graves Bouchard (misconduct) Third Period: 7. Atlanta, Gibbs 6 (Lysiak. Vail) 8. Philadelphia. Dupont 7 (Clarke) 9. Philadelphia, Leach 31 (Clarke. Goodenough) 10. Atlanta, Graves 5 (Lysiak, Manery) 11. Atlanta. Lysiak 17 {Gibbs, Price) Penalties Duponl. Richard (majors) Kelly Van Impe Manery Quinn Lonsberry (double Bouchard. Manery (major) Clarke Schullz Shots on goal by Philadelphia 15 12 Atlanta 8 5 Attendance LOS ANGELES 2.DETROIT 1 First Period: 1. Los Angeles. Nevin 23 (Maloney, Goring) Penalties Maloney, Watson Maloney, Watson (majors) Second Period: No scoring. Penalties Brown Bergman Libett Murdoch Third Period: 2. Los Angeles. Maloney 23 (Nevin, Goring) 3. Detroit. Grant 36 (Bergeron, Dionne) Penalties None. Shots on goal by Los Angeles 58 Detroit 6 10 Attendance TOHONT0.4 KANSAS CITY 2 First Period: No scoring. Penalties Patterson Neely Powis Second Period: 1. Toronto, Williams 8 (Salming) 2. Toronto, Neely 5 (Hammarstrom. Keon) 3. Kansas City, Paiement 20 (Houde) 4. Toronto, Salming 9 (Sittler) Penalties Sittler Ferguson Third Period: 5. Kansas City, Powis 7 (Hughes, Coalter) 6. Toronto, 25. Penalties Williams McKenney Shots on goal by Kansas City 9 11 Toronlo 7 16 Attendance 16.331. Bronco welcome mat flimsy, Chiefs at Sportsplex Friday Lethbridge Broncos, like every other club in the Western Canada Hockey League, have a welcome mat. But this time of the year, as is the case throughout most of the 12 team league, the welcome mat is getting a little flimsy: This is not to say that the visiting teams have worn out their welcomes, some have been very welcome guests of the Broncos at the Sportsplex. On the other hand, there's the Kamloops Chiefs. Chiefs, in the season that was 1973-74 did not win one game away from home. As a matter of fact, they had trouble winning there as well. But time has turned the Chiefs around. They are currently in a deadlock with New Westminster Bruins for the final playoff spots in the western division of the league and they have been a very strong con- tingent throughout the year. If there were a trophy awarded the team showing the most improvement the Chiefs would be right in the thick of it. Chiefs-have tried the patience of the Broncos while in Lethbridge and the Bron- cos would like nothing better than even ac- counts. Broncos also have the added incentive that comes from having defeated and tied the Chiefs in a visit to the B.C. city two weeks ago. "Winning and tying in Kamloops got us off to a good start in our eight game road said Coach Earl Ingarfield. Broncos went on to chalk up seven points in their stint away from home and Tuesday night tied Medicine Hat Tigers 4- 4 for their second straight tie with the Tigers. It was 6-6 in the Gas City Sunday as the Broncos ended their road trip. Ingarfield feels his club could have won both games with the Tigers but penalties, a very few of them of the good variety, cost the Broncos in both games. "We have to cut down on our added Ingarfield. "And not only that, we have to win some home games quickly as Brandon Wheat Kings are giving us a run for second place." Kamloops pays an eight o'clock visit to the Spotsplex Friday night and the Bron: cos want a win badly. Friday's game is one of two the locals have in hand over the Wheat Kings and a victory is almost a must if the Broncos want to pick up some breathing room. Broncos will have little chance to rest as the high flying Edmonton Oil Kings are here Sunday night for a seven o'clock en- counter. "All of our games are big ones from here on stated Ingarfield. "We want to finish second and get that extra home game in the first round of the playoffs." Meanwhile the Oil Kings won their seventh straight league game Wednesday night with a 7-6 decision over New West- minster Bruins. Mike Will, with his second goal of the game, scored the winner on a brilliant in- dividual effort with left to play. The victory before Edmonton's largest home crowd of the season, lifted the Oil Kings within six points of the Bruins and Kamloops Chiefs, who are tied for third place in the western division. Will faked defenceman Bob McNeice at .the blue line and then faked goalie Gord Laxton on the winning goal, sliding the puck through Laxton's pads. Paul Mulvey, Robin Sadler, Gary Rissling, John Phillips and Doug Lecuyer scored the other Edmonton goals. Kevin Schamehorn scored three for the Bruins, while Rick Shinske, Harold Phillipoff and Brad Maxwell had the others. Seek mixed title Lawrence Lennpn, left, and his rink will seek the Alberta mixed curling title this tOJJS JCCA weekend in Taber. Six rinks will compete in the round-robin affair commencing Fri- day at two. o'clock. With Lennon are, Jocko and Rita Tarnava and Gail Pilling. Kamitomo WCHL club Canucks fall short at Montreal Flyers hear Rangers' charge By THE CANADIAN PRESS team was only six points Now there's only 19 games Just the other day, captain ahead of New York Rangers to go, the Rangers are only 2-20 Bobby Clarke of Philadelphia with 20 games to go "so that four points behind and it Flyers was saying that his ought to wake us up." doesn't look as if the Flyers ANDYCAPP SOMEBOW SHOUlDVf SEEN'EKE.'.' INCLINED ID GET SLIGHTLY PRAMATIC WHEN TKAOe GETS A BIT QUIET BITDKESTEBINV WUWOULD'VE 'ERE EH.GAFFER? I I FREDDIE'S PRICE PAINT WALLPAPER SALE continues... WE ARE CLEARING 150 PATTERNS of Prepasted, Washable Vinyl Coated Wallpaper at HALF PRICE! BENJAMIN MOORE BEST INTERIOR LATEX FLAT Factory Discontinued Colors Rig. 12.80 III. fi Va PRICE...... Oi4U gallon Rig. 4.30 quirt Va PRICE 2.15 'Quart BENJAMIN MOORE LOW LUSTRE ENAMEL Factory Discontinued Colors Rig. 15.25 ill. Q PRICE t iOf gallon Rq. 4.90 quirt f% Ji K Va PRICE...... A.HrOquirt 1.70-', pint o_ 'A PRICE......... FREDDIE'S PAINT 816-3rd Ave. South CLOSID SATURDAY AFTERNOON "Where Quality Sells for Less and Service is a Must" Phone 327-5540 are waking up. The Flyers suffered a 7-4 de- feat at the hands of Atlanta Flames Wednesday night while the Rangers whittled down the Flyers' Patrick Division lead by defeating St. Louis Blues 5-1. It was Philadelphia's sixth loss in the last 10 games, which included two wins and two ties. The six losses include two defeats by the Rangers. In other NHL games Wednesday, Montreal Canadiens beat Vancouver Canucks 4-3, Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Kansas City Scouts 4-2, Pittsburgh Pen- guins beat Washington Capitals 3-1, Los Angeles Kings edged Detroit Red Wings 2-1 and Minnesota North Stars beat California Seals 3-1. "I'm not looking for ex- said' Flyers' coach Fred Shero. "We've just got to play better. Right now we're struggling and we need a little luck as much as anything." Tom Lysiak scored twice and assisted on two other goals to lead the Flames who had just returned home from a 14-day road trip. In Montreal, John Gould's 27th goal of the season gave Vancouver a 3-2 lead midway in the second period but the Canadiens rallied with goals by Doug Risebrough and Murray Wilson in the final two minutes of the period to claim the victory. "When you have a one-goal advantage against the Cana- diens on Montreal ice it's like having no said Canucks' captain Andre Boudrias. Colts in Pincher Creek Lethbridge Midget B Colts travel to Pincher Creek tonight for a Lethbridge Minor Hockey, League Rep team provincial playoff game against Pincher Creek. Game time is p.m. The second game of the two game total point series is slated for Henderson Ice Centre in Lethbridge Sunday at Friday the Lethbridge Elks will be in Medicine Hat for a Midget A game that gets un- der way at 8 p.m. The second game in that series will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Henderson Ice Centre in Lethbridge. tournament Ken Kamitomo emerged from the mid season JCCA bowling tournament as the high average winner in the men's category while Masa Goshinmon was the women's leader. Kamitomo averaged. 243 while Goshinmon came up with a 217 average. The winning team in the tournament, with a six game total pinfall of consisted of Kamitomo, Marie Hirashima, Larry Nakahama, Hisae Price and Jim Yama- da. Eugene Yamada was the men's high triple winner with a 788 pinfall while the women's section of the high triple was split between Marj Fujita and Helen Higa with identical 648s. Jim Higa's 319 was the men's high single and Marie Hirashima and Hisae Price both rolled 279 to tie for the women's high single. The mixed doubles went to Jim Higa and Helen Higa with a score of and the men's doubles was taken by the duo of Mas and Marty Shigehiro with a score totalling YORK WINS SQUEAKER York Hotel managed to come back from a 5 3 deficit to go on to defeat City Packers 6 5 in an Industrial Hockey League game. John 'Lorencz and Bob Baraniecki scored two goals apiece for the winners. defeat proposal EDMONTON (CP) Western Canada Hockey League club owners Wednes- day defeated a proposal that would have allowed all 12 teams into the post season playoffs. Only three clubs voted for the proposal. Eight votes Foggo makes second team SASKATOON (CP) Forward Steve Pettifer and guard Blake Iverson of University of British Colum- bia Thunderbirds were the only unanimous selections on the Canada West Inter- collegiate men's Basketball All-Star team announced Wednesday night. League coaches also selected two University of Saskatchewan Huskies guard Paul Jacoby and forward Roger Ganes and forward Dave Mulcahy of league champion University of Victoria Vikings to the squad. Named to the second all- star team were guard Robbie Paris and forward Jim Duddridge of Victoria, guard Rick Foggo of University of Lethbridge Pronghorns, forward Lyle Leslie of Univer- sity of Calgary Dinosaurs and forward Doug Baker of University of Alberta Golden Bears. were needed for the measure to be adopted. "We decided that the long- term abuses would have been worse than the short-term league president Ed Chynoweth said after the five hour meeting of owners. The thinking behind opening the playoffs to all teams was that the financially troubled teams would receive extra money. "Sure some teams are in financial Chynoweth said. "But we had to look after our over all image. "I don't think letting all the teams in would have sat too well with some people like season ticket holders and the media." An emergency fund will be set up to help teams with money problems, Chynoweth said. "I'm sure the average fan will accept our decision. It just didn't seem right to play 70 games and then let every team into the playoffs." Fight off BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) Argentine heavyweight Oscar Bonavena said Wednesday he' has cancelled a planned fight with American Ken Norton 'because promoters couldn't assure him that he would eventually challenge cham- pion Muhammad Ali. We Have the Machines and Parts to Complete All Phases of Engine Rebuilding or Repairing! Crankshaft regrinding Cylinder boring Magna fluxing Cylinder head remanufacturing Micro welding "Authorized Wisconsin Dealer" CUSTOM ENGINE PARTS LTD. Aw. SNA ;