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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta  - THI IETHBRIDGE HERAID - Monday, January 4, 1971 Blast Movers 10-0 Sunday mm HERE WE COME AGAIN - Detroit Red Wings' goal-tender Don McLeod goes down for a save as Toronto Mople Leaf players Brit Selby (15) and Jim Harrison (12) Detroit blasted by Leafs Hull moving By THE CANADIAN PRESS Bobby Hul] of Chicago Black Hawks, the only player in the National Hockey League to break the 50-goal barrier more than once, has been overshadowed in the last two seasons by the scoring exploits of Boston's Phil E s p o s i t o and Bobby Orr. But with the season nearing its halfway mark, Hull seems to be making a bid to break the Esposito-Orr monopoly in the scoring race. Esposito, scoring champion in the 1968-69 season, and defence-man Orr, the winner last season, are battling it out again this season for top scoring non- move in on him during National Hockey League action in Toronto Saturday. Also shown is Detroit's Frank Mahovlich (27). Toronto blasted Detroit 13-0. up on leaders ors. And they are receiving val-1 two others Saturday as the uable support from their team- Hawks beat Philadelphia. Flyers mates, including left winger 13-1 Sugar Kings earn three points The Lethbridge Sugar Kings aire only one point back of third spot as they picked up three out of a possible four points in two Alberta Junior Hockey League games over the weekend. The Kings, who have 31 points on 12 wins, 10 losses and five ties trail the Edmonton Maple Leafs who only managed to pick up a single point in two league encounters. Saturday night the Kings had to settle with a 3-3 draw with the Edmonton Maple Leafs while Sunday aferncon they pumped in 10 unanswered goals to drop the Edmonton Movers. Sunday afternoon the Kings racked up period scores of 4-0 and 6-0 to blank the Movers 10-0. Don Southern scored in the first and third periods to lead the locals while Dave, George, George McCrea, Len Chalmers, Randy Andreachuk, Ken Dodd, Flin Flon leads John Bucyk. Hull, who celebrated his 32nd birthday Sunday, scored two goals in leading Chicago to a 5-3 victory over Buffalo Sabres. He scored a goal and assisted on Hockey summaries SUNDAY ST. LOUIS 7 LOS ANGELES > First Period - 1. St. Louis, Lorentz II (St. Marseille, Sabourln) 2:36; 2. St. Louis, Marrlson 10 (Ecclestone, Ber-enson) 6:30; 3. Los Angeles Widlng 9 (Mickey, Marotte) 11:17; 4. St. Louis, Sabourin 10 (St. Marseille; 12:54. Pen-allies - Cameron 16:17, Barclay Pla-ger 18:49. Second Period - 3. Los Angeles, Grenier 4 (Potvin, VVIdlng) -51; 6. St. Louis, St. Marseille 7 (Barclay Placer) 13:58. Penalties - Bordeleau 2:05, St. Marseille 8:52, Marotte 12:16, Arbour 16:22. Third Period - 7. sr. Louis, Beren-on 15 (B. Plager, Bordeleau) 8:37; 8. St. Louis, Cameron 3 (Bordeleau, Mc Ceraryl 11:22; 9. Los Angeles, Flett 9 tWidlng, Cahan) 1:52; 10. St. Louis, Bordeleau 9 (Cameron, Roberts) 15-09. Penalties-Potvin 6:51, Sabourln 7:26, Hoganson 7:26. Shots on goal by St. Louis ......... 11 10 It-40 Lei Angeles...... 11 It 9-30 Attendance - 5,724. Export^ REGULAR AND KINGS BOSTON 5 PHILADELPHIA 1 First Period - No scoring. Penalties - Clarke 0:19, Lesuk 6:10, Awrey 9 - 40, 15:30; Esposlo 11:47, Kelly 17:19. Second Period - 1. Boston, Bucyk 51 (Green, Stanfleld) 7:05; 2. Boston, Orr IS (Sandersonl 9:30. Penalties - W. Hlllman 0:45, Bailey 9:42, Dornhoefer 17:09. Third Period - 3. Boston, Bucyk 22 (Stanfleld, Esposito) 2:55; 4. Boston, Westfall 12 (Awrey, Sandersonl 5:01; 5. Boston, Bucyk 23 (Orr, Stanfleld) 16:28; 6. Philadelphia, Helskala 2 (Peters, W. Hlllman) 17-02. Penalties - Morrison 1:06, 16:02, Orr 7:16, L. Hlllman 9:30, Dorn.oefer misconduct 12:12, Bailey 13:03. Shots on goal by Boston ............. 7 19 15-41 Philadelphia ........ 14 10 9-33 Attendance - 14,620. CHICAGO 5 BUFFALO J First Period - 1. Buffalo, Barrle 1 (Goyette 8:27; 2. CMcago, D. Hull 17 (Martin, Stapleton) 12:39; 3. Buffalo, Andrea 5 (Perreault, Talbot} 13:40; 4. Chicago, Mlklta 10 (D. Hull, R. Hull) 15:20. Penalties - Magnuson 2:49, White 6:45, Shack minor misconduct 7:13, Nesterenko 9:42, Pratt 14:04, 19:11. Second Period - 5. Buffalo, Atkln. son, 1:29; 6. Chicago, Mohns 3 (An-gottl, White} 16:42; 7. Chicago, B. Hull 22 (Campbell, Moloney) 19:14. Penalties - Pratt 8:25, Atkinson 13:21, Mag-nuson 15:44. Third Period - 8. Chicago, B. Hull 23 (Mlklta) 19:13. Penalties - None. Shots on goal by Chicago ............ 11 Tl 1J-41 Buffalo ............. 11 l] 6-29 Attendance - 10,499. NEW YORK 6 MONTREAL 5 First Period - 1. Montreal Cournoy-er 18 (Bellveau) 0:57; 2. New York, Tkaczuk 12 (Selling, Falrbairn) 2:16; 3. New York, Gilbert 11 (Selling) 7-47; 4. Montreal, Belleveau 9 tCoymoyer, Tremblay) 12:28; 5. Montreal, Lemaire 12, 16:20; 6. New York, Stemkowskl 10 (Brown, Irvine 1 17:09. Penalties - Lapolnte 6:49, Tardlf, Irvine double minor 9:27, Mahovlich 19:00. Second Period - 7. New York, Nevtn 11 (Ratelle, Stemkowskl) 6:49; 8. New York, Balon 22 (Tkaciuk, Falrb a I r n) 7:34; 9. Montreal, Lemaire 13 (Mahovlich, Larose) 13:52. Penalties - Ratelle 4:36, H or ton 15:34, Lemaire, Brown 16:49. Third Period - 10. Montreal, Redmond 13, 15:12; 11. New York, Balon 23 (Tkaczuk) 19:05. Penalty - Mahovlich 11:38. Shost on goal by Montreal........... II 12 9-33 New York ........... 16 11 13-41 Attendance - 17,250. DETROIT 1 CALIFORNIA I Frist Period - 1. California, Roberts 2. 10:36; 2. Detroit, Unger 1 (Mahovlich, Bergman) 12:40; 3. Detroit, MacGregor 5 (Montelth, Rolfe) 15:25. Penalties - Bergman 3:22, Rolfe 17:40, Roberts minor, misconduct 19:05. Second Period - 4. California, Ferguson 3 (Hextall) 1:52) 5. Detroit, Connelly 6 (MacGregor, Bergman) 13:30. Penalties - Vadnals 7:10, O'Donahue 16:59. Third Period - No scoring. Penalties - Harris 5:29, Hart 12:16. Shots on goal by California ........... � s 7-21 Detroit.......... 15 1� 10-43 Attendance - 10,706. ATTENTION SALESMAN We ore looking for a man who is interested in working with a minimum of supervision once he has been trained for the job. It naturally follows then, that the candidate chosen will be a self-starter, mature, Independnt with a real desire to succeed in his chosen field. A thorough knowledge of graded carcai beef coupled with some sales experience would be definite assets to anyone applying for this position. We are the largest food processor in Canada, offering a full range of packing house products to all types of retail and industrial outlets. Interested applicants ihould contact Mr. Gorry Doyle, A) Th* Canada Manpower Centre, lethbridge at 327-BS35 to arrange an interview with a Canada Packers' Representative. CANADA PACKERS LIMITED CALGARY, ALBERTA ggjgsgiljggg SATURDAY TORONTO 13 DETROIT 0 First Period - 1. Toronto, Ullman 21 (Ellis, Henderson) 2:53; 2. Toronto, Pelyk 3 (Ley, MacMlllan) 12:02; 3. Toronto, Keon 20 (Spencer, Ley) 16:06. Penalties - Llbett 1:44, Hart, 4:52, Baun 6-56, Detroit bench served by Leclerc 14:40, Henderson 19:14. Second Period - 4. Toronto, Sillier 6 (Harrison, Spencer) 4:28; 5. Toronto, Slttlcr 7 (Harrison) 7:22; 6. Toronto, Henderson 13 (Ullman, Armstrong) 15:02. Penalties - Webster 5:59, Ley 11:13; Harris 18:48. Third Period - 7. Toronto, MacMlllan 11 (Dorey, Baun) 0-41; 8. Toronto, MacMlllan 12 (Keon, Dorey) 4:25; 9. Toronto, Monahan 8 (Pelyk, Keon) 7:59; 10. Toronto, Henderson 14 (Ullman) 15:38; 11. Toronto, Ullman 22 (Armstrong, Henderson) 16:48; 12. Toronto, Spencer 1 (Slttler, Harrison) 17:16; 13. Toronto, Harrison 8 18:05. Penalties - Henderson 6:31, Leieu-nesse, Ley 14:06. Shots on goal by Detroit .............  12 10-31 Toronto ............. 19 10 20-49 Attendance - 16,485. MONTREAL J CALIFORNIA 1 First Period - 1. California, Hex-tall 11 (Ferguson, Muloln) 3:14; 2. California, O'Donoghue 3 (Ehman) 4:56. Penalties - Ferguson 0:26, Savard 12:14, Redmond 1:10. Second Period - 3. Montreal, Bellveau 8 (Ferguson, Savard) 7:35; 4. Montreal, Mahovllch,15 (Lemaire, Tremblay) 8:53; 5. Montreal, Larose 9 (Collins, Tardlf) 1:14; 6. Montreal, Lemaire 11 (Redmond, Lapolntel 12:49. Penalties - Hampson 8. Leth. Paskuskl (McDonald, Mutch} 5:03. 9. Leth. Southern (Robertson, McCrea) 9:45. lo. Leth. Robertson (George) 19:59. Penalty-Mutch 17:10. SUGAR KINGS S, MAPLE LEAFS S First period - 1. Edm. Comrie (Nornden) 1-11. 2. Leth. McDonald, 11:56. Penalties - 'George 2:47, Kosak 3:29, Comrie 6:48, Mackle 14:15. Second period - 3. Lelh. Andre* chuck (George, Mutch) 6:51. Penalties - Shokoples, Paulson (minors) 4:26, Mackle 13:23, Damberger 18-01. Third period - 4. Leth. McCrea fGeorge) 15:38. 5. Edm. Nornden (Comrie) 16:02. 6. Edm. Smith, 19:01. Penalties - Krook 4:30, Comrie, Damberger (minors) 9:25, Mulch 9:35, Krook 13-22. S V O It T S ANDY CAPP OH, BLIMEY, NOT AGAIN ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Hill li��M� NATIONAL LEAGUE last Division W L Boston......27 New York . 26 Montreal . Toronto .. Vancouver . . 14 21 Detroit...... 12 21 Buffalo ...... 7 23 Wait Division 26 6 5 6 T 17 12 17 19 T F API 179 96 59 133 84 58 129 104 42 130 109 35 105 133 31 106 152 28 74 142 20 Chicago . St. Louis .. Minnesota .. Pittsburgh .. Phlla...... Los Angeles California .. 11 8 13 17 10 18 11 12 IB 10 20 11 24 147 80 99 88 81 104 107 112 82 101 104 132 88 127 ALBERTA JUNIOR W L Red Deer .... 18 S Calgary ..... 18 7 Edm. Leafs . . 14 15 Lethbridge . . 13 10 Ponoka ...... 10 17 Edm. Movers . 5 26 T F A PI 5 143 188 41 5 151 124 41 2 154 146 32 6 141 97 31 6 93 129 22 3 110 195 13 AMERICAN LEAGUE last Division * it m . 16 14 5 115 112  . 15 18 2 126 139 . . 12 17 5 115 131 ... '2 19 � m 131 Wast Division . . 19 9 5 121 102 ... 17 12 5 128 101 .. . 14 14 5 112 114 ... 13 IS 6 100 99 WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T f A .. .. 21 10 1 140 94 ... . 21 12 2 147 118 ..... 18 IS 1 158 133 ... 12 20 1 105 128 . 12 25 0 137 206 Western Division Quebec ... Springfield Providence Montreal Baltimore Cleveland . Rochester . Hershey Estevan . Flin Flon Winnipeg . Regina ... Brandon . Edmonton Calgary ... , Saskatoon .. Swift Current Medicine Hat WESTERN LEAGUE W Portland .. .. San Diego .. . Phoenix ..... Seattle ...... Denver ...... Salt Lake City NHL LEADERS: 24 22 15 14 9 24 16 14 15 12 13 1 170 115 3 132 84 1 152 166 2 120 155 0 136 158 T F A 4 136 100 5.125 128 7 126 137 4 107 103 9 131 136 3 107 128 Esposito, Orr, Bos Bucyk, Bos Bos 15 23 R. Hull, Chi ......... 23 Hodge, Box ..... Ullman, Tor ... . McKenzle, Bos ... Keon. Tor ...... Ratelle, NY ..... Martin, Chi...... Kurtenback, V .. Cashman, Bos ... GAP Pirn 34 38 7 29 62 50 50 49 47 47 42 41 37 37 37 HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY National New York 6 Montreel 5 Boston 5 Philadelphia 1 Detroit 3 California 2 Chicago 5 Buffalo 3 St. Louis 7 Los Angeles 3 American Hershey 3 Cleveland 2 Montreal 3 Providence 2 Baltimore 1 Quebec 1 Springfield 3 Rochester 3 Western San Diego S Denver 4 Salt Lake 5 Seattle 3 Central Oklahoma 4 Kansas City 2 International Des Moines 5 Port Huron 4 Dayton S Fort Wayne 2 Muskegon 5 Toledo 2 Saskatchewan Senior Yorkton 14 Regina 0 Saskatoon 7 Calgary AHL S Alberta Senior Edmonton 4 Drumheller 2 Ontario Junior Toronto 12 Nlaqara Falls 7 St. Catharines 13 Hamilton 2 Montreal 8 Ottawa 5 Oshawa 5 Kitchener 3 Thunder Bay Junior Marrs 6 Hurricanes 1 Manitoba Junior Portage la Prairie 3 Selkirk 1 Kenora 7 Winnipeg 4 West Klldonan 9 Dauphin 4 Western Canada Calgary 3 Swift Current I Flin Flon 7 Regina 4 Estevan 13 Saskatoon I Winnipeg I Brandon 3 Edmonton 8 Medicine Hat 4 Saskatchewan Junior Saskatoon 7 Humboldt 6 Regina 4 Melville 3 Alberta Junior Calqary 6 Edmonton Maple Leafs 4 Lethbridge 10 Edmonton Movers 0 Ponoka 3 Red Deer 1 British Columbia Junior New Westminster 10 Chllllwack I SATURDAY National Toronto 13 Detroit 0 Montrtal S California S St. Louis 3 Vancouver 1 New York 3 Pittsburgh ? Chicago 3 Philadelphia 1 Minnesota 3 Los Angeles 3 American Quebec 6 Baltimore i Rochester 2 Cleveland 2 Providence 1 Hershey 0 Montreal 6 Springfield 4 Central Amerlllo 7 Kansas City 4 Fort Worth 9 Dallas 2 Iklahoma City 4 Tulsa 2 Western Salt Lake 4 San Diego 1 Phoenix 4 Portland 2 Eastern Syracuse 4 Long Island 3 Clinton 9 Jacksonville 1 Johnstown 2 New Jersey 1 Greensboro 7 Nashville 0 International Muskegon 4 Flint 2 Des Moines 9 Port Huron 3 Fort Wayne 2 Dayton 0 United States Sault Ste. Marie S Green Bay 1 Ontario senior Owen Sound 7 oakvllle 4 Quebec Junior Sherbrooko 5 St. Jerome 4 Ontario Junior London 1 Montreal 2 Peterborough 6 Hamilton 8 Western Canada Junior Flin pion 2 Regina 1 Western International Klmberley 4 Nelson 3 Trail 4 Cranbrook 3 B.C. Junior Victoria 9 Chllllwack 1 Pentlcton 4 Kelowna 3 Kamloops 3 Vernon 1 Exhibition U. New Hampshire 9 Acadia U I PRO BASKETBALL EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L New York .....31 12 Boston ........24 17 Boston ........24 19 Buffalo ........11 32 Central Division Baltimore .....23 16 Cincinnati .....17 21 Atlanta .....14 28 Cleveland ..... 5 14 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Milwaukee .. ..30 7 Detroit........26 IS Chicago .......24 16 Phoenix .......25 19 Pacific Division Pet. .721 .585 .558 .256 .598 .447 .333 .109 .811 .634 .600 .568 .564 .535 .523 .463 .286 OBL 6 7 20 5M� 21 V� 6 8'A Los Angeles .. .22 17 San Diego..... 23 20 .535 1 San Fran...... 23 21 .523 Vft Seattle ........ 19 22 .463 4 Portland ...... 12 30 .286 11V� SATURDAY NBA Boston 125 Philadelphia 120 Atlanta 112 New York 108 Baltimore 108 Detroit 99 Milwaukee 118 Cleveland 73 Cincinnati 115 Buffalo 103 Chlcaqo 136 Portland 113 Phoenix 122 San Francisco 116 San Diego 109 Los Angeles 108 ABA Carolina 1188 New York ff Utah 134 Texas 109 Virginia 137 Pittsburgh 126 Indiana 134 Kentucky 132 SOCCER STANDINGS ENGLSIH LEAGUE Divisions Ml No games played because of FA Cup contests. Division III W T L F A Ft Bristol R . . . 13 9 2 49 20 5 Aston Villa . . 12 7 5 33 25 31 Fulham ... .. 12 6 5 35 23 30 Torquay ... .. 12 5 5 31 20 29 Preston ... ... 10 Division 9 IV 4 35 26 29 Notts C ... ... 16 5 2 41 16 37 Oldham ... .. 16 3 A 56 37 35 N'thampton . 14 6 4 34 19 34 Darlington . . 11 8 5 36 21 30 B'rnemouth . . 13 4 6 37 23 30 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division 1 W T L F A Ft Aberdeen .. . . 17 0 1 46 7 36 Celtic ... . .. 1 2 2 43 9 32 Rangers ... .. 10 4 A 37 20 24 St. J'nstone 10 4 6 34 29 24 Falkirk ... . . 8 Division 6 II 5 24 20 22 East Fife . 13 5 4 52 27 31 Arbroath ., .. 12 4 5 52 33 28 Parllck ... ... 11 5 3 38 14 27 Stranraer . . 10 5 4 33 18 25 Albion .. . .... 10 S S 36 28 2S Threefold withts go your way - health, wealth, happiness in the New Year - with our thanks by the thousandfold. From and the MANAGEMENT and STAFF ah ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES & SERVICE 402 In Ave South Phone 377-6886 of 327-4445 ;