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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta y, January 5, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Sabres suffer same fate in Detroit Bruins halted in advancement bid SHULA'5 HOME TEAM Mrs. Shu la ROSS five children ir, t-e'- L-kes A-ne is foreground, Michael lecns en ris dcd's c--d S-c-c-i c-e behind end stcic's behind ShL-'a. The coorh ro-ed c: 'hs Yec- tcdsy by Assorted Prsss. have c-'y one ere TO S-jps- and are 1? a 17-0 Don Simla sets nod as Coach of the vear By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Shula edged C-reer. Bay PECS- Chuck Noll ot Pittsburgh seisrr. record r. r> year? r; tx and George Aller. ot W.-sb- the Y'ear by Tne Ass.viatec receded 23 votes- to tor who had five. Press D.'virs. Informed o' the se'ertion orj his 45r; birthdjy. Sr.ttla. pre- Sunday racing -_ -_ lot ot hard vrrs bv a lot ot would seem out brir.c the OALC-ARY pe.te t.-efcer.: George Cra-- to iliatru." cc: -.hi: '.vould not t'-e r.-_s oorr.r.. e.i 2 d-ecislOo to rt-cvrd ir. rorse ' Siii iirrn The Dolrihirj: 10-4 nr.-crer Tras racing v.-fre present- Lt out of the cee-5' tha hss already bKr. to the board o: ir. tr.e rcuni. list -.ic'jlrl re-cttL-.-'d i: reruls- atd t. o tr? A'wr; tre Carada Ha-rir; rlayoili to eve iro Sur-er The wc'.j-.r. tr'a t--. Boards to ap- be Sr.ttl.-.'f thtrr. !ri? By UN MacLAINE Canadian Press Stall Writer Boston Bruins and Buffalo te- bres had more than a litUe in j ccmmon Thursday night. They vere both bounced 4-2 in p'lemy National Hockey League rinks after suiferiug defensive lapses, preventing tbem from Baling the East Division stand- i ST. Louis Blues scored twice jit: the tnird period, learag the Bruins in c tie with Montreal Canadiens. Eton the diiision standings. i Detroit Red Wings m'cied rookie goaiiender Rockv Fan for three secrad-period goals I that stopped Buffalo from r'JTrihinc jrno E tie New York Rangers for third. The outcome of tie only two scheduled molests kept Mon- trtjal and Boston tied with xi i points, four ahead of the Rangers and Fix up on Boi- contenders in the East race. Tne Red Wing victory left ir-em 1! poin-j back of the Sa- b-es but eight ahead of shipping loroato Maple Leafs. St. Lotiis. Tvith 34 points, moved them to witba io-jr of Atiarjia Flaises atid Pittsburgh ued for sixth in the Wast btr. only two pohjts out of fourth. AWESO.ME AT Tee Sabres, who have a 17- garae uttbeater, scriEg at home are slightly less over- on the read, get chance to redeem therriselves Saturday night against the New York. has a u-e ar.d a win ever the Nevr Yorkers on. P-inge: ice this year and could use that psychological pitch to even-up natters in rhe tight di- ririorj race. Elsewhere Saturday, the r.2dier.s are expected to use trie hapless California Colder. Seals to pad their East lead n Mon- treal while Toronto entertains Lcs Angeles Ktnjs. Detroit -.TS- it? New Y'ors Islanders. Van- c-ojver Carticks are n Pins- b-jrgh. Chicago Black Hawks at l.-r-etota North Stars arri At- lartta in St. Louis. Tre Rargers. meaitwhile a--e at h-rsie aeain S'jiKiay to Pitts- b-jrch when Buifskj is bos to Philadelphia Flyers and Boston the islarrdors 2n? at r-etroit ard ir. ,v- 1-ir.t.a in other ganes. Sabourb stole the pucl; -om Boston cefencetnan EVn Awrey and. ustrf IL-.ernate Phil Eoberto as 2 decoy, snapped puck behind Ed Johnston to break a 2-2 deadlock at 7.43 of :.--e third period. .VVOTHEK LO5J notched the wirier aL-out trunutes icter. s-.-t-utss irorr. H-jck. to nail Lie Brjl-j u-'-jr tbe_r ninth loss of the The Brtrirs weren't saddled their ninth loss in the ?J season until i li-ey blaaited C-0 by Los uie in the Firs: and peri- -the first period of tie game at goals in ods. Johnny wired out tw -j--ri period sandwiched De- O'Stea and rotite O'Shea's score ard Bobbv Orr E'J: A1 bis iroifs iotiTih by Marcel Jean Karael's Ira. NHL goal got the other equalizer, the only Vug u gave S'.. Louis orte-goal leads Farr, thai iar.ed lor ihsa z miiv b'anked De'j-ou sh'Xiters in to the margin i f-f-j-ftr j_-w_u_. wii. i i-j oin.. eqjj.zer. tfce SECOad _Nid. bfcs, Eljjisj0.s Dive mating bus cebut. Ata Delvecchio who Farr after 'Del- veochio's goal. John Ferguson will be guest GUEST Jnhn Fergusa-.. .'.'o-.-eri John for eisbt displayed 23 old-school style of hockey for the Mor> t-ea! Canadiens. Ferguson heved thai the shortest between two points vas s straight line. no mailer what cr Tvho got in the Fergnson. wiio retired iso yc-ars ago. will be a head ishjp pjest 21 the Kinsmen Club Sportsman's Dimer. Sanr-csy. 3 at lie Exhibition Pavil- Previo-jsly naaed to 'ie 2ttb aorJverssry dimer were Jobz- -y Unitas o: ibe Baltimore Colts and Hetiry Mner, orje of four emrees. White ibe first reference to Fergtison's hockey ability would warn bis hard-aosed. rugged srvle of pisy. h eigbi seasons v.ith ibe CsrtBdiezs he scored ecais end nearly 170 asFlri. Dtiriig his career the tie Cansdiens VTH Etsrisy C'jps. Neve- ir: :or '.be Lidy Byr.s trophy for cieac Ferctsoc set. and srill holds. record for penalty ir; c Stanley C'jp play- 1- '.'-I? series Fer- fjsor, cwied Ms heels lor 80 rJ'ines. FerruKc proved value to Caradierjs as police- ST.. 1; Ferr-e eve- Its any itihts. recorded. Carjidlens ahvays been for fast skating, but small, hotkey clubs. "Be'C'-e Fergusorj c ;TJ e along." said 0-5 observer, "you couid intimidate -Vie aciens ?.ith rough play." Thai vvasTj t trjr case i-on :f 55-64 to 1370-7! as itie Habs ir-ie-ft'healsd. -.veil Fe-gie could handle trcuble that arose. once said "I dor.'t 10 arjy of other a; any "It made it Ksier." he tided, "jot to the enetrr-'." The respertt for Ferruson this par. sutrirner when he selected assistant coach c-: Team Cattada for ibelr ser- ies Tvkh the Waerj crept bto Teas Canada's in'jch of ne credit for -js sirj- aiion went to Ferrjs- P.': the durrer are oti sale at i Store or arjy Kinssett Q-ib" sports menu discuss several topics WHA plans big meeting of a playoff to declare ir. tne Aso to be criTiSidered at to- d-} s ts trie of lllOVe LLltO _ three or four ce: eater -_ Mlr-er's rjo-ec into tne hta'.- c' or tir? the City ,-e-..j., Learje Native DETROIT i. 1 twints to date Lvthlcldre Native Soris re- .'oevenar- WINDSHIELDS BROKEN? Have it replaced now by experts at Lethbridge Sash Door! FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY OF YOUR CARI LITKBREDGE Corner 5th Ave., 4lh Si. S. Phone 327-1581 But the Russians irere another story Czechs didn't impress John Davidson :ttor.: a; Color'So Spfln.cs, a n d team. "Wt> Kit bow ati- '.hfy eri. C.-i-.-, sd.i '.5 of their 1 e.'.p.v's o s o n d.x-.sio" ir. ;cw. prosor.t 3 5-! by tbo cif-'eren: pt.v.ttv in iV.v.d- Ccech> in Ilicir opor.r.v :i in ?JM it'-.- by ''0 vv. in Ide.i to pro put jxirtito o: o Snow Blow DURING CUR WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SALE! S K.f. 599. 5 Harvester v Sn'es Sprvice Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE 5H1NED NEW LACES SANITIZED HOCKEY STICKS By-C.C.M VVAUY k'OHO HESPLE5 SHERW003 VICTORIAVI1L i i bf.- rarn BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. ?13 3-d Axe. 5. ;