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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-10,Lethbridge, Alberta Thurwlay. jMMry 10,1974-THE LITHlRIOat HERALO-13 Bartlett's position clear, simply to find a tenant Toronto Maple Leafs' goalie Doug Faveil loses his stick as he rnaKes a diving save on a shot from Pittsburgh Penguins Jean Pronovost (19)' during first persod action Wednesday night m k dive in time Pittsburgh. The Penguins dropped a 6-4 decision to the Leafs to further add to their problems. Seals on scoring spree against Blues No one looking lo help Penguins By GERRY SUTTON Canadian Press Staff Writer The troubled Pittsburgh Penguins got no help from Toronto Maple Leafs and goalie Dan ^uchard wasn’t any friendlier with Buffalo Sabres. The Penguins, in seventh place in the West Division with 25 points and well behind Atlanta Flames and a possible playoff berth, lost 6-4 to the Leafs in a National Hockey League game Wednesday night Bouchard, meanwhile, slopped 32 shots to lead the Flames to a 3-0 win over the Sabres. For Bouchard, who made 15 saves in the second period while Atlanta managed lour .shots. It was his fourth shutout of the season. The Penguins, having trouble attracting a crowd at hbme*becaiTse of'-their^lflt-24-5 record, didn't do much better Wednesday A'ltendance was 8.186. below the average of 9,716 for previous home games and well behind last year's average of 10.969. Warriors clipped Claresholm Clippers erupted for four unanswered first-penod goals Wednesday and skated to a 6-3 Southern Alberta Juvenile League victory over the Lethbridge Kinsmen Warriors. Brian Massam paced the winners with three goals while singles went to Larry MacDonald,    Miles Weatherhead and John McKee . Ken Bond, with a pair, and Bob Quinell replied for the Warriors who trailed 4-0 and 5-1 bv periods On'lv SIX penalties were called in the game with the Clippers getting the nod on five Boys and Girls Skate Exchange 0    Sharpened 0    Shined 0    New Laces 0 Sanitized CCM Paul HendAiton Pro Adjuttable Hocksy Helmets. CSA and CAC ap proved. All colors. 13“ BERT & MAC’S CYOELTD. 9133rdAve. S. PtMM CLOSED MONDAY opM’nm-tFfi.Tiir» Serving South Ameria for ovei 30 years “We could break even with an average of 13,000,” said general manager Jack Button. Of course, the Penguins' dismal record—they have five wins, 11 losses and three ties at home—has sparked rumors concerning the replacement of general manager Jack Riley and coach Ken Schinkel. Tad Potter, boss oí the Penguins, says reports that Schinkel or Riley may go are "pure speculation.” In other games, Ivan Boldirev scored four goals to lead California Golden Seals to an 8-6 win over St Louis Blues ; Minnesota North Stars tied Detroit Red Wings 2-2; TORONTO 6, PITTSBUROH 4 FirtI ptriod — 1 Toronto Pelyk 7 (MqKenny) 2 53. 2 Toronto Glennie 1 (Sittter McDonald) 8 06 3 Toronto Kehoe 12 (Turnbull) 1122 4 Pittsburgh Lalonde 5 , 1fl 52 Penalties „ PelyK-^5 58-.t6 35 PoliS double minor 15 35 Snond period — 5 Toronto. Pelyk B (McKenny Sittlerl3 03 6 Toronto Monahan 5 (Thompson) 5 12 7 Toronlo McKenny 6 (Ulitnan) 7 13 8 Pittsburgh Pronovost 16 (MacDonald Apps) 19 23 Penalties — Labre 6 16 Schock 11 01 Monahan 11 21 Paradise 13 13 Third period - 9 Pittsburgh Polis 13 (Lukowich. Wiley) 6 57 10 Pittsburgh Lagace 1 (Schock Arnason> 15    49 Penalties — Bianchin 3 40 Glennie 14 54 ShoU on geal by Toronto    1Z 10 9—3T Pillsburgh    12 8 7—J7 Attendance — 8 186 CHICAGO 4, LOS ANGELES 4 Fir»t ptriod - 1 Chicago Korol I 10 (Mikita While) 3 27 2 CHicago Martin 15 (Pappini 4 54 3 Los Angeles Widing 11 (Berry) 5 05 4 Los Angeles Corrigan B (Berry Widingi 18 34 Penalties — Widing 2 34 Long 11 30 Stcond period -- 5 Chicago Martin 16 (Pappin Redmond) 2 04, 6 LosAngeles Widmg 12 (Berry Long) 4 24 T Chicago Martin 17 (White Redmonci) 17 24 Penalties — Berry 1 27 Magnuson 3 25 St Marseille 9 10 Koroll9 40 Murdoch 15 29 Hull 16    31 Third pariod — B Los Angeles Murfloch 6 iSt Marseille Maloney) 17    40 Penalties — Harper 9 56 Mam 12 33    , Shoit on goil by Lot An»«iei    10 « 9-27 Chictgo    11 10 *—17 Attendance — 16 000 MINNESOTA S, DETROIT 2 Fifil period — 1 Detroit Libetl IT (Collins Berenson) '3 51 2 Minnesota Rcid 2 (Harvey Drouin) 15 11 Penally — Johnston 7 50 Second period — No scoring Penalties — Beid 8 34 Stanfield 12 57 Thirjl period — 3 Detroit Redmond 22 (Hughes Jarry) 6 57 4 Minnesota Stanheld 6 (Featherstone Oliver) 1113 Penalties — Hextall 6 46 Hughes double minor Hextall 1147 Hughes Hextall minors majors 19 ■11 Shot! on goal by Delroil    9 9 9—27 Minneaola    * 10 »—26 Attendance — 14 974 ATLANTA 3, BUFFALO 0 Firil period — 1 Atlanta Richard 11 (Corneau Rochefort) 14 31 Ponally — Ouinn 9 25 Second period — No scormg Penally — Rotjitailie 6 40 Third period — 2 Atlanta Leiler 7 iBrow^n Romanchycnl 1 47 3 Atlanta Bemett 10 iflomancliychl )B27 Penailies — None Shot» on goal by Buttalo    9 15 8-32 Allanta    11 * 8—23 Attendance ~ 12 522 I    II iiUM \ 1. 'I HIM' I. Fir*l Period — 1 St LouiS Sainer II    iDiiroano Plante) 6 10 2 California J Johnston 16 (McKechnio McAneliey) 8 26 3 Si Louis MemcK 11 j/Thomson Williams) 13 09 4 Cahlornia Bolriirov n (Croleaui 17 34 5 St Louis Thomson 6 16 12 Penalties — Plante 0 44 Meeke 1 16 Cummins 4 42 Kelly 6 29 Second Period — 6 St Louis Thomson 7 (Merrick Williams) 3 24 7 Catilornia Leach 10 J (Johnston Cummins] 7 05 8 California Boldirev 12 (Palrick McKay) 16 05 9 California Boldirev 13 (Croteau) 16 38 10 California Cummins 1 (Leach) 17 31 Penalties — Sather 015 Evans 0 40 Thtrd Period — 11 California Boldirev 14 | Patrick) 1136 12 Si Louis Sabourin 5 (Annoili Kelly) Ip 34 13 St LOUIS Awroy 4 (Qirou* tiVilhamsI 19 26 M California Kesseli 1 19 56 Penaltws — None ilwit on g»al br •t. LM»    1* 11 «-*1 CeHforni*    « « Attendance-2 883 and Los Angeles Kings battled to a 4-4 draw with Chicago Black Hawks. Both coach Red Kelly of the Leafs and Schinkel admitted the Penguins outplayed the Leafs in the first period, but Toronto came out of it with a 3-1 lead. “I have never been so frustrated in my life as I was during that period,” Schinkel said “We had at least three shots from the crease at one point and still couldn’t score.” Kelly said goalie Doug Faveil was the difference, Mike Pelyk scored twice and Jim McKenny, both defen-cemen, had a goal and two assists to help the Leafs take over sole possession of third in the East Division. Torotifn is three points behind second-place Montreal Canadiens and two ahead of New York Rangers. The Leafs, who outshot the Penguins 31-27, led 6-1 in the second period before Pittsburgh rallied. Bob Bartlett, of the City of Lethbridge Community Services division, it should be made clear, is not associated with any local hockey ^oup. Since news broke nearly two weeks ago that the Lethbridge Longhorns, of the Alberta Junior Hockey League, were looking at the possibility of a franchise in the Western Professional League, Bartlett’s name has come up in conjunction with the local group "Let me make it clear," he said Wednesday “my job is simply to find the best suitable tenant for the arena.'* Bartlett is talking of the new 5,000 seat rink which is expected to be finished some time in November of this year for the 1975 Canada Winter Games. At present the city is open to any proposals concerning ice time at the new rink- The arena has not been conuxiitted for the 1974-75 season. “We are willinj to listen to anyone," added Bartlett. Bartlett, who was to have met with Bill MacFarland last week, will do so next Wednesday in Seattle to discuss the possibility of a WHL team for the city But, as Bartlett pointed out, it is simply to see if a WHL franchise would be feasible. He is not representing any group or individual other than the city Last year, when the new Sportsplex became a reality, the city made iU stand very clear The policy handed down stated “priority for the development of Junior A hockey and accompanying arrangements would be given; Locally owned and operated franchises would be given top priority, Organizations willing and able to work cooperatively with minor hockey in the city and organizations who have a basic philosophy ei consider- --o — -ing our youth as individuals for the new Sportsplex. rather than as commodities to be bought and sold for profit. However, the city over and above this philoso^y is still looking for a suitable tei tenant Minor hockey The Red Wings defeated the Black Hawks 5-2 behind Trent Auch’s three-goal performance in a Bantam “A" game Wednesday night Randy Taylor and Mike Craig chipped in with single markers in the win while Ken Lang and Charles Handsoeme replied for the Hawks. The Blues came up with a hard-fought 2-0 shutout over the Flames in a Pee Wee tilt. Myron Siemens and Rod Slusar tallied for the Blues. In another Pee Wee match. Norm Schwarz, Greg Horon and Rick Williams notched a goal each and led the Sabres to a 3-2 victory over the Braves. Allan Norlin and Scott Wesherke managed a goal each in a losing cause. Gordon Keith and David Rohovie scored a pair of goals and carried the Stampeders to a 7-4 win over the Royals. Doug Stenbeck, Kelly Lorencz and Gary Kaskiw aided with singles while Wade Nishikawa, Dave Snopek, Randy Ramage and Brian Anderson replied for the Royals. Peter Watson and Mark Ully notched a goal apiece and gave the Islanders a hard-fought 2-1 win over Coaldale Rockets. Paul Bryant replied for Qoaidale. CORRADI WINS TARVISIO. Italy (AP) Giulio Corradi of Italy won the men's special slalom ski race Wednesday and took third place in the European Cup standings. DUNLOP FORD’S ^ SELL-OUT Exhibition Pavilion January 23rd to 26th Saints’ home turf no longer as sweet LAST CHANCE ! By THE CANADIAN PRESS At this stage of 'the World Hockey Association schedule, Minn^ota Fighting Saints can do without home games. They’ve won their share in St. Paul—12 victories and nine defeats—but their record was a little more impressive late last month.    , Edmonton Oilers handed them defeat No. 9 and fifth in a row at home with a 6-4 triumph Wednesday night, knocking the Saints into fourth place in the West Division. Before a home game Dec. 29 with Toronto Toros, the Saints were first with 39 points—one ahead of Houston Aeros and the Oilers—and appeared on their way to improving the toUl. But Minnesota lost that night 9'3, and since then have dropped three more at home, including two to the Oilers, while winning one in Chicago. The Saints, with five straight wins on the road, haven’t won at home since Dec, 21, a 4-3 verdict over Los Angeles Sharks. The second-place Oilers now have 44 points, two behind the Aeros, idle until Saturday night. In another game Wednesday, Winnipeg Jets took over third place in the West, one point ahead of Minnesota and two ahead of Edmonton, with a 6-4 decision over Vancouver Blazers. Danny Lawson scored once ior the Blazers to tie the WHA record for consecutive-game scoring He now has scored one goal or more in his last eight games—his total is 13 in ihai span Alain Caron of Quebec Nordiques set the eight-game scoring record last season. He collected 10during the streak The Oilers, who defeated the Saints 6-4 last Sunday, lost a 4-2 lead Wednesday when George Morrison, his 21st, and Wayne Connelly, his 25th. scored for Minnesota early in the third period However. A1 Hamilton's fifth goal of the vear at 6:27 put the Oilers atiead &-4 and Len Lunde’s ninth goal—a 40-foot drive past goalie Mike Curran— clinched the victory. Pronghorns see action The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns will be out to earn a pair of Canada West University Athletic Association Men’s Basketball League victories over the weekend. The Pronghorns, who sport a 1-5 record in league play thus far, will host the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds Friday and Saturday nights at the U of L gym. Both games are slated to go at 8 30. The U of L Pronghorns women’s varsity hoop club will also see intercollegiate action this weekend. The gals will entertain the use Thunderettes at 6; 30 Friday and Saturday nights at the U of L Meanwhile the first game of the Southern Alberta High School "A” Boys' Basketball League since the Christmas break was staged Wednesday night in Raymond. The visiting Magrath Zeniths edged the host Comets 59-56 m a hard-fought 32-minute battle. Kevin Anderson led the Zeniths’ attack with 29 big points while Tom Myndio managed 17 in a losing cause. In “B” boys' play, the Magrath Eagles defeated the Raymond Mustangs 43-37. Vince Harker hooped 15 points for the Eagles while Darryl Brooks replied for the Mustangs with 12. In the only league game scheduled for Friday night, the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Rams will travel to Cardston ... and don't say, we didn't warn you ! Vl^ot pnim one up! LatmuiiAup! Positively tiie last time we can offer this low price SPECIAl SELECTION OF QUALITY MEN'S MADE.TO-MEASIIRE SUITS *77 »98 *118 .70 flifl.lo $110.00 .50 R«g. to $130.00 .50 Rofl. to $140.00 79 .50 ‘ SU«lll «xiro (harte If r tiici 40 «Mrf *v«r ENGLISH & SCOTCH WOOLLEN Ï?» Suifini; rlu’ man-of-ihc-H orlJ WMt End - Cmtr« Vlllag« MUI Open Thurs. and Fri. until 9:00 p.m. PhOM 328-8021 \ ;