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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurjday, January 16, 1875 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Dryden halted Bruins' efforts By GLENN COLE The Canadian Press The Bruins ran into an old nemesis at Montreal Forum Wednesday night and he pre- vented Boston from snapping a prolonged winning streak by the Canadiens. Goaltender Ken Dryden, the hero in 1972 when Montreal eliminated Boston in the Stan- ley Cup quarter-finals, dis- played some of his old-time form as the Canadiens stretched their unbeaten streak to 21 games by defeating the Bruins 5-3. In other play, Chicago Black Hawks edged Vancouver Ca- nucks 2-1, Toronto Maple Leafs defeated St. Louis Blues 4-1, Pittsburgh Penguins downed Atlanta Flames 5-3, New York Rangers clipped Minnesota North Stars 5-3, and Buffalo Sabres blanked California Seals 4-0. Dryden, appearing in his 32nd game of the year, made 36 in the first period, including seven on one Boston power play. "It's the first time since we started this streak that we have been bombarded in the first period like said coach Scotty Bowman. Ken was excellent in that period." The last time the Bruins were here Dec. 4, they rallied from a three-goal deficit to gain a 4-4 tie. At one stage in the second period, they trailed 4-1 but cut the margin to 4-3 with minutes gone in the third. "1 think we may have learn- ed something from that last said Dryden. "They can score when the opposition is not applying themselves." Said Boston coach Don Cherry: "Any time you outshoot a team 20-5 like we did in the first period, you should win. Dryden was excellent." Boxing clinic scheduled A boxing judges and referees clinic will be held in conjunction with the Alberta Canada Winter Games amateur boxing eliminations slated for the LCI gym Satur- day night. The clinic, which will get under way Friday at 7 p.m., will run all day Saturday, commencing at 9 a.m. It will wind up Sunday morning. Anyone interested in upgrading his amateur of- ficial's standing, or just learn- ing more about amateur box- ing is invited to the clinic. A fee will he charged for the participant's amateur boxing card. The boxing eliminations, themselves, take place Satur- day evening at seven, with many of the province's top amateur fighters in action. Yvan Cournoyer scored his 14th and 15th goals of the year for the Canadiens who have 15 wins and six ties during their streak. The Canucks dropped their seventh in a row at Chicago. Vancouver has not won a game since it defeated Boston Dec. 28. Rookie Grant Mulvey's goal at of the second period proved to be the winner for the Hawks, who now are five points behind the first-place Canucks in the Smythe Division. B'irst-period goals by Bob Neely and Errol Thompson carried the Leafs to .their win at St. Louis while the Penguins ran their home-ice unbeaten streak to 12 games by defeating the Flames. 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While we're on your pbsite. we'll explain new. flexible financing that makes it easier than ever lo own a Bobcal America's number one skid-sleer loader. C J EQUIPMENT Sales Service Butt-ending brings 10-game suspension By DENNIS PASSA The Canadian Press When left-winger Andre Hinse goes on a scoring spree, it apparently doesn't matter who is playing goal. Hinse scored two goals in the first period against Ed- monton Oilers goalie Ken Brown and fired three more past backup goalie Chris Worthy to almost single- handedly propel Houston Aeros to a 9-2 win over Edmonton in one of five World Hockey Association games Wednesday night. Hinse, a 29-year-old native of Trois Rivieres, Que., tied a league record with his five- goal performance and moved up to seventh place in the league's scoring race. In other games, Toronto Toros and Phoenix Roadrunners played to a 5-5 tie, Minnesota Fighting Saints downed Cleveland Crusaders 4-2, Vancouver Blazers stopped Winnipeg Jets 4-2, and New England Whalers defeated Chicago Cougars 7-5. Hinse's five-goal effort tied a league record held by Edmonton's Ron Climie and then New York Raiders' Ron Ward. Hinse scored one goal in the second period and added two more against Worth in the third to help Houston goaltender Ron Grahame win his llth game in a league record. Gordon Labossiere, Don Larway, Gordie Howe and Frank Hughes scored the other Houston goals, while Doug Barrie and Ray McKay replied for Edmonton. At Winnipeg, the Blazers snapped a six-game losing streak with their win over the Jets and moved out of the Ca- nadian Division cellar. DAVE FORBES (RIQHT) TALKS TO COACH DON CHERRY NHL summaries CHICAGO 2 VANCOUVER 1 Firil period: 1. Chicago. Marks 9 (Hull, Martin) Penalties Monahan Second period; 2. Chicago, Mulvey 5 (Boldirev, Jarrett) 3. Van- couver, Dailey 3 (DeMarco, Boudrias) Penalties Russel! Dailey Third period: No scoring. Penalties None. Shots on goal by Vancouver 55 11 Chicago 18 8 Attendance BUFFALO 4, CALIFORNIA 0 First Period: 1. Buffalo, Luce 22 (Ramsay, Scnoenfeld) 2. Bul- fafo. Dudley 16 (Spencer, McNab) Penalties Pesut Korab Luce California bench served by Simmer Martin Second Period: 3. Buffalo, Dudley 17 (Guevremont) Penalties Robert Korab minor, mis- conduct Third Period: 4. Buffalo, Martin 23 Penalties Guevremont Carriere Spencer Buf Simmer Shots on goaf by Buffalo 9 6 14 California 5 11 10 26 Goal Crozier, Buffalo; Simmons, California. Attendance MONTREAL 5 BOSTON 3 First period: 1. Montreal. Cour- noyer 14 (Lemaire) 2. Boston, Bucyk 18 Penalties Montreal (bench served by Cour- noyer) Montreal (bench served by Cournoyer) Lambert Second period: 3. Montreal, Savard 9 (Tremblay, Lambert) 4. Montreal, Cournoyer 15 (Lemaire) 5. Montreal, Lemaire 21 (Lapointe, Lafleur) 6. Boston, Orr 25 (Esposito) Penalty Hodge Third period: 7. Boston, Sheppard 14 (Bucyk) 8. Montreal. Lafleur 33 Penalties Vadnais, Awrey (double minors) Smith Risebrough Esposito (major) Shots on goal by Boston 20 10 Montreal 5 9 Attendance TORONTO 4 ST. LOUIS 1 First period: 1. Toronto, Neely 5 (Salming. Keon) 2. Toronto, Thompson 12 (McDonald) 3. St. Louis, Lefley 14 (Hess, Bailey) Penalties Williams B. Plager Collins Glennie, Plante (majors, game misconducts) Unger Davidson (served by Thompson) Second period: No scorin Penalties R. Plager Williams Third period: 4. Toronto. Sabourin 3 (Sillier) 5. Toronto, McDonald 10 (Keon, Thompson) Penalties Lefley (miscon- Alexander Shots on goal by Toronto 8 9 St. Louis 11 5 Attendance PITTSBURGH 5 ATLANTA 3 First period: 1. Pittsburgh, Apps 18 (MacDonald, Pronovost) 2. Atlanta, Bennett 18 (Hextall. Harvey) 3. Pittsburgh, Larouche 16 4. Pittsburgh. Schock 16 (Hadfield, Stackhouse) Penalties Manery Stackhouse Second period: 5. Atlanta, Hextall 12 (Richard, Harvey) Penalties Campbell Kelly Third period: 6. Atlanta, Manery 5 (Harvey, Richard) 7. Pitt- sburgh, Pronovost 21 (MacDonald, Apps) 8. Pittsburgh, Arnason 15 (Kelly, Larouche) Penalty Shots on goal by Atlanta 9 11 Pittsburgh 19 12 Attendance RANGERS 5 MINNESOTA 3 Firat period: 1. Minnesota, Dunlop 4 (Flesch) 2. NY Rangers, Greschner 7 (Sanderson) Penalties Greschner Rom- bough Barrett Marotte, Flesch period: 3. NY Rangers, Stemkowski 14 (Irvine, Butler) 4. NY Rangers, Ratelle 18 (Vickers, Park) 5. NY Rangers, Gilbert 23 (Park) 6. Minnesota. Talatous 2 (Flesch, Dunlop) Penalties Flesch Marotte, Ahrens (minors, majors) Third period: 7. Minnesota, Hicks 4 (Hlcke, Hextall) 8. NY Rangers, Vickers 19 Penalties None. Shots on goal by NY Rangers 7 22 Minnesota 6 8 Attendance Rtntalt HERE NOW The 1975 HONDA CIVIC (The Automobile Re-Thought) LIST PRICES2979 Preterviced F.O.B. Lithbridgt McPhearson struts suspension front and rear Gas mileage you won't believe 2 and 3 door models Front wheel drive 4 speed transmission, full sync'romesh Overhead camshaft motor Before you buy my economy ear, you owe It to yourself to teat drive Horida Civic. McFADDEN MOTORS Forbes faces further charges MONTREAL (CP) Dave Forbes sat in the press box for Wednesday night's National Hockey League game between his Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens. A photographer asked Forbes if he was willing to have his picture taken. said Forbes. "But I hope you don't expect a smile." Forbes had received word earlier Wednesday that he had been suspended by the NHL, for 10 games for butt-ending Henry Boucha of Minnesota North Stars in a game Jan. 4. In addition, Forbes could face trial for criminal assault as a result of the altercation. "I have nothing to say about Forbes said. "I have no comment to make." There were reports from Minneapolis that, a grand jury met Tuesday to consider evidence gathered by investigators for the Hennepin County attorney and later in- dicted Forbes. The report said Forbes was charged. An aggravated assault charge can carry a prison term of up to five or up to 10 years, depending on circum- stances of the charge. NHL president Clarence Campbell made no mention of the possible criminal charge serious injury around the eye." Boucha underwent surgery in his statement. Forbes was assessed a match penalty by referee Ron Saturday to correct double vi- Wieks for deliberate injury to sion in his right eye. Boucha who suffered "a Campbell called the inci- Oil Kings stop Chiefs EDMONTON (CP) Ed- monton Oil Kings ended Kamloops Chiefs' 10 game undefeated streak Wednesday night with a 5-3 Western Canada Hockey League vic- tory. Kamloops had not lost since Dec. 8. Terry McDonald, Rocky Maze, Gary Rissling, Robin Sadler and Brent Peterson scored for the Oil Kings in their third straight victory. Maze and McDonald also each earned ,two assists, as the Oil Kings took 2-1 and 4-2 period leads. Rob Flockhart, Terry McDonald and .Dave Hathaway scored for the Chiefs. Kamloops goalie Mark Earp was outstanding keeping the score respectable as he, stopped 33 shots while Ed- monton goalie Doug Soetaert made only 18 saves. Kamloops remained in third place in the western division while Edmonton moved within seven points of fourth place New Westminster Bruins in the west. Kamloops took three of four minor penalties and each team had one major. EDMONTON 5 KAMLOOPS 3 First period: 1. Edmonton, Maze (Pefkins, Morrow) 2. Edmonton, Rissling (Lecuyer. Peterson) 3. Kamloops. Flockhart (Gallimore) Penalties Will E Hatheway K Second period: 4. Edmonton, Sadler (McDonald. Mare) 5.' Kamloops. McDonald (Lyseng, GassoH) 6. Edmonton, Peterson {Rissling) Penalties Olson E. Gallimore K (majors) Topolinsky K Flockhart K Third period: 7- Kamloops, Hathaway (Young. Zinger) 8. Edmonton, McDonald (Perkins, Maze) Penalties None. Shots on goal by Kamloops 7 5 Edmonton 13 17 Goal Earp, Kamloops; Soetaert, Edmonton. Attendance 661. dent one of the most vicious he has ever been called upon to deal with and "it must be dealt with accordingly." The president travelled to Bloomington, Minn., Tuesday to conduct an official hearing into the incident. Campbell's suspension was for Boston's next nine games, plus the game of Feb. 6, in which the North Stars play at Boston. As in the case of all suspensions, this one is without pay. In his official decision, Campbell noted that Forbes and Boucha had been involved in an altercation during the first period of the. game won by Boston 8-0. The pair had been assessed minor and ma- jor penalties by Wicks for their clash. 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