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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Park another choice on east all-stars Orr unanimous, but has hardly played Wxinttdsy, January 17, 1973 THE LETHMIDGE HERALD _ 9 MONTREAL (CP) Two defencemen who missed a substantial proportion of the first half of the National Hockey League's current sea- son with knee Lijuries, Bos- ton Bruins1 Bobby Orr and Brad Park of New York Rangers, have been selected to the East Division's all- Etars, it was announced Tues- day. Orr, who missed 14 games, was the only unanimous se- lection and received 120 points from the veiling mem- bers of the Professional Hockey Writers' Associa- tion in the eight East Division cities. Park, out for 20 games with an injury, polled 43 to" earn a berth on the squad which will face ihe West Di- vision selects in the league's 26th annual game in New York's Madison Square Gar- den, Jan. 30. The two other starting de- fence spots were filled by Guy Lapointe and Serge Sa- vard of Montreal Caaadiens. Four other Canadiens, goalie Ken Dryden, centre Jacques Lemaire, left-winger Frank llahovlich and right-winger Vvan CourDOyer. were also named to the team. Voting was based 03 five points for a first-place choice. three for a second and one for a third. Following are the voting resulis for the 12 players r.smed. with vote total in brackets: Goal Ken Dryden, Mon- treal Gilles Villemure, NY Rangers Defence- Bobby Orr, Boston Guy Lapointe. Montreal Brad Park, NY Rangers, Serge Savard, Mon- treal Centre Phil Esposito. Boston Jac- ques Lemaire. Montreal Right wing Yvan Cour- noyer, Montreal Rene Robert, Buffalo Left- wing Richard Martin, Buf- falo Frank Mabovlich, Montreal Boston's Tom Johnson, whose Bruins won the Stanley Cup last year, will coach the team. He is to pick seven more players to complete his rosier of two goal-tenders and 17 defencemen and for- wards. The West Division team, to be announced Thursday, will be coached by Billy Reay of Chicago Black Hawks. Orr, who polled 120 points on 24 first-place choices, will be playing in his sixth all- etar contest. Dryden, also close to a unanimous choice with 114 points is a doubtful starter for the game. Canadiens an- nounced Tuesday that the lanky goalie will be out of ac- tion for about two weeks be- cause of a back injury. CourDoyer is another fnem- ber of the Canadiens who is currently hurt and remains sidelined with an abdominal injury suffered against Min- nesota N'orth Stars Jan. S. Closest balloting for the all- stars was at defence where the fourth player Savard Rod Selling of New York Rangers by only two points. Robert won the second right-wing position by four points over Selling's team- mate, Hod Gilbert. Robert and Lapointe will be making their first appear- ances in the annual classic while M a hovlich's parQopa- rioa will be his liih, second only to former Detroit Red Wings great Gordie Howe who appeared in 22 of the first 24 contests. Mahovlich is tied for sec- otd place in the all-time all- star scoring parade with for- mer Detroit and Chicago winger Ted Lindsay, and Bobby Hull, the former Chi- cago star now with Winnipeg Jets of the World Hockey As- sociation, each with 10 points. Howe is the leader with 10 goals, eight assists and 13 points, all records. Esposito has been in four all-star games while Park and Coumoyer are scheduled to play their fourth game. Results of the current poll are for participation in the all-star game only and do not cctmt in the vote at the end of tbe season for the official league all-star teams which are selected from all 16 teams, rather than by divi- sion. r Organize "dribble series Proiighorns plan contest Steve Carlton losses a ball as he lalki wilh Philadelphia HIGHESr PAID PITCHER Phillies' generol manager Poul Owe-is arte r signing his 1973 contract. The Phillies re- fused to disclose the exact terms of the con trart but said it makes Carlton the highest poid pitcher in baseball. (AP Wirephoto) Islajiders irinless in 12 Now there's pressure The University of Lethbridge Pronghoms basketball team has j organized a '''Dribble Shoot" contest for the junior high schools in southern Alberta. j Representatives from 15 schools will seek the charapioa- ship fide in series or playoffs i held during a span of four weekends. Each representing school has already been esked" to hold in- tramural eliminations to deter- i mine the best shooter and drib- in each grade level. j The winners of each grade will then compete against the I winners of other schools during half-lime at the Prraghorns' basketball games. The 15 representing schools have been grouped into three zones. Zone 1 will bdude Pincher Creek Mathew Hafcoa. Clares- holrn. Fort Macteod F. P. Walsbe and Picture Suite St. Catherines while Zone 2 will have Catholic Central. Wilson. Allan Wafeon, Coaihurst and Patterson. The third and final zwis wi'J 1 have Cardston. Coaldale R. 1. Baker, Coaldale St. Joseph's. Stirling and Raymond. The first plsrol! series get under way this weekend when the Prong'noras bos the University of Alberta for a pair o{ Canada West University Ath- letics Association Basketball League games. Pincher Creek and Ciares- bolm will compete Friday nimt while Fort Macleod and Pic- hire Burte playoff Saturdsv i Eight. Competition will be held dur- ing half-time in both the wo- men's and men's games. i The Pronghoms' feina'ie vsr- i iety hit the floor against the U of A Pandas at 7 p.m. while the Prong-boms' men's squad tackle the Golden Bears a; p.m. Meanwhile the Lethbridge Community College basketball teams hi; the floor in Alberta College Basketball League ac- tion The LCC Kodieries faced the Medicine Hat Community Col- lege at p.m. while the Kodiaks suited up for a D p.m. till against the Gas City crew. By THE CANADIAN PRESS Before the Nations! Hockey scajon began. Phil Go- rette claimed there was no pressure on hmi to wui. After ail. what can you expect for Sll cilllon. a yet-to-be- tested coach and a new fran- chise already depleted by seven defections to the rival World Hockey Association. Ncnv Goyerte, the untested coach, has to be wondering what his New York Islanders have to do W win a game. Tbe slump-ridden New York- ers suffered their iCLh straight Tuesday icght. 1-0 "to North Siars. despite ho.ding a territorial advantage through must o: the game. It "marked the loss 'down third in the West, a; Si. Louis Blues. The Islanders, who hsve picked up only points to 32 for sevenih-pisce Vancouver in the East, outsho: Minnesota 11-6 and 15-5 in the first end second periods respectively at New York. They tailed off in the third. Summaries VANCOUVER t, TORONTO M-s- Fe-'lM 1. Tcrsr.'c, t 5 2 c a s arriipsr four wins in 45 gatnes for the fledgling Island-......" ers who are ras; dosing on ihe reccrd for most defeats (531 set by Los Ange'es Ki'.gs ir. IPTO-Tl. In the only o'-her'NHL game. Andres Bo'jdrias' three goal; helped' Vancouver Canucks defeat Toronto Maple Leafs Tonight's action has Toron'.o in Oakland against California Golden New York Monies! Canadiens entertain- ing Pittsburgh Chi- caso Black Hawks a; Detroit Red Wings ard At'.ania Flames, another expansion club holdms: Shrts on gosl ty Toranla 13 7 T3 15 -r s 1 Gilles Gilbert only times as the Minnesota goalie posted his second shutout of the season viiile lurnint: aside 29 "I; was my said Gil- bert. ''I was lucky. Some shots should have been goals.1' Minnesota coach Jack GordOD a s impressed by che klanders. 'Tnat wasn't the same hockey club beat S-l Satur- day he said. Goyerte said the Islander per- formance was his team's best in some time. "This can't keep up." ns said. "Nothing goes in. Something's to: to footer or ONE SLIPS BV The only goal Kas i-y cenrre J-jde his of the E: of the firs; period when his ?hor trickled off ihe o: Islanders' Billy Sn'Jth into the goal. meanwhile, is going trough a I'rusmating period. Tne or.e .i-id R.in.cor cerrre hss Invn :'ne expansion periods Loiii? and Buffalo, bu: as a p'.'.yor the problems. He adniitied he didn't expect miracles. Nether did he ex-pec;