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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IFTHMIDGI HERALD Thurtday, January 20, 1972------------------------------ Seals9 netmlnder had a Hull of a night Leafs deserved at least an even break By IAN MacLAlNE Canadian Press St.iff Writer Toronto Maole Leafs played well enough to earn a tie, but an exchange of coaching tactics in UE waning moments cost them their game with Montreal Cana- diens. EooJtie goaltender Gilles Mel- oche played well enough to earn at least a tie in Chicago against the Black Hawks but was faced with too much Bobby Hull As a result, the Canadiens tinned their tactical advantage into a 1-0 National Hockey League win with two seconds remaining in the game and the Black Hawks rode Hull's 32nd and 33rd goals of the year to a 2-0 win over California's Golden Seals. Elsewhere Vancouver Can- ucks rifled five third-period goals en route lo a fr-1 win over Pittsburgh Penguins, defence- man Doug Mohns had a hand in all Ine Minnesota scores as the North Stars throttled Detroit Red Wings 4-1, and New Yort Rangers blasted Los Angeles Kings 5-1 -with a three-goal sec- ond period. Tonight Chicago moves over to Philadelphia and the Canucks visit Buffalo Sabres. With six seconds remaining a scoreless game al Montre the Leafs forced a faceoff lo t right Prokop 340 DON WILION'I JUNIOR SHOP Henna MatMn 301 Arlene Read 2tO; Marg Swirled 250; Ev Krara 241, Jtntr Kaals ttora Blue Ot: Par Plomp 253; Mint Slnd- llnger 253 Sally 25] Nellli McClaln 942. OOKDIE5 Al Smllh SIT Bill Cook 32J Olrerdl 335 Ktn Kim 343 {tail jack Smeed 324 (mi; Eirl Armour 305 wimp Naka. muri 305 Tom Adami 327 Yufaka LTrano 314 Ron Taylor 304 Phil Black 314- Roy Smftd 313 Bill Briun 215 1IMPION SlARt Ed Roswil 257 Bernlce Han- Ity 141; Valerie Allen 244; Ann Serbu 232; Bob Tlriordl la (mi; Tom rVaff 2SI Chrli Wlllon Benltl Bannerman 245; Barry Bannerman 245; Marino Rapueno Audrey SPEEDY'S Mirg Milcomson 29B Anne Martin 245; Jtan Koskoskl 2M (Ml; Grace Beard 254 Jean Chrlslle 1ANTAM IOYI Kim Tlnwdl 211, Hwll 277, Bill TMd 222, Robin Stlntm 213, Mi- chael Toller 21S, Rod Malchow 200. Edwin Burwaih 221, Gordon Bessel- Inj ill, John ftni Philip Nowlk 191. IANTAM OIRL! Debbie Andtrion 234, Brenda Chrh- tle 196, Crystal Mlyashlro 173, Sandra Hamilton 217, Lisa Blue 159, Penny Johnson Iffl, Lori 15B, pel Illon 143, Dtoblo Bergman 170, Bev Salmon 160. JUNIOR! AND SENIORS Debbie Vogel 213, Baden Pilling 278 Doug Christie Jal, Barry Nlfd- ermler 242 John Wlldman 259 Linda Malcomson 280 Bob Tlnordl 241, Cherye Obermeyer 309 Selma Nlshlmura 246, Kim Kov- acs 245, Darren Laoler M YOUNO ADULTS Randy Wolstoncroft 280 Suian McDonald 2M Ouane Spltier 268 Bruce Canlield 340 Bar- bara Payne 246, Lori Palmirchuk 262 Ken Lnrstm 271 Jim Mai- comson 284, Brenda PMersen 281 (764) Ken Kurtz 259 Carolyn Puny 234, Nadlni Kovaa 237 weller 748; Mary Ward 215; John SINIOR C1TIZINI Ann RMd 301; Franctl Bambrlck 253 Ruby Oseen Rose Nun. Clark 244; Mary Carlson Ben Evanson 241; Ed Howard 250; Ted Haslard 251; Henry Btchlhold 3711 Henry Brown 248. HiaA'S Velta Argals 249; Marg Mlchalenko' 243 Lorraine Parsley 299 Doreen Rombough 240; Kae Mann 263 Betty Roberts 205 Eve- lyn Shire 241; Shirley Alexander 274; Marlene fioscrl 27? Edllh Craig 237. 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