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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Weekend sweep for locals Kings one point from fourth By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sporti Writer Lelhbridge Sugar Kings ap- pear to be going after fourth spot in ihe .even-team Alberta Junior Hockey League. Kings, who have been battling in fifth place since before Christmas, chalked up two wins over the weekend and find them- selves one-point out of fourth behind the Edmonton Maple Leafs with four games in hand. It wai a satisfying weekend for toe local bop as they picked up their lecood iweep on home ice over the weekend. Saturday evening, Ten? Tar- now scored at the mark of overtime to give the King] a narrow 6-5 victory over tbe Ed- monton Moven. Sunday, a three-goal outburst in the third period cave tht lotah a eon- vtoolng e-1 verdict over the Ed- monton Maple Lead. George HcCrea-paced tie Klogi Sunday with a pah- of while singletons came, off the itkfa of Dave George, Tar- now, Terry McFaul and Ken Wilson. McfauTi goal was bis first of tbe season and came on a bus taring slap-shot from the blue- Red Wings making bid to move past Toronto By THE CANADIAN PRESS Detroit Red Wings, counted out of the National Hockey League's post-season play early in the season, have taken a new outlook on life and threaten to snare a playofl berth for only the second time in six years. The Wings, seven points be- hind fourth-place Toronto In the East Division at UK start of last week, dosed tt within three of the slumping Maple Leafs by the weekend with weekend home-ice wins over Buffalo Sabres, 3-2, and St. Louis Blues 3-1. The Leafs, meanwhile, suf- fered losses to Minnesota North Stars, 1-1, Saturday night, and 4-0 to Chicago Black Hawks Sunday. That made it three straight defeats since the start of their seven-game road trip. The Wings, who now have won nine and tied one of their last 15 starts, have 47 points to Toronto's 50. The Leafs, over the same stretch, have won five while tying two. Boston Bruins padded their East Division lead over New York Rangers to three points Sunday but needed detenceman Dallas Smith's score midway through the final period to earn a 3-3 tie with the expansionist Sabres. CANADIENS TIE And Montreal Canadiens, third in the East with 60 points, made little progress on the Idle Hangers with Jacques Le- maire's More late in the game earning .them a 3-3 tie with the Penguins at Pittsburgh. Elsewhere Sunday, California Golden Seals snapped a four- game losing streak with a 3-1 win over Philadelphia Flyers and Minnesota made it 12 straight Over Los Angeles, stop- ping the Kings 5-3 at Minneapo- lis. In Saturday's other games, Boston snapped Montreal's un- beaten string at home this seaf son at 21 games with an 8-5 win over the Canadiens, Vancouver- Canucks upset New York 5-2, Los Angeles tripped Philadel- phia. 4-2 and St. Louis blanked Pittsburgh 1-0. With time out for the AllStar game at Minneapolis Tuesday night, the schedule resumes Wedneftday, Toronto is at Los Angeles, Buffalo in New York and St. Louis in Pittsburgh. Detroit, held scoreless through 40 minutes by St. Louis' goaltender Ernie Wakely, gol goals from Guy Charron, Al Karlander and Red Berenson in Weekend scorers SUNDAY Chicago 4 Toronto 0 Chicago-Mikita 2, Martin, R. Hull. Minnesota 9 Loi Aogelei 3 Hamp- son, Goldsworthy, M o h n s, Grant; Los Jnyal, Widing. Buffalo 3 Boston 1 Atkinson, Martin; Cashman, D. Smith. Montreal 3 PitUburgh 1 Cour- noyer, Lemalre; Pittsburgh Burrows, Sdiinkel, Polis. Detroit 3 St. Louis 1 Detrolt-Gharron, Xarlan- dsr, Berecson; St. Louis- Crisp. California 3 Philadelphia 1 California Finder, Hickie, J. Johnston; Philadelphia.- Morrison. SATURDAY Detroit 3 Buffalo 2 Detroit Karlander, Del- vecchio, Ecdestone; Buffalo Luce. Vancouver 5 New York t Vancouver Boudrias 3, Connelly, Kurtenbach; New York DeMarco, Gilbert. Los Angeles 4 Philadelphia 2 Lot Angelei Lemieux, Pulford, Rackstrom, Corri- gan; Philadelphia Foley, Bernier. St. Loult 1 Pitttburgh 0 St. Louii W. Plager. Boston 8 Montreal 5 2, Bucyk, Walton, Esposito, Westfall, OTT, McKenzie; Montreal Cournoyer 2, Ltrose, P. Ma- hovlich, Tardif. MinnnoU 4 Toronto 1 Mlnneiota Nanne, Nevln, Gibbs, Oliver; Toronto Ke- hoe. Just over seven minutes of an IB-shot third-period barrage. Mickey Redmond, Wings' big threat in Bieir recent surge with 19 goals in 18 games, didn't score for the second straight game but assisted on the winner by Karlaoder. The Leafs, meanwhile, were blanked for the second time in three road games. Tony Espos- ito collected his fifth shutout of the season with ample offensive support from Stan Mikita's two goals in a game that featured a bottle-throwing scene at the Leaf bench. Referee BUI Friday fingered Toronto defenceman Jim Dorty as the culprit after he bad pinned a tripping penalty on Leafs' Paul Henderson. With the Leafs playing two men short, tbe Black Hawks capitalized with their last two MiHU nd Bobby Hull's nail down the verdict in the final three min- utes of the game. It marked the 21st straight game in which Hull has picked up at least a point. SABRES STUBBORN The Bruins ran Into a surpris- ingly stubborn Buffalo team that held 2-1 and 3-2 leads be- fore Smith's shot from the blue- line eluded Sabres' goalie Roger Crozier midway through the final period. Boston pulled everything out of their bag of tricks to break the deadlock but woe hand- cuffed by erratic shooting and Crazier1! acrobatics. Crozier said later he was "bushed" after the first period and only the fact that he was tired and his reflexes couldn't respond quickly enough enabled Smith's shot to get by him. He'd have trouble convincing Boston stars Phil Esposito and Bobby Orr that his reflexes were slow. He robbed both play- ers in the closing momenta and so frustrated Esposito that the centre threw his stick in exas- peratlon, narrowly missing linesman Ron Hoggarth. Lemalre hooked the equalizer at Pittsburgh through a pileup in front of the Penguins goal at of tbe third period In a rough-and-tumble match-up that 'eatured fistic outbursts on :hree separate occasions. toe. Lob' netmtoder Ray Millar didn't even see the puc until it wu in the mob. Wilson's marker came on penalty-shot at the mar of the final period as he skated inand fired Itbighlnthelef hand corner. McCrea's two goal effort earned him the first star of toe game with teammates Wilaon and Tarnow being named sec- ond and third Mars respec- tively. Jim OUT scored both Edmon- ton goals. He put the back into the game as the Kings took 1-0 and M kadi be- fore pulling away for good wit) OK only goal of the second per iod and three in the third. Werner Crawford came up with 36 saves as the King fired 47 at Ray Millar of tbe Leafs. Kings took three minor pen alttee and a major while th Leafs were tagged with fiv minors, a major and two mis- Saturday night Hie Kings saw the Movers score three times in the final 20 minutes to force tbe game into overtime before Tar now's goal settled the issue. Netaninder Phil Wandler wa brilliant for the Kings despite giving up three goals in the third period. The Movers out shot the Kings 43-28 forcin Wandler to make 18 stops in toe final stanza. Randy AndreachuK fire home a pair of markers to g with Tarnow's winner. Sol markers came off the sticks c Chris McMasters, Rick La Londe and Neil Lyseng. Pete Skrebyk led the Movers with two goals. Terry Ewasiuk Gord Pickering and Brian Clous- ten added singletons. Kings led 3-1 after the Mrs Deriod and 52 heading into the final 20 minutes. The locals took seven of 1 minor penfffies, but Edmon ton's Ross Bantu was assessed a 10-minute misconduct and pme misconduct and Edmon ton goalie Ray McLeod wa given a 10-minute misconduct. Brock Kaluznick scored of the third period to give Calgary Canucks a S-t victor} over Edmonton Movers in Oa gary. In Red Deer the -Rustlers scored six goals in the thin aeriod, three within 35 seconds to thump Drumheller Falcons 8-1 in the Alberta Junior Hock ey League Sunday. Meanwhile in Dnmheller the falcons thumped visiting Ed monton Maple Leafs 11-4 Satur day. LITHBRIDGE (DM. LIAPI I First Period 1. Lethbrldni, Me (Smllh, Lynns) 1. Ed monton, (slylti, Kokolllkl) 3. Lelhbrldge, McCrea (Lyung, Smith :OI; 4. Edmonton, Carr (unassisted Penalties Mackle, Styles. second Period s. Lethbrldgt George (McMasln-i) pmallTe Saveryn, McFeuI, Rhine, Blrmlng >m (major) Lilwiru Third Period 6. LelhbrldM Tar DW (uniillilfd) 7. Lelhbrldge McFaul (uniithttd) Lelh. ridge, Wilson (unassisted) Pen Illn strale, Andrukchuk, Style! Millar (minor, mMcon A TASTE OF VICTORY Queen's University long Soturdcy fa.- the Toronto Sinr Maple Leof Indoor Games, jumper Axel Becke gels a mouthful of land during trials The gamei are MI for Toronto Feb. 4. Mcnttay, jMMry M, TMi IfTHMfOM HMAI0 KELLY CAUGHT FOR LOSS ChucK Rowley (54) of the NFC grabs Leroy Kelly (44) cf the AFC by Ihe jersey for a loss of 14 yards in the National Football League's Place kicker came through Pro-Bowl game Sunday In tos Angeles. Howley ployi for the Dallas Cowboys while Kelly is a member of the Cleve- land Browns. Stenerud had second thoughts LOS ANGELES (AP) Jan Stenerud his first two field goal attempts fail i n g, wondered whether he belonged in the Pro Bowl with the elite of the Na- tional Football League. Stenerud proved he- belongs. Goat of tbe Kansas City Chiefs' overtime 27-24 loss to Miami Dolphins last month be- cause he missed two field goals, Stenerud was voted offensive player of the 22nd annual Pro Bowl Sunday. His four field goals helped the American Conference topple the National Conference 26-13. The 26-year-old Norwegian soccer- style place kicker said he wasn't alone ID doubting his ability. "I heard Borne people in the stands saying, 'What are you doing in this Stenerud said. "And I had some thoughts about that myself after I missed mat second field goal." His first attempt was partially blocked by Detroit Lions middle linebacker Mike Lucd. His sec- ond, also in the first quarter, sailed wide of tbe uprights from 28 yards away. "I was very glad I got an- other Stenerud said. His field goals, from 25, 23, 48 Fall back into third United loses lead LONDON (CP) Leeds United, runners-up for the last wo years, sits at the top of the English League First Division soccer table for the first tune this season. Manchester United, league leader since Oct. 9, was Kodiaks dump Dawson twice The Lethbrdge Community College Kodiaks evened their core with the Dawson College luccaneers dropping them 91- 87 in Stirling Saturday night. Hie hard-fought victory gave w Kodiaks a 2-2 record against le visiting Buccaneers from jlendive, Montana. On their extensive exhibition U.S. tour, the local club suf- ered 114-91 and 112-75 setbacks to the Buccaneers. Friday night, the Kodiaks won their first game against he Buccaneers by an 88-63 core. Before a capacity crowd in tiding Saturday night, the Ko- diaks racked up a 51-40 lead at half-time in the roughly played contest )ikawa, Davis meet Wednesday The District 2 mixed curling outh finalists will be decided in a sudden-death match Wed- icsday. Lyle Davis of Lethbridge and 'ricky Oikawa of Picture Butte ere the only rinks to survive e opening play-downs at the vie Centre curling rink over weekend. The Davis rink captured the A" event defeating Ofitawn the final, but Oikawa came ack in the "B" final dumping Job Lagler of Lethbridge. The Oikawa rink then went n to drop Davis In the A-B nal which set up the one- game affair Wednesday. The two dubs will hit the Ice 4 p.m. at the Civic Centre rling rink with the winner ad. ancing to the Alberta finals in Jrumhellw Feb. 17-18. By using a full-court press in the second half, the Buccaneers closed the gap and at one time led by two pointo. The Kodiaks wouldn't give in though and kept playing a tough brand of basketball to capture the win. Curt Wolsey paced the Kod- iaks netting 24 points while Alec Dudas and Gary Williams chip- ped in with 21 and 20 points respectively. The Kodiaks shooting was Just superb as they connected on 46 per cent of their shots from the outside and 59 per cent from the foul line. Williams was the big rebound- er-for the Kodiaks, pulling in 16 loose balls off the back- boards while Gil Wosnack pick- ed off 14. Bruce Millis and Rick Neilson also grabbed 11 and 10 re- bounds of the Kodiaks total of 60. The Kodiaks will see action again this week as they travel to the coast for a four-game exhibition series. Native Sons lose twice The Lethbridge Y's Men's Na- tive Sons were dropped twice in exhibition hockey action over the weekend. Friday night the Pincher Creek Sulphur Kings trounced he Sons 12-5 while Saturday Claiesholm dumped the local club 5-3. Fred Hoffarth picked up two goals and Ross Walker, Ken Klinkhammer and Larry Mar- chuk singles for Sons in their loss to the Sulphur Kings. In their contest against Tlarcsholm, Randy Joevanatzo, Larry Marchuk and Ross Walk- er managed a goal apiece. knocked off Its perch by a 1-0 home defeat by Chelsea Satur- day. Leeds United and Man Chester City cashed in on Chel- sea's success to go one point above Manchester United, Leeds beating Sheffield United 1-0 and City defeating Crystal Palace 2-1. A crowd of saw Chelsea beat Manchester United with a 48th-minute goal by England in- ternational Peter Osgood. It must have been gratifying for Dsgood, who was listed for ransfer by manager Dave Sex- ion for lack of effort when the Sams met in the second match of the season last August. Manchester United now is without a league win since Dec. 4. A 15th-minute goal by Brig- and striker Allan Clarke gave jeeds the points against Shef- ield United in a match which started explosively when Leeds skipper Billy Bremner was xwked in the first minute for a on Geoff Salmons. THREATENS EJECTION Four minutes later referee Keith Walker booked Salmons and later threatened to eject lim if there was any more trou- ble. Bremner, happy with the re- sult, commented: "It is always nice to be on top. I still think he champions will come from one of five dubs, but I think we must be favorites now." Manchester City, which trails jeeds on goal average, earned ts victory with an own goal by ace defender Mel Blyth 14 minutes from time. Bobby Tamblin, with his third oal in a week, put Palace ahead after 10 minutes, but England World Cup striker Francis Lee got the equalizer 28 minutes later. Then came City's winner when Blyth deflected a cross by England international like Summerbee into his own net. and 42 yards, along with Ksnsaa City quarterback Len Diwson'i five-yard touchdown pass to Cleveland Browns' Milt Morin, gave tbe AFC a 19-6 lead with nine seconds gone in the fourth quarter. Tbe four field goals tied the Pro Bowl record set in 1959 by Bert Eechichar of Baltimore Colts, and the 48-yarder waa four yards thy of the record for the Pro Bowl, which on Sunday was played before The NFC which defeated the AFC 27-8 last year in the first Pro Bowl since tbe merger of the NFL and old American Football League, scored first on a 50-yard pass from Detroit's Greg Landry to Bob Grim of Minnesota Vikings. After tto AFC took the lead, tht NFC narrowed the gap to six with less than eight minitcs to play when San Francisco '49er rookie, Vic Washington, who played previously with Ottawa Rough Riders and Britkh Col- umbia Lions in the Canadian Football League, swept left un- touched for a two-yard score. But the AFC marched 71 yards in 12 plays, all on the ground and including 42 yards in seven carries by Eugene (Mercury) Morris of Miami. Victory was assured with left when Denver Bronco's Floyd Little scored on a, ai- yard run. Coyne tops at Coaldale Lethbridge rinka dominated the annual Coaldale Curling Club men's bonspel over tbe weekend. Some 32 rinks took part in the four day event which got under way Thursday. Gerald Coyne of Lelhbrldge won the number one Coaldale Businessmen's event over Scott Henderson of Letbbridga In the final. Joining Coyne on tbe cham- pionship rink were third Roch Bruneau, second Lloyd Currie and lead Lollie MacLaine. The number two Ventura Hotel event went to Leth- bridge's Clark Greene as he bested Tony Moriyama of Ta- ber in the final. Bud McAllis- ter skipped the Greene four- come. Bill KarbashewsH, of Letb- bridge skipped his quartet past another Lethbridga rink skipped by Lawrence Her- manutz to win the number three Imperial Oil of CoaMale event. Tony Coutts and his mates made it four-for-four for Leth- bridge rinks downing Art Bor- zel of Lethbridge la the final. WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM VON HESS BEIAFONTE KAMATA vi MARTEL Big Bouti JOEY GIARDELLO is C0min9to the Kinsmen Sportsman's Dinner! _________Saturday, Feb. 5th Tickets available at: hover's, Marcel's and Art Williams World of Travel! ;