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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE LETH8SIDGE HEKALD Wedneiday. January 24 1973 Uelrecchio notches 450th of his rtirci'i- Minor hockey Cameron sets pace for battle of the basement By IAN VacL.MXE nartian Press Staff Writer rj'cd in a :he to re 5'ades ui f s and carrini Lesis to a 4-1 lie ihe Maple h siw Cara- from the Kings in the Juno draft by Buffalo Sabres, tradei in October. 1979. 10 S'.. Louis Craig Cameron had boen, solrf the following Octohor -i ard traded so often by claimed by !-c Nr.ional Hockey League clubs i Lhe expni-.o- ir. the last five years no one (jrar[ could blame him for feeling a His lowed other former Red Wings. last week, got the goals, including Cook's. The win for the B'.. Gram Harms ir.d KeUy Lor- Gitfli Groves. iVLv.'S Lily, Lloyd Kviike ani Dcr.aid B'i-j re- Edrl Ingsrrleld scored 2 goal i_-c zdced a rair of to lejj the Berjians to a i'-.-i win over Labor C'.-jo Bees IT acuor. The 27-year-old winger may CoilQCtl'S Slll'prisP QllpllPC Sqildd 7-1 hjve found himself a niche Ln S-a- Yin fi chipped ir. for :r.e -.v-_-_-ers '.vhile Sr.-xek ir-d td Parker for :he Sesi Ken Lang. Jerry Maci'i-a arc V.'es Fr.diay scored a ar.d 5 cr. over :h? Blades Li Baziar: piay. :Vlfe. m Br. I-- :.T. rs :e maicr league Tuesday night by scoring three goals for New York Islanders Li an S-l rout of California Golden Sedi. veteran captain A'.ex Delvecc'nio scored his career goal to help Detroit; Red Wlaes salvage a 4-1 tie v.Hh Philadelphia Flyers while Mirir.esota N'orih Stars contin- unbeaten against Los Ange- les by reboundLng from a 4-0 deficit for a 5-5 stalemate. The Islanders, who have won six garaes in 43 three the Seals been -.ret Li Montreal: tonight the East Divi- Cinadiens while Maple Leafs visit Pitts-' burgh Penguins. Boston Bruins are at New York Rangers. Van- couver CanucSs at Chicago S'.ick Hawks. California at At- iij'.a Fiasses and St. Louis 31_e; a: Los .tigeies Ci-.eron. orig-lnaliy a Deirci; chr.'rfl. was traded rp L-. obrained by PittsburEh ir a -.race, claimed by Los Ar.geles is 1570 arc then taken Ev three goals, which fol-1 Islanders moving. Bob Cook who surprised the Bruins 9-7 for I points leaves them 15 behind i-onsmilively late in the opened the scoring with the their fifth win last week, left I seventh-place St. Louis in the period and Iste in the 1 game only y seconds old and them with only 16 points. They West. gave him eight for Lhe Ralph Slew-art scored once and trail seventh-place Vancouver i Delvecchio became only the drew assists on three other by 16 points in the East. seventh player in NHL history 'The Seals have just eight to reach the 450-goal plateau, Islanders, wins in 46 starts and their j preceded there by former team- I mate Gordie Howe Bobby I Hull Maurice Richard (M-ll. Jean Benveau (Stll, Frank Mahovlich (468) and Norm Ullman (J51V Mahovlich and Ullman are still active. The Flyers needed Simon No- let's second goal of the game V Bill Clement, Aeros were right on target v r-.le Quewx; entertains Phila- points up on New England in Blame's first goal of the season and another bv Bill Clement, d-j-phia Blazers. the Eastern race. at of the" third period rob- both early in the third period, Paul Larn- Lund and j Clearwater's first of the con- bed McLeod of the shutout. lo pull even with the visiting Ti-.i Taylor tallied 'two apiece test in the second period gave Rookie Richard Brodeur, who Red Wings who fired 36 shots at the" Aeros asaisjt Gilles i Lhe Crusaders a 4-3 lead thai' started in goal for Les Nor- j goaltender Bob Taylor. Gra'.ton and Les Bmkley in the i stood until early in the third cliques, was knocked out of ac-1 The tie lifted Detroit lo within coal. Brian McDonald, i when Jets defenceman Larrv tion in the second period when four noints cf Buffj'.o. fourth in Frar.k Hughes, i Hornung tallied Lhe equalizer to be WES struck on tlr side of the I the East as the Sabres contin- Hale ard Don Grierson 1 set up overtime. head by Pavement's knee. His ued to lose pound in their bid adcieJ to the rout. i Ron Buchanan. Gerry Finder rrolacement, Jacques for a playoff berth the fast- Torn Simpson and Rick Sentes heat goalie Rut- THE CANADIAN PRESS Houston Aeros know t'.'s like to be They kr.ow what i'.'s like to bc record -setters. The once-lowlj' Aeros v'c-i- raided rvxi Ottawa goalies for shots Tuesday night en route ;c an 11-2 win ever t he NsuoD-ls. racking tip the highest score r.y a team in the fledgling World Hockey Association. It was tr.e fourth win in a row for the Acres and their eighth Kn.2 rornded out the game's solve Gerry Cheevers' in nine games and pulled then: scoring at of the final pe- ing. to within sbc poL-ts o1 Wcstrrr, ri0d. jjjree by Rosaire Paie- Defenceraan Ray Gear- mrat rwo from Bob Lid- water's second goal of the i dington sparked the Cougars to g.-.r-e. :9 seconds into sudden- deoth overlime, decided the out- come of the Crusadersjets before 5.965 Cleveland and Jim Wiste also beat Winni- gai-e up Lhe last three Chicago Wings who have lost peg goalie Ernie Wakely. Chris goals. 'only tvrice in their last 13 Vdre in Lhe first period Eordeleau. Bobby Hull ar.d Cal Bobby Whitlock completed the Eames .1 '51 fans. Nats' Steve Swenson were the other Jets to Cougars scoring. Dhision-leaoing after the Jets fell J4 to Clevelind Crusaders. In the only ctrer ga.-te. csgo Cougar? a 7-1 vic- tory over Quebec Nor- The Je's are ir. Bos: jr. torJght agairiSt Ne'.v The ira Cleveland hro in front of goaltender Jim McLeod's 31-save perform- ance and 2.576 Chicago fans. The Cougars, last ia Lbe West- ern Division and 11 points be- hind fifth-place Alberta Oilers, i took a 6-0 lead before Jacques expect to sign Uuitas NY ISLANDERS B CALIFORNIA 1 Firs? 1. is'e-iers, i 2- G'e'.'tr 1 (Miller, 3. C-l'fcr- nla, Lesch 13 S'- ally _ P.-K. SKotvi Pcricd fwo TO i. isr-v-ar', SiackSim) VS, 7 J'. Penallies M 13 33, wm f 17 Pen- Isle-d- e- '-V Beautiful beginnings in fashion start with SINGER'S SPRING FABRIC SALE! gives you the headstart of the season with this beautiful introduction to spring fabrics! They're all new all styled for spring 73... and all on sale today at your Singer Center! Start sewing your way into that new spring wardrobe now with 60" Machine Washable Doubleknit these Trific fashion fabric firsts from Singer! Choose seer- suckers and doubleknits. wild plaids and gentle pastels. 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San Diego obtained i j him Monday. tBx- Harlsnd Svare. head cosch of! the Chargers, broke a day of si- lence to defend his deal but de- ws cUr.ed to talk about money. uT'h Although L'nitas. i 17-year i NTL veteran, indicated when 're deal was announced thsi he f wa> vncertain v.iiether to report to San Diego. Svare said: "I'm not ivorried." felt he was the best quarterback available at the time." Svare said. "You're talk- ing about the best quarterback that's ever been. "Yes. Svare said. "I think he j can play full-time.1' i The San Diego coach said no I decision has been made about relessir.g John Hsdl who wants i to be traded after 11 years ss i of the Chargers. 'pi i "The deal could be imminent, i j or it night not come off at all.' Westfall joins old teammates 1! n-M l. La Arc-! 3. I Lrt A-ir-e'-i ?-33. Fsr-se, i Vin 10: MONTREAL (CPi Eddie. Wer-VJ of New York Islanders 1? "p be reintited with four of his er from Boston or the National Hociey r.ex; weei, but for one The t'orrter Boston penalty- Vil er and left "a-lnger r.arr.M to the East Di- viiicn team which plav the 1 V.'fj- Ail -SETS ir. York's Madison Square Garden Tues- day rJght. Also aained by Boston coach Tom Johnson to "fill oui. the East complement were defen- ce-en Dallas Sirjth. Bcfton. ;r.: Gar." Bergman. Decroi: centres Jean Ra- t-rile Yorl-. Fuingers. and Keon. Toronto Maple Loiis: left Paul Hender- Toronto, right wingers Kocge. Bobby Scltrr.iutz. Canucks. V.' e 5 1 j 1 1 s other fonder Bobby Orr Espostto. were se- lected weei: by the Profes- r.2l HocSev Writers' f.'t-.f. With five rr.err.bers of Bcf- tc-r.'s CJTI team ard sis rrte.T.bers o: Mo-treaJ r.trrcrt'y 'eadir.i the East, an the East All -Start- the tass forcac the W'es in ta game sill M tortidable. The :4 players votai by tN PIiWA ar.d ar.nounced las- week are West Division: Ton? Espostto. fhiciro: Vachoa. Los Anse'.es: Bill While. Barn Gibbs. >rt.-Qescta North Stars; Gillcs Lcs .Vigeles; Terry Harper. Lcs Angeles: San Mlkita. Chicaeo. Bobby Clarke. Philadelphia Fly- ers: J-rr. PSTOUI Gary Hull. Pa rise. Mr-nesota Ker Drvder.. Mile -tire. NT ceifrre- E-crv Orr. Firk NT Rar.-ers: Gt.y Lo-vrte Montreal: fere? Morr treal: rr.i: Hjpcrsito >'er, ard F.-r-re o. Frarjt Ma- ANDY CAPP THEY LEARN ;