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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-24,Lethbridge, Alberta Hahs again not all that sharp on Forum ice Greybeard shows how it’s done By GLENN CX>LE Caudtu Pmt St«« Wrlttr The kiddle corps came Uirwgh for the Bccood coo* secuuve gunt tor WontJrMl Canadiens Wednesday nl|ht but it look a greybeard tojet the defending Stanley Cup champions moving. The Canadiens were trailing Walton family broken up, may help Saints get moving By NEIL CAMPBELL Canadian Press Staff Writer Maybe breaking up the Walton family can get the struggling Minnesota Fighting Saints untracked. The Saints traded centre Rob Walton to Vancouver Blazers Wednesday night after dropping a 4-1 decision to New Jersey Knights in a World Hockey Association game.    . For the Saints, who were in contention for first place in the WHA West Division In the early weeks of the schedule. It was the 10th loss in their last 12 games. The defeat left them in fourth place, five points ahead of the fifth-place Blazers but seven behind Edmonton Oilers and Winnipeg Jets, who share second place. Walton, who came to the Saints from Seattle Totems, had eight goals and 23 assists in 44 games for Minnesota, was benched Sunday night. He came to the ^ints with brother Mike, a National Hockey League veteran. Mike is tied for ninth place in the WHA scoring race with 20 goals and 32 assists. ~ Defenceman Kevin Morrison had a goal and two assists for the Knights, who have won three of their last four starts and now trail fourth-place Quebec Nordiques by only three points in the WHA East Division. In Wednesday’s only other WHA game, the Blazers coasted to a 6-3 win over Cleveland Crusaders. Vancouver scored four times in the first period on Bob Whidden, Cleveland's reserve goalie. Regular Gerry Cheevers played the last two periods, Mike Chemoff scored twice tor Vancouver while Bill Young scored all three Cleveland goals. John McKenzie, who missed 20 games with a broken hand, scored his fourth goal of the season for Vancouver. Handshake agreement SAN DIEGO (A?) -Millionaire Ray Kroc has reached a “handshake agreement” to buy the San Diego Padres baseball club, the San Diego Union reported Wednesday night. In a story for today’s edition, the newspaper said Kroc, chairman of the McDonald Corp. food chain, has agreed with C. Arnholt Smith on a purchase price for the National League team and is talking to the city of San Diego about a stadium lease. “It looks very good,” said the 7l-year-old Kroc, who has made several attempts to buy sports franchises in his home city of Chicago. "I want to have fun with an expensive hobby. I am totally inclined to keep the team in San Diego." Morrison says Skov will ref MONTREAL (CP) -Referee-in-chiel Scotty Morrison named veteran referee Art Skov and llneamen Matt Pavelich and WiUle Norris on Wednesday to handle next Tuesday’s 37th annual National Hockey League All* Star game In Cmcago, Skov referred two previous All-Star games, at St. Louis In igfo and Montreal in 1M6. The Montreal game was the last time the All-Star contest was held in October before moving to the current midseason format. Pavelich wilt be making his ninth appearance as an AllStar game official, tying a mark set by fellow lineaman Neil Armstrong in New York last year. Norris will be working his first All-Star game. Andy Van Hellemond will be the backup official. QUALITY DENTURE CUNIC EDDY DIETRICH CtrtHMDwiMMMltMte CiplM FiwnniM IWa. ■»HOHli Stl-nt4 Toronto Maple Leafs i-0 with 13 minutes gone in the second period when Henri Richard won a faceoff in the Toronto ione, got the puck back to defenc«nan Serge Savard and then got into position to deflect Savard’s point ihot past Toronto goalie Dune Wilson. Tlien the Montreal kid line of Yvon Lambert. Dave Gardner and Steve Shutt carried on, with Shutt scoring his eighth and ninth goals of his sfithomore season before the period ended. On Shutt’s first goat, Gardner snapped the faceoff away from Leafs' Darryl sutler and fed It to Shutt who scored on a 40-footer shot. On Shutt's second goal, Lambert and Gardner combined to take the two Toronto defencemen out of the play and Shutt forced Lanny McDonald to give up the puck in his own end and fired a blast past Wilson. It was the second game in which all three have seen heavy duty because of injuries to Jacques Lemalre, Yvan Coumo^r and Chuck Lefley, the Canadlens’ top scoring trio. In other action Wednesday, Pittsburgh Penguins dumped St. Louis Blues 4-1,' Los Angeles Kings clipped Minnesota North Stars 3*1, Detroit Red Wings clubbed Calliomla Gold«i Seals W and New York Bangers defeated Atlanta Flames 4-1. Caudlens 4 Maple Leafs 3 “That was an imporunt game tor us," said Montreal coach Scotty Bowman. “That put us IQ points ahead of them and we have two games in hand.” “Three of our goals came off winning faceoffs,” Bowman added, noting tlut Peter Mahovllch got the game-wlnner at 11:20 of the third period after winning a draw to the right of Wilson. It was his 19th goal of the year. Penguins 4 Blues 1 The Penguins, playing before 13,324 fans, their flrsl capacity crowd of the season, made St. Louis their thlrd-stiaight victim. Bob Kelly and Steve Dur-babo, acquired from the Blues last week, engaged m slugging matcher with former teammates Bob Plager and Bob Gasoff respecUvrty. Gasoff; who led the Western Canada Hockey League with 3«8 minutes in penalties last season while performing for "Medicine Hat Tigers, was ejected from the game for being third man in the Plager* Kelly scrap. Klagi i North Star« 1 Winger Dan Maloney broke a 1>1 tie at 7:41 of the second period and the Kings moved into fifth place in the NHL Weft, one point ahead of slith-place MinnteoU. , , Butdi Goring and Frank St. Manellle got the otiiar Lot Antelei goals with Dennis Hextall lur' ■“ o^> ntelei goals with Dennis «xtall supplying MinnewU’s ily goal after only » seconds [ the first period. USED BOBCATS FOR SALE AT C and J EQUIPMENT RENTALS N SALES & SERVICE roe^h-J Phone 1410. and. Av*.«o(ith. DUNLOP FORD Salesman of the Month STEVE DAKU Mr. Lyndon Foatet, Genera) Sales Manager of Dunlop Ford, la pleaaed to announce that Steve Daku 1$ the Dunlop Ford Salesman tor the month of December. Steve is to be congratulated tor hla fine efforts in attaining thia preatlgioua achievement In the sale of “Better Idea" quality new cars and trucks. Steve extends his thanks to all who helped make this achievement possible. DUIMLOP COH. leth AVB. AND M.M. DRIVE 1974 HONDA ELSIN0RE8 JUST ARRIVED aSOee MOTOCROSS •    Chfofne-moly FranM and Bara •    Aluminum AHey Tank •    D.I.D. (Mutfese) Alloy Wheel RIma •    211 Ibe. Dry *iaoo g 250ac INDURO •    Unbreakable Pendera •    Quickly Detachable Inetrumenta •    Spark Arreator Approved tor the Foreat Raaerve •    400x18 Knobby Optional •    Low Trail Qearlng Included auuM LOW itrs Priori LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1ii7 2ndAve.8.    Phone U7-HM Cloeed Mondaya ONN THUnaOAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL S P.M. Ample Free PerMng *1000 m6A - H6HB« - HONDA - MotiD* - HÒMD« Summaries NV RANOna 4, ATLANTA 1 Flwt pwM ~ 1 NY Riing*ri, Ratelle 17 (Gilbert. Htflfleld) 11 52,2 NY Rangers, Raleile 18 (Park( 17 12 Penalties ~ Qumn 0 41. Sietnhowski 8 80 McDonough 12 44 ateond ptfiod - 3 NY Rangers, Hadtieicl 18 [Qiltiert, Ratell«) T51. Penalties — Hadtield 2 43, Thaczutt 5 29. Manery Hadfleld mtjor, Murray major 13 22, Romancfiych 19 49 Thlr« period — 4 Atlanta. McDonougti 16 (LysiaK, McCreary) 2    44. 5 NY Rangers McQregor 15, 15    19 Penalllea — Selling S 29, Had-(le!d 13 38 atwtt M QMi tar Aitwit*    7 ia i*-»i Nmr »Of*    13 14 l-M Attendance — 17,500 PITTaaURQH 4. ST. L0UI8 1 Flr»t parM — 1 Pillsburgh. Apps 16    5'22, 2 Pittsburgh, Arnason 9 (Shock, Beverley) 8 37, 3 St Louis R Plager 3 (Harbaruk, Angottl) 14 59 Penalties — Sabourin 2 00, Blanchin 4    16 PronDvoft1 9 36 Lalonde12 22 a*C»n0 pftlod — 4 Pmsburgh, MacDonau 21 (Stackhouie, DeMarco) 12 30 S Pittsburgh. MacDonald 22 (Durbano Apps) 13 28 Penalties — Gasoll 1 18 Awroy major, Kelly major misconduct, QatoH ma|Or, game misconauct 3 25 Arnason 5    14 Planle 5 57, Arigotti 11 55 Third period — No scoring Penalties — Kelly 2 27. DeMarco 3    28 Durbaiio17 51 AJb julaI Ikte •nvn «11 yvB* wy PMtebiirgh    11 It 10—M at Leuie    • 11 11-)1 Attendance — 13.324. MONTNIAL 4, TORONTO > rim ptried — 1 Toronto, Salmi ng 1 (McDonald) 15 36 Penalties — P Mahovlicti 6 22 Ellis 18 07 awondperM —2 Toronio, Turnbull 5 (Ullmart) 1 33, 3 Montreal, Richard 9 (Savard) 13 05, 4 Montreal Shull 8 (Gardner) 15 41, 5 Montreal Shull 9 (Gardner, Lambert) 17    18 Penally — Glenhie 9 07 Third period - 6 Montreal P Mahovhch 19 1140. 7 Toronto. Sillier 24 (Hammerstrom) 19 43 Penalties — Ullman 1127, Savard 12 06 Turnbull 16 42 ahota 0« geel by Town»    II 10 11-M MentiMl    i ia 10-11 Attendance — 16 763 DtTROIT •. CALIFORNIA 2 FInt period — 1 Detroit Jerry 9 (Dionne Redmoi J) 2 28 2 Calllor-nia McKechnle 16 (Graves) 12 20, 3 DelroM Redmond 25 (Hughes Dionne) 16 40 Penalties — Boldirev 0 4S Collins 3 24 Leach 4 20, McAneeley 17 13 aeeend perled — 4 Detroit. Libbetl 18 (Berenaon, Jor^nsionj 6 52 Penalties — Leacti 0 37 Hughes 10    38 ThM ptrted ~ S Detroit Jarry 10 (Hogaboam) 4 08,6 Calllornia McKechnie 17 (Leacti McAneeley) 14 56 7 Detroit Dionne 12 (Bailey, Roberts) 17 15, S Detroll. BalMy 9 (Roberts) 17 SI Penaiiiei — Lynch fr45 Bailey A 16 aMi on teal by CiMMnwi    • T •-» Otma    • I ia-M Attendance 10 SOi LOa ANOlUa 1, IHHNiaOTA 1 Flm PhM — 1 Minnetota. hex-tall 11 0 29, 2 Los AngeW». Ckiring 11    (Nevin) 5 19 Penaltm — aibbt 10 35 Maloney double minor. OOfien 12 07 a*w« Pwlad — 1 .LM Ang«l«>. Maloney 0 (Corrigan) 7 41. PehMliM - mnno S35. Oibb* 12 5« TMra PmM - 4 Loe An««», St Marteiiu 9 (Murpfiy. 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