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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, January 24, 1975 Two coaches suspended SASKATOON (CP) The Western Canada Hockey League Thursday suspended Victoria Cougar coach Pat Ginnell and Winnipeg Clubs coach Muzz McPherson for the next three games. Ginnell was also fined in what WCHL President Ed Chynoweth called some of the stiffest fines and suspensions handed out in his league. Chynoweth said Ginnell showed little or no control over his players from becom- ing involved in a brawl with the Clubs on Jan. 20. He said the fine is a result of a similar incident in Brandon the following night. If the fine is not paid by 5 p.m. on Jan. 28, the Kamloops Victoria game scheduled for that night will be cancelled, he said. McPherson was suspended for lack of control over his players in the same fight. The league also suspended Kim Clackson of Victoria Cougars for the next six games, three games, for starting a fight in Winnipeg and a further three games for what Chynoweth called an un- provoked attack on a Brandon player at the faceoff circle immediately following a Brandon goal. Jerry Rollins of Winnipeg Clubs was suspended for three games for his part in the Win- nipeg fight. Eric Sanderson of Victoria was suspended indefinitely for receiving a match penalty in the Brandon game. Darryl Sutton of Winnipeg and Lorry Gloeckner of Vic- toria were suspended for one game because they left the bench to take part in a fight. CAPP I THINK IT'S ABOUT TIME YOU IDOK'IM NHL summaries Scouts surprise Boston Bruins 3-2 Kings slam Maple Leafs 8-0 KESSINGER StGNED CHICAGO (AP) Short- stop Don Kessinger, a 10-year veteran, signed a 1975 baseball contract Thursday with Chicago Cubs. Kessinger, 32, who batted .259 last season, is the last holdover regular from the 1969 Cub team which did a famed Sep- tember swoon to blow the Na- tional League East Division pennant. By NEIL CAMPBELL The Canadian Press After years of struggling for public acceptance, Los Angeles Kings finally are fill- ing their Forum for National Hockey League games. The Kings responded to the third sellout in a row Thurs- day night by defeating Toronto Maple Leafs 8-0 in the seat arena. The win enabled the Kings to maintain a one-point lead over Montreal Canadiens in the NHL's Norris Division. Montreal beat Minnesota North Stars 7-0. The winning margin was the biggest of the year for the Kings, who have won eight of their last nine games. Before their current string of sellouts, the Kings had fill- ed the Forum on only five other occasions since they joined the league in 1967-68. The Kings are averaging fans a game for their 21 home games, up a game from last season and a game from their first year. The improved crowds could be a product of the team's winning record, but coach Bob Pulford says it is the- other way crowds are responsible for the wins. "It may sound surprising but the change in our type and number of fans is a significant factor in the change with our said Pulford. Goalie Rogie Vachon picked up his fourth shutout of the year and lowered his goals- against average to 1.90. Whitey Widing scored three Los Angeles goals. In other games, Kansas City Scouts surprised Boston Bruins 3-2, Rangers downed Atlanta Flames 5-2, Chicago Black Hawks topped New York Islanders 3-1, Philadelphia Flyers trimmed St. Louis Blues 7-2, Vancouver Canucks edged Washington Capitals 3-2, and Buffalo Sabres whipped Detroit Red Wings 5-1. Ken Dryden registered his second shutout and Glenn Sather scored two goals as the Canadiens handed the North Stars their 10th loss in a row. Peter Mahovlich and Guy Lafleur each had a goal and two assists for Montreal. The Scouts gave coach Bep Guidolin his first win against the Bruins, who he led to the Stanley Cup finals last season. Boston won the earlier games 8-2 and 6-2. Ted Irvine snapped a 2-2 tie with his 12th goal of the season early in the third period for the Rangers, who now have won 11 and tied one in their last 13 games. The, Rangers outshot Atlanta 57-24. Pit Martin assisted on Phil Russell's goal and scored one himself in the second period for the Black Hawks, who re- mained three points behind the Smythe Division-leading Canucks. The Flyers, extending their victory streak to five games, tagged St. Louis goalie John Davidson for three goals on their first seven shots. Reg Leach had two Philadelphia goals. The Canucks snapped a nine-game losing streak when Don Lever scored at of the third period to break a 2-2 tie. Washington's winless streak was extended to 16 games. The Capitals now have a 3-39-5 record. Rick Dudley's sixth goal in six games and his 20th of the season broke a 1-1 tie for the Sabres, who registered their fifth win in a row to equal their longest winning streak of the season. Goalie Roger Crozier foiled Detroit's Pierre Jarry on a penalty shot late in the final period. Heavy ice didn't hurt By The CANADIAN PRESS The heavy ice at the Coliseum in Edmonton failed to slow down two of the smallest Oilers in a World Hockey Association game Thursday night. Rookie Mike Rogers and Ron Climie combined with Blair MacDonald, their slight- ly larger linemate, to score six goals in a 7-3 win over Win- nipeg Jets before a crowd of The ice, not properly pre- pared after a recent appear- ance by a skating troupe, didn't stop the speedy players from roaming freely in front of Winnipeg goalie Joe Daley. MacDonald, who weighs 180 pounds, had three goals, Ro- gers, 160, two and Climie, 165, one. Each player had five points. Bobby Hull scored twice for the Jets, raising his season total to 41. The loss left Winnipeg in the cellar of the five-team Cana- dian Division while the third- place Oilers moved within four points of second-place Toronto Toros. In other games, In- dianapolis Racers upset Chicago Cougars 4-2, Quebec Nordiques stopped Cleveland Crusaders 5-3, and San Diego Mariners trounced Vancouver Blazers 6-1. Two goals each by Jim Harrison and Al McDonough paced the Crusaders before a Quebec crowd of snapping a nine-game Nordi- que winning streak. Cleveland goaltender Bob Whidden stopped 41 of 44 Que- bec drives. LOS ANGELES I TORONTO 0 Flrtt 'Pvrlod 1. Los Angeles, Goring 14 (Maloney, Nevln) Penally Sabourln T Stcond Ptrlod 2.'los Angeles, Williams 16 (Carr, Harper) 3. Los Angeles, Widing 17 (Berry, Komatfoskl) 4. Los Angeles, Kornadoskl 2 (Williams, Corriganj Penalties Maloney LA Selling T Third Period 5. Los Angeles, Maloney 16 (Goring, Nevln) 6. Los Angelas, Corrlgan 9 (St. Marseille) 7. Los Angeles, Wldlnj 18 (Kornadoskl) 8. Los Angeles. Widing 19 (Corrlgan. Goring) Penalties Thompson Corrlgan Ferguson Shots on goal by Toronto 10 7 Los Angeles 11 9 BUFFALO 5 DETROIT 1 Pint period: 1. Detroit, Dlonne 25 (Lochead, Glroux) 2. Buffalo, Spencer 9 (Korab. Dudley) Penalties None. Second period: 3. Buffalo. Dudley 4. Buffalo. Luce 23 (Ramsay) 5. Buffalo, Lorentz 11 {Martin, Gare) Penalties Hamel Nowak, Korab (majors) Spencer Dlonne Third period: 6. Buffalo, Gare Luce) Penalties Carriere, Roberto Korab Shots on goal by Detroit 10 8 9-27 Buffalo 14 16 Attendance 15.863. PHILADELPHIA 7 ST. LOUIS 2 First period: 1. Philadelphia, Schultz 5 (Kindrachuk) 2. Philadelphia, Barber 18 (Leach, Clarke) 3. Philadelphia. Lonsberry 13 (Jim Watson, Dornhoefer) Penalties Clarke Van Impe Barclay, Plager Schultz, Wilson Second period: 4. Philadelphia, Leach 22 (Jim Watson) 5. St. Louis, Plante 17 (Berenson, Hess) Penalties Hess Du- pont Third pwiod: 6. Philadelphia, Du- pont 6 (Barber, Clarke) 7. Philadelphia, Maclelsh 17 (Dornhoefer) 7. St. Louis, Bailey 14 (Hess, Berenson) 9. Philadelphia, Leach 23 (Kindrachuk, Clement) Penalty Macleish Shots on goal by Philadelphia 10 18 St. Louis 9 10 Attendance KANSAS CITY 3 BOSTON 2 Pint period: 1. Boston, Orr 26, 2. Kansas City, Rota 9 (Dube, Lemieux) Penalty Palement Second period: 3. Kansas City. Gilbert 13 (Fowls, Hughes) 4. Kansas City, Croteau 2 (Hudson, Gilbert) Penalties Orr Croteau Third period: 5. Boston. Bucyk 20 (Sheppard, O'Reilly) Penalties None. Shots on goal by Kansas City 57 Boston 18 6 Attendance RANGERS 9 ATLANTA 2 First Ptrlod: 1. Atlanta, Comeau 1 (Glbbs) Penalties Price Qulrin Polls Stcond Ptrlod: 2. Atlanta, Lyslak 12 (Loiter, Manery) 3, NY Rangers, Tkaczuk 5, 4. NY Rangers, Gilbert 25 (Ratelle, Vlckers) Penalties Price Gilbert Glbbs Ralelle Third Ptrlod: 5. NY Rangers, Irvine 12 (Butler, Slemkowskl) 6. NY Rangers, Polls 11 (Beverly) 7. NY Rangers. Matelle 20 (Gilbert, Marotte) Penalty Polls Shots on goal by Atlanta 7 7 NY Rangers 19 24 14-57 Attendance 17.600. VANCOUVER 3 WASHINGTON 2 Flrtl Period: 1. Vancouver, Boddy 8 (Lalonde, Demarco) 2. Washington, Marson 10 (Bioom, Brooks) .Panaltlep Kearns Brooks Lesuk Robitaille Second Period! 3. Washington, Bloom 4 (Marson, Dupere) Penalties Carlick Bloom (minor, misconduct) Third Vancouver, Demarco 8 (Robilaille, Boudrias) 5. Vancouver, Lever 19 (Pratt, Boudrias) Penalties Pratt Dupere Labre Shots on goal by Vancouver 13 13 Washington 12 8. Attendance 8.950. CHICAGO 3 NY ISLANDERS 1 First Period: 1. NY Islanders. Drouln 7 Potvln. D. Potvln) Penalties Gillies Magnuson Redmond Hart Stcond Period: 2. Chicago, Boldlrev 14 (Marks, Magnuson) 3. Chicago, Russell 2 (Mlklta, Martin) 4. Chicago. Martin 8. Penalties Boldlrev Howall MacMlllan Redmond J. Polvln Third Ptrlod: No scoring. Penalties Chicago bench (served by Mulvey) Hp.rris Pappln Koroll Magnuson, Howatt Hart Shots on got! by NY Islanders 9 11 Chicago 10 8 Attendance 13.500. MONTREAL 7 MINNESOTA 0 First Period: 1. Montreal. Shut! 17 (Mahovllch, Savard) Penalties Wilson Reid Galnev Second Period: 2. Montreal, Sather 2, Penalties Hickey Awrey Reid Risebrough Lapolnte Third Period: 3. Montreal, Mahovlich 20, 4. Montreal. Lafleur 34 (Mahovlich, Robinson) 5. Montreal; Robinson 8 (Cour- noyer. Lambert) 6. Montreal, Savard 10 (Shutt, Lafleur) 7. Montreal. Sather 3 (Lernalre, Lafleur) Penalties O'Brien .Ahrens, Risebrough (minors, majors) Shots on goal by Montreal 6 10 Minnesota 13 11 Attendance Stags now Blades BALTIMORE (AP) -After two earlier attempts failed, a financially troubled World Hockey Association team has finally landed in Baltimore. WHA and city officials said Thursday the league will shift Michigan Stags from Detroit to Baltimore, where they will become the Blades. In Detroit, the Stags were plagued by poor crowds and high operating expenses. The team will play its first game as the Blades in Cleve- land Saturday, Murphy said. Three road games they will play their Baltimore opener Feb. 2 against Houston Aeros. The Blades replace Baltimore Clippers, an American Hockey League club that represented the city for 13 years. Zanvyl Krieger, the Clippers' board chairman, announced earlier Thursday that the AHL club had folded. The Clippers often drew fewer than fans for home games in the seat Civic Centre this season. WHA president Dennis Mur- phy said the league was talk- ing to several private groups who might operate the Blades next season. He said a new ownership group should be ready by the end of the current campaign.. Meanwhile, a spokesman for the AHL said league of- ficials would meet today and discuss the remainder of the schedule. The last time a team dropped out of the AHL in midseason, the spokesman said, the entire AHL schedule for the remainder of that year was revised. The Clippers' refusal to relinquish their exclusive rights to the Civic Centre ice had blocked two earlier attempts to bring WHA teams to the city. WHA officials tried unsuc- cessfully last season to switch New York Golden Blades to Baltimore. KEY REALTY INSURANCE 1524-9th Ave. 8. 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