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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Guidolin feels his Scouts will be respectable early MONTREAL (CP) Bep Guidolin, who left Boston Bruins to coach the new Na- tional Hockey League franchise in Kansas City, has the idea the Scouts are going to be respectable in their division. lie may be right, because the Scouts have been placed in the weakest of the four new divisions that start with the 1974-75 season. Kansas City will be grouped with Chicago Black Hawks. St. Louis Blues, I WANT TO J I'M A WHAT'S THE HONEYMOON FirO VOLi'VS MARRIED E_SE, ANYWAY TAKE NO SOTIC-, Death knell sounds loudly as WHL folds its operations MONTREAL (CP) The National Hockey League has two new teams today and Boston Bruins still are without a coach. Don Cherry, general man- ager-coach of Rochester Americans in the American Hockey League the last 2'-z seasons, appeared to be the top candidate for the Boston coaching position. Clarence Campbell. NHL president, said Wednesday the league's board of governors has agreed to grant conditional franchises to Denver and Seattle, while rejecting a bid from a third Western Hockey League Diego The two new entries will pay S6 million each for their franchises and will join the league for the 1976-77 season to make the NHL a balanced Kusv weekend (it Lake Hudson wins it For Doug Hudson, it was the first golf tournament he had ever won. For the 80 entries in the Lethbridge Brewery High Handicap tourney, it was an all round great day. Hudson, a 26-handicapper. emerged with the Brewery Trophy as he finished the 18- hole. one-day event with a net score of 63 and bested the field of 80 shotmakers. all of whom have a 15 handicap or better. On the low gross side of play- Terry Steen fired an excellent 85 to win the honors. In other flights John Kisenbarth won the low net and Ted Berlando low gross in the first: Joe Hunge won low net in the second with Van Van Orman taking home low gross honors: in the third flight. Bob Coutts won low net and Tony Bogusky low gross while in the fourth and final flight Jack King and Miles Maughan shared the honors. King won low net while Maughan won low gross. Meanwhile, the Henderson Lake Lake Coif Club will be a busy place this weekend. Saturday night will mark the first Mixed Twilight tourney commencing at There will be eight players to a team with the man driving from each tee and then alternating shots. The nine hole event is open to members and guests and there will be prizes allotted for various achievements. A buffet supper will follow at seven with dancing at nine. Sunday. Father's Day. will see the annual Father-Son tourney held. Entries for the event can be made at the Pro Shop. Golf league Lakeside women Low net Lorraine Nelson. Kayo's Apparel 35. Low gross Lorraine Nelson, Faye's Apparel 53. Low team net Faye's Apparel. Joyce Sexsmith. Fran Muloch. Leone Wolosyn. Lorraine Nelson 166. STANDINGS four-division. 20-team entity. The franchise fee will be paid in stages. He made the announcement after conducting an expansion draft to stock Kansas City Scouts and Washington Capitals with players. Washington and Kansas City join the league this fall. Meanwhile. Cherry said there were several details to work out with Rochester before he could decide whether to coach the Bruins. The coaching job became vacant when Bep Guidolin resigned May 27 following the Bruins" Stanley Cup loss to Philadelphia Flyers. Guidolin later signed to coach the new Kansas City entry. Campbell said the acceptance of Denver and Seattle was contingent on the successful bidders having buildings that meet NHL requirements. As for San Diego, the city-owned arena there recently was leased to a rival World Hockey Association team, leaving the (lulls without a place to play. In a separate statement, the said that because of the inability of the Gulls to acquire playing dates in San Diego, the WHL had voted to suspend operations. The active members. Seattle. Denver. Salt Lake Ciiv and Phoenix, will join the Central Hockey League next season. They will be considered on a leave of absence, with the retaining control of their territorial rights. The WHL Portland franchise, controlled by the league, will not operate. Ivan Mullenix of Denver and Vincent Abbey of Seattle oper- ated WHL teams in their re- suc'-iive cities before obtaining their NHL iranchises. Minnesota North Stars and Vancouver Canucks, and of that group only Chicago made it to the Stanley Cup playoffs last season. Washington Capitals, the other new club, will be in a di- vision with Montreal Canudiens. Detroit Red Los Angeles Kings and Pittsburgh Penguins. Even if the Capitals had drafted a good team in the expansion draft Wednesday, it's unlikely they would have much of a chance of finishing any higher than fifth in their five-team di- vision. But neither the Capitals nor the Scouts drafted what could be considered a good team. The 22 skaters selected by the Capitals had 40 goals among them in NHL play last season. The Scouts fared a little their total was 79 goals. 19 of them belonging to first-round pick Simon Nolet, who toiled for Philadelphia Fivers. Washington's first pick was Dave Kryskow. a left winger who managed seven goals for Chicago in 1973-74. Other selections by the Capitals included right winger Jack Egers. who had one goal last season for St. Louis and New- York Rangers, left winger Denis Dupere. an eight-goal man for Toronto Maple Leafs, and defenceman Yvon Labre from Pittsburgh. Among picks by the Scouts were John Wright, a fourth- line centre with the Blues. Butch Deadmarsh. a six-goal man for Atlanta Flames, and defenceman Brent Hughes from Detroit. "I know some of the guys we've got." Guidolin said. I've seen Deadmarsh and Nolet and Croteau and Hughes. I've seen our two goalies. Michel Plasse and Peter McDuffe from time to time." The Capitals netminding choices were Ron Low from the Maple Leafs and Michel Belhurneur from Philadelphia. Considering the fact the Scouts and the Capitals had to shell out S6 million for the dubious honor of drafting the discards from the other 16 clubs, perhaps they deserve a bit more than they got Wednesday, which was little. BOUCHARD SIGNS In other developments, defenceman Pierre Bouchard signed a multi-year contract with Montreal and the Canadians also signed Rick Chartraw. their second pick in last month's secret amateur draft. Chartraw. a defenceman. played with Kitchener Rangers of the Ontario Hockey Association Major Junior A series. Buffalo Sabres announced the signing of Michel Deziel. a top scorer with Sorel Black Hawks of the Quebec Major Junior A Hockey League. Detroit announced it had come to terms with forward Bill Lot-head of Oshawa Generals, their top choice in the amateur draft, and the Blues signed Gord Buynak. their No. 2 pick in the amateur proceedings. Andre Boudrias signed a three-year contract with Van- couver Canucks and the Islanders announced .that goaltenders Don Cults and Bill Hughes and forward Clark Gillies, their first choice in the amateur draft, had signed with the team. 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