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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, March 3, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 8 Women's team triumphs TIDEY PUSHES HOME PERFECT PASS FROM GREG WOODS Scores four times in 6-3 Bronco win Tidey cleans up Kings By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer Alec Tidey provided the spark in an otherwise sputtering engine Sunday night and the Lethbridge Broncos came out 6 3 winners over the Edmonton Oil Kings. Tidey rammed home four goals, three of them' in the third period, giving the fans at the Sportsplex something to cheer about after a lack lustre first two periods. The Oil Kings gave indications in the opening minutes of the first period that they intended to blow the Broncos right out of their own rink, but they seemed to go flat as the game progress- ed and the fans had little to cheer about until Tidey's heroics in the third period. While Tidey was performing his offensive heroics Glenn Anweiler was standing the Oil Kings on their collective ears defensively: "I decided to go with Glen in goal tonight because Rollie has been playing a lot lately and we haven't been winning, so I thought a change might do us Bronco coach Earl Ingar- field stated. "Glenn has played well for us when we've used him and tonight was no exception. He was shakey in the first period but that was due to lack of playing time. Once he got into the game he was great." Anweiler came up with 28 saves during the game, many of them point blank shots. He was particularly sharp while the Broncos were killing a penalty to Wade Smith in the second period. Oil Kings opened the scoring at the one minute mark when Robin Sadler connected with a slapshot to the right of Anweiler. Four minutes later Tony Currie took advantage of the fact that Broncos' John Lutz was in the penalty box and he beat a sprawling Anweiler to give the Kings a 2 0 lead. One of the fanciest, and most popular goals of the night, came at the mark when big Archie Henderson skated the length of the ice, swooped in front of the King net and beat Doug Soetaert with a shot to the lower left hand corner. Tidey scored his first goal only seconds after the second period got under way. He picked up the puck in his own end and bolted up the ice unmolested, beating Soetaert with a shot from close in. Paul Mulvey gave the Oil Kings a 3 2 lead on a power play goal after he drilled home a rebound off Rocky Maze's original shot. John Lutz spotted Jerry Bancks in the slot at the mark of the period, hit him with a perfect pass and Bancks made no mistake, giving the Broncos a 3 3 tie at the end of two. The third period was all Tidey. His second and what proved to be winning goal, gave the Broncos the lead 4 3 as he slapped the puck into the open net as Soetaert was sprawled to the side after making the initial stop on Greg Woods. Number three was the result of a perfect pass from Woods. Woods and Tidey had a two on one break with Woods carrying the puck. He pulled the defenceman over and Soetaert followed, anticipating the shot. Woods gently slid the puck to Tidey who was standing at the top of the crease in front of the gaping net. He simply had to push it in. Tidey's final goal of the game was a wrist shot from the faceoff circle which he made no mistake on. And as a result, after a shaky start the Broncos stormed back to win 6 3. Ingarfield was pleased with his club's play in the third period and was happy with the win. "The boys realized that they had to do something or they were going to blow it. Maybe the Brandon score gave them a bit of incentive, but they came out shooting. They fired 20 shots in that third period." The Bronco win, coupled with Brandon's 8 4 victory over Medicine Hat, leaves the Lethbridge club one point up in the race for second spot. High scoring Bryan Trottier, who is tied for the WCJHL scoring leadership with Victoria's Mel Bridgman, failed to pick up a point in the game. LOOSE PUCKS There was only one sign in the Sportsplex for the game but it was a dandy "Let's trade Ed- monton for Fernie" was its message Bancks' goal came seconds after Brian Suiter failed to lift the puck over the out- stretched arm of Soetaert... its ironic how fans react... Tidey got a nice hand after he scored his fourth goal of the game but it was nothing compared to the partial standing ovation Henderson got after he scored his third goal of the season Soetaert provided the laugh of the game as he slid by the seat of his pants from the blueline to his bench after he tripped racing for the bench on a delayed penalty Wade Smith took some time while sitting in the penalty box to sign autographs Broncos' Riiss Hall made a great play in the third period when he grabbed the puck just as it was about to slide over the goal line after a goal mouth scramble Earl Ingarfield was as pleased with Henderson's goal as Archie was himself... the three stars were Tidey, Anweiler and Sadler. WCHL summaries TIDEY SHOWS WOODS HIS FOUR GOALS Rqlitir ROW for tin LitbbrMgi md District Ski Club SKIBUSTOKIMBERLEY MARCH and Included In packcgt Lift ticket) for Saturday (day and night) and Sunday Breakfast Saturday and Sunday, Dinner on Saturday Accommodation in Klmberley Cabaret Saturday Night Bui Fare REGISTER AT THE 80T8CHNA SKI HAUS SUNDAY BRONCOS 6 EDMONTON 3 Firil Edmonton, Sadler (Perkins. Maze) 2. Edmonton, Currie (Phillips, Will) 3. Lethbridge, Henderson (Anweiler, Smith) Penalties Babych E, Bucyk L Lutz L Maze E Babych E Second Period: 4. Lethbridge, Tidey (Bucyk. Lutz) 5. Edmon- ton. Mulvey (Sadler, Maze) 6. Lethbridge, Bancks (Lutz, Sutler) Penalties Smith L Olson E Third Period: 7. Lelhbridge, Tidey (Woods) 8. Lethbridge, Tidey (Woods. Bucyk) 9. Lethbridge, Tidey (Woods) Penalties Perkins E Peterson E. Smith L Sholi on goal by: Edmonton 10 12 Lethbridge 9 11 Goal Soetaerl, Edmonton: Anweiler, Lelhbridge. Attendance REGINA E CALGARY 3 Firil Period: 1. Cilgary, Ashby (D. McLean. Hodgson) 2. Regina, J. Minor (Tudor, Faulkner) 3. Calgary. Neeld (Lestander. Ashby; 4. Regina, Dumba (Grauer, Wapple) Penalties Wirachowsky R, Fynn C Harazny R Lalonde C Stcond Period: 5. Calgary. Hodgson 6. Regina, Dumba (Wapple) 7. Regina, Faulkner (Harazny, Slaniowski) 8. Regina. G. Minor (Callanden Tidball) Penallles Wirachowsky H, Joly R, Fynn C Tidball R Wirachowsky R. Fynn C (majors) Fynn Harazny Third Period: 9. Regina, Faulkner (Dumba, J. Minor) Penalties Fynn C Tudor R, Hodgson C J. Minor R Mllford C Shot! on goal by: Regina 19 15 16-50 Calgary 12 11 Goal Slanlowski, Regina; Mendrlck. Cilgary. Attendance NEW WEST 3 FLIN FLON 0 Flnl Period: 1. New Westminster, Berry (Cameron. Lotthouw) Penalties Beck NW (double Balllngall FF (double minor) Swanson FF Phillipoff NW Cameron NW Second Period: 2. New West- minster. ShlnsKe (Flepk) Penalties Kehoe FF Fleming Scnamehorn NW Marlnos FF (misconduct) Secord NW Third 3. New Westminster, Phllllpoll (Cimeron, tollhouse) Renames Dorman FF Secord NW Loflhouse NW Pachall NW, Williams FF (ma- Ion) Shall en by: Flln Flon 8 7 New Weslmlniler 17 8 10-35 Goal Swanson, Flln Flon; Sax- Ion, New Westminster, Attendance BRANDON 8 MEDICINE HAT 4 Firit Period: 1. Medicine Hat, Dean (Maxwell) 2. Brandon, Murray (Anderson. Bonar) 3..Brandon, Spring (Sloughton, Mulletl) 4. Brandon. Bradbury (Murray, Boner) 5. Brandon, Blight (Anderson) 6. Brandbn, Bradbury (McMullin, Piche) 7. Medicine Hal, Vaydik (Vaughan, Dean) Penallles Bertram MH Plche B Maxwell MH Soelart B Second Period: 8. Medicine Hal, Murdoch (Lukowicn, Lane) 9. Brandon. Blight (Stevens, Kaluznlak) 10 Brandon, Stoughton 11. Brandon, Spring (Blight, McMullin) Penalties None. Third Period: 12. Medicine Hat, Bertram (Murdoch, Maxwell) Penalties Bean MH Stoughton B Mullet) B Shots on gojil Medicine Hat 11 12 Brandon 22 15 Goal Holland, Ferwell. Medicine Hal; Hanlon, Brandon. Attendance SATURDAY VICTORIA 4 FLIN FLON 3 First Period: 1. Flin Flon. Kunlz (B. Davidson, McBill) Penalties Balllngall FF. Morris v (double minors) Fleming FF, Bridgman V Fleming FF Hill V Ballingall FF Second Period: No scoring. Penallles Gustarspn V Lapoinle V Balllngall FF Gloeckner V Third Period: 2. Victoria, Gloeckner (Williams, Cairns) 3. Victoria, Bridgman (Morris, Lucas) 4. Flin Flon, B. Davidson (Kuntz, Williams) 5. Victoria, Gustation (Culms. Lapoinle) 6. Flin Flon, M. Davidson (B. Davidson) 7. Victoria, Sanderson (Hill, Martin) Penalties Williams V Fleming FF Shots on goal by: Flln Flon 7 9 Victoria 16 14 Goal Rldeoul, Flln Flon; Leslie, Victoria. Attendance MEDICINE HAT a EDMONTON 2 Flnl Period: 1. Medicine Hal, Vaydik (Dean, Bertram) 2. Medicine Hal, Vaydik (Bertram, Max- well) Penalties Olson E Phillips E Currie E Max- well MH, Mulvey E Second Period: 3. Edmonton. Olson (Will) 4. Medicine Hal, Murdoch (Bast, Lukowlch) Penalties Lukowlch MH, Durrand MH Mulvey E Sanche MH Phillips E Ray MH Third Period: 5. Medicine Hat. Lukowich (Murdoch, Bast) 6. Edmonton, Peterson (Mulvey) 7. Medicine Hal, Vaydik (Dean) 8. Medicine Hat, Bertram Sanche) Penallles None. Ihoft on by: Edmonton 7 9 11-27 Medicine Hat 11 II Goal SotlMft, Farwell, MM. Violin! again sparks locals Make no mistake about it, when Dianne Violini is hot there is no five pin bowler, man or woman, who is going lo stay with the talented Lethbridge trundler. Violini was hot Saturday as she averaged 290 for her first eight games leading the way as the Southern Alberta women's team earned a berth in the Western Canada and World rolloffs in Calgary at Easter. With Violini leading the Hadfield scored winner By THE CANADIAN PRESS It seemed only natural that Vic Hadfield would be wear- ing a sly smile after scoring the winning goal against his former New York Rangers' team-mates Sunday night. Hadfield's second goal o'f the game and 24th of the season with remaining snapped a 6-6 tie and led Pitt- Weekend scorers SUNDAY Chicago 2 at Boston 6 Chicago Martin, Mikita; Boston Sheppard 2, Forbes, Cashman, Nowak, O'Reilly. Toronto 5 at Detroit 4 Toronto Flett, Thompson, McDonald, Hammarstrom, Dunn; Detroit Dionne, Bergeron, Korney, Jarry. New York Islanders 3 at Buf- falo 3 New York Islanders Gilles, Westfall, St. Laurent; Buffalo Luce, Martin, Stan- field. Kansas City 0 at Atlanta 4 Atlanta Bennett 2, Vail, Richard. St. Louis 2 at Philadelphia 4 St. Louis Palazzari, Sacharuk; Philadelphia Leach 2, Barber, Goodenough. Pittsburgh 8 at New York Rangers 6 Pittsburgh Pronovsot 2, Hadfield 2, Schock, Lafram- boise, Morrison, Arnason; New York Rangers Polis 3, Sanderson, Ratelle, Irvine. Vancouver 7 at Washington 3 Vancouver Ververgaert Bordeleau, Boudrias, Rochefort, Oddleifson; Washington Lalonde, Gryp, Anderson. SATURDAY California 1 at New York Islanders 6 California Gardner; New York Islanders Nystrom 2, D. Polvin, Henning, Westfall, Gillies Kansas City 0 at Philadelphia 3 Philadelphia Dupont, Crisp, MacLeish. Buffalo 2 at Detroit 3 Buffalo Guevremont, Robert; Detroit Dionne, Grant, Libett. St. Louis 4 at Montreal 3 St. Louis Plante, Palazzari, Larose, Sacharuk; Montreal Cournoyer, tremblay, Lambert. Washington 4 at Toronto 5 Washington Gilbertson 2, Fullan, Pyalt; Toronto Sittler 2, Ferguson 2, Keon. Vancouver 3 at Pittsburgh 7 Vancouver Lever, Lalonde, O'Flaherty; Pitt- sburgh Paradise, Kehoe, Hadfield, Campbell, Pronovost, MacDonald, Laframboise. Minnesota 4 at Los Angeles .7 Minnesota Hextall, Grat- ton, Oliver, Rombough; Los Angeles Goring 4, Williams, Berry, Kannegiesser. Wheat Kings remain close By THE CANADIAN PRESS Gord Laxton recorded his third shutout of the season Sunday as New Westminster Bruins defeated the visiting Flin Flon Bombers 3-0 in Western Canada Hockey League play before fans. In other WCHL action Sun- day, Regina Pats downed Cal- gary Centennials 6-3 and Brandon Wheat Kings defeated Medicine Hat Tigers 8-4. In New Westminster, Fred Berry, Rick Shinske and Harold Phillipoff scored for the. Bruins, who scored once in each period and outshot Flin Flon 35-20. The Pats won their game in spite of a 2-2 tie after the first period and a 3-2 lead for the Centennials early in the second. Rookie Alan Dumba and Dave Faulkner paced the Pats with two goals each, while Kim Minor and rookie Gerrard Minor added singles. Don Ashby scored once for Calgary and drew assists on goals by Greg Neeld and Rick Hodgson. The Pats outshot the Centennials 50-30. In Brandon, Rick Blight, Derek Spring and Mike Brad- bury scored two goals each while Doug Murray and Gerald Stoughton added singles for the Wheat Kings, who had leads of 5-2 and 8-3 at the period breaks. Barry Dean, Greg Vaydik, Don Murdoch and Jim Bertram accounted for Medicine Hat scoring. Brandon goaltender Glen Hanlon blocked 38 shots, 18 in the final period. Ken Holland started in the nets for Medicine Hat but was replac- ed at of the first period after allowing three goals while stopping nine shots. GET 144.49 MILLION WASHINGTON. (AP) Ma- jor league baseball will get a record (44.49 million in 1975 from the sale of its broadcast rights, Magazine reports. sburgh Penguins to an 8-6 National Hockey League triumph over the Rangers at New York. Hadfield, former Rangers captain, was unhappy when Rangers' general manager Emile (The Cat) Francis dumped him in an off-season deal last year. "The Cat said I couldn't make his Hadfield said. "Maybe that showed him I still had something left." In other NHL games Sun- day, Boston Bruins beat Chicago Black Hawks 6-2, Vancouver Canucks defeated Washington Capitals 7-3, Toronto Maple Leafs edged Detroit Red Wings 5-1, Atlanta Flames blanked Kan- sas City Scouts 4-0, Phila- delphia Flyers beat St. Louis Blues 4-2 and New .York Islander tied Buffalo Sabres 3- 3. MONTREAL UPSET Saturday, St Louis upset Montreal Canadiens 4-3, Detroit upset Buffalo 3-2, Toronto beat Washington 5-4, Los Angeles Kings whipped Minnesota North Stars 7-4, Pittsburgh beat Vancouver 7- 3, Philadelphia defeated Kan- sas City 3-0 and the Islanders beat California Seals 6-1. Minnesota -Fighting Saints, in a stiff battle to remain in position, for a World Hockey Association playoff berth, like to point out that theirs is a team effort all the way. "We are relying on each other and it's said coach Harry Neale after the Saints beat Toronto Toros 5-3 Sunday night. To back up his statement, Neale had only to point out the work of defencemen Terry Ball and Rick Smith, who in addition to their blue line duties, picked up a total of seven assists in two weekend games. Ball helped set up four goals and Smith three in those two matches which also included a 4-1 win over Quebec Nordi- ques Saturday night. In other WHA games Sun- day, New England Whalers beat Vancouver Blazers 4-1, Houston Aeros defeated In- dianapolis Racers 4-3 in sudden-death overtime, Phoenix Roadrunners blanked Chicago Cougars 5-0, Ed- monton Oilers beat Balti- more Blades 7-2 and San Diego Mariners and Winnipeg Jets skated to a 4-4 overtime tie. Saturday, Phoenix whipped Indianapolis 12-2, Houston beat Chicago 4-2 and Cleveland Crusaders and New England tied 4-4. way the south gals were almost pins better than runner up Calgary. Southern Alberta came up with an aggregate score of as compared to for Calgary. Edmonton was third at 13.030. Violini, who finished with a personal score of for 12 games, averaged 272 for the weekend rolloff. Included in her score were games of 271, 277, 245, 321, 289, 308, 254, 263, 230 and 207. Completing the team were Lyndell Brekko of Medicine Hat, the only other women to bowl all 12 games. Brekko had a pinfall for a 256 average. Her top score was 331. Sandra Hunt of Lethbridge hit for for a 250 average with a high of 284. Anita Robinson of Pincher Creek scored 220 and a high of 317; Linda Malcomson of Lethbridge scored and a high of 285; Isobel Bergman was for a 201 average and a high of 213. The Southern Alberta men's team finished second as they staged a late drive that fell just short. Edmonton won the men's ti- tle but not before receiving a scare from the south. Ed- monton finished with a total while the south scored In their second last game the south team picked up 321 pins with a team score of with five bowlers. John Rempel led the men with a score on an average of 255. His games were 244, 334, 279, 216, 237, 207, 234, 314, 212, 214, 279 and 292. Rounding out the men's team with their score, average and high single were Les Dyke 246 and a high game of 290; Ken Malcomson, 240 and 296; Reg Arnold 234 and 386; Ken King 233 and 298; Bill Billings 213 and 256. Arnold's 386 single was the highest in' the two days of competition. Southern Alberta's mixed team was fourth. Tom Baker paced the mixed team with a score. His average was 25G while his high single was a 322. In open singles Merle Ar- nold of Medicine Hai was the runner up to Northern Alber- ta's representative. She plac- ed third overall but came back to win in the semi final 782- 754 but lost in the five-game final In the Classic event the mix- ed team was third behind Central and Northern Alberta. The mixed team, sparked by Helen Redelback of Brooks, finished with a score of Centra] Alberta had a while Northern Alberta was second with a Redelback scored for a 207 average. Her high game was a 289. 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