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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 19, 1971 - THI UTHMIDG! HERALD - 13 All that's left of Arena is cinders Sugar King series moves to Taber By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer "There goes a million memories up in smoke/' The Lethbridge Arena, built Id 1922, fell snort of its (Oth wifveriaiy IWdny wenlng as Are destroyed it u mom 1,SM hockey fans stood ia �we at the spectacle. � Lethoridtfr agar Kings, of the Alberta Junior Hockey League, lost a home as the roof and sloes of the buikUiig feu victim to the ftames and in the prooess were forced Into a change in venue for the remainder of their best-of-seven eeml  final series with Edmonton Maple Leafs. Sugar Kings and Leafs were in the prooess of finishing the third game ia a best-of-seven series when the fire, of undetermined origin, broke out. Leafs were leading 2-1 at the time, Just 35 seconds of the third period had been played. THE ARENA'S LAST ACTION - Lethbridge Sugar Kino nefminder John Davidson makes a save on Edmonton Maple Leafs' Ron Smith In second period of Friday's Alberta Junior Hockey League semi-final action at the Lethbridge Arena. The action was the last for the Arena as fire destroyed the Lethbridge landmark, as the game's third period just got under way. Other Sugar Kings, from left to right are Joe Mutch, Fraser Robertson and Dave George. Leafs were leadng the game 2-1 when the fire broke out. Rangers can't gain ground on Bruins Flyers suffer important loss By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Sports Writer New York Rangers have been the almost-forgotten contenders as Boston Bruins have dominated the National Hockey League this season. Rangers have been pressing the Beantowners to impressive heights throughout most of the season, and solidified their posi- tion as the second-best team in the Bast Friday night with a 7-2 win over the visiting Philadelphia Flyers in. the only scheduled game. Tonight Chicago Black Hawk move into Montreal against the Canadiehs, Toronto Maple Leafs to Philadelphia, the record-laden Bruins visit Vancouver Canucks, Detroit Red Wings go against Los Angeles Kings, Buffalo Sabres are at St. Louis Blues and Minnesota North Stars go against the Penguins at Pittsburgh. , Montreal is at Pittsburgh Sun day with Toronto at New York and Buffalo at Minnesota in night games. Afternoon encounters include Detroit visiting Calm*TSEE � WHY � IT THAT PEOPLE WHO GET NfijI WALK MJUeS? AN' fbH0CKEt>�? 9MS 60, OUT OF MILES LOOKiN* F* SER.ANimm,K'*