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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wtdn.ldgy, March 14. 1973 -THE lETHBRlDGE HERAID 13 Islanders blanked by Bruins Blues hurt Buffalo chances By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer Boston Bruins have, in recent weeks, tightened up their defen- sive play and consequently their battle with New York Rangers for second place in the National Hockey League's East Division race. The defending Stanley Cup champions used the helpless New York Islanders to empha- size their latest trend-setting .program Tuesday night, allow- ing only 22 shots to get through to goaltender Ed Johnson en- route to a 3-0 victory. It moved the Bruins to within two points of the second-place Hangers. Each has nine games remaining in the 78-gsme sea- son and a second-place finish rewards home-ice advantage.in the best-of-seven quarter-final. In other contests Tuesday, both vital in the late run for a post-season berth, Jacques Ca- ron combined stand-up goal- tending, and fortunate luck to lead St. Louis Blues past Buf- falo Sabres, 2-0, and Los Ange- les Kings and Minnesota North Stars tied 2-2 at Minneapolis. SABRES FADING The loss diminished Buffalo's playoff hopes. It was Sabres fourth loss in five games anc left them one point behind fourth-place Detroit Red Wing in the East. The Wings, with 1 games remaining, have a gam in hand. The Kings-Stars tie left Lo Angeles with 67 points, ihre behind fourth-place St. Loui and Minnesota, with 75 points one behind second-place Phil a delphia Flyers in tlie West race With the Sabres idle tonigh Detroit has an opportunity t pad its standing at honi against East Division-leading Montreal Canadiens. Elsewhere, Philadelphia visits Toronto Maple Leafs, the Rangers are at Chicago Black Hawks, St. Louis at Atlanta Flames, Vancouver Canucks at California Golden Seals and Pittsburgh Penguins at Los An- geles. While Johnston was keeping his poise at the Boston end of the ice, with first-period offence from Wayne Cashman and Ken Hodge, Islanders' goalie Billy Smith was losing his as the! Islanders continued to produce futility marks. Fred O'Domtell's break-away goal late in the game was the 321st scored on the fledgling team this season, surpassing NHL record established by the Seals in 1970-71, also in a 78- game schedule, Smith picked up a minor pen- BOSTON S N.Y. ISLANDERS 0 First Period Boslon, Cashrnin V, (Hodge, Esposllo) fclfc S. Boston, Hodoe 33 (Esposlto, Stmfleld) Ptnsltles Sinderton MIBal- Smith orr Second No Korlnp. Pin- tles Gagnon On, How.tt Third Period 3. Boston, O'Don- el a (Bucyk) Cook :08. shall on goal liy oslon slanders MINNESOTA J LOS First Puled 1. Mlnnesola. Har Ft 20 (Grant, Olbta) 2. Los noelM, Maloiwy IS (eernler olle) Penalties Aarotta Second Period 3. Los- J Harper Prentice ally in the first period, giving lim 42 minutes for the season, one more than Al Smith amassed in establishing the pre- vious mark while tending goal For Pittsburgh in 1970-71. Caron had more than his share of luck in St. Louis where lie Sabres several times con- trolled the play in front of the St. Mirseme 14 (Venasky) Pen- allies Parlse Kextall Glbbs Third Period 4- Minnesota, Pren- tice 2i [Oliver) None, Slut ton soal by Los Anseles........ 1! Mlnntsata ST. LOUIS 1, BUFFALO First Period No scoring. Penal- lies _ Gralton Second Period 1. SI. Lools, Rotj. Erto 18 (Evans, Dob Plager) PefiaHles Bulfalo bench Evans Third Period 3. St. Louis, Tlioit son 13 (D. o'Shea, Roterfo Penalties Thomson Pratt shoti on goal by Buflito........... S St. Louis........... S IS ANDY CAPP ALL CASK'S TO YVORSHIP IN OWN WAV AN' MAKE ME BO iues' net and twice had shots .verted by goalposts. Phil Roberto, returned to ght wing for the game, got an issist from team-mate Danny Shea who rode Buffalo defen- eman Tracey Pratt off the uck and the strapping forward wooped in to blister a shot past oaltender Roger Crozier in the nal minute of the second pe- lod. O'Shea didn't get any credit n the scoring of the goal, but >e did on the insurance score jy Floyd Thomson, a close-in drive that secured Caron's shut- ut with about five minutes left n the game. Veteran Dean Prentice's 23rd joal of the season at of the hird period salvaged the tie for Buster Harvey opened the gameV scoring for he Stars early in the game but ;wo recent Los Angeles acquisl- ions gave the visitors a tem- porary lead. Dan Maloney, ex-Chicago, matched Harvey's first-period score and Frank St. Marseille, ex-St. Lquis, provided the go- ahead goal at of the middle pe.'iod. New England Whalers moved alone into first place in the World Hockey Association's Eastern Division Tuesday night jn the strength of light-scoring defenceman Jim Dorey's over- .ime goal and assistance from Alberta Oilers. Dorey's fifth goal of the year, through a maze of players at of sudden-death overtime, lifted the Whalers to a 4-3 win over the Chicago Cougars while Alberta Oilers kept their slim playoff hopes in the Western Division alive with a 4-2 victory over Cleveland Crusaders. The Whalers, with 80 points, hold a two-paint lead in their topsy-turvy race with Cleveland for the Eastern lead. Philadelphia Blazers, a dis- !ant third in the east, edged Houston Aeros 4-3 and Ottawa Nationals tightened up the race for a playoff berth in the divi- sion by outhustling Los Angeles Sharks 3-1 in a penalty-marred contest on 'the west coast. Only four points separate Philadelphia from last-place Ot- tawa in the six-team division. 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