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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta fl _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday. Match 20, 1972 ANDREACHUK TRIGGERS KINGS' GOAL Rondy Andreochuk, not in semi-final. Ken the picture, scores the only Letbbridge Sugar King goal Sunday night as Iwo clubs meet the locals battled Red Deer Rustlers to a 1-! tie in their besl-of-seven Wilson, (15) tonight at H of the Kings signals the puck Is in. The some- anderson, ice Centre at eight. Meet again tonight at eight iusfiers settle draw Some changes lasis on offence Bv U.OYI) YAMAGISJII 'Herald Sports Writer "There's too much skating in between the quipped one amused spectator. This spectator along with 899 others jammed into the Hen- derson Ice Centre to watch the Lethbridge Sugar Kings and the Red Ueer Rustlers battle to a 1-1 tie in a hard-hitting en- counter Sunday night. The Sugar Kings and Rus- tlers failed for the second time In three games to make head- way in their Alberta Junior Hockey League semi-final se- ries with last night's stale- tnate. The Rustlers lead (he best-of- seven series with four points on one win and two ties while the Kings have accumulated only two points with the ties. The team that racks up eight points or more wins the semi- final series and advance to the AJHL championship finaL WINNER ADVANCES The winner v.itl cither meet Dodcl took Murphy behind the Kings' net and let loose a flurry of punches before the referees could step in. the ice squared off but DO other fight erupted. On the brighter side of the picture, Randy Andreachuk The rest of the players on I gave the Sugar Kings a 1-0 first period lead scoring at the mark but Dune Grant scored for the Rustlers to tie it 1-1 with one minute remaining in the second. Picks up livo assists Phil Wandler was outstand- g in the Kings' net stopping 7 close-in drives while (Ira- im Parsons was equally bril- ant, blocking 29 shots for the ustlers. After the three periods of By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Writer Phil Esposito erased another line from the National Hockey League scoring records Sunday, but the rangy Boston Bruin centre had to share the weekend spotlight with goaltender Ed Giacomin of New York Rangers. While Esposito was scoring his '26th ami 27th power play goals among three he fired in Boston's 7-3 win over Minnesota North Stars in an afternoon game, Giacomin got credit for two assists in the evening as the the Sugar Kings and Hustlers, were at each other's throats! Harrls ln continuously, Two roughing, a cross-check- ing and a high-slicking penalty were assesscci by head referee Hon Burwash of Calgary in the first slamming 20 minutes of play. Tempers flared in the sec- ond period and Bur wash along with his two linesmen had their hands full. One of two fights that broke out could have turned into a brawl. Ken Dodcl, a mild-mannered Sugar King player has dis- played his temper only once before all season, attached Don Murphy of the Rustlers after an uncalled for altercation. After Kings1 net minder Phil Wandler had smothered the puck under his glove, Murphy skated past and chopped him across the back his stick, penalty box and broke the record 25 set last year when the Bruins' super- shooter went on a record-break- ing binge that included goals (76) and most points Giacomin's two assists against the Leafs was the first such effort in modern NHL his- tory although several goalies, including Giacomin, had picked up at least one assist in one or more games during the current campaign. Despite his scoring burst, the Ranger veteran remains Ued witli Detroit Red Wings' Al Smith in the floaltenders' scor- ing race. Each has four points this year. The Wings, with Andy Brown backstopping, surprised Mont- real Canadiens 7-6 with rookie Marcel Dionne's third goal oi the night the margin in Sun day's victory. Special loans for homeowners at Associates If you're buying your eligible for a special Homeowner Loan at Associates anytime you reed cash. That means v.-e may be able to give you abetterdeaL Lower rates... or Jonger terms. ..or even both, The amount you can borrow is limited only ii'ifl equity you bave in your home. maybe ormore. So if you have high-interest debts oulstanding, of if you need cash fora second car, a boat, or any oilier good talk to Associates about a low-interest Homeowner Loaru See how much better off youll 1014 Third Avenue South 327-5711 ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE CREDIT LIMITED The coupled with Toron- i's loss, moved the Wings to ithin four points of the fourth- lace Leafs and a playoff berth. Weekend scorers UN-DAY Boston 7 Minnesota 3 Boston Esposito 3, Mc- Kemi cotte; Prent St, SI. Mars. ver Kurte I Del fort Mont Mahc ci-ts. .N New son, kou-s 2, M Bu ilton, Kora Pil Pil Font I dor. oth clubs have six games re- laming. Elsewhere Sunday, three ames ended in 3-3 ties and did [tie to change the tight West- livision race ior the last two layoff spots. St. Louis Blues, 61 oints, needed two goals in the ast two minutes of the game at 'anconver to pull out a tie with he Canucks; Gerry Finder's rd with nine seconds left ulled California Seals even vilh Pittsburgh Penguins and lay, Scotty Munro, coach and eneral manager of the Cal- ary Centennials selected the ark Plaza Jlotor Hotel three- ar award. His first choice was Ken Wil- of the Kings while Tom of Red Deer and )nve George of Lethbridge named second and third HONOLULU fAP) The Na- ional Football compc- ition committee, having con- cluded deliberations on the is- and of Maul, was ready today set before the assembled NFL owners suggestions for rule changes that might signifi- cantly alter the nature of the game. The competition committee las been examining the balance wtween offence and Balance that appears (o have xen tilted ui favor of defensive an eye toward sug- gesting possible remedies for the situation. It is a critical decision for tha NFL ownership, which has wit- nessed during the last two years a dropoff in scoring of more than 100 fact that seme believe threatens the popularity of the sport. Besides possible proposals aimed at. aiding offences, the owners also are likely to placed before them two prcpos- als on sudden death, one aimed at changing its nature and the other aimed at makirfl it man- datory for all tie games. Also on the agenda is selec- tion of a site for Super Bowl VII next January, the ticklish sub- ject of the Chicago all-star game, several proposalslo amend the constitution and var Sous committee reports. RULES BIG ITEM The rules, however, are the major item on the agenda. Concurrent with that has been he almost totel conversion every team to zone de- er.ces, cutting down on the op jortuuities for scoring will 'hat is the game's most dra matic long pass. Among proposals considerec were increasing the value of tb ouchdown, cutting down o: ield goals as a mpsns of fore ng teams to continue drives >inning defensive lineman dow 'ather than permitting conlin ued movement, ajid a sugses ion that the field be widened. Tae proposals involving sue den denKn were iu another cr.te- jory. Tile one suggestion tha likely will bo given proposals to change the nature of sudden in effect for all post-sea- on action. Tlie proposals were aimed at preventing a situation in which team wirr, the coin flip prirtr o sudden dentil and then imme- ialely drives for a field goal iat wins ttic game, without the pposition ever getting the ball. Selection of a Super Bowl site :ars respectively. LEAFS LEAD The same two clubs will neet tonight at 8 p.m. at Hen- erson Ice Centre for their ourth playoff match. Maple Leafs moved nto a 3 2 lead in their semi- inal series handing Calgary ill games Ued the end of reg Nation play be continued in slit den death seemed doomed t defeat. But serious consideratio Stobbs wins was expected lo bo dec Idecl Tuesday. Tltc Cliicago all-star game is up for discussion, with the 1972 gnme Uie last of the currcnt coniract, There appeared lo ba some scrXimcnt either doing away with the game or finding a more suitable game than a match-up between lire Super Bowl champs and College Stars. CAPP Vs'OUUD "I'ES DO A AN1 RUM THIS SUM THROUGH "VER COMPUTER ELRICH TIRE PORT SCORES it 10 10 I ti IS 13 50 29 13 30 33 1 !3iM 61 f U 42 17 IE 1 WesT Division 17 13 3J 27 10 25 M 11 71 33 Ifl 23 34 12 23 37 12 Brlriih Columbia Junior hilllv.-ack 9 Pen Melon 4 flmioops 7 Vernco 6 ATUROAY National York Philade'nfiln 3 .ml real A Minnesota 3 Chicago 1 Toronto 2 "itlsburgh 4 Lc-s Angeles 4 18 47 B 1 LEADERS1 EspCKilO, B G A Pts M 127 Balllmcre 3 Richmond 1 Province nee 3 Cleveland 1 ClnelnitaN 2 Hershey J Springfield 5 Rochester 3 Central Tulsa i Dallas 5 For) Worth 4 Oklahoma City T Omaha 3 Kansas City 3 Wrslcrn Dlcga 2 Denver 2 nlx 3 Portland 0 gtll askini ujj cucys, urr. riiar-; Minnesota JC gll 1 Q11M >enms Hntl's unassisted a 5-3 loss in the B 14 73 112 elcre, NY 4f, 7 Cfilumhus 7 Perl Huron 6 uce, in the game set up the tie n Chicago between Hull's Edmonton tcok a 3 1 XAJ.CI NV W W Itcrt, UY i3 ?i Wahovlich, M il Molnes 7 Flint 0 Greensboro 4 0 Ixjuis 3 Vancouver and Buffalo lead a-nd held a slim BAY, Ont. C At 39 wins (.emT- Louis Sabounn, Blues, third in the going into the final It took the newest entry M 33 jryk, B 29 4f, i-1 Weslern Internalional eilJe Roberto Vancou-__ L p m i e u a one-point edge on Canadian mixed Pha 3 9 Nelscn_ 5 and are fhree-un on d mon ton got goals just one game eld, B 32 5 Canada and Philadelphia Carr, BIJt Kidd, itself as a rmk i Vicfixia 7 Detroit 7 Montreal dropped their only Innes Mackie be worthy of the 3 AVdicine Hrtr 3 Alberfa Junior iroit Dioime 3, 5-3, to New York Styles, who shot into CanucKs 10 Edmonlon 2, Delvoccliio, Calgary net in the Delmage and his Louis 3 Vancouver semi-final lied 3-5 real Lemaire 2, other Saturday games, of the rink from the YorV S Torwito Columbia Junior ovlich 2, Coumoyer, held Chicago to a 2-2 iVTandrvk Dale defeated John 3 Ctilcaao 3 Chllliwack 0 coupled with Minnesota's uk fin d Roger Bburciue Frederic (on 8-7 in one 3 California Sew Vork 5 Toronto at Montreal the clcse games in the lard 7 Hershey COMFERENCB w York Irvine, NTeiI-Fairbaira, Selling, first in the West. Pittsburgh and Los Angeles in Calgary a round of the championship Sunday 6 NoVra Stdra 3 j-ovidence 4 Bellimore 2 indnnntl 3 Richmond DIVISION W t Pel. GBL ki; Toronto to a 4-4 stalemate in over Edmonton 2 Titiawafer YorV 32 cKeiiny. UnffaJo :t Chicago game. Tuesday night Detroit enabled Calgary Canucks :o even their best-of-seven other first-round Barnes, Tom Stobbs of Springbank, Alia, defeated Hoger Anholt of a IAS 4 Oklahoma 3 wlh Worth 5 Omaha a 21 56 '.273 CENTRAL DIVISION ffalo PerreauK, and California is series at two wins Sask. 7-6; Bob Dillon sa 4 KAnsBi Cifv 3? "t Robert; 4 ?7 -3-5' 3b, Pappin, D. Bruins, who are still Olms lead scored rtotte town P.E.I., beat terra V 2? -W .161 Usborgh 3 California 3 1 Lsbu rgh Harbaruk away from clinching :heir second succesive East a nd assisted on three others, setting a league of St. John's, Kfld. '3-3' Trev Fisher of Ccquillam, B.C. won Don Smith of i Foft Wayne t CONFEREMCE" MIDWEST DIVISION title, sealed the most points scored by ten f> Re-jin a eyrie Sh ack Ca Uf ornia Soldirev, Redmond with second-period player in a 8-5; Tom Gushing of wins final i-1 Manitoba 41 32 13 Defrolt 21 S3 .31! 35 Johnny Bucyk and Details of the iJtit tving James 5 Kildrnan DIVISION goaltendcr Gerry were not Bay, the Northern Kildonan leads Angles 6A 12 his personal vSnod grass added entry, 10-3; and final 3-2 Saskatchewan Sfafe J? 30 Sealtle 47 33 .533 15 Chicago 2 Toronto 2 D. Hull, R. ring to 30 games. The Rangers, whose in a winning cause as th Canucks went ahead 3-1 Montreal beat Al BaWwinson of Winnipeg 6 5 Hurnbolld leads bes f -of -seven final 31 -W .i03 Pwlland IB .225 4? EAST DIVISION infrt standing in the East minutes of play and 7-3 n Floo 5 TSU. threatened by "Mark Lomenda, Dale 3 Swilt Current YorV; 41 37 .53! SO ontreal 4 Minnesota 3 onlrcal Tardif, F. Mahovlich, P. a six-point cushion on the Canadiens. Each team ha six game's to Don Eastcottand Gary Vaughan rounded out the winners' Westminster 7 Victoria 2 falcon 5 Brandon S idmwiton 6 Vancouver 5 Alberta 33 ,tW !S Cflrolina 32 -13 ,4W> 30' i Pitlsburgn ?4 53 .312 37 WEST DIVISION ich; Minnesota drew assists Styles got two goals BOWL HU MODE Deer T 1 Red Deer leadi be-il- of -seven 55 13 .709 Indian 31 17 Hextall, York's third goal, by and Gene 2B2; Irent As II 1-0 wit h I ''''0 t) a rnes t i ed Wiflplft Leafs 5 Calgary 3' Jl -47J Ifi'i w York 5 Philadelphia and on the the Hiebert 159 Bev Grant 763; Scriuz 278 Emma 32 44 .no Wemphls ?5 S2 .333 p w York lailf ifild by Pete KtemkowsVi RCD Diane Parascak." 2S7 clinched dlvisic-n liffe a c 7. n k, Park, in the final Period 1. Lelhbrldqe, Pruegger !M Jo Hedge SSI; DorjiGn Tclcarlak 2JT nkmvski; Philadelphia gosl loomed big (McCrea, Pcnallles Foord, Pcrid, Hilda Tincrdi iihoofcr 2, outcome of the game .Ishurnh 4 Ixjs Angeles defenceman Jim Period 3. Red Oeer, Cranr} Beterie 30i; pat Pfomp Frances Harris Pal MDVP UP ittshurgh .Polls goal five minutes Murphy (major) Dtxfd Fcetla Linn 327; GENERAL wr ock, McDenough; had tied the score at LewJs, Lewis, Krebi (malor) Severyn Dyh 234 Isabel Orslert Eileen Carter 2.57 "s Carlin, Berry, Back-m, Kanger defenceman Rot Selling notched the Pociod Wo scoring. Penalties (ma) or} LalondB Shirfey Rose Hun we Her 270 Nkficlls 345 Velma Mflfer rtrriors humiliated How dc THE ASSOCIATED PRESS jw tlo you describe you des "It's what we've been looking for alt year-quick movement, great shootingj solid thi West 17 each and Happy Hair-ston 16. Nate Archibald scored one? waukee Bucks 120-11S, Buffalo romped 116-103 over Detroit, Portland Trail Blazers Better st defeat in National Basket-Association history? That's t Golden State Warriors Lakers, who earlier this season set a professional sports record with 33 straight in Cincinnati Royals' 135-103 victory over Buffalo Braves in other games, Chicago New York 133-88 and Golden Slate defeated Phoenix Suns Puncture still have the chance to Detroit Pistons American Bflskstbflll w Angeles Lakers hart ev Jiing going Sunday night ant jed, whipped, stomped anc the Warriors NBA (otal victories mark if (toy v.-in thrrn of Ihcir last four game.s, IL would give Ange les 60 victories, one more topped Seattle Sti pcrSonics 115-100, Allan a Hawks downed Cleveland Cava liers 115-105 and Baltimore action it was Carolin 121 r Kentucky 113; Utah 125 Denver 113; New York Nets TIRE Lakers had seven '76ers won in defeated Boston Celtics double figures to break the ABA Saturday, It oint difference total set ir by the old Syracuse Goodrich scored 30 points to pass for the first time Saturday's action, 139 Memphis 125, Flo-ridians 155 Pittsburgh 130, TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE against New York Knicks. 'his career. He v.'as the Cleveland 103-91, York 105 Kentucky 108, Just a perfect over 20 as John Q. downed Cincinnati 117 Virginia 112, Dallas 117 UI South or 327-444S s' coach Bill Sharman 19, ?at Rilcy and Rockets trimmed ;