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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 TH! ISTHIRIDGE HERAID Monday, Worth 23, Iv70 Rangers Drop Tqjjjfth Place In ANDY Boston'sSets Yet Another Mark the By 11 Tlw ton-id race in tional Hockey league's Easl Di- vision took a momentary seat lo some individual heroics 1'KKSS i cago lilack Hawks, shutting cut iu.............. Stars Hobby" Orr scoring Iwo goals end assisting on two others to shalter another Mil. record. Tho two assists gave Orr 7S for Ihe scafOii. breaking the mark Sundav night. B o s I o n Bruins mainland of 77 set by his team-mate, 1 their one-poinl lead over CM-1 Lspoiiio. last year.______ But mother Esposilo, Phil's 1 goallending brother, Tony, saved the family name by shut- ting out St. Louis 1-0 for the Black Hawks. It was the 13th shutout of the season for the rookie goalie and lied Ihe rec- ord sot bv Harry Lumlcy of To- ronto -Maple Leafs in 1953-51. In o'.her Sunday games, To- ronto tripped New York Hangers 5-2, Montreal Cana- diens edged Pittsburgh Pen- g u i n s 5-4 and Philadelphia Flyers beat Oakland Seals 3-2. Montreal clipped Philadelphia and Toronto lopped St. Louis by 2-0 scores, Finland Demolished Ky B'g Russians Rebound From Loss STOCKHOLM (CP) The So-1 display of ron-stcp aUclanilo viet hockcv machir.e is rolling! teat Finland 16-1 as Ihe second "gain in ihc world champion- ships. Tlic world champion Rus- sians, beaten by Sweden Friday for the first time in seven years, returned to irrpressive form Sunday, giving a merciless half of the 10-rour.d champion- ships started. All six teams get a rest today end lira Russians probably need oae least if Iheir stamina in Sundav's rout is any The" Russian machine meets East Germany Tuesday In what could be another rout. The East Germans, who lost to Sweden 6- 2 Sunday, are lied for last place with Poland, and have scored only seven goals in six games. The Russians, by contrast, have scored 42 gcals. Russia meets Poland Wednesday. Russia's next real lest is nol expected to come until Friday when they play Czechoslovakia now in Ihird place after a 10-2 victory over Poland Sunday The Russians beat Ihe Czechs 3-1 in their first meeting. The Russians stowed grea depth Sunday with all nine (or wards Charla mov and Boris Michailov eac: getting Ihrec gcals. A total of C shots was fired at Finland's re serve goalie .lorm.n Valtoncu hero of Finland's 2-1 loss li Russia in the first game of 111 tournament. CZECHS WORK HARD The Czech win was more a re- snH cf hard work than inspira lional play. The Swedes, en lira othc har.d, showed little inclination I battle Inrd against Ihe En: Germans and seemed in trouli! when Ihcir opponents lied it 2 through Ihe game. lint a (cur-goal burst at tl of the second period and Ir start cf the Ihird saw the through and kept them lied prints with the Russians. Russians ar.d ll'.e Swcd fave 10 points each on five wi ar.d cue loss but the Russia lead in gcnl spread- Ihc diffi cncc belween goals scored upset Boston 5-1, Dc- cit Hcd Wings trimmed Los ige'.es Kings 4-1 and Chicago Sealed Pittsburgh S-3. wo siiAiti: Tiiiiu) Delroil and Montreal share ird place afler the weekend ames. four points behind ading Kruins, ar.d New York ipped lo filth plate, six poinls ff Ihe pace. Two changed hands 1 the Weil Division during the eckuml. Philadelphia inovcc asl Pittsburgh into sccoixi lace and Minnesota look over o'jrtli from Oakland. Orr remained atop the MIL coring list, his 30 goals and 'S ssisls giving him 103 points tiil Esposito is second with 85 joinls on 33 goals and 51 as isLs. John McKenzie, John Ducy rd Ril Weslfall also scored lo he nmins against Minnesol wforc 11.835 home fans Sunday Alter firing Ihe winning goa Orr set up Bucyk's SOOlh scor of his 14-year NHL career. Orr' assist came a :55 of the final period when th Parry S'aund, Onl., nalivc Ves'ialt a Iwo-on-one breal Kdilie Johnston blocked Minnesota shots for his Ihir shutoul of Ihe season. Al Chicago, Lloug Moims TOte a sccielcss lie al of .he third period, driving a 15- "oot shut behind St. Louis ncl- lirniu Wakely will] Anderson of Ihc Blues sitting oul an interference penally. Ron Ellis scored twice, in- creasing his season lo'.al lo St. Ilic Maple heal Ihc slumping Rangers. Paul Hen- derson also got two goats and Bob Pulford one for the Leafs. Jean Hatelle and Vic Hadfield scored for Ihe Rangers, who have wen only once in their last J2 starts. The Canadiens, unbeaten in seven games, Sunday climbed into a tie for third with Detroit before a season-high Montreal I'WAS TMH3WIN1 "SO MANV TSON'TKM WHICH ONC NERMLiST BEtHC 'APP1 WOMAN IN THE MJRLb NO W SER. KS'QW'OW TO LAS 'W OUT Weekend Summaries TORONTO 5 NEW YORK I........ Flrsl Period 1. Toronto, Henderson lEilil, McKer.ny) Smith Second Hew York, Ri't'.'t 2) (Gilbert, HidKetd) Pfr.aUifS uaman A. Brcv.n Hortnn Third NEW YwK, Had- moved in and, without mating any effort to play the puck, el bowd Heiskala heavily in th' face. Ilieskala stumbled, regained Mils balance arxi chopped Gray i j-isl above his forehead on Ihe i right side with liis slick. All wilnewes agreed il was i not a particularly haril blow but 1 il. opened a nil which required six stitches, Campbell sairl. lleiskala suffered a cut mo-ith {sr.il a loofo tooth. Campbell ordered tiie Phila delphia club lo withhold anc remit to the league the pro-rata portion of Heiskala's salary rep- I ted by the period of imposed. An automatic fine (or Ihe malcli penally lo Heiskala and for sllck-iwinging were also imposed. Win For Andrei li NORBRIDGE MARINE SERVICENTRE 1252 3rd Avenue Nanh IE1H3RIDOE, AIBER1A o f, bring in your crd ojtbcards fcr repair. JOHN I YOUR SERVICENIRE FOB: Oufbaard .Moiors I. Bool ar.t! Trailer Repaifl. Air .Cooled bolted y-'jrs i' fttc pickup on-J tc.. S Fin RING. Kla. (AP) Mario Andretli, U.S. driving rhampioTi. on Ihc verge o liearthreaking defeat when O'.ITI machine broke, juir.pw into ar.ollxir I'crrari and drove it lo a dramatic in Ihc 12-ho-jrs of fiebring rnrhirauce race Saturday night. Stony-faced and on (he vergi of lears after tin; I-'orrari h had kept in Ilic lead for mqr Ilian 10 hours v.enl four Mil victory in sifclit. Ihe 29-ycar-ol AniT.rrl.li Iwli command of th machine lo Tgnazi flitinti and NTiro Vaccarella an bolted from third place to rom home ahead of Mexir-an Pedr Rodriguez end actor Steve Me Queen. Second place was credited drove a thre litre Por.'che brilliantly despi a broken third plai wtnl lo Ihc velcran Mast MHUE Flrsl Feil-xJ-i D-iroil, H j iRlnhard, Penal- Ties Llcr'siK 3'tJ, Shanll RHmcnd Ung-r n-.sr.f, RedT.ond L. Unjw 3S 17-11 tell) 3. Dctfolt, Karlantfer 5 SfContI Period-No Per.al- lits Hale ClarXt, Trtrr.btav Croleeu) Penallles Shack Chaan Harris (maicrs) Hair.s -Third J. Montreal. Los Anst'M, U, i [Jcyai. KraXo) 5. Deceit, tmi-iirs, rrajcis) Fle.T.lr.g, 37 (Harrrt, Litsll) Pen- ihcls on coil on goal by T U 10 U ll-W Ar.gelll H M 10.7W. ELR1CH TIRE Jm SPORT I NAT10KAL LEAGUE Eiitern leads ttsl-cf -seven 1-0. cne Ke4 W L T F A 4 5 Bwtcn 37 14 17 557 1S9 Flcn Jesis btit-of-sftvea qvar tl 21 9 70 Defrcit 37 U 13 19176 f.'.emsrral Cup Montreal 34 19 15 23 177 SJHL 2 9CJKL 1 New YcrV: 75 3> IS 731 172 Lfri1-cf-iBvBT Tcroolo i? 23 1? 713 319 70 Weil em 17 2? 2J Ul Per.a'li-i M'r.n-so'fl (served by Hadgf Paris? Seco-d P-rlod-J. Grinl j and !ho pint-sized driver limped lo his pi1.. He pt his chance lo make wlien the Vaccarrlla-, (iuinli Ferrari pilled for fuel inure fnlcs .ndded, iiilh more Lhan 43 minules lo j managed only tte I! (5'IMIfdl IM: 3. Boston, B-jcyk JJ 'Crr, erson (LC5. D. Sr.ith Th'rd Boston, WesHill 1 10 11-41 AllcndMCI! one minufc overtime save the Black Hawks a 2-1 victory over Canadians. Darrell Nascn was (he other goal gelter for Ihe Hanks while Lloli 1'arkyn was (lie lOiio Canadian marksman. Mark Ualdry tddeil a single- Ion for Ihc winners while Barn1 srwd Onlkean averlcrl a shnloul Hie Seals icidi a goal early in! rmvi-i J. I "B" final F.llsb'.r'jh. llWere, Fonleynlj II (Deslard'ns. TORONTO 1 ST. LOUIS 1 Fi.-s' Net siori-j. P -1. Toronll M. Louis l{ 131 I 11-11 1 If FARM SPECIAL! 7.50x18-4 PLY FIRST LINE FRONT TRACTOR TIRES His prognosis was supported In the :-ccond nui. iri which llx: course was straightened and six v lirn he Will-best I go. I lime. UoJiihers vSicn Mimiick, Walker WINN1PER (CP) Winni- peg Blue liombcrs of the West- ern Football Conference today announced Ihe signing of two players. Signed were veleran line- backer Phil Minnick ard new- comer Dong Walker of Mont- real, a defensive end arid Uckle, Minnick, sis-foot-lwo ar.d 2-30 pounds, has been a key man in (ho Winnipeg lineup for three years and undeninct post-sea- son surgery lo correct a back problem. The WC club said the operation was a success and reports Indicate 100 per cent recovery, C.95 SINGLE RIB 16 ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES t SERVICE ;