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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monh 1971 THE tETHtlilDGE HERAID 13 THKTS VIC VJHO ISCOWLETINGHIS SECOND YEAR PvS AN Stars in playoffs Rangers will finish in second spot By THE CANADIAN PRESS handed out for a benchclearing moved to a 21 lea New York Rangers locked up incident in the Boston game first period and 41 after the from the injury list of defence lead after the The game saw the reiu n second place in the National Hockey League East Division The Bruins also suf fered as Campbell fined 12 Bos second Vic Hadfield scored twice to men Park and Rod Sell At Andre Boud Tuesday night and Minnesota i ton players a total of i lead the Ranger assault on North Stars clinched a plajoff The Rangers took advantage jhardwoi king Buffalo goalie irias led the Vancouver berth in the i of the subdued Sabres and Dave with two goals and netmmdoi The Rangers whipped Buffalo Sabres 72 to finally move out of j AFTER GUIDING HIS CLUB BETWEEN SECOND AND THIRD FOR MOST OF VIC WATCHED AS HIS PHILADELPHIA FLIERS DROPPED A OF CLOSE GAMES IN THE FINAL WEEKS OF THE REGULAR SCHEDttf TO FINISH IN FIFTH PLACE AND OUT OF THE PLAYOFF THIS HOPES TO ERASE LASTS ETONS DISASTER ANDPRESENTU HAS HIS CLUB BATTLING FOR THIRD SPOT IN THE WEST DWISION OF THE reach of thirdplace Montreal j A V fAPP Canadiens while the North Stars downed Los Angeles Kings In the only other Van couver Canucks upset Louis Blues The North now just six pouits behind secondplace Louis in the have moved out of reach of fifthplace Pitts burgh Penguins who now must jpin their plajoff hopes on the slim chance of catching Phila delphia The with just six games trail the Flyers by eight points going into tonights game against Detroit Red Wings at The Flyers are in action against the Canadiens in Montreal while To lonto Maple Leafs visit Califor nia Golden Seals and Boston Bruins meet the Black Hawks in The North Stais set a team record for number of wins in a season as they counted their 28th against the Kings in Minne They set theuold mark of 27 wins in their first season in the Danny with his 32nd goal of the and defence man Ted Harris scored on power plays for the North Stars and Ted Hampson collected the other goal while Minnesota was Goalie Cesare who earlier was named most valua ble player by his Minnesota had his shutout bid Bruins feel bloiv Campbell busy lifting wallets WONT TAKE BACK WHATESAIbT ME WHAT ARE YER LEAVIN iM fOK THIS George Gardner provided t defence against a 34shoi Si Louis The Canucks tested goalie Ernie Whkely 3j times Danny and Boh iohmauli getting the other goals before a cioud of NEW YORK 7 BUFFALO 7 Period 1 StemkowsVi ruined by Mike Byers goal at of the third The smarting from a series of fines assessed Tuesday by league president Clarence lacked the spark they showed Sunday in beating Bos ton Bruins In they were outclassed as the Rangers outshot them 5023 in the game totalling at New The against 11 Buffalo were MONTREAL CP Players for Boston Bruins and Buffalo Sabres of the National Hockey League were fined a total of Tuesday for their part in last Sundays bench clearing and Boston was assessed a team NHL President Clarence Campbell said 11 Buffalo play ers will pay a total of and 12 Bruins Tne incident occurred in the third period of the which the visiting Sabres won when Wayne Cashman of Boston and Reggie Fleming of Buffalo started fighting near the Buffalo Both players fell to the ice and other players tried to sepa rate While this altercation was in Kevin OShca of the Sabres left his followed by all the players of both teams txcept Floyd Smith and Jean Guy Talbot of Buffalo who had already left the The players milled around aimlessly for several Play resumed after referee Art Skov gave major penalties to Fleming and Cashman and a bench minor to Buffalo because OStiea was the first player to leave either Campbell imposed the follow ing penalties was fined as the first player to leave either It was the second time Bruins to rest super star Orr BOSTON AP Phil Es posito has just about locked up the 197071 National Hockey League scoring and apparently there wont be any downtothewire race with his Boston Bruins team mate Bobby Espositos eightpoint lead with just six regularseason SOUTHERN ALBERTA BOXING ELIMINATIONS MARCH 27th Starting Finals at TABER CIVIC CENTRE AUDITORIUM OVER 80 BOXERS IN ATTENDANCEAU CLASSES AdmissionRush Ringside games left would be a difficult one for Orr to make up under any And with the East Division champion ship already the Bruins plan to rest their super defenceman as they tune up for the Stanley Cup The was made after talking it over with coach Tom Johnson said just before the Bruins flew out of Boston for to nights game against the Black Hawks in He needs the rest more than he needs he said of the scoring Fspositos lead is built on a record 67 goals and 74 assists while Orr follows with 37 goals and 96 WANTS ORR FRESH Orr has logged a tremen dous amount of ice time this sometimes as much as 33 or 40 minutes a m leading the Bruins to their first Prince of Wales Trophy in 30 Now Johnson is primarily concerned with hav ing his super star fresh for the defence of the Stanley Cup which begins April Hell play mostly in spe cial situations such as the power play and penally killing situations for the next few Johnson Thats until the final week when hell play more to be fully ready for the he had committed the offence this other Buffalo goaltender Dave de fencemen Jim Tracy Pratt and Al Hamilton and for wards Phil Skip Gerry Steve Don Marshall and Larry Keen each fined for leaving their bench to join the of S300 each were im posed on Bruins Gerry Cheev Ted Don John Wayne Garnet Derek Sander Fred Ed West John Don Mar cotte and Mike The Boston players were as sessed triple the automatic because it was the third time this season that Boston has been involved in a benchclear ing incident Campbell said in his state ment In view of the appaient lack of control of its players by the management in three separate incidents of the same character this a fine of is imposed against the Boston Kogler paces Centennials CALGARY CP Rookie Alex Kogler scored mid w a y through the second period Tues day night to give Calgary Cen tennials a 10 lead in their best ofseven Western Canada Hoc key League quarter finals against Suift Current Kogler burst down the left uing and firpfi i hard stint past Minor hockey The Stampeders showed little mercy on the Eskimos Tuesday night as they belted them 91 Ahearne wont get his way Switzerland API Bunny president of the International Ice Hockey would like to see Canada return to Olympic and world but not in the manner the Canadians want Canada would like to return to international hockey but re fuses to do it in the manner that Ahearne wants that go back to the old amateurs only Ahearne president Amateur rehashed and Earl of the Canadian Hockey arguments over Ca in Midget George Irvine scored a pair of second period goals to pace the Solo markers went to Don Jim Lou Norm Michael Jim Don John son and Dave Tom Kveder averted a shut out as he scored for the Eski mos in the first In Pee Wee action last night Brace Anderson picked up his fifth shutput of the season as the Totems blanked the Vik ings Peter Watson gave the To tems the only goal during the three periods in the Harvey Pocza scored a goal in each of the three periods of play leading the Monarchs to a slim 32 victory over the Ram blers in the first game of the two game total goal Bantam B playoff The Monarchs held period scores of 10 and 21 while each club managed a goal in the Doug Morrison and Dale Slu i sar replied for the nadian participation in inter views Both are here for the world Said Aliearne The only way for the Cana dians to get back in the uorld or Olympic ice hockey cham pionships is for the interna itonal fedeialion to throw the rule book out of the W h y should we throw our championships and the Olym pics out of the window to please Hie Canadians Said Dawson We want everybody to be el igible for the world champion iNeiisci 2 New Nevin 19 Baloti 7ka 15 J B uf ff Io 13 OSrea Yarshall 17 03 Penalties Praii Pai 10 29 sen 8 inmik S Irvine 19 Norton 05 Penalties Hadfield 4 Meehan 7 Neilscn 11 30 TrTd Pmcd YrHat ficd IF Gil turn 2 7 EJ Ar mson IB Barnel 10 B Kew Hadded 19 Gil rert RatPiO 12 9 tiff YorV ther 9 Seihng 19 30 Penal lies Nrie Shiis 01 cjcal by VANCOUVER 4 LOUIS 1 Firsf Period 1 anas 23 Kurlencach B 2 St LOU Crisp 5 St Roberts 15 3 Vancouver Johnson 13 Tal Schmauli 17 55 Penalties Tat Ion 4 PIcard B Arbour 10 15 9 Second Period i Schmautz 5 TatlctO 3 5 Vancou Boudrlas 24 Popiel 5 U Penallles Selby Qumn 9 Cul leri 12 Boudrias Third Period No scoring i ties Schetla 6 Tallon Shots on goal by i LOUIS B 12 HJ4 Vancouver I 13 1 MINNESOTA 3 LOS ANGELES 1 1 First Period Grant 33 Dnuin 4 48 1 Hamp sen 14 Burns 1946 Penalties Goldsworthy Second Period Har QOnt See we ns 2 Gibts Labossiert 12 U Pcnfl should not be able to include j n Gbfcs ID 25 i Third Period Los By ers 23 Berry 4 31 Lonsberry Hampson Gibbs 14 43 Shots on goal by Los Angeles 10 Minnesota 13 U At tend anc our best players against teams like the maintain that an open tournament is the The best players would be eligible classed as profes sionals or amateurs The Canadians dropped out of last years world champion ship play because of the ds sire to mix pros and They are also out of the cur rent world championship tour nament here and are out of the Olympics in Ja next We would like the Cana dians back in the said but we cannot change our rules to suit their The Canadians want to or AllIndian hoop tourney The Lethbridge Friend ship Centre and the Indian Athletic Society of Lethbridge will sponsor an allIndian bas ketball tournament in the Civ ic Sports Centre March 26 and Eight mens teams and six ganize a separate world pionship against Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Avery B r u n d a g presi dent of the International Olym pic maintains that any team playing against a professional team might be barred from the I womens teams will be compet donatcd bv businesses in the The first game commences at 6 p Admission is per with proceeds used by the Lethbridge Friendship Centre boys team to travel to Edmon ton for a tournament the end of the BUYRITES PreEaster How about Wilt SAX AP Will the seven footone basketball star of Angeles says he Roger Kosar who sparkled in Muhammad Alt agreed SOUTH ALBERTA JUVENILE LEAGUE SEMIFINAL PLAYOFFS THIRD GAME OF BEST OF 3 MARCH 24th CIVIC ICE CENTRE LETHBRIDGE WARRIORS vs BROOKS LEGIONNAIRES ADMISSION PRICES Adults 75C Student 50C Children 25C SUPPORT MINOR HOCKEY the nets for Swift The goal gave Centennials a 20 lead and Ihcy vent on to take a 31 The first game m the series ended in a 11 lie and the third game is scheduled for S i f t Current Game four is to be played Sunday in Cai stnnrw dt nf dl ch to fight June 23 in Houstons Astro dome if Ali had beaten Joe Fra zier in their world heavyweight title Muhammad and I had a con tract ready to Chamberlain said in a telephone call to a San Diego radio talk show Monday He was going to j Its maybe mtlliat he didnt 3 DAYS ONLYMARCH 252627 ALLWOOL ENGLISH WORSTED SUITS Sizes 36 to RegularShortTollStout models Regular to CLEARING AT PRICE AU ALTERATIONS EXTRA fired at 32 in the final two Calgarys third goal was scored at of the third I period by Al Rycroft when Ko sar on Ihc bench in favor of a sixth Ed Dyck had an easier time of it in the Calgary stopping 21 11 in the first Calgary look five of eight Murray Warlcy of the Broncos and Calgarys Mur i ray McNeil each Rot fighting I neat hrazier ana the light tell i who has talked often of a boxing outweighs Ah by about 60 FIGHT POSTPONED Italy AP The j world middleweight boxing championship bout between Carlos Moimn of Argentina and Italian challengers Nmo Ben venuti has been postponed to May MENS VAN HEUSEN DRESS SHIRTS OPEN and FRIDAY UNTIL Perma French Solid Colors 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