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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 IHE IEIHBRIOGE HERALD Friday, March 24, A CHANCE FOR MCMASTERS _ Chris McMaslers of tho Lelhbridge Andreochuk (17) of rhe Kings stands fo the left. Kings and Rusflcrs tied ougor Kings (18) couldn I knock the puck Thursday evening os ho 3-3 forcing a .eventh game in Red Deer Saturday evoking, had Red Deer Rustler nctminder Graham Parsons al hij mercy. Randy Locals ivere 52 seconds away from squaring series Another tie, Ussigs have to win Saturday Parsons George banged home the loose puck. Ken WUson manufactured the play that gave the Kings a 2-2 first team (o eight points will advance to the league final. Rusilers, at present have seven points on two wins and three ties. The Kings have five points and cannot lose Satur- day. The Kings don't even have I he luxury of a lie. Centre Dale Lewis did the damage Thursday. Rustlers were playing with six attackers after netrainder Graham Par- sons had been pulled. Lewis, a talented but chippy forward, got away with high- sticking the Kings' Dave George and picked up a lose puck from In front of the Sugar King net and lifted it over a sprawling Phil Wandlar. Lewis opened a previous cut George had suffered off a face- off earlier in the game. The scrappy George, first- sUir in the game, bad moved the Kings in front on sheer de- termination. George combined with Ken Dodd on a two-on-one situation and after Dodd was robbed by Jack's Plumbing Serving FOR ESTIMATES PHONE JACK FUUER 328-2515 By J'AT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Wriler Coach John Chapman ot the Lelhbridge Sugar Kings sum-1 deadlock with five seconds left med it all up. Jin the second stanza. "It's going to be tough but we can do Chapman had Just seen Red Deer Hustlers prevent the Sugar Kings from deadlocking their best-of-seven Alherta Jun- ior Hockey League semi-final. Rustlers, who hold the upper- hand heading home for a game Saturday, tied Thursday night's game with 52 seconds left ou the Henderson Lake clock. The Red Deer goal gave the visitors another point in the eight-point series. The Wilson, continuing to show hii value to the Kings, took a pass from Randy Andreachuk and (ired a waist high shot at Par- sons which George deflected. Andreachuk put the Kings on even terms in the second period on a solo effort while killing a penalty. Tlie two clubs battled through a scoreless first period before Lewis put the Bustlers ahead CHfly s By IA.V MacLAINE Canatlian Press Staff IVrilcr linger long in the National Hockey League, but H'hen Ihe facts are i n t much Csposito, was given a game misconduct for being third man into Ihe altercation. Ted In-ine tied the score abom three minutes after the harder to ignore. When Brad Park's took be- came one of numerous hockey player biograplxies lo hit goal of the game, 55 seconds into the third period, broke Uie stalcmale. Boston goalie Gerry Cheevers consumer market earlier this! Blended Ids personal unbeaten season, the New York Hanger defenceman had few kind re- marks for Boston Bruins. One Bruin in particular, scrappy John McKenzio, was in effect labelled a pussy cat un- less be had other Boston players around lo support his bclinger- :ce. MeKenzie gives away three inches, 15 pounds and 11 years to the Ranger bkieliner, but in the games ensuing Park's publi- string lo 31 games and Bucyk, with career goals, moved cation he's made it a point to, the New Yorker's istic carter in the forefront of Boston-New York meetings. Thurwiay night was no cxcnp on, in Boston Garden, where into eighth spot in the all-time scoring ahead of former Mont- real Canadiens' winger Bernie Geoffrion. Elsewhere Thursday, Chicago Black Hawks trimmed Philadel- phia and the Flyers playoff hopas, 4-2, while Danny Lawson scored twice, his second with less than three minutes remain- ing in the game, to pull Buffalo Sabres inlo a W lie with Minne- North Stars. 1-0 at the mark of the middle stanza. Dsrryl Wallb notched the other Red Deer goal before the better than Sugar King fans. Red Deer got Ihe nod on seven of the 10 minor penalties whistled down in the game I while outslxfoting the Rustlers j 35-27. It's off to Red Deer for a Sat- urday date. The Kings, if they want to return home Sunday for the eighth game, must win, Bobby Hull's 45th goal of the something they have yet to do season and his 599th career I at Red Deer in this series. Park battle score started the Black Hawks, runaway leaders in the West, to a 3-0 first-period lead. The Flyers closed within one goal on scores by Bill Flctt and .Meanwhile in Calgary three unanswered goals in the first period gave Calgary Canucks the required edge Thursday night and they went on In beat u tutu Kiev vttinL mi in ri appl" Edmonton Maple Leafs 7-5. fl stemmed the flow. Foley was bounced from the game early in j i the third period alter taking of- i fence to a minor penalty. The Sabres, who had bounced back from an earlier 3-0 deficit to take a 3-3 tie into the final periol, fell behind on Minnesota defenceman Ted Harris' second, goal of the year at ot the I semi-final. SERIES The win gave the Canucks a 4-3 win in their best-of-seven semi-final series and a berth in the final against Ked Deer Rustlers or Lethbridge Sugar Kings, combatants in the other Tonight's lone game, lias To- ronto Maple Ixafs visiting Van- couver Canucks. j the Bruins maintained their sea-1 son-long domination, 4-1. MISCONDUCT FOlt ESPO After an opening 4-1 loss to :he Rangers, Boston handled them with surprising ease in the ether five games, outscoring them on the year 21-7. Wednesday night's Park-Mc- SenziD matchup could have been costly to tho Bruins who were holding a l-o lead at the time. Brains' scoring ace, Phil od suffered a cut to his left hand that required 10 stitches. The incident occurred with about five minutes left in the second period and the re- maining time was played at the start of the third period while the official had the wound re- paired. Jim Pappin's score with 41 seconds left in the second period at Philadelphia snuffed out a Flyers' comeback. third period. Lawson's equalizer was scored exactly one minute later. Summaries BOSTON I, NEW YORK 1 Firs) Period I Bw'cn RurA 1 (Stanfieltj, i 51. penalties Bailey Park 8.j% McKenlie, Irvine Second Period 7. Irvin 15 fsfem- Mcllsoti Awrey Vso. 1W7, McKenrre, Park majors, Espo- silo game misconduct. Orr Third Perkd 3. Boston, BucyV. 31 (Sfanfitttf, Bos- ATTENTION GOLFERS! NOW OPEN A.M. TO P.M. (EXTENDED HOURS LATER) BRIDGE VALLEY PAR 3 GOLF COURSE AND DRIVING RANGE LOCATED at the R1VERBOTTOM Ion, Vadnali. 18 tsianfield, 5. flostoo, Orr 35 fche. CHICACO PHILADELPHIA J Flrit periM 1. Chicago, R Hull 2. Chicago, foll 71 (Korab) J. Chicago 8or. dtleflu 11 (StapjeTwi, Meslerenfco) Penallits _ Hillmin Kor- Second Period 4 Philadelphia, Flert la {Van Clarjre) 5. Philadelphia, Foley t chk.go, Pappln n Uhh> (Jarrell, Foley ThlrtJ Perlcxi No scorioff. Penal- tits Fofey minor, misconduct, game mljcooduct Koroll Kofah 8UFFALO MINNESOTA First perM _ T. Mlnnfsota. Cnl wwthy 3 (Parli., Burns) Mlnncstft, Oliver 1J (Grant, PenaUIss Rr.l Oicts O'Brien i f 17 (O'Brien, i B Hie, 11 fPratt, Megha D ii (Rarr. Pratt) i. B HarNnl Rocorl 11 Penalties- Farise Parlse, Byjrj Grant 20: CO. 7Mrd _ 7. Minnesota, Har- ris 2 (PariH) Uar. tut I ILuce, Hamilton) Penal. Olbbl, Shots on flMi fcy II 1 A 4-1? A crmvd of 1.B44 spectators watched as the Cajiucks built up a 5-2 second-period lead before holding off a late Edmonton rally. Dale Elosebuk led Calgary p.'ith throe goals while .lohn Snodgrass, Warren Cook, Mark [-omcnria Bill Gea Vjgneauft 2-3J; Pete Peler ?30. Harm TolltY 371 Bill 300 Jim Kafo 306 Darwin RomanchuV 378 John W; Abe 289 Karlyn Saltier Phyl Harrison 28S Gloria 310 Marlon Guilk 32J IsabeMe Berg, man 3t9 Obermeyer 295 EAGLES LODGE Geo AMIcHett 270 Will ft Plomp 390 (6831; ryorm Milltr 164; LflRocqufr 226; Kalhy Ludwlq Anna Gorda 2M; Gwda 270 (Wttf Evelyn 7-lT; ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TJRE SALES i SERVICE 403 lit Ave. South Phono or Oilieif ;