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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Think Earlyl Think AhMd. Now to HUM to rtgtotor for CHRISTMAS IN HAWAII 1S74 Conttct... ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CtNTftE VILLAQI MAI L PHONE The Lethbridge Herald UttsfMsi Offlct FtnMiri U4 i 1M-7411 PILING CABINETS FHIRD SECTION May Pages 23-34 Orr's late marker won just 22 seconds on clock No pushover Jim and Ken Hodge exchange pushes in front of the Philadelphia net. Winners were at a standstill in second Bruins what BOSTON Boston along with their coach Bep would like to know what happened between the first and second periods of Tuesday night's Stanley Cup game against Philadelphia Flyers The Bruins held a 2-0 lead after 20 but when the second period they came out flat and needed a goal in the final minute of the game by Bobby Orr to down the Flyers 3-2 in the first game of the best-of-seven National Hockey League Final series don't know what it Orr said got up a few goals and then got into a shell have to play like we did in the first period or these guys are going to take us The Bruins were coming off a week's rest The Flyers played Sunday winning their seven game semi-final over New York Rangers layoff didn't hurt us we just stopped Orr said COACH AGREES Guidohn echoed the words of his all-star defenceman just quit skating and working in the second Guidohn said the week off we had had taken its it would have showed in the first period Fred coach of the said It would have been bad if they had walloped us It will do more for us than foe them A close game will do more for our young players' confidence Orr's goal was scored with 22 seconds remaining in the game on a play Cashman and Ken Hodge He beat Bernie Parent with a 25-foot drive from the slot wish I could say that I because that's what we tell the kids to Orr said I didn't I saw it and let it Parent said he moved to the far side to block Orr's drive but the puck up between my legs think it hit someone or something on the way in Guidohn felt that a second-period fight between Philadelphia defenceman Ed Van Impe and Cashman was good for the Bruins because defenceman Jim Watson of the Flyers drew a game misconduct for being third man into the altercation The loss of Watson left the Flyers with four defencemen Joe Van Andre Dupont and Tom Bladon for the remainder of the game Shero was asked what he would have done if he had lost another enceman for any length of time was thinking of putting Ross Lonsberry back there and perhaps alternating three at 30-second especially if were playing he said Shero said centre Bill sidelined with a knee injury during a Flyers' practice a week might be ready to play in Thursday's second game Celtics lead by one MILWAUKEE Boston sparked by 28 points each by Dave Cowens and John wore down Milwaukee with ceaseless pressure Tuesday to win 96-87 and gain a 3-2 lead in the National Basketball Association championship playoffs The Celtics broke the game open by outsconng the Bucks 22-5 during a third-quarter and can clinch the best- of-seven series by winning in Boston Friday. who scored 17 points in the second teamed with the 34-year-old Havlicek and JoJo who fired in 18 to offset a series-high 37 points by the Bucks' Kareem Abdul-Jab- bar Ahead 47-46 early in the third quarter after a close first the Celtics launched their decisive surge with a pair of long shots by who connected on 10 of his first 17 shots Interrupted only by an Oscar Robertson free the Celtics fired in six more points to open a 10-pomt lead BOSTON Bobby Orr saved Boston Bruins and the oddsmakers Tuesday night. His goal with 22 seconds re- maining in the third period gave the favored Bruins a 3-2 win over Philadelphia Flyers and a 1-0 lead in the Stanley Cup playoff final The second game in the best-of-seven National Hockey League series will be played Thursday night in Boston starting at 5-30 p m with the third set for Sunday afternoon in Philadelphia The Bruins got the winning goal following a faceoff in their own end The puck sailed into the Philadelphia end and was followed by Wayne Cashman of the Bruins and defenceman Andre Dupont of the Flyers. The play started innocently with the Flyers apply- ing pressure after rebounding from a 2-0 first-period deficit But when Cashman and Dupont got tangled Boston's Ken Hodge pounced on the loose puck and fed Orr who was cruising unguarded in front the Philadelphia goal His blistering through the legs of team-mate Phil Esposito and Phila- delphia's Ross beat goalie Bernie Parent It was Orr's second goal in this year's playoffs saw Cash and Dupont go- ing into the corner and I was coming behind Orr said ran into each other and I saw Hodge float in on the puck so I started to float in The shot appeared to strike one of the players bottled up'm the Philadelphia but Parent didn't offer any alibies was just like the other didn't get my eye on said the goalie who went into the game with a playoff goalsagainst average of 1 97 The playing their first game since eliminating Chicago Black Hawks in six games the previous stormed over the Flyers in the first 20 minutes and got goals from Cashman and Gregg Sheppard 53 seconds apart The who finished a tough seven-game series with New York Rangers appeared to get their second wind about the halfway mark of the second period and started to take the play. They tied the score on goals by Orest Kmdrachuk and Bobby Clarke spent the first period thinking we were still playing the Parent said. took us that long to adjust to the Bruins' which is ours Hitting and persistent fore- checking by the Flyers upset the Boston attack. But Coach Bep Guidohn figured it was a game the Bruins had to get out of their system Philadelphia centres won 46 faceoffs to 35 for Boston and Bobby who had the as- signment of shadowing Esposito most of the won 23 of 30. the games go we'll get more accustomed to their Guidohn said lost too many could be we weren't working hard enough on them in practice while the Flyers are coming off a series where The Herald Sports WHA final opens in seat rink CHICAGO Chicago who hoped to play their home games in the World Hockey Association final against Houston Aeros in the International announced Tuesday they will return to the Twin Ice Arena in suburban Mount Prospect The Twin Ice Arena was the site of Chicago home games in the semi-finals against Toronto Toros The arena has a seating capacity of tried to play the final series at the 'but the details just couldn't be worked said Walter president of the Cougars also did everything in our power to play in Chicago said who added he was unable to get in touch with Arthur owner of the where Chicago Black Hawks of the National Hockey League play their games The Cougars played their regular-season games at the Amphitheatre and also their first-round playoff games against New England Whalers a production of Peter Pan was booked into the Amphitheatre when the Cougars upset New England and entered the semi-finals against Toronto HAD OFFERS Kaiser said cities throughout the United States and Canada wanted the Cougars to play in their but important thing is that our Chicago fans will get to see the Cougars play in the Chicago area the final would have begun on Houston's home but the same Peter Pan production which displaced the Cougars from the Amphitheatre has been scheduled at the Houston forcing the Aeros to open away from home The first game of the best- of-seven series will be played Sunday afternoon followed by a Wednesday night game they had to win most of the faceoffs He shrugged off suggestions that the Bruins looked tired faceoff just before we scored was in our end of the ice Did you see those guys go up ice' that's what you call I'd like to see them moving when they're not He said the only problem the Bruins had was that stopped skating in the second period you buzz around like we did in the first there's no way we should have slowed down Orr admitted the Bruins into a just like we did in the Chicago BOSTON PHILADELPHIA 2 Firtl Boston Cashman 4 1201 2 Boston Sheppard 10 1301 1 07 Dupont 3 24 Barber 1052 Smith 1509 Dupont Hodge 17 51 Van Impe 1828 Second Philadelphia Kmdrachuk 4 Watson 747 445 Van Impe Cashman minors majors Jim Watson game misconduct 6 46 Clarke Sheppard 1020 Duponl 1631 Third Philadelphia Clarke 4 Watson 5 32 5 Boston Orr 2 1938 Vadnais 1107 Dupont misconduct 1938 Shots on goal by Philadelphia 9 12 Boiton 11 12 003 DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 327-0821 J33 17c STREET NORTH presents a special MOTHER'S DAY Diamond is valued at Contest Rules A diamond is on display with 235 simulated diamonds Put your phone numbers and your guess as to which one is the REAL DIAMOND and enter it in our draw barrel The first correct guess drawn will be the winner of the valued at Draw to be made May 11 at p.m. in the Mall Opening goal i 2025 Mayor Magrath Drivt in nff hie I ;