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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Frig made sure Tuesday night A goaltenders duel it wasn't By IAN MacLAINE MONTREAL (CP) Frank Mahovlich probably said it best for both teams after Thursday night's mistake-prone National Hockey League final at the Fo- rum, in which Chicago Black Hawks and Montreal Canadians set two Stanley Cup scoring standards. "We were making mistakes and we couldn't just stop mak- ing the big Montreal said after Chicago hung on for an 8-7 victory to go back home for the sbffch game at p.m. MDT Thursday, trailing the b e s t-of-seven series three games to two. Both teams made frequent technical errors and suffered defensive lapses that led to a scoring outburst unequalled in modern NHL playoff annals. The 15 goals were the most scored by both teams ever in a playoff game, and the eight goals tallied in the second pe- riod surpassed the previous standard by one. HE STARTED IT "I've never seen a game like that before in the said the Big M, who opened the CHICAGO 8 MONTREAL 7 SUMMARY First Period 1. Montreal, F. Ma- hovlich 8, 2. Chicago, Hull 9 (Jar- rett, Russell) 9.3-1; 3. Chicago, Mikifa 6 (Stapleton) 4. Montreal, P. Mahovlich 3 (F. Mahovlich, Robinson) 14.52. Penalties Bordeleau 12.52, Pap pin, misconduct Second Period 5. Montreal, Larose 1, 6. Chicago, Kryskow 1 (Back- Strom, MakU 7. Montreal, La- rose 3 (Wilson) 8. Chicago, Miki- ta 7 (Stapleton, Marks) 9. Mont- real, Cournoyer 14 (Lemaire, La- pomte) 10. Chicago, Pappin 7, 11. Chicago, Frig 1 (Mikita) 12. Chicaoo, Pappin 8 (Mikita, Hull) 19.03. Penalty Bouchard Third Period 13. Montreal, Sav- srd 3 (Wilsoii. Larose) 14. Chi- cago, Angoltl 3 (White) 15. Mont- real, Richard 5 (F. Mahovlich) Penalties None. Shots on goal by: Chicago.......... 11 11 Montreal '7 Attendance game's scoring early in the first period. Stan Mikita and Jim Pappin scored two each for the Hawks, the others going to Dennis Hull, Lou Angotti and rookies Dave Kryskow and Len Frig who not- ched their first NHL goals. Claude Larose, with two, Pe- ter Mahovlich, Yvan Cournoyer, Serge Savaird and Henri Rich- ard notched the other Montreal goals. "Maybe we took them too Frank Mahovlich un- derstated. The Canadiens went storming to the attack from the opening whistle, 'leaving Dryden unpro- tected through most of the con- test. The Hawks took advantage of the defensive lapses to hold the Montrealers to a 2-2 stando after the first period and supe goaltending by Tony Esposit lifted them to a 7-5 lead goin into the final period. Detroit Red .Wings and T< ronto Maple Leafs scored 1 goals in a 1936 post-seaso game, won by the Wings 3-4, t set the previous playoff high for a game. It was subsequent! tied on two other occasions. Bad news for Lysiak, high on Habs' list By GLENN COLE MONTREAL Canadiens have acquired seven of the top 22 amateur draft picks in the National Hockey League's amateur draft next week via trades with other clubs and that could be bad news for Tom Lysiak of Medi- cine Hat Tigers. Lysiak, a high-scoring centre with the Western Canada Hockey League champions, would rather not be chosen by Montreal, but he is high on their list. It's unlikely that any team would pass up an opportunity to grab a forward who scored 67 goals and 95 assists and won the WCHL scoring title for the second year in a row. Bon Caron, one of the top scouts employed by the Cana- diens, feels that Lysiak and his linemate Lanny MacDonald will be among the top six draft picks next week. It's not that he has anything against Canadiens, Lysiak said Tuesday on the eve of the Ti- gers first ;ame in the Memorial Cup rouna-robin playoff series. The Tigers play Toronto Marl- boros, champions of the Ontario Hockey Association Junior A series and winners of the open- ing game of the series Monday against Quebec Remparts. "I rather play in the Lysiak said. "It would be a bit more exciting and a bit more of a challenge. I'd like to coma back in here and play against Montreal. "I would rather go to an ex- pansion team or an established team that needs centre strength." ISLANDERS FIRST New York Islanders have first pick in the amateur selections and indications are they will apt for Denis Potvin, the ing defenceman with Ottawa 67s of the OHA. California Golden Seals would have had the next pick, but because of an earlier deal with the Canadiens, the No. 2 pick goes to Montreal. Talk around th Forum dur- ing the Memorial Cup playoffs for the top prize in major junior A hockey is that Montreal will go either for Lysiak or Andre Savard of Quebec Remparts. As far as Tigers' coach Jack Shupe is concerned, Lysiak and MacDonald are "the forwards in Canada." top "I don't think there's anybod} better in the Shupe said. "I use them a lot. Both o them work the power play ant penalty-killing units. In the tougher games, they work mos of the penalty-killing shifts." Which means that fans at tending tonight's playoff game should see a lot of the Tigers one-two punch. "I think the extra worl makes us play Lysial said. "It doesn't really bother us. "We think we can beat them We're not about them. I think our team is as good as the teams here Hockey is hockey. "You will probably see rougher game when we play To- ronto than the game Monday night. We like to hit. I think we can skate with them too." Following tonight's clash, the Tigers will play the Remparts Friday with the final, pitting iie top two teams in the round- robin, scheduled for Saturday night. It will be televised by the CTV network. The same season, Toronto scored six in a second-period splurge against Boston Bruins. Seven goals were scored in that 20-minute session, equalled on six other occasions since. TWO AMAZED The result left both coaches spellbound. "I don't really have any ex- said Montreal's Scotty Bowman. "I never thought I'd see an 8- 7 added Hawks Billy Reay. "I'm just happy we won it." Reay was somewhat testy after the game and kept the Chicago dressing room closed for nearly 20 minutes after the game to allow his players to cool out, despite appeals by NHL vice-president Don Ruck and about 40 writers and pho- tographers. Reay said he wanted to be sure the crowd was represent- ing the media and not iist curious autograph seekers and well-wishers. "I wish I could analyze said all-star defenceman Pat (Whitey) Stapleton, himself on the ice for two early goals in the Canadiens' blitz. "I couldn't even start to do it. "An 8-7 hockey game? I can't say anyone was backchecking. It seemed all the sharpshooters on both sides were out in force tonight." Angotti, who snapped in the winner and 14th of the game that broke the old record anc gave Chicago an 8-6 lead at of the third period, finished off a two-on-one break. I used an eye fake to J. P. fust enough so that Dryden had to keep him in the scrappy little utility centre said. LAPOINTE THERE Montreal defenceman Guy Lapointe helped to upset Dry- den by falling to block the shot, ust as the Chicago player crossed in front of the net mid- way in from the blueline. Angotti and linemates Bor- eleau and Jerry Korab got a ot mere action as the fourth Chicago line than the veteran .ad bargained for. He more of- en is used for spot assign- ments. Although he didn't feel it was ecessary for Chicago to use our lines in the free-wheeling ame, Angotti suggested that erhaps coach Reay's game Ian was determined when "you ee all the reinforcements they an throw at you." Wedntsday, May 9, 1973 THE UTHBRID6E HERALD f Jach Nicblaus ELIMINATE GUESSWORK YOU CERTRIN JUST HOW Fflft ftWfly R GREEN IS? YOU SHOULD BE. 1 TRY TO PRCE OFF fl COURSE PUKING PRflCTICE ROUNDS flND MRKE- NOTES ON fl SCORE- CflRD OF HOW FflR fl CERTflIN TREE OR ROCK IS FROM THE GREEN. DURING flCTURL PL.RY WREN MY BflLL IS RNVWHERE IN THE HRER OF ONE OF MY MEflSURING POINTS j, fc Ml Rights Hrservcd Dill. Cjnad.1 Hide FntilK Stn I KNOW THE EXACT DISTRNCE TO THE PIN. DISTflNCES CRN 5F DECEPTIVE, SO THIS EUMINRTES JUDGING THEM BY EVE. MY NOTES TELL ME HOW HflRD TO HIT THE flPPROflCH SHOT. MRKE UP SOME S1MILRR NOTES FOR VOUR COURSE flND YOU'LL BE SURPRISED ftT HOW EflSY CORRECT CLUB SELECTION REflLLY BECOMES. Race results CALGARY fCP) Victoria Park race results Tuesday: First claiming, 2-year-olds, S fur- longs. Senator Sam (Hedge) 6.50 4.50; Mistic Shadow (Norris) 3.00 2.80; Snow Joke (Phelan) 4.30. Time: 1-5 Miss County, Sunoa, Carpathian, Al- derich, Willy Desperado also ran. Second claiming, 3-yeer-olds, T fur- longs. Spanish Gold (Glesbrecht) 14.90 7.00 3.90; salute To Erikel (Stadnyk) 9.50 4.10; Miss Lucky D (Shields) 2.80. Time: Kittey's Komef, No Qulry, Beau Tan- go, Northern Skipper, Gallant Senor also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Third claimlna, 4-year-olds and up, U'e miles. Pay Your Bill (Wiseman) 5.80 3.80 3.70; Uncle Smoothie (Phelan) 4.20 3.30; Blessed Hour (Watson) 6.00. Time: V55 4-5. Hot Quest, Haydns Smoke, Ben] 3ehi, Grand Sauk, Gay Stitch also ran. QUINELLA: JI1.50. Fourth J1.800 allowance, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- She'rzad (Shields) 3.60 2.80; Cy- ernity (Barroby) 5.80 3.20; Baltic Prince (Whittle! 2.50. Time: 1-27 2-5 Merging Fire, Barnacle Bay, Miss Eas- er Day, Lady Trengrove, Lonlta also ran. Fifth claiming, S-year-olds end up, 5 furlongs. Top Story (Hedge) 5.50 3.90 3.20; Countess Belinda (Rasmussen) 3.90 3.50; Goldcrest Champ (Stadnyk) 3.60. Time: 1-5 Flag Reaction, FIxIe Belle, Rubella, Color Me Grey, Careless Cat also ran. Sixth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Bans Marlmtw (Shields) 7.30 3.80 3.00; New Response (McCauley) 6.80 3.70; Campus Rebel (Boggs) 2.70. Time: 1-5 Law Boss, Roar Of Mirth, Little Gypsy, Major Dividend, Gypsy Go May also ran. Seventh allowance, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Ice Palace (Phelan) 41.20 12.60 7.30; Cypress Cove (Rasmussen) 620 4.90; Tolaqullo (Whittle) 8.50. Time: Flying Award, Transbrlar, Powerful Pop, Comptoir, A Future Session also ran. Eighth SI ,400, claiming, 5-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Super Quill (Campbell) 121.30 34.70 6.00; Ferment (Combs) 10.60 620, Miss Teresa 6 (Inda) 3.00. Time: 2-5. Roving Doctor, Duchess Nan, Pre- cious Argent, Jake The Rake, Park- land Prince also ran. QUINELLA: 5202.30. Locals enter league The Alberta College Ath- letic Conference has admit- ted two new members to the college's hockey league, thus increasing membership to seven. The two new mem- bers, that will be playing on full time basis this coming season, are the University at Lethbridge and Olds College. The University of Leth- bridge's application was orig- inally rejected, however, an appeal for reconsideration was entertained. The Leth- bridge entry has made a two year commitment and posted a performance bond. All ACAC regulations will adhered to. The league has also adopt- ed a rule change which should open up the game and make for a more exciting game. For this coming sea- son, the centre red line will be eliminated, thus eliminat- ing two line passes. The cen- tre red line will, however, re- main in effect for icing. The elimination of the centre red line in American college hockey has proven to be a highly successful move. Teams will also be allow- ed to cress seventeen players for games. This is an in- crease from sixteen. A 24 game league sched- ule was also adopted for tha seven-team league and each team will play a double homo and away series with Jeague members. The top will enter play-offs to deter- mine an Alberta representa- tive for the Western Cana- dian college championships. Lumber Jacks walloped 12-5 Advance Lumber Jacks were blasted 12-5 by Ducan Indus- tries in Commercial Men's Slow Pitch League action Tues- day night. Bruce Lmve and Murray Nimchuck combined to earn the mound verdict while Jerry Poz- gay suffered the loss. In another match. Bridge Villa dropped Silverwood Dairies 7-4 with Dennis Huber winning over Ken Hoberton on the mound. Shuffleboard kings ITis Army, Navy and Air Force shuffleboard team the ciJy championship recently. The new champs are, front left to right, Abe Plett, Harry Mensch, Doug McKenzie and Kent Conn. Back, left to right, are Vic Arelis, Bob Ccutts, Al Korfh and Bob Gregg. Exactly as Illustrated. Our Window Display. Men's Shoes That Men Choose! JUST ARRIVED! 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Greg Duce led the winners at the plate with a double and a pair of singles while Marischal DcArmond added a grand slam home run. At Lakeside, the Yankees needed an extra inning to de- feat the Athletics 12-11 in a Senior Little League match. Mark Innis picked up the mound win besting Harvey Pocza in eight innings. Guy McNab and Dale Boy- chuck led the winners with a pair of singles each while Peter Duckett stroked a single and a double in a losing cause. SAV AUTOMOTIVE CENTRE FULL 4 PLY NYLON CORD TIRES <550-13 more in fheie lint toOO-12 t600.13