Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
_ THE IETHBRICGE HERALD Wednesday, Mny 10, 1972 TVPICAL.' AS SCON AS VER SEE LOSIN1 AN ARGUMENT-. It ijirolrds money a plan TORONTO iCPi Allan Ea- gleson says he is confident own- ers of National Hockey League teams hayed in the United Slates will permit their players to compete in a scries of eight games between Canada and the Soviet Union in September. Eagleson, executive director ot the MIL Players Association, said in an interview Monday he is certain he can show the THE CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE FOR STUDENTS For Iris exlro lummer help you need to replace em- ployees on vacation for odd jobs around your horns hundreds of stu- dents now available for work Ju5l call. crs a way to allow their players to join the team. involves money but 1 can't discuss it at the present he said. The games, four in Canada Sept. 1-8 and four in Moscow Sept. 22-28. were arranged last monlh between Hockey Canada and Russian hockey officials at meetings in Prague. Several U.S. owners of NHL teams, including Weston Adams Jr. of Boston Bniins and Ifew York Rangers' Bill Jennings, said they wouldn't allow their players to compete because of (he possibility of injuries and because the series dates confirm ivith the opening of NHL train- ing camps. "I can appreciate the owners' said Eagleson, who returned Monday from a Euro- pean vacation. If I owned a valuable com- modity such as a Bobby Orr, "lobby Hull, or Phil Esposito, I'd he reluctant to permit lu's participation in such a series without some protection." Eagleson said lie plans to meet later this week with NHL president Clarence Campbell and Charles Hay, Hockey Can- ada president, to start plans rolling for Uie team. "We must secure the best NHL players because this series is extremely important for Can- ada and also the future of hockey. We must show the U.S. owners good reason for agree- ing to allow the players to par- ticipale." However, Eagleson has alter- nate plans if the owners should refuse to participate. "If it came to a showdown, the learn could be the A] Eagle- son he said. "I'd im- pose on my clients to play and I think they would. Names such as Bobby Orr, Dale Tallon, Marcel Dionne. Norm TJllman, Paul Henderson, Ron Ellis, Mike Walton and about 20 oth- ers whom I have represented could be shaped into a pretty strong team." But he would like to think all NHL players will be available and a showdown with the own- ers avoided. 'My idea is to use the all-star team voting as the he added. A selection committee could examine the lists, invite the players to participate and work from those who agree to play. You're milesaheadwith Jack Nicklaus GOLF BALLS __ __ 11 PRECISDN WHEEL ALIGNMENT 1 Precision front end f" wheel alignment. V We set caster, camber i and toe-in, and centra f ElsEring wheel. BRAKE SINE one GREASE SEALS We'll remove and clean your front wheel boarings and repack wilh grease. We'll also install now r: Piico for drum brake cars. 40-lb. bag FERTILIZER HOfVAT HILSL niXSWNC. STORK Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 back in, Allan series Jets' hopes of sweep go by wayside SPOKANE, Wash. (CP) While Spokane Jets .scratched their heads and pondered the scoreslicet Tuesday niRht, Bar- rie Fivers predicted inuie of the .same after rebounding for a 4-2 victory in the Ihirf! the series for the Allan Cup and the Canadian senior amateur hockey ehampi- oaship. The Flyers, shut out 3-0 in the first grime here Saturday and walloped 83 Sunday, used tigh- ter defensive play and the solid netminding of Gerry McNamara :o bewildsr ths Before the contest Spokane liad boon eye- ing the possibility ol a four- game sweep of the final. Norm Johnson, coach of the Jets, readily agreed after the contest that "McNamara playa a tremendous game." Spokane had a 45-21 edge in shots on goal. "When you outshoot a team like that, it's a surprise to Johnson said. "This Is only the second time we've lost with statistics tike that at home." The first time was in regular Playlng-coach Darryl Sly of the Flyers said after the game: "We got our team on the track and we expect to get progres- sively better as ive go along. season play against Kimberley We'll sliek with McNamara in Dynamiters, the Western Inter- national Hockey League team whose home ice will be used tor the fourth and fifth games of the scries Friday end Saturday nights. The Spokane ice is tied up until Monday by a long-standing booking and the panadian Ama- teur Hockey Association decided to schedule two games In the B.C. city so Barrie players would have the least possible disruption of their job schedules at home. If sixth or seventh ._ games are needed, they will be id here Monday and Wednesday. Johnson said he plans no change in strategy In Kimber- ley, where the Jets wiU be "shooting for a split, but if we goal in Kimbcrley." "McNamara makes the big saves when he has Barrio manager Jim Short added. CHANGED SYSTEM Sly said: "We changed our system and kept it up, only slip- ping for a short time in the second period, the system being closer checking and a more de- fensive game. We also cut out stupid penalties, although we still got two." Short and Sly said the win came partly because the team was rested for the game after their trip west and had adjusted to the altitude, Uie rink and the fans. The Flyers bounded to a 3-0 can we'll win the series there." lead before Spokane could get a shot past McNamara, saw the gap close to 3-2 In the second period, and then got an insur- ance marker in the third. Doug Acomh, winner of the OHA Senior A scoring crown, got the first goal ot the and his first of the of the first period. The Flyers added a pair in the second with Bob Baird counting at the 34-sccond mark and Pete Panagabko adding No. 3 exactly two minutes later for a commanding 3-0 margin. Tom Kendall put Spokane on the Scoreboard at ot the second and Ken Gustafson counted his fourth goal of tlK Allan Cup final at the mark to close the gap to 32 going into the third. The only goal of the third pe- riod came from Barrie's John McMillan at Despite a disparity in shots on goal, both netminders turned in outstanding performances. Russ GlUow stopped 17 shots for the Jets. Referee Gordon Kerr of Win- nipeg handed out 13 minor pen- of them to Barric a pair oi misconducts. Playing-coacl? Sly and Gail Hoi- den of Spokane got the miscon- ducts as a result of a pusliing, shoving incident in Hie last min- ute of the game. The Flyers, who announced before the game they were going to make changes, made that point obvious even before play started. The Ontario club stepped on to the ice wearing their white uniforms. The Jets, as in the opening two games, also wore their white strip, setting up only the first of what appeared to b'o a series of psychological tests oJ the Jets. 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