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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Not eye to eye Montreal Canadiens' team captain Henri Richard and referee Lloyd Gilmore exchange words as Montreal the third goal scored by Chicago Black Hawks Thursday night in Stanley Cup final game in Chicago. The goal tied the score but the Habs went on to win 6-4 to take the Cop in six games. Ricliard to retire? Hawks never stopped Habs just too strong CHICAGO (CP) Henri Richard had mixed-'emotions as he skated around Chicago Sta- dium Thursday night, brandish- ing the Stanley Cup for the first time in his role as captain of Montreal Canadiens. On the one hand, Richard said later, he was proud that after 18 seasons with the Cana- diens he finally had the honor of being captain of a National Hockey squad. League championship On the other hand, he wasn't sure if he'll ever do it again. "Yes, this is one of my big- gest thrills and it could be my last said Richard who has said he may rebre this year. Richard had played a vital role in bringing the Canadiens their 18th 16th since the National Hockey League took sole possession of the tro- phy in 1927. Montreal won its fourth Cup final in six seasons by defeating Chicago Black Hawks 6-4 in the sixth game of the best-of-seven NHL final. Pilchard now has been a member of a Cup winner a record 11 more than his predecessor, the now-retired Jean Beliveau. "That's tha Richard proudly. "I'm the only one with 11'. No- body else has that one." On tha other side of the Cana- diens' noisy dressing room, Yvan Cournoyer was sur- rounded by reporters question- ing him about his third-period goal which won the game, set a playoff record and helped Peter and Frank Ma- win the Conn Smythe trophy as hovlich beat Hawks goalie Tony the most valuable player in ths playoffs. f AFUN For the young at heart, here's a great new Honda the CD175-T4__a rugged, light sports-tourer with firecracker get- -up-and-go! Totally new styling, with Honda's famous smoke-free engine and, we believe, the best warranties in the business! It's beautifully packaged at an amazingly affordable price. And, remember, when you buy Honda, there's nearby parts and service wherever you go! See it at your Honda dealer, nowl You can handle a Won V DIS DISTRIBUTED BY: CLARKE SIMPKINS HONDA 760 Alderbridge Way, Richmond, B.C. LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE SALES SERVICE 2nd Ave. S. Phont Southern Alberta't Largest ond Mosf CHARGI1.X Progressive Motorcycle Dealer 'Conn Smythe? I wasn't thinking about said Courno- yCr' j t ''One man can dD noimng. 1 didn't think about the record." The goal was Cournoyer's 15'Ji of the playoff season, breaking team-mate Frank Ma- hovlich's record set in 1971. The Smythe trophy, awarded en a vote conducted by the Pro- fessional Hockey Writers' Asso- ciation, was accompanied by A sports magazine also gave Courncyer a new car. "All I was thinking about was the Stanley the only trophy that said the Canadiens' right-winger. "When you work hard, things happsn." When asked if the victory marked the end of his 18-year career, Richard replied: don't know. I naed a few weeks to think about Reminded he had said the odds were 80-20 that he would relire, Richard said: "The 20 per cent chance I won't is still there today." But Montreal coach Scotty Bowman was glad Richard was there Thursday night when he needed him. The Canadiens had fallen be- hind 2-0 on Pit Martin's first of three goals in the game midway in the first The Car.adiens were lagging and being generally cut-hustled by Uie Hawks. But with 12 seconds left in the opening period, Richard, who had bean hustling and en the short end of several heavy checks, scored to put the Cana- diens back in tha game. "Henri's goal gavs us a Bowman said. "It got us go- ir.g." Chicago coach Billy Reay agreed. "We were going along fine with a 2-0 said Reay. gave them a gift." The second period produced three more goals by the Gana- diens as Rcjean Houle and MONTREAL CHICAGO First Period 1- Chicaqo, Martin (Mikita, Stapleton) 2. Chi- cago Martin 9 (Pappin) 3. Montreal, Richard (F. Mahovlich) 19-48. Penalties Roborts, Korab Martin 8 21, Roberts Wil- son 12-59. Second period 4. Montreal, P. Mahovlich 4 (Lapernere, Lefley) 5. Montreal, Houle 3 (P. Mahovlich, Lefley) 6.37; 6. Chicago, Kryskow 2 (Maki, Backstrom) 7. Montreal, F. Mahovlich 9 (Lapointe, Cournoyer) 10-54; Chicago, Martin 10 (Hull) Penalties White Russell 10-20, Korab Roberts Third Period Monteal, Cour- noyer 15 (Lemaire) 10. Montreal, Tardif 6 (Coynoyer, Lemaire) 12..12. Penaliles Russell Shots on goal by Montreal 7 15 Chicago........ n Esposito. Rookie left-winger Dave Krys- kow, up from Dallas of the Cen- tral Hockey League, scored his second goal of the series for Chicago, while Martin collected his third goal of the game be- fore the period ended. Canadiens right-winger Claude Larose, who had per- formed the chore of checking Hawks left-winger Dennis Hull through most of the series, suf- fered a broken right leg in the opening minute of the second period. Larose crashed heavily into the goal beside netminder Ken Dryden as he sprawled in an ef- fort to step a rink-wide pass to the onrushing Hull. Larose was taken to hospital but later returned to Montreal with the team on a chartered aircraft early today. Records set in bunches CHICAGO (CP) Yvan Cournoyer's 15th goal of the 1973 Stanley Cup playoff sea- son Thursday was only one of several record-setting per- formances in the National Hockey League final series between Montreal Canadiens and Chicago Black Hawks. Cournoyer's goal proved to be the winner in Montreal's 6- 4 victory which gave them the b e s t-of-seven championship series by four games to two. Cournoyer, in only 17 play- off games this season, erased tie old mark of 14 goals scored by team-mate Frank Mahovlich during 20 games of the 1971 playoff season. Other milestones reached in Thursday's game: Chicago line of Pit Martin, Jim Pappin and Den- nis Hull finished the playoffs a total of 55 points, breaking the record of 5? set by Boston Bruins' Johnny Bucyk. John McKenrie and Fred Stanfield in 1972. finished the six- game final series with 33 goals scored, breaking their old mark of 28 in the seven- game quarter-final series against Boston in 1971. The 56-goal total compiled by Montreal and Chicago in the final set also surpassed the record 54 compiled by Mon- treal and Boston in the 1971 quarter-final. Stapleton of Chicago and Jacques Lemaire of Mon- treal each finished with eight assists in the series, tying the final-series mark set by Mon- treal's Bert Olrnstead in a five-game series in 1356. Henri Richard of Montreal played with a Stan- ley Cup-winning team for the lith time, giving him sole leadership in that category. Previously, Richard was tied with now-retired team-mate Jean Beliveau with 10 Cup victory appearances. appeared in the 168th playoff game of his 18- season NHL career. Until this year, now-retired Red Kelly held the record of 164 career playoff games with Detroit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs. Canadiens extended their record for Cup victories to 16 since the trophy became the sole possession of the NHL in 1927. The Canadiens also won the Cup twice before 1927. The Maple Leafs are runners-up in Cup victories with 11. Minor baseball Scott Jarvie hurled a two- hitter and stroked five singles to lead the Padres to a 21-6 romp over the Dodgers in Nor- crest Senior Little League ac- tion Thursday night. m David Koskoski gave up 12 hits while suffering the loss. Gordon Tokariuk aided in the Padres' win by belting a pair of doubles and a single while John WagontaU and Koskoski managed the only hits off Jar- vie. Athletics dry-gulch Texas 17-2 Friday, May 11, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID IS Coast troubles increase Canucks say so long Vic VANCOUVER (CP) The turbulent off-ice affairs of the Vancouver Canucks continued Thursday as Vic Stasiuk, whose coaching mannerisms had in- cited players to open rebellion, was fired by the National Hoc- key League team. It was just foe latest Jn a Fired Vic Stasiuk was fired as coach of the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League Thursday adding more woe to the dismal coast club's firture. Race results Park long series of setbacks for the lowly Canucks, whose on-ice in- eptitude has been matched by off-ice bungling. Stasiuk lasted just one year at the helm of the team, with his no nonsense style winning him f friends inside the lock- er room. Ironically, he had been brought to Vancouver primarily because he was known as a tough coach with the Van- couver management express- ing the opinion that what the I young team needed was a strict disciplinarian. His approach i contrasted with the more easy going style espoused by form- er coach Hal Laycoe, booted upstairs to the team's execu- tive suite after coaching the team in its first two years in ager, the dub president appeal- ing a four-yaar jail sentence and one of the few star players de- manding to be traded. Former general manager Bud Pcile quit earlier this year for medical reasons, while club president Tom Scallen was sen- ;enced last month to four years in prison for theft by conver- sion and issuing a false prospec- tus. He is free on bail while awaiting an appeal. Dale Taltan, the team's big- gest name and first draft choice n 1970, has demanded to be traded to another NHL team or :i2'U jump to the rival World Hockey Association. fur- CALGARY Victoria race results Thursday: First claiming, 2-year-olds, 5 longs. Orange Moon (Hedge! 12.20 6.60 4.80; High On Hemp (Whittle) 4.70 4.10; Al Blanco Wiseman) 8.60. Time: T02 Marsha's Venture, Burnmq Memor- ies, Hail To Lightening, Brendego, Re- gal Spirit also ran, Second allowance, 3-year-olds, S fur- Magandsir (Morris) 5.10 3.30 2.60; Whataruler (Giesbrecht) 4.90 3 50; dolfcar (Whittle) 2.80. Time: 1.01 Double Way, Melvin K, It By Chanee, Brmht Flight, Shadows Edge also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Third claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 lurlonns. Same Affair 'Parsonsi is 00 600 3.00; The Wiso (Hedge) ?.90 3.10; Wimple Street (Barroby) 320. Time: Arctic John, Hadason, Furious Flloht, Cheat The Bull, Rusty Rouser also ran. QUINELLA: 70 Fourth claiming, 4-year-clds and up, 7 furlonos. DarK Secret (Morris) 690 4.60 4.10; Ky Honor (Rasmussen) 560 410; Koho (Phelan) 600 Time: 1-5. Jellico, Falrlv Blue, John Cyclops, Angel County, TV- Away also ran. Fifth claiming, 4-year-olds, 7 fur- lonrs Ram Tauras (Hedge! 3.50 3.00 290, Proud Country (Rasmussen) f 70 280; Rullah Morn (McCauIey) 570. Time: Monta's Gem, Cariboo Trail, Hay- rten's symphony, Tay's Talent, Gone Free pl'o rar. EXACTOR: SIS 00 Sixth 51 600, claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- lonas. Bredakendan (Rvcroff 20 80 700, Pal Bov (Kioling) 670 6.20; Fair Fizz (Phelan) 490. Time- 1-5 Cflgary Reft, End Blues, Kelly H, Steel Cone, Swift also ran. Seventh claiming. Turner Valley Pur'e, 4-ycar-clds and up, 7 furlonas. Johnny N Jos (Hedie) 570 370 270; Sundance Chief (D. Wiseman) 4.70 2.80; Throbold (Kipling) 290. Time- Golden Compass, Rockin Ruler, Front Desk, Helkey, False Entre also ran. Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Sorack (Stadnyk) 10.80 5.50 4.10; Sen Bar (Rvcroft) 1000 470; Now Iran (Inda) 370. Time: 1 27 Sunshine Charlie, Spurious, Ferment, Chopoo also ran. Track Scratch: Super Quill QUINELLA: 40 work. The team several rebellions the NHL. It didn't staged against the tight rein kept by the 43-year-old Lethbridge na- tive, with the most widely-pub- licized incident occuring in New York in March, when most of ths team's players left the ice before the end of a prac- tice. Several players, declining to give tlieir names, said they dis- liked Stasiuk, didn't want to play for him, and would like to see him fired. Stasiuk commented that to- day's players weren't willing to play to win and said players were ready to "blame someone else the coach for los- ing." In the season's last game, against Los Angeles Kings, goal- ie Dune Wilson, who had earl- ier displayed his unhappiness with Stasiuk, refused to go into the net for the second half of the game. Tc'am vice-president Laycoe said disciplinary action was taken against the player, but no specific action was ever an- nounced. It -was the fiery Stasiuk's third NHL coaching position. 990 He coached at Philadelphia, where he raised the hackles of the team's French players by demanding that they speak Eng- lish only on the ice, then moved to California Golden Seals. He lasted one year with the inept Seals, getting bounced after the team narrowly massed the play- offs. He played in the NHL with Chicago, Detroit and Boston. He guided the Canucks to a miserable 22-47-9 season in his one year, good for seventh place in the eight-team eastern division. His firing left the Canucks with no coach or general man- Puiicli back, Gunip signs BUFFALO (CP1 Buffalo Sabres announced Thursd a y that Punch Imlach has signed a two-year contract as vice- president and general manager of the National Hockey League club. Imlach, 55, has been general manager of the club since it joined the NHL in 1970-71 sea- son and also served as coach for about two years. He retired as coach after suf- fering a heart attack in Janu- ary, 1972, but carried on bis duties as general manager. Meanwhile in Minneapolis goaltender Gump Worsley has been persuaded to end his four- month retirement and return to Minnesota North Stars for the 1973-74 National Hockey League season. Wren Blair, Minnesota general manager, said Thursday that Worsley has signed a one-year contract. Upon completion of his playing career, Worsley will joJi ths team's scouting staff, Blair added. Rangers caught in ambush By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS When you manage Texas Rangers, you have to scramble sometimes to find a silver lin- ing. So it was with Whitey Her- zcg Thursday night. "The only good thing I can say about this is that they can only chalk up one loss against the rookie skipper said after the Oakland Athletics pounded out 23 hits and shelled the Rangers 17-2. Elsewhere in the American League, Chicago White Sox edged California Angels 4-3 in 12 innings. Kansas City Royals trounced Detroit Tigers 8-2 and Boston Red Sox nipped Cleve- land Indians 4-3. In the only Na- tional League action. San Fran- cisco Giants beat St.. Louis Car- dinals 6-3. It resembled batting practice for the Athletics as nine of them got more than one hit. in- eluding rookie catcher Tim Hos- ley, just up from the minors. Reggie Jackson doubled home the first two runs against Mike Paul. Ray Fossec singled home another and Dick Green singled for two more. "Fosse hit a two- rim homer in the fifth. Hosley delivered a two-run single as the Athletics scored five more in the eighth and Deron John- son homered for one of four runs in the ninth. Manager Dick Wilh'ams threw 16 players into action and reaped four singles from Bert Campaneris, a homer and two singles from Johnson and a double and pair of singles from Joe Rudi. In seven games as Oakland's designated hitter since coming over from the Na- tional League, Johnson is bat- ting .406 with three homers and nine runs batted in. "Since we got Deron Johnson we're 5-2 and he's played a ma- jor role in all of the games with his bat. I'll stick with him as my designated hitter and take my chances. I think he's a win- Williams said. Pat Kelly singled home Jorge Orta from second base in the 12th inning to give the White Sox and Wilbur Wood their vic- tory over California. After Bill Singer held Chicago to three hits over 11 innings, Ron Per- ranoski came on in the 12th and walked Orta. Luis Alvarado sacrificed before Kelly deliv- ered his winning hit. Wood -was touched for 12 hits in his 11 Forster pitched the the knuckleballer became the ma- jor league's first eight game winner. Fred Patek's triple touched off a tie-breaking five-run out- burst against Joe Coleman in the fifth inning as Kansas City thrashed Detroit. The loss was only Coleman's second in eight decisions and knocked the Tigers out of first place in the American League East, where all six teams are under .500 and are separated by only one game. Boston, held without a hit or a baserunner for 5 2-3 innings by Cleveland's Dick Tidrmv, rallied for three runs against Jerry Johnson in the eighth to edee the Indians. Chris Speier's two-run single in the fifth inning snapped a 3-3 tie and boosted San Francisco past St. Louis. Willie McOovey and Dave Kingman homered for the Giants, Ray Busse for the Cardinals, who lost for the 21st time in 27 games. 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