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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, Moy IZ, IFiii. Stanley Cup with performance Bruins rORR past Rangers YOl'iK il'l'.i IL i nifihl u-ns Hint iL moanl aiio'Jicr fc'iicoiniin from Tarry Souml, niiii-h lire same as nlhiT to Orr and liib Icam-; Unt., scored once on Ihc power garni1 which Hoslon Bruins' Mo. i mates, vim lilankwl New York I up a sec- Rubby Orr, lias doininnted in j Itannurs to win Ihc bcst-of- ami power-play goal Ijy Wayne his sk National Hockey League seven Stanley Cup final in six Casbman, and in general con- srasims. games. j trolled Ihc game. The-wilv difference Thursday i Orr, Ihc ai-ycar-olil snpcr-dc-1 "Give my vole to No. 4." Slitnc (idinils reason for loss Oil Kings played poorly C? JL v -S- OTTAWA (cpt Now thai a day hns by. coacb Brian Shaw cheerfully admits that an illegal-slick penalty against Ed- nionion Oil King; nicht wasn't Ibe bi WANTED IMMEDIATELY FARM EQUIPMENT AND MOTOR TRUCK MECHANICS Full Company Benefits 9 Top Wages Yeor Round Employment Contact: CALVIN MACDONNEL INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES and SERVICE 304 Stafford Driva Phono 327-3125 DEXTER BOB PRESENT OUR EXCLUSIVE WESTERN STYLE DINNERS HOT TO YOUR DOOR 84144 Rum, Best llnnihurnur Slsolt Roi'l Pork SI. 85 Onion Vonl Our Spnciol Oyilnri Pork Chopi S Chipi S2.15 Club Slunk S3.35 Beep Priori Scollopi Dinner Slook 52.15 Hnlihut Slonk 51.85 Fish S Chipi 51, 50 Sirloin Slunk 53.40 SOMETHING DIFFERENT CAPTAIN'S PLATE (Oyifon, Shrimp, Halibut and Salmon) Solad onrl oro inc. willl Clbova mccill min. for frnn dnlivcry just have lo win the next two games." The first comes tonight as Kings take on Cornwall Jtoyals Quebec representatives in the last of the three-game round robin to decide what two cluhs meet in Sunday's sudden-dead game for national junior hockey honors. Petes, Ontario champions, won the first two panics anc now are standing by awaiting the winner of the Edmonton- Cornwall game. Cornwall sticks also were questioned In their 4-2 loss to Petes. Cut the sticks were in- spected prior to game time and a number were tossed out. Checks on the Edmonton sticks came in the second pe- riod of Wednesday's game and resulted in a minor penalty to Kings at the start of the third period with the score tied SCORED WINNER When defencemari Pliil Rus- sell joined team-mate Darcy Kola in the penalty box about a minute later, Peterborough's Doug Gibson scored the winning goal. A second minor against Brian Jgilvie, also for using a stick ess tlian two inches thick at the blade, didn't figure in the scor- ing. Manager Bill Hunter of Ed- monton called the incident a cheap way to win a hockey jame. But while it helped the Peterborough cause, Petes left ittle doubt about their superior- ty on the night's play. "We didn't have six goals icored against us before this in the Shaw said 'hursday. "We didn't play our jame. Shaw said the turning point of he game came early In the sec- Dnd period with Kings leading -i. One of his forwards hit n goalpost wilh Petes Mike Viesor ilearly beaten, "We're a good checking team oo and able to protect a aid Shaw. "And Wednesday we lidn't hit nor shoot as well as te can." Cornwall coach Orval Tessier watched Wednesday night's and said laler Eoyals, onsidered underdogs in tlio ournament, "are certainly not >ut of our league." ydlrd one disgruntled Hanger fnn in the closing moments of the game ;iflrr Cashinan zeroed in for his second goal of Ilio night with less lhan two minutes to go. "The rest of those guys can pump in 20 more goals before Ihis pame said another New York Fan, "but he killed 'cm." In addition In Uic i n playoff bonuses, the Bruins ear- lier earned S2.500 for finishing aLop the NHL's Eas! Division nnd winning the Prince of Wales Trophy for the second consecu- livc year. The Rangers got each on lop of for finishing second in (lie East. Orr was Ihc game's No. 1 star, won the Conn Smythe Tro- phy and ns the outstand- ing performer in post-season play and finished with an- other in prize money for winning the Hart and Non-is trophies given to him at last Friday's awards luncheon. The Hart lo Hie most valuable player and Ihe Norris lo the NIIL's outstanding dc- fenceman. Despite all the glitter thai surrounds Ihe young defencc- Decision pleases Eagleson Ballard lias shown the way TORONTO fCP) Alan Ea- glcson, executive director of the National Hockey League Play- ers Association, savs Harold the Canada-Russia hockey tour- nament this fall. Ballard announced Wednes- day be was offering any mcm- JUBILATION Boston Bruins goalie Gerry Cheevers spreads his arm out in jublilalion as his leammales slream man, he still trcats'tho game him offer lhelr 3-D viclory in Ihe sixlli game of with a simple approach and rarely tries to impress others wilh oratorical gems lhat are not part of his nature. "It's still a big he said of the Stanley Cup victory, the Bruins' second in three years after a drought of almost ihrec decades. "New York has a heck of a club, but we felt all along we could ho said later in the Boston dressing room. .VON IT IN 1970 TOO It marked the second final in vhicli Orr fired the winning 3oal. Against St. Louis Blues in lie 1969-70 windup. he tallied at 40 seconds of the first overtime period to give Boslon a 4-3 vie- .ory and a sweep of lhat series. And if Ihe game was so typi- cal of Orr. it was just as easily typical Boslon oned along the format of bed- am and mayhem Uiat has been heir succss in recent years. Their big Ccn Hodge, Carol Vadnais, Don (be Hangers skat- ng with their beads up. Referee Art Skov had his lands full in the first two pe- 'iods, dishing out 14 minor pen- three igliting majors (o each (earn. Skov also took exception to me of OIT'S remarks and as- essed him a misconduct. To vhicli Orr replied, when asked bout it later: "I didn't swear t him, believe me." CHEEVERS STOPS 'EM The Rangers were still a 'ireat after Cashman scored the Ihe Stanley Cup final at New York Thursday evening. The win over the Rangers gave Ihe Bruins Ihe series -4-2 in games. (AP PARADES STANLEY CUP Johnny Bucyk of the- Bosfon Bruins parades around Madison Square Garden Thursday wilh the coveted Stanley Cup, won by the Boston after defealing New York Rangers 3-0 Thursday. (AP Wirepholo) Ph. 8-4114 Ph. 8-4144 Ph. 8-4144 Minor baseball Zarooben fanned 15 batters and gave the Braves a hard-fought 3-2 win over the Dodgers in Korcresl Little League action Thursday night. Drew Dzern supplied the hit- Img power for the Braves with I wo singles while Blair Nyrose managed a pair of singles off Zarooben. Ken Ottno suffered Ihe loss on the mound. In another Xorerest Little League encounter, the Cardi- nals shaded the Cubs be- hind Kim Tinordi's 13 strike- outs. Theo DcGroot took the loss. Tinordi aided his own cause "rst of bis hvo third-period goals. But their efforts were to no avail against Boslon goal- lender Gerry Cheevers. It wasn't ths same Cheevers who allowed five goals in each of two previous starts against New York in Ihc final, li was more like the Cheevers of Iwo years ago who logged 10 straight wins in the playoffs. Orr didn't get to hoist Lord Stanley's silver goblet around the hushed arena That honor belonged In veteran Johnny Bucyk whose service wilh (he club darkens back (o the days when the Bruins looked on n victory during Ihc regular sea- son as reason to celebrate. Hanger captain Vic Hadfield summed it up the players as well as (he fans. "You want lo know what turned this game he told writers who wandered through the New York dressing room. "It was the same thing that turned this whole scries around Orr. We were r-vpn in faceoffs. Ballard has shown (he way for her of his Toronto Maple Leafs other NHL to support for service on (lie Canadian team and use of Maple Lesf Gardens for a (raining camp and for any or all games in the tournament. "That will really give pause to the NH7j owners in tlie United Slates who arc not in favor of letting their players represent Eagleson said in an interview Thursday. Ballard, president of the Gar- dens, also offered thai any pro- coeds from tournament games played Iherc, go to the NHL P J a y e r 5 Association pension Twa earns low net honors Jim Twa playing with tho Ace Building Supplies four- some covered L li e Lakeside course w 32 strokes and earned himself the low net honors in fund. Lakeside Cnlf League play Eagleson said the MIL own- Thursday night. j ers now contribute a man Twa's fine individual ouLinR j each year in premiums for pen- ficfpod Ace Building Supplies York and Sid Salomon Til of 51. Louis, and I've told them Lo smoke it over. "I've told them to control their troops, which means shut- ting up their underlings who jnouncemcnt." have knocked the participation of players on US. clubs. By next Wednesday, when Ihe ley Cup's out of the way, I Uiink we'll have an amicable an- Orr." BOSTON 3 NEW VORK 0 First Pnnnd 1. ykl ll.ia; penalti i with a home run and a sinylc oven in power plays and even in while Dave added a penally killing. Everything was double and a single. i prctly even, they had Layton came in to re ,licve Tinoi'di ou Lhe mound in i the sixth inning. I In lakeside Little j play, the White Sox .slammed the Canucks 13-3. Mike Malkin hurled a three- hitter in gaining the win while Dennis Taylor had to settle with the loss. Matki n also whaTlopcd a grand slam home run lo aid his own cause. Meanwhile the Astro's li last- ed the Cardinals HMl in Farm League play. move into eighth spot in tho 18-team league. CHEC leads the league with 34 points, two more than the second place Flemings. Roger Gillett of Gentleman Otiimn II and Cliff Stroh playing with ture has House of Lethbridgc shared low gross honors with a 38 while the low team net score went to CHEC with H ]43. The CHEC foursome In- cluded Doug Hoadhousc, Peter Tiirabull, .Jim Matkin and Terry Baldwin. Meanwhile at ihe Country Club, Wes Stefan fired a 30 to capture low net honors in league play last night. Stefan's low score also aided Tollcstrup's In their eight point sweep over Gentleman HI and (he low team net score with a 140. Three golfers, Doug Brown of Tolles traps, Jim Frcel Jr. of Lethbridgc Office Furniture and Jim Border of CHEC shared Ihe low gross honors sion, insurance ami medical treatment. "But at Ihc June meetings of the NHL, the Players Associa- tion will ask lhat the figure be increased lo per man. "Ballard, by his generous ges- provert lo the NHL owners how they can cut their contributions. If the rcceipls with a 41. CHEC House Of Lflh. Genllernen 111 Dorigairi j7 Sugar Deelen................. 37 Ace Bldq....... .26 A any w.................... 75 He-raid Parsons ............21 lg Walktrs......... ID Jubilee from the Hiissian scries do go lo the pension fund, the owners shouldn't have to kick in much more toward player benefits lhan Uicy are doing now." The tentalive schedule for Ihe Russia-Canada series this fall calls for four games between Sept. 1 and Sept. 8 hi Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg and Vancou- ver. Another four games would be played in Russia Sept. 22-28. Eagleson said (be money- making potential of flic series in ticket sales, advcrlising and tel- evision rights "should mean multi-millions." "Russia against Canada is an absolute bonanza." he said. "I ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE t> .KH o .571 .f-Tf, AMERICAN LEAGUE L Easf GBL I i Cleveland V Detrcil llouilon Lcs Anqrjles San Diegg Atlanta nncjnnsli San Francisco 10 1? .-155 -I'-'; 13 8 1-1 10 J03 1 13 9 14 .391 B 13 -Ml T U .360 11 COUNTRY CLUB foresee millions." SETS PRECEDENT He said Ballard, Ivy refusing In cash in on the financial po- tential of the series, has set a precedent for proprietors of ether Canadian arenas where games may be played. "How can Montreal, Winnipeg and Vancouver do anything ex- ]P cept follow bis example''" i; j Eagleson said he has talked to j representatives of three United Stales-based MIL dubs who earlier voiced objections lo al- lowing their players to join the Canadian learn for fear (hey might ho injured and thus lost for part of (be coming season. "I've mrt. with Charies Mulcahcy, who represenls (he Adams family in Boston. I've talked fo Bill Jennings of New Gentlnmen 111 Dcrigalll CHEC Lcm. 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HRs; Davis Crawford San Francisco 131 MO 000- fi 1 3 Montreal 101 Ml 2 U 0 Bryant (1-3) and Renkrj (1-3) Walker (2) GilDerl (A) Strohmnyer (7) and Balnman. San Dipqo 013 001 MO II 1 Philadelphia 001 023 too 1J 3 Arlin, Acoslfl (S) CaJdwell O Ross (0-1) and Kendall i Champion, Brflndon (51 Hoernpr (9) Oil TwikhHI (2-0) (12) and McCarver. MRs: (3) Jelcr Houston 010 000 3 10 3 SI. Louis 000 000 4 9 1 Reuss (3-2) Bolsinqamfi (9) and Ed- fvdro's; Wise and Simmons. MINOR BALL International Louisville 6 Rochester 1 Syracuse Toledo 1 Rirnmond 7 Charleston I J 7 PnciNc Coait Phoenix 7 Portland t> Euqerte 7 Tucson IB 7 .778 .704 ,526 Bosto Minnesota Oakland Chicago California Kansas City TODAY'S GAMES New York Klin! 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