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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November 1, 1974 THE LETH3RIDGE HERALD 15 Dryden blanks Capitals., Flyers bounce Rangers THE CANADIAN PRESS It took only 19 saves, but Ken Dryden scored his first shutout of the National Hockey League season Thurs- day night, giving some indica- tion he's returning to the form that won him the Vezina Trophy two years ago. The shutout, the 15th of Dry- den's career, helped Montreal Canadiens to a 3-0 win over Washington Capitals and mov- ed Montreal to within four points of leading Los Angeles Kings in the Division 3 stan- dings. The Kings tied 1-1 with St. Louis Blues. In the only other NHL game Thursday, Philadelphia Flyers beat New York Rangers 5-1. Dryden, out of hockey last season while articling with a Toronto law firm, has not been showing the form that earned the lowest goals- against average in the league in 1972-73. "My reactions may be a bit slow, but there's no reason I can't get them Dryden had said when he signed up for his return to the Canadiens last summer. He has been saying since then he needed some time to resharpen the old skills and he now seems to have done that. Murray Wilson scored on a breakaway midway in the sec- ond period to start the scoring, and Serge Savard and Guy La- fleur further disappointed the Landover, Md., crowd of with third-period goals. At Philadelphia, the Flyers beat the Rangers with centre Bobby Clarke's forechecking and two goals each from Ross Lonsberry and Bill Clement. The Flyers scored two fast goals at the start of the second period to turn the game into a rout. Clarke not only helped the scoring, but was a defensive demon as well, keeping Ranger centre Walt Tkaczuk in check. "I think the game was de- cided in the way Clarke domi- nated Walt said Fred Shero, the Philadelphia coach. "That was the story of the game." Clement opened the scoring at of the first period. His second goal came at the end of the second period when his shot deflected off the skates of New York goalie Ed Giacomin. Both of lonsberry's goals came in the second a tip-in of a pass from MacLeish and, later, a power-play goal. Golden Suns play twice When Taber Golden Suns skate out onto the ice tonight against Calgary Canucks in the Alberta Junior Hockey League they will be seeking to move into a tie for third place. Suns, who meet Spruce Grove Mets at eight Saturday night, host the league leading Canucks tonight at eight and a win would move them into a tie for third with the Mets. Suns, after a slow start, are only four points out of second. Suns have bolstered their defence with the return of Tim O'Donell and the signings of George Miller and Brad Cox. Miller is from the Manitoba Junior League while Cox recently was dropped from the Lethbridge Broncos of the Western Canada Hockey League. As well, the Suns have three players in the top six in the league scoring race. Don Renner, currently sitting out a suspension, is third with 28 points on 13 goals and 15 assists while teammate Bob Miller is fourth at 27 points made up of 14 goals and 13 assists. Randy Joevenazzo is sixth with 24 points. He has just seven goals bat has helped set up 17 more. Suns' coach Gary Hull is looking to share second place after the weekend. He feels his club is on the move in the Alberta Junior Hockey Michigan Stags went from bad to worse Thursday night, drawing only fans for their World Hockey Associa- tion game which they lost 4-2 to Cleveland Crusaders. The Stags, known as the Sharks when they played in Los Angeles, played their first home game at Detroit's Cobo arena Tuesday night, drawing fans. They won that game 4-3 over Minnesota Fighting Saints but it was only their second victory of the season. They lost their fifth of the season Thursday night when Skip Krake and Gerry Pinder each scored two goals to lead the Crusaders. In other WHA games, New England Whalers whipped In- dianapolis Racers 6-1 and San Diego Mariners edged Chicago Cougars 4-3. MONTREAL 3 WASHINGTON 0 First period No scoring. Penalties Laframboise W Second period 1. Montreal. Wilson 2 (Robinson, Penalties Lemaire M Robinson M Laframboise W, Kryskow W (minors, misconducts) Third period 2. Montreal, Savard 2 (Mahovlich) 3. Montreal, Lafleur 4 (Richard, Gainey) Penalties Kryskow W, Roberts M on goal by Montreal 6 11 Washington 11 3 PHILADELPHIA 5 NY RANGERS 1 First period 1. Philadelphia. Cle- ment 3 (Crisp, Schultz) Penalties Lonsberry Pha, Park R (minors, majors) Beverley R Marotte R Second period 2. Philadelphia, Leach 3 (Clarke) 3. Philadelphia. Lonsberry 2 (MacLeish. Dornhoefer) 4. Philadelphia, Lonsberry 3 (MacLeish, Dornhoefer) 5. Philadelphia, Clement 4 {Dupont) Penalties Crisp Pha Butler R Joe Watson Pha Park R Third period 6. NY Rangers. Rosseau 2 (Tkaczuk. Fairbairn) Penalties tkaczuk R Van Impe Pha Dupont Pha La- jeunesse Pha Shots on goal by NY Rangers 4 10 9-23 Philadelphia 11 10 LOS ANGELES 1, ST. LOUIS 1 First Period: 1. Los Angeles, Widing 5 (Kozak, Harper) Penalties Bob Plager Awrey Unger St. Louis bench served by Gardner Second Period: No scoring. Penallies Corrigan Berry Harper Merrick Komadoski Third Period: 2. St. Louis Unger 2 (Ogilvie, Richardson) Penallies Berry Shots on goal by St. Louis 4 12 10 26 Los Angelas 10 7 9 26 Attendance 7.483 AJHL votes to retain anti-fighting rule RED DEER (CP) Direc- tors of the Alberta Junior Hockey League have voted un- animously to retain the Alberta Amateur Hockey Association's anti fighting rule which imposes game mis- conduct penalties for fighting. Citing overwhelming fan support. League President Jim Scoular of Calgary said Thursday "the operators all agreed the rule had enough promise to warrant a further test." It was put into effect Oct. 12 and was accompanied by a rule which imposes game mis- conduct penalties to any player who received two high- sticking penalties in one game. "They (the AJHL operators) were somewhat opposed to the high sticking rule but we don't see how you can have one without the other." said Scoular. "Without some deterrent for high sticking we are concern- ed players might resort to fre- quent stick work because fighting would get them ejected from the game." SHOOTERS The Cardston Trap Club held the 24th annual Jerry Cahoon Memorial at the Lethbridge Trap Grounds iast Sunday. Oav-d Wark. Moss'eigh. emerged the wmncr with 93x100 out of the combined singles 8 handicap event. Close on his heels were Lethbndge shooters. Dariene Woo and Ken Kotkas with 92x100. Dr. Noal Lethbridge. two time winner of the Cahoon Trophy, came in year a 88x100. .Ron WobicK. a Barons gunner and Dave Grafam. Stavely. turned in solid 91x100 to take 3rd spot. EVENT WINNERS: 16 yard smcles. Sai Anas 50x50. Ken Kotkas 50x50 Kotkas winner HANDICAP WINNERS: Isl Dave Wark. 47x50 2nd Dave Graham. Stavely -56x50 DOUBLES EVENT: Guy Cochlan. Siavely 46x50 HUNTING REPORT: Surprisingly. oopd rurnfer o' hunters are reporting good tiunVna m several .areas around the south Partridge numbers are very wilti iirnils being taken Ducks and ceese a'e probably Ihe hiQhest number To' many years. The season is new over a very good report as far as these animals are coic-erne-d 8y and latge. most big game hunters are ws.'ng as ihis be a vreal asset anvone ci'hp she ynusua! c" very large Iroohy. we would like lo 'i us tnpw and we'n be glad 10 repori in the Scoreboard SFDSTS Ml western Canada's leading sup- plier c! Quality 'ireqrms. target equipment, rrinsdrng supplies. Qpar. com- plete service 3Zf-rm st s. LETMBKIOQE. ALTA. Phorw KEN KOTKAS SOS HOBBS SHEILA KING DON MARINO ART BOURNE BROOKS Scoular said all directors expressed early dissatisfac- tion with the fighting rule but "have changed their minds as players and officials become more cognizant of it." Scoular. also president of the A AH A. said "We admit it isn't the end all and are open to any suggestion which may improve it." "But initial fan reaction has been most favorable. We also agree that to a certain extent, fighting is a part of the game and we would dearly love to come up with some method of retaining spontaneous fights. The new rule is aimed largely at premeditated acts which is the case in about 80 per cent of hockey fights. But the first step has to be to clean up the game. Hockey doesn't need brawling. It's a good enough game to get along without it." Reversing an earlier decision. AJHL. directors also voted at a meeting Wednesday in Calgary to grant a leave of absence to the Lethbridge Longhorns who withdrew this yesr because of their inability to negotiate the satisfactory rental agreement with the new Lethbridge Sportsplex. Also on Thursday, Scoular announced the suspension of Erie Switzer in his continuing crack-down to er.c fighting in the league. Svriizer. of Red Deer Rustlers was suspended for three games. A defenceman. has bren ojcclcd from three games since the league adopted the AAHA's new anti- fighting rule. the rule, players receive game misconduct penalties for fighting but Scouiar. also president of the AAHA. took it one step further in the AJHL by handing out suspensions for "continued disregard of the rule." Svriirer vras the third player this week to be suspended un- der the new rule. Earlier Ron Bignell of Spruce Grove and Don Renner of Taber received similar three-game suspen- sions. oroncos drub Bombers 6-3, Ingarfield happy with wins By THE CANADIAN PRESS Visiting teams won both games played Thursday in the Western Canada Hockey League, Lethbridge Broncos downing Flin Flon Bombers 6-3 and Victoria Cougars coming from behind to defeat New West- minster Bruins 5-3.. In Flin Flon, Trottier led the Broncos with two goals and two assists. The Broncos grabbed a 2-0 lead in the first period, were tied at 3-3 in the second, but came up with three unanswered goals ir. the third. Ron Delorme, Doug Gillespie, Greg Woods and Glen Tidey added singles. Replying for the Bombers were Mark Davidson, with two, and Dan Kuntz. Coach Earl Ingarfield was more than pleased to be heading home with two wins in Flin Flon. "Anytime you can win twice in Flin Flon you're going he said after the game. Once again, the fellows played a strong game both ways. Ingarfield indicated that Lome Molleken was again a standout. In the two Flin Flon games he allowed six goals but four came on Bomber power plays. Ingarfield had intended to use Rollie Booten in at least one of the games but Molleken has been so hot of late he decided the netminding change would come later. As for the penalties, 10 majors and two misconducts, Ingarfield pointed out the situation wasn't nearly that bad. What it boilded down to was inexperience on the part of the referee and one of his linesmen. "Just say we're on our way home to meet Edmonton Oil Kings Sunday said Ingarfield n closing. Woods, despite having awfully sore mouth, will not miss any games. About the only line up change for Sunday will be the insertion of Jerry Bancks. He will play right wing in his third game of a three- game tryout. In New the Cougars faced a 2-0 deficit after two periods but came around in the third to score five goals and take the game. It was Victoria's first victory in New Westminster in more than two years. Cougars were able to take charge after the Bruins lost their best defenceman Barry Beck following a second-period fight with Cougars' Greg Miazga. SCORED TWICE Dan Lucas, benched in the first period for a blunder that led the first New Westminster goal, scored twice for Vic- toria with singles coming from Mel Bridgman, Jim Gustafson and Irv Bowles. Mike Sleep scored two goals for New Westminster with the other from Mark Lofthouse. In the league's eastern play Thursday moved Lethbridge, with 13 points, into se- cond place, three points behind Saskatoon and Brandon. Regina was third with 12 points and Winnipeg and Flin Flon re- mained tied at the bottom with six points each. In the western division Victoria reraain- ed on top with 20 points. Medicine Hat holds second with 17 points, New West- minster third with 14 and Edmonton fourth with 11. Kamloops, with eight points, and Calgary with three trail in the division. League play resumes tonight with Brandon playing in Kamloops, Calgary at Regina and Medicine Hat at Saskatoon. BRONCOS 6 FLIN FLON 3 First period 1. Lethbridge. Trottier (Sutler. Tidey) 2. Lethbridge. Trottier (Tidey, Sutler) Penalties Samis L Dorman FF. Johnson L (majors) Sutler L. B. Davidson FF (minors and majors) Socond Period 3. Flin Flon. M. Davidson (Gosselin. McDill) 4. Lethbridge, Delorme (Woods, Jensen) 5. Flin Flon. M. Davidson (McDill, Gosselin) 6. Flin Flon, Kuntz (M. Davidson. Watson) Penalties Henderson L Henderson L, Jobson, Morgan L, Lee L Wishloff L (double n.inor) Delorme (game misconduct and Williams FF, Floch FF. Flem- ing FF Dorman FF (major and game mis- conduct) Kuntz FF, Gillespie L (majors) Samis L Millekin L (misconduct) Samis served) Third Period 7. Lethbridge, Gillespie (Trottier) 8. Lethbridge, Tidey (Sutler, Troltier) 9. Lethbridge, Woods Penalties Gillespie L Samis L Floch FF Tidey L Kehoe FF, Johnson L Fleming FF Shots on goal by Lethbridge 9 10 13 Flin Flon 10 13 9 32 Goaltenders: Swanson FF, Mollekin L. Attendance: 600. Johnson suspended Fj-azier down Walt Frazier of the New York Knicks suffered a severe eye injury Thursday night. He will be out for a week. MeLeod, Ginnell coach All-Stars SASKATOON (CP) Jack McLeod of Saskatoon Bladas and Pat Ginnell of the Victoria Cougars will share coaching duties for the Western Canada Hockey League All-Star team that will represent Canada at the World Junior Hockey Tour- nament at Winnipeg in December, it was announced today. Ed Chynoweth, league president, said the team will be managed by Del Wilson, General Manager owner of the Regina Pats, and Ernie McLean, coach of the New West- minster Bruins. He said McLeod served five years as coach of Canada's national team and, being familiar with international hockey, will be a "real asset" to the All-Stars. Chynoweth said the four men, two from each division of the WCHL, already have met twice to select the team and "although a tentative lineup has been drawn up. there could be numerous changes as players improve and our season progresses." Each of the league's 12 teams will be represented and there will be 24 players selected for the Ail-Star squad. The player's names are expected to be released within two weeks. The tournament will be held Dec. 26 to Jan. 5. SASKATOON (CP) Brandon Wheat King coach Norm Johnson has been suspended for three games, Ed Chynoweth, Western Hockey League president, an- nounced Thursday. Johnson was suspended because of his involvement with a referee Tuesday, following his club's 64 loss to the Edmonton Oil Kings. Brandon player Gerald Stoughton was suspended for game as a result of bump- ing the referee in the same game. "It shows very little leadership when a coach becomes embroiled with an Mr. Chynoweth said. f? 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