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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THI lETHIRIDGE HERALD Solurrfoy, November 4, Johnstone shows he can score By IAN MacLAlNK Canadian Press Staff Writer California's Golden Sea have looked to Joey Johnston give muscle power, but he h never been accused of showi a deft scoring touch. So it will be with some sal] faction the 23-year-old fro Peterborough, Ont., can poir to Friday's performan against Boston Bruins wh next he talks contract with Ca ifornia owner Charles Finley. Johnston scored three goa He also assisted on Wa McKechnie's tying score wh( the Seals came from a 6-3 del cit in the third period to gain 6-6 tie with the Bruins in one two National Hockey Leagu games on the West Coasl. In Vancouver, the Canuc] scored five unanswered goals the second and third periods rout New York Islanders 7-2. The Islanders are back in a don tonight at Los Angeles wi the upstart Kings who lead th NHL's Wast Division. Els where. Detroit Red Wings ar at Montreal Canadiens, Louis Blues visit Toronto Map Leafs, Pittsburgh Penguins ai at home to New York Ranger Buffalo Sabres meet (he Flyer in Philadelphia and Minnesot North Stars are at home to Ch cago Black Hawks. Toronto is in Atlanta Sunda for its first meeting with th Flames while the Banger move into Philadelphia, Bosto visits Vancouver, Pittsburgh at Detroit, Buffalo Sabres en tertain St. Louis and Califomi B in Chicago. TIES THE GAME Johnston, a rugged winge who compiled 107 penalty min utes and scored 15 goals in 77 games last year in his first fu NHL season, got his first goa unassisted with 15 seconds re maining in the first period for 1-1 tie. Boston, led by Greg Shep pard's two goals, had a 5-3 lea at the end of the second an Phil Esposito made it 6-3 earl in the third before Johnston McKecnme and defencemai Dick Redmond scored. Ross Brooks, who replace Eel Johnston alter the Boston veteran was stung for a 5-2 los by Los Angeles the previou night, faced 31 California shot while the Bruins fired 39 a Gille Meloche. Bob Lalonde broke up a 2-'. stalemate early in the seconc period and Gerry O'Flflherti tallied his first NHL goal foi the insurance score in the fin a Reduce the price of your car wash- when you fill your tank with gasoline at a Pacific 66 Car Wash! SUPERSOniC Car Wash 1819-3 AvenueS. IPs easy and convenient lo drive a clean car! We honorall credit cards approved by dealer before purchase Including We Care about you and your car That's a promise J minute of Ihe middle session I decide the game in Vancouvc before s sellout crowd of 15.57C O'Flaherty scored again a the Canucks widened their mai gin in the third period The game was delayed a of the third period whe Vancouver's Bobby Schmaut scored a dean decision ov nigged Brian Spencer. BOSTON 6, CALIFORNIA 6 First period 1. Boston, [Beverley) 2. Oakland, J. John -f, Le'rarr bolse Redmond O'Donne Stewart Cashman 12.32 Sli wart O'Riley 15.57, Vadnals, Slewai Second period 3. Boston, Shep pard 3 (Awrey, Marcolte) 4. Ca nla, Croleau 2 (Latramboise, Stt I) 0-.J.1-. S. Boston, Bucyk 6 (Wa Beverley) 4. California Boldirev 3 (Patrick, J. Johnston) 7. Boston, Bailey 4 (Sheppard, Awrey B. Boston Shepperd 4 (O'Reilly Marcotte) Penallies Smil Esposito Marshall Vad ais Third period 9. Boston, Esposil (Cashman, Hodse) ID. Cai fcrnla, J Johnslon S (Redmond, Me Kenile) 11. California, J. John ston 4 (McKechnle, Redmond) 12. California, McKcchnie 6 (J, Johr Patrick) Penallies Awre' Boldirev Shols on goal bf Boslon 10 California 10 II VANCOUVER J NY ISLANDERS First period 1 Vancouver, Bale (Lemieux, Lalonde) 2. N' Islanders, Spencer 2 (Westfall, Mai cnrnko) 5-56; 3. Vancouver. Scrrmauf (Kerns, Tannahill) 4. NY [s landers, Mikkelson 1 (Crisp, Black burn) Penalties Murrau Harris Lalonde Lefle- Lemieux Second period 5. Vancouver, La [onde 4 (Kurlenbach) 6. Vancou ver, O'Flanerty J (Leber) Pen ally Spencer Third period 7. Vancouver 0' Flaherty 2 'Wilkins, Wright) 8 Vancouver. Kurtenbach 4 (Maki) Vancouver, Guevremonl, 3iSch lUti. Boudrias'i Penalties Murrau Lever Spencei jr, and misconduct, chuk, Schmautz Bnd game mis- conduct Hargreaves shots on goal by New York....... 6 9 Vancouver....... IS 10 Jets follow advice By THE CANADFAN PRESS Winnipeg Jets have been tak- ing the advice of their coach, Bobby Hull, and firing at oppo- ilion goalies whenever the op- portunity arises. They've had relative success i the World Hockey Associ- tion, but. Friday not even Hull's influence could help hem against New York Raid- TS' Peter Donnelly. The Jots were on target 49 times, but the Raider rookie oaltender was equal to the ask and the New Yorkers won -6. While the Jets' emphasized hooting, the Raiders concen- rated on accuracy and beat eteran Ernie Wakely on nine f just 24 shots. IILERS SHARE LEAD In the only other game, Al- erta Oilers scored three sec- nd-period goals en roule to a -3 win over Houston Aeros to lare top spot in the WHA's Vestern Division with Winni- Philadelphia Blazers move ito Boston for an afternoon ame today wilh New England Whalers while night contests ave Quebec Nordiques at leveland Crusaders and Los ngeles Sharks visiting Chicago ougars. Victory costly to locals, meet Bears without Magierowski Tollestrup Phil (ed) in any gaps Pronghorns left Hy LLOYD YAMAGIS1II Herald Sjtorls Writer The Universily of Lelhbridgo Proughorns and the Unirersily of Albcrla Golden Bears earn- ed victories Friday night that moved them into the champion- ship final of Uie fourth annual Tii-Univcvsily Classic Basket- ball Tournament hosted by the U of L. The Pronghorns scored an impressive 75-48 decision over the University of Calgaiy Dino- saurs, but the victory was very costly, to say Iho least. Bill Magierowski, a star ]ffir- lormcr lor the Pronghorns, suf- fered a severe ankle Injury i_. and could possibly be out for the rest of the season. The injury came at the mark of the first half while he TWO THE HARD WAY Surrounded by Calgory Dinosaurs, Phil Tollestrup of lha University of Lethbridge Pronghorns puts up two poinls. Tollestrup turned in an excel- lent individual performance as he hooped 34 points for the locals as ihey.trimmed Calgary 75-48 in the second gome of Ihe Tri-University Classic. (Rick Ervin pholo) makes U clear Alouettes not for sale MONTREAL (CP) rgcr, owner of idles, made one thing clear HARVESTING 8'xI2'x35" BOX AND HOIST STOCK RACKS AND TARP Alio available for rent PINTO MAVERICK TORINO DUNLOP FORD SAIES LTD. 16th Avenue and M.M. Drivo S., Lolhbrldga Box 1234 Phone 328-884] FORD RENT-A-CAR SYSTEM Sam I to a prospective buyer at this point the Canadian Foot- ball league club is not for sale. Jim (King) Corcoran, the col- orful quarterback who said he would form a syndicate to buy Hip team when he left here in July, got this message from Bcrgcr. Corcoran was in Montreal to work on a CBC television pro- gram. N7ow a quarterback wilh a Chambcrsburg, Pa., semi-pro tonm, said he had come here with backing of a syndicate in Wash- ington, D.C. He said that two Washington men, builder Duke Bind and lawyer Don Chaiken, were in- cluded in the group. Corcoran said there wore at least two other Americans and two Cana dians involved. lir could no reveal their Corcoran said he was Ircatci courteously by Bcrger, but lhse Jaw 6 Regina 4 evan 4 Melville BRITISH COLUMBIA JUNIOR licton 3 Vancouver 2 WORLD ASSOCIATION Eastern NnW York Qunkcc N England Ollawa Phila. Wcilcr 8 Winnipeg Alucria Los Angeles Minnesota Chicago WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE Esslorn DvisFon W L T F A P Winnipeg Rcglna Medicine I New West 47 54