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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBPIDGE HERAID Monday, November 197Z Lose to Rustlers Saturday Sugar Kings split two after stopping Falcons MCCRACKEN SCORES FIRST OF TWO Brenl McCrocken fires 1he 7-5 for a split in Alberla Junior Hockey League games this weekend, puck past Jack Walker of the Drumheller Falcons Sunday evening. Me- Saturday night the Kings lost 5-1 to Red Deer Rustlers. Cracken scored twice as the Lethbridge Sugar Kings tripped the Falcons Tie games highlight National League play Sunday looked like f amil) reunion night By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer If, as they say in professions! sport, a tie is like kissing your sister, then there was a cu- riously high number of family reunions Sunday night in the National Hockey League. Four of tlie six scheduled games ended in stalemates. Pit Martin's goal with less than four minutes remaining salvaged a 3-3 tie for Chicago Black Hawks against California Golden Seals, Toronto Maple Leafs managed a 2-2 saw-off in Atlanta with the Flames and Lhe Pittsburgh Penguins at De- troit Red Wings and St. Louis Blues at Buffalo Sabres games enc'od in 1-1 lies. In games that decided a vic- tor, Boston Bruins rode an early 3-0 lead to a 4-2 win over Vancouver Canucks and New York Rangers put two quick power-play scores to advantage en route to a 3-2 victory over Philadelphia Flyers. Chicago, favored to repeat as West Division leaders, re- mained two points back of (ho surprising Lcs Angeles Kings who hung a 9-2 defeat Saturday on New York Islanders while the Jiawks stretched their los- ing streak to three games in dropping a 5-3 score to Min- nesota North Stars. Elsewhere Saturday, Mon- tr e a 1 Canadiens' unbeaten string ended al 13 games when they lost 4-2 to Detroit, Toronto beat St. Louis 4-2, Pittsburgh defeated the Rangers 6-A and Philadelphia turned back Buf- falo Sabres 5-3. The lone game Tuesday night finds Los Angeles at St. Louis. The Black Hawks, tier! for second with Philadelphia, came from one goal deficits three times to tie the game at Chi- cago. Martin's equalizer was a rising 40Jooter that just cleared goaltender Gilles Me- loche's shoulder. Defenceman Ron Harris' first goal of the season midway through the third period offset Toronto's go-ahead score by Dave eighth of the Atlanta Euppriers getting their first taste of major league hockey. The Red Wings whistled 37 Home victories scarce Sharks, Jets in lead By THE CANADIAN PRESS For a team that doesn't often win at home, Los Angeles Sharks are making the most of only their road (rips. The Sharks produced More sport on page 8 Lher second victory at home Sunday in Hie early World Hockey Association schedule, 4- 0 over Houston Acros, but it kept them atop the Western Di- vision standings with Winnipeg Jets. The .lets mainlaincd a share nf first with a 3-1 victory' over New York Raiders while Ot- tawa Nationals turned back Al- berta Oilers 5-3, Quebec Nor- diques beat Chicago Cougars 3- 2 and Minnesota Fighting Saints defeated the hapless Philadelphia Blazers 3-1. Cleveland Crusaders contin- ued to pace the Eastern Divi- sion race with a 5-3 victory Sat- urday over second-place Que- bec as Los Anpcles checked Chicago 3-2 and New England beat Philadelphia M. Tonight the Whalers entertain Winnipeg. Russ Gillow turned aside 25 Houston shots and goals by Gerry Odrowskl and Bill Young 59 seconds apart in the second Givoux's goal at period produced a 3-0 lead and of (ho third period climaxed a secured the Los Angeles vie- J lory. Bart Crashley in the first pe- riod and Gary Sutherland in the third completed the Sharks' -out as Houston goalie Wayne Rulledge faced 39 shots in front of fans, 20 in the final pe- RUNG COALDALE CURLING RINK INDIVIDUAL CLUB MEMBERSHIP MARRIED COUPLE MEMBERSHIP STUDENT MEMBERSHIP Mixed Srraigh> Draw Curling For Members CASUAL CURLING GROUP CURLING Ciub Msmbers Free Others per sheet per game Regular Weekly Basil per sheet per game BONSPIELS NEGOTIABLE Positive Reservations May Bo Mado Monday through Friday before p.m. Drop In Curlers May Rent IF Ico Is Available FEES COLLECTED AT THE RINK For RosorvaHons, Furllior Information and Membership! Contact COALDALE RECREATION OFFICE Phono or Write Box 869, CoulcJalc, Alberta riod. The Jets, unable lo solve Raider goaltender Peter Don- nelly in Friday's 9-f> loss (onk a 5-0 lead in tire first period on goals by Larry Ho'nung. Danny Johnson and Ab McDonald. And veteran Joe Daley, slung for nine goals on 24 shots Fri- day, held the Raiders in check for 1795 Winnipeg fans al- though he wasn't called on [o make a save until the 28-sccond mark of the second period. Brian Perry broke his shutout bid with a power-play score in the third period. 2 fl LEAD The Oilers lost a chance lo share first in the west with Los Angeles and Winnipeg when they blew a 2-0 lead in front of Edmonton fans. Bob Leduc, Ron Climle. Wayne Carleton, Cecil Meloff and Bob Chaclebois shared the Ottawa goals as the Nationals overcame a 3-2 Alberta lead three unanswered goals in the third period. Ron Wallers, Ross Perkins and Bob Wall scored for the Oilers. Quebec where 020 fans watched the Cougars take a 2-0 lead on goals by Bob Sieinski and Bob Whillock. Jim HcLeod, in the Chicago goal, faced a barrage of 42 Quebec .shots as the Kordiques rebounded on second-period goals by Alain Caron and Jiichcl Parizeau. Quebec goalie Serge Aubry, returned from a two-game suspension for throwing waler al a was nailed with a spearing penalty in the third period during a minor skirmish in front of the Nordiques' goal. The Blazers, who have won just two games and trail fifth- place Ottawa in the Eastern race by nine points, suffered Iheir llth setback on the strength of Fred Speck's two pirJs, his net. econd into an empty shots at Pittsburgh goaltender Jim Rutherford in the Olympi but were still hard-pressed to the tie. Mickey Redmond's goal of the third period evene the score after the Penguin had gone ahead on Syl Apps scoreless tie-breaker 47 second into the final 20 minutes. The stalemate at Buffalo was the second of the year hctwee the Sabres and Elues and Tea turedi solid goaltending by St Louis' Jacques Caron and Dav Dryden of the home club. EAGEll CONTESTANT The game was twjce delayet by brief skirmishes in Uie sec ond period. St. Louis defen ceman Steve Durbano, who was involved in the initial disturb- ance with team-mate Mik Murphy and Buffalo's Larry Hillman and Tracy Pratt, a five-minute major for a later fight with Sabre rookie Rlc Dudley. The champio Bruins tallied three goals in th first period at Vancouver the were forced to hold on in th raggedly-played contest. Boston directed 36 shots Canucks' goaltender Ed Dyck 17 in the last period when Phi Esposito produced the insur ance score. Power-play goals at Plu'la cMphia by Brad Park nnd Roc Gilbert wiped out a 20 Phila delphia lead and Bobby Rousseau scored the winns unassisted with under two min ules remaining in the scconi period. Hill wiis il all SAN ANTONIO, Tex. TAP) 'I just thank God I didn't have ;o make any o[ those little ol1 three-and four-foot putts to save Mike Hill said. He didn't. At least until Ihe last hole and it didn't matter :hen as the 33-year-old Hill carved out a G9 in the final round Sunday to turn back the challenge of Lee Trevino and win the revived Texas Open golf tournament. WE ARE NOW AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR BAUER SKATES Wp also feature n SKATE SWAP Sharpened New Loeci Shi nod Sanitized PAIR APPROX...... Lethbridge Honda Centre 1M7 2 Avo. S. Ph. 327-6889 Clewed Vonrlny Dpcn Tliurj. ond fri. till 9 p.m, "Ampin Irr.n Pnrluorj" eekend scorers By THE CANADIAN PRESS SUNDAY Pillsliurgli 1 Detroit 1 Redmond. St. Louis 1 Burfao 1 St. Marseille; Robitaillc. NY Rangers .1 Philadelphia 2 NY Gil- bert, Rousseau; Phlla- Clement. Toronto 2 Atlanta 2 Kcon; At- Harris. Itostnn 4 Vancouver 2 B o s I o Hodge, V a finals, Esposito; Van- couver Mrlci, Tyemieux. Olitornia 3 Chicago 3 Johnston, Eoldircv, Laframboisc; Chi- Ogilvie, Mikila, Mar- tin. SATURDAY 4 Montreal 2 Red- mond, Collins, Eerenson; M o n t r c a Mahovlich, Coumoyer. Toronto 4 St. Louis 2 2, Kehoc, Henderson; St. bano, Egers. Pittsburgh 6 NY Hangers P 111 s li u r g h Hexlall, 2 Edestrand, Schock, Harba- ruk, Shack; NY Tkaczuk, Gilbert, Falrbairn, Stcmkowski. I.os Angeles 9 NY Islanders 2 Ixis Angeles Gonng 3, Backstrom 2, Corrigan, Berry, Widing, Venasky; NY Brown. Philadelphia 5 Buffalo 3 2, Barber, Saleski, Bladon; Lorentz, L. Hillman. Minnesota 5 Chicago 3 M i n n c s o t a-Hextall 2 Goldsworthy 2, Drouin; Chi- 3. IT'S ON" THE TABLE, PET -I'LL GET ME COAT BREAK v- LIKES ANYTHINM By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Victories have been few and far between for the Lethbridge Sugar Kings this winter in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. At present the locals have just three wins in 10 outings but coach Craig Simmoas re- mains somewhat optimistic.. Kings, which" is no score! to anyone, got off to a slow start in all aspects of the game. Front office dlssention led to the club's starting training camp late and without a coach. But tilings began to take snaps Sunday evening before 400 fans at Henderson Ice Cen- tre. The Kings, with Brent Mc- Cracken leading the way, up- ended Drumheller Falcons 7-5 to earn a weekend split. The Kings were dumped 5-1 by Red Deer Rustlers Saturday night. McCracken scored twice as the Kings led throughout. They built up a 3-1 lead after one period and made it 5-3 before splitting four goals in the final stanza. The last time Drum- heller visited Lethbridge they won The other Sugar King goals were scored by Al Marchuk, Dave Litchficld, Marty Max- well, Pete McMahon and Kev- in Knibbs. Ryan Wecker replied with two goals for the Falcons, while Gary Bembridge, Greg Clem- mens and Terry Curry had single markers. Sugar Kings led 3-1, alter the first period and 5-3 after the second. LOTS OF PENALTIES Twelve of the 22 penalties in the game went to Lethbridge, including two misconducts and a major. Drumheller drew a game misconduct, a misconduct and a major. Jack Walker made 41 saves in the Drumheller goal, while Phil Wandlcr stopped 40 In the Lethbridge nets. Saturday night, Red Deer Rus'lers, paced by the two-goal perfromancc of Reg Kinch, downed the Kings 5-1. Rod Deer commanded most of the game, holding period leads of 3-0 and 3-1. Dale Bingham, Barry Lassi- ter fnd Terry Wittchen were the other Red Deer marksmen. Tim O'Donnell got the lone Lethbridge goal. Don Stcphenson had a rela- tively light evening in the Red Deer nets. He turned aside 22 shots, while Wandlcr kicked out 38 for the Kings. The teams split 20 minor penalties. In Blairmore Rick Austin scored two goals to lead the Pass Red Devils to a 4-3 league victory over Red Deer Rustlers Sunday. Brent Simm and Rob Slock- hart scored the other goals for the Pass, a new southern Al- berla entry in the league this year. Brian Stcphenson, Barry Lassiter and Reg Kinch re- plied for the Rustlers. Red Deer outshot the Pass 38-37 and had five of 12 penal- lies. Each team was assessed two majors for- fighting Meanwhile in Calgary two- ;oal performances by Mark Lomenda and Blalnc McLeod sparked Calgary Canucks to an 8-5 victory over Edmonton Mets Sunday. Calgary opened up a 3-0 lead n the first period and were ihead 4-1 going into the final 20 minutes of the penalty-mar- red contest. Canucks were assessed a lot- -il of 63 minutes in penalties, which included six major calls RED DEER 5, LETHBRIDGE 1 Red Deer, Lassllcr Wllc'hen f Kinch) 3. Kinch (Hou- Zapurnluk) Pfnalllcs And Hart del and Wltchen Hart Second Letft. O'Donnell McMahon, ClelBnd) Tordolf Dillon minor, misconduct and name, mls- crnducl) 951, Chnlmers, Smftll WITchon Lllchfltld, Lowry Tnlrd pcrlod-J. Red Deer, Kinch Wllchen) Chnlm- rs Kinch O'Donnell .Icphenson O'Donnell LETHDRIDGI 7, DRUMHELLBR S si 1. Drum. Wpckfr 14.1. 1 McCracken (WciMnd, 3. Ldh. KnlbM Wflndlrr, KllnkhftnimflD 4. Lfllh. McMatlon Pflnallici-CIc- nd Ch.ilmnrs (misconduct) :44. Rrwlh Hutul Kllnk- liointr 11.03, V.'fflland minor, mhconriuct) Second Lelh. Mflxwftll