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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Hutt, still looking for first goal for Jets Bruins don't have any trouble scoring By THE CANADIAN PRESS If there is any reason for Bos- ton Bruins' apparent slow start this season in the National Hockey League, it is not a lack of scoring punch. The Bruins, defending Stanley Cup champions, have teen vic- tims of sloppy defensive play all season, due mainly to the defection of some key players to the rival World Hockey Asso- ciation and the absence of Bobby Orr, still recovering after a knee operation. But there has never been any- thing wrong with their scoring and they demonstrated this again Thursday night by over- powering Detroit Red Wings 8-3 in one of three NHL games scheduled. In other games. Plu'ladelphia Flyers outlasted Chicago Black Hawks 5-3 and Buffalo Sabres and California Golden Seals played to a 00 lie. Despite Boston's fourth place in the NHL's East, the Bruins arc the highest-scoring team in their fact in the whole league. In 15 games they have scored 66 goals, six more than either Montreal Canadiens, first in the East, or Los Angeles Kings, first in the West. But their defensive record has teen awful. They have given up 57 goals, second worst in (he league and only three less than New York Islanders, one of two expansion teams in the NHL this season. The loss of Gerry Chccvers, BOSTON 6, DETROIT 3 First period i Boslon, Esposlto 0 fCashman, Hodge) 2. Boslon, Wallon 3 (Smith, Stanlield] 3. Boslon, Esposito 10 Bucyk, Hodge) Penallics Bergman Espo- silo misconduct Boucha Second period 4. Delroll, Red- mond 7, 5. Boslonr Bucyk B (HoHge, Esposilo) 6. Boslon, Cashman (Hodge, Esposlto) Penalties __ Dclvecchlo Smll.h Hodge O'Reilly Third period 7. Boslon, Cashmnn 5 l Hodge, Esposllo) 6- Delrolt, Charron 4 [Fontaine, Bergman) V. Delroll, Fonlaine i (Bergman, Char- ron) 5-J9; ID Boston, Walton 4 (Bai- ley, 11. Boston, Mar- rolle 7 (O'Reilly, Sheppard) Penallics None. Shots on goal by Delroll 3 7-23 Boslon 14 13 PHILADELPHIA S, CHICAGO 3 First period 1. Philadelphia, Mac- Loish 7 (Dornhoefer. Barber) 2. Philadelphia, Macl.eish B [ClarHe, Bla- don) 6rlB, 3. Philadelphia, Clcmenl 5 (Kelly, Saleskl) 4. Chicago, Pap- pin 5 (While. Hull) Penallles Magntson Walson Kelly Second period No sccring. Ptnal- lles Magnuson, Schullz, Saleskl Polvin Third period 5 Chicago, Hull 9 fAngolll, Pappln) 8'53, fi. Philadel- phia, MacLeish 9 (Barber, Dornhoe- ter) 7. Chicago, Maloncy 4 fKor- oll. While) B. Philadelphia, Clarke s (Clement, Walson) Penalties Schullz major Mac- Ldsh Shots on goal by Chicago 13 1S-M PhilBdcIphia 9 IS BUFFALO 0, CALIFORNIA 0 First p-riod No scoring. Penal- ties Pratt Lalramboise Redmond Schocnteld Second period No scoring. Penal- ties Redmond Horton Prall Marshall J. John- tlon, Schocntold maiors Third period. No scoring. Penal- lics Robert McAneeloy minors, majors 6hols on goal by California 7 12 4-33 Buffalo 5 fl their top goalie, and forwards like Derek Sanderson and John McKenzie to the WHA, have hurl the Bruins, and the ab- sence of Orr's defensive skills is showing in the standings. Phil Esposito led the way Thuuday night, scoring two goals and assisting on three oth- ers against Ked Wings. The goals by Esposito, the NHL's defending scoring cham> pion, were his ninth and 10th of the season. His ninth goal, a backhander less than two min- utes in to the opening period, appeared to ignite the Bruins. Mike Walton scored on a long shot a few seconds later and Esposito scored on a power play to give the Bruins a 3-0 lead before five minutes of the first Ken Hodge, playing on a line with Esposito, had five assists. The Red Wings, who now have a record of seven wins, live losses and one lie after winning their first six games, got goals form Mickey Red- mond, Guy Charron and Len Fontaine. Bobby Hull is still looking for his first goal in the World Hockey Association, but there are few in the new professional THERE WAS THIS WERE VER BLOKE STANbIN1 IN HAVIN' A THE MlbbLE OF THE STREET; THROWIN MONEV -IMSPICKIN IT UP AN1 SoTlGIVIN'lTBACK 000.' NASTV, PET Davidson, WHA willing to settle out of court OTTAWA (CP) The World Hockey Associalion said Thurs- day it is willing to sellle differ- ences with the National Hockey League out of court. But it warned that if the NHL insists on continuing court ac- sports menu TONIGHT Exhibition WiKetboll. LCI Rams vs Juniors 8pm. Lelhbrldge Col- legiate Inslltutt. SATURDAY Central Alberle Junior H o c k ey League. Oyen vs Native Soni I p m. af ffifl Kenderion Centre. SUNDAY Cenlral Albcrla League. Hanna vs Junior H o c k ey Native Sons at 2 al Henderson Ice Cenlre. Commercial M e n 's Broomball League. Knlghl Clubbers vs Honda p.m.; Sunburst Ceramics vs Fior- Rovers p.m.; Corccllonal In- slifutlon vs Wellerllch bridgi Loth- P Hold vs Local 740 's Upholstery vs Liberty ._.. :30 p.m. AM games staged it Iht Civic ice Centre. Wovtco HUNTING SPECIAL Imperial 12 Gauge SHOT SHELLS High velocity, long range. Shot sizes BB, 2, 4, 5, Box icity, long range. 3.29 DUCK DECOYS Slrong, durable rubber construction. Floating lypo wllh realislic coloring. EACH 1 .99 Open Daily 9 n.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 025 Mayor Magrath Drive lion to its controvers- ial reserve clause, the WHA will seek to Invalidate all NHL contracts. WHA president Gary David- son made the offer and issued the warning at a news confer- ence here in wake of an in- junction granted by a Philadel- phia district judge preventing enforcement of the clause. The clause, which lies a player to his team for life un- less traded, sold or relaesed, has held former NHL players like Bobby Hull from playing in the WHA. Philadelphia Judge A. Leon Higginbotham issued the in- junction on the application of Johnny MacKenzie, who joined Philadelphia Blazers from Bos- ton Bruins. MacKenzie's con- tract had beeji sold to the NHL Philadelphia Flyers. Judge Higginbotham said the injunction would, "maintain a status quo" in hockey until a final decision was brought down. Davidson said the present in- junction would probably "go all the way to the S u p r e me Court." "We didn't want to go to liti- gation, we'd rather fight them (NHL) on the ice. It would be to our advantage !o drop litiga- tion, win, lose or he said. Asked about the possibility of a common draft between the WHA and the NHL, Davidson said llial his league "would ralhcr shoot for all the player5." Bobby Hull, whose way to play with the WHA Winnipeg Jets was cleared by the U.S injunction, said he was excitec the court's decision. It would enable him and other players to make the WHA com- parable to Ihe NHL. In Montreal, NHL president Clarence Campbell refused to comment on the WHA offer. "I have no observation to make at the Mr Campbell said. Athletics defeat LCC 9-6 The Labor Cllub Athletics de feated the Lethbridge Commu- nity College 9-6 in the only City Recreation Hockey L e a g ue game staged Thursday nighl. The Labor Club grabbed a 3-2 lead after the first period and extended it to 74 alter Ihe second. Tim Negrcllo paced the win- ners with a Ihi-ee-goal perfor- mance while Mel Zatylny and Al Rowntree chipped in with two apiece. Al Willis and Jim Culver add- ed solo markers in the win. Joe Hemsling, Blake Camer- on, Cal Olscn, Brian Jesson, Cam Hodgen and Norm Me- Halis handled the scoring for the LCC. In games Wednesday the University of Lethbridge dou- bled tlie score, 4-2, on the Com- munity College. In the second game the Miners' Library stop, pcd Purity Bottling 4-1. Lethbridge Sash and Door PRODUCTS AND SERVICES WINDSHIELDS INSULATED SEALED PICTURE WINDOWS PLEXIGLAS MIRRORS GLASS All TYPES ALUMINUM STORE FRONTS ALUMINUM DOORS AND WINDOWS ARISTOCRAT WOOD WINDOWS ARISTOCRAT WOOD CUPBOARDS and CABINETS ALUMINUM SIDING and AWNINGS GARAGE DOORS and HARDWARE BLACKBOARDS and TACKBOARDS HARDWOOD and SOFTWOOD LUMBER PLYWOODS LETHBRIDGE Corner Silt Ave., 4lll Si. S. Phone 327-1511 hockey league who doubt it will be long In coming. After all the Golden Jet, who terrorized goalies in the Na- tional Hockey League with his woming slapshots, has only played Iwo games in the WHA, and in each he has picked up an assist. His second assist came Thurs- day night when Hull's Winnipeg Jets downed Ottawa Nationals 4- 1 before fans in Ottawa. The win moved the Jets into a three-way tie for first place in the Western Division with Los Angeles Sharks and Alberta Oil- ers, who dumped the Sharks 7-2 in Edmonton in the only other scheduled game. The 33-year-old Hull, who signed this year as player-coach o( the Jets, played his first game Wednesday night after a ruling by a U.S. distinct court judge in Philadelphia called for a preliminary injunction pre- venting the NHL from enforcing its controversial reserve clause. In that game against Quebec Les Nordiques, Hull picked up an assist. Fridoy, Novimbtr 10, 1971 THE LETHMIDGI HHALB Record pay-off split Athletics fill pockets NEW YOBK (AP) Oak- land's moustachioed Athletics, Including their unlikely hero, Gene Tenace, will receive a record each for win- ning baseball's World Series. The losing Cincinnati Reds get each. A biggest ever World Series pol of was carved up Thursday by commissioner Bowie Kuhn. The Athletics and Reds bagged most of it, but 10 other major-league teams got smaller shares. Oakland's total payoff was for winning the seven game World Series. It was split into 27 full shares plus lesser amounts for 27 others, including batboys and clubhouse help. Cincinnati awarded 32 full paycheques from its and listed 15 persons for cash grants. Detroit Tigers, who dropped the American League final playoffs 3-2 to Oakland, will re- ceive full shares of 56.B59.77 for almost making It. Thirty two persons participated. National League playoff run- ner-up Pittsbugh Pirates earned each in post- season money. The Pirates lost the league championship series 3-2 to the Reds. FULL-SHARE GARNERS Other teams drawing full shares included Houston Astros, Chicago Cubs, Boston Red Sox, Chicago White Sox, Baltimore Orioles, Minnesota Twins, 22; Los Angeles Dogers, and New York Mete, With records falling at every financial tu-n, the World Series and playoffs grossed 475.99 with the Series itself pulling in The previous record [or indivi- dual payoffs in the World Series was set in 1969 series between New York Mets and Baltimore Orioles. Each member of the winning Mets received Each of.the Orioles got Listed for full shares by the Oakland club were manager Dick Williams and Tenace plus Sal Bando, Vida Blue, Bert Campaneris. Dave Duncan, Mike Epstein, Rollie Fingers, Dick Green, Dave Hamilton, Mike Hegan, Ken Holtzman, I Joel Horlen, Callish Hunter, Reggie Jackson, Harold Kntrwlcs, Bob Locker, Angel Mangual, Blue Moon Odom, Joe Rudi, Larry Brown, Bill Pose- del, Vern Hoscheit, ITV Noren, Jerry Adair, Joe Homo and George Hendrick. Cincinnati skipper Sparky An- derson was joined in the lull share category by Johnny Bench, Jack Billingham, Pedro Borbon, Clay Carroll, Darrel Chaney, Dave Concepclon, George Foster, Cesar Gero- nirno, Ross Grimsley, Don Gul- lett, Joe Hague, Tom Hall, Ju- lian Javier, Jim McGlothlin, Hal McRae, Denis Menke, Joe Morgan, Gary Nolan, Tony Perrez, Bill Plummer, Pete Rose, Wayne Simpson, Ed Sprague, Bob Tolan, Ted Uh- larnder, Bernie Stowe, Larry Starr, Larry Shepard, Alex Gammas, Ted Kluszewski and George Scherger. LAFLEUJl OUT MONTREAL (CP) Guy Lafleur, sophomore right wing- er with Montreal Canadiens, likely will be out of National Hockey League action for an- other 10 days to two weeks, a club spokesman said Thursday. IN TIME DID YOU KNOW- 60% of all stopping is done by your front wheels. Then be prepared with Safety Spike front tires for added braking protection. WITH A SET OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE MO-TIRES1 with SAFETY SPIKES OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. 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