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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, November 18, 1974 DISNEYLAND and CALIFORNIA 18 day tour Depart Lethbrldgo January 16, 1975 February 15, 1975 Priced at only par parson doubla occupancy ART WSLLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Herald Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Loww 7th Strwt Shopping Mall Albtrtt PhOM (403) 328-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS Broncos sparked by Woods, Jensen as they belt Bruins 11-6 ANDY CAPP a first time for everything they say By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor It was a night of firsts for the Lethbridge Broncos Sunday evening at the Sportsplex. Broncos shook off a slow start and trounced New Westminster Bruins 11-6 in a Western Canada Hockey League game witnessed by fans. Sunday's one-sided victory marked the first time this year the Broncos have gone into double figures and also turned out to be the night of first-goals for three rookies. "We're finally getting some luck around the op- position's net said Bronco coach Earl Ingarfield. "The fellows really played well through most of the game." Broncos trailed the Bruins 3-2 after the first 20 minutes. Broncos had taken a 2-0 lead before the game was six minutes old but then relaxed and it cost them. Outscoring the Bruins 3-1 in the second gave the locals an edge they never relinquished. "That scoring spurt at the start of the third period was a big lift for added Ingarfield. The coach was referring to three goals in 51 seconds. They also scored three more in less than three minutes later in the period to salt away the win. The win moved the Broncos into sole-possession of se- cond place in the east division. "We needed that win to start our road trip stated the coach. The Broncos leave for Regina Tuesday where they will meet the Pats. They then head for Brandon and Winnipeg Thursday and Friday respectively. They return home to meet Saskatoon Blades on Grey Cup day. Bryan Trottier, Brian Sutler, Alec Tidey and Garth Morgan paced the Broncos with two goals each. Singles came off the sticks of Stan Jensen, Jerry Bancks and Archie Henderson. For Morgan, Bancks and Henderson, all rookies, their markers were the first of the year for them. New Westminster, who arrived with the reputation of engaging in animal tactics oft times but left housebroken, got goals from six players, Kelly Secord, Steve Clip- pmgdale, Clayton Pachal, Mark Lofthouse, Al Cameron and Harold Philliphoff. The visitors got the nod on nine of 15 minor penalties called in the game. The two clubs split a pair of-majors while the lone misconduct of the game went to the Bruins' Barry Beck. Rookie Bancks got the Broncos off on the right foot as he combined with Jensen and Greg Woods on a beautiful three-way passing play. Bancks took Woods' pass slipped in front and backhanded a shot past Gordon Laxton in the New Westminster nets. Sutler's first goal was a deflection off a shot from the point by newcomer Wade Smith. Trailing 2-0 Secord, Clippingdale and Pachal scored on Broncos' Lome Molleken before the period ended. Ingarfield replaced Molleken at the starl of the se- cond period wilh Rollie Boulin. "Molleken just wasn't up for the said the coach. In defence of his number one net minder he added that these things happen, Molleken just wasn't sharp. Broncos seemed to take on a new life with rookie Boutin in the nets as they held the Bruins from their first shot until the mark of the middle period. Before the Bruins, who scored on the shot, got going Trottier and Jensen had given the Broncos a 4-3 lead. Lofthouse beat Boutin and tied it up at four apiece before Tidey sent the Broncos ahead to stay. In sudden quickness the Bruins were all but out of the picture as Trottier scored at of the third period followed by Sutter at and Morgan at Morgan, Tidey and Henderson closed out the Bronco scoring offsetting meaningless goals by Philliphoff and Cameron. Broncos, who held two goal leads twice in the game before running away in the third, fired 37 shots at Laxton while Bruins tested Molleken 11 times and Boutin 15. LOOSE PUCKS Sunday's three stars were all Bron- cos, Stan Jensen, Greg Woods and Garth Morgan Jensen has come into his own in his last two outings and is playing just great Broncos as a team picked up 31 points Sunday night The love affair between Archie Henderson and the local fans, which needed some kindling for awhile, is back at full strength When Arch popped in his first goal of the year he received a standing ovation He got a partial one again when they announced his goal Bruins scored twice on power plays as did the Broncos Once again a rather quiet game, very little rough stuff. Even Ernie McLean, known for his antics behind the New Westminster bench, is mellowing with age, at least away from home Broncos have Rick Durston up on a three game trial from the Pass Red Devils Broncos held the Bruins at bay until the mark of the first period and until the mark of the se- cond before they got shots on goal. They had only four in the entire second period. LETHBRIDGE 11 NEW WEST 6 Firat Period: 1. Lethbridge, Bancks (Woods, Jensen) 2. Lethbridge, Sutter (Trottier, Smith) 3. New Westminster, Secord (Rolin, Sleet) 4. New Westminster Clippingdale (Smith, Pachal) 5. New Westminster, Pachal (Maxwell) Penalties McNeice NW Cameron NW Samis L (minor, Philiphoff NW Beck NW. (misconduct) 13-09 Henderson L Second Period: 6. Lethbridge. Trottier (Sutter, Delorme) Lethbridge. Jensen (Smith, Woods) 8. New Westminster Lofthouse (Schmyr, Philliphoff) 9. Lethbridge, Tidey (Woods, Jensen) Penalties Barry NW Smith NW 11-54 Cameron NW Lutz L Third Period: 10. Lethbridge. Trottier (Smith, Regier) 11. Lethbridge, Sutter (Gillespie, Jensen) 12. Lethbridge, Morgan (Wishloff. Bancks) 13. New Westminster. Philliphoff (Lotf house) 14. Lethbridge, Morgan 15. Lethbridge, Tidey (Jensen. Woods) 16. Lethbridge, Henderson (Trottier. Durston) 17. New Westminster. Cameron (Fleck) Penalties Secord NW Maxwell NW Morgan L, Cameron NW Lutz L 8-10 Regier L Rolin NW Shots on goal by: New Westminster 11 4 11__26 Lethbridge 13 14 Goal Laxton, New Westminster; Molleken, Boutin, Lethbridge Attendance ENJOY IT, MATE YOU'RE INDEPENDENT AT LAST! OF YOUR OWN RATE YEAH, INDEPENDENT AT LAST; PROVIDE 'APPENS! YEAH, PROVIDIN1- ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Divltion EC Suns gain split Saskatoon Lethbridge Brandon ___ L 1 ..12 3 3 ..10 7 2 ...9 9 3 9 11 1 Winnipeg Flin 8 5 ..2 15 3 s t n JENSEN BACKHANDS ONE PAST LAXTON Cougars add to lead over Tigers By The CANADIAN7 PRESS Victoria Cougars extended their streak and Medicine Hat Tigers broke theirs in Western Canada Hockey League week- end play. The Cougars downed Regina Pats 5-3 Sunday for their eighth victory in a row and an eight-point edge over second- place Medicine Hat in the west division. The Tigers had a five-game winning streak terminated in Saturday's only game, losing 7-6 to Kamioops Chiefs. In other Sunday games. Winnipeg Clubs downed Brandon Wheat Kings 6-1, Kamloops Chiefs defeated Calgsry Centennials 5-3, Lethbridge Broncos trounced New Westminster Bruins 11-6 and Saskatoon Blades beat Edmonton Oil Kings 5-3. Dan Lucas" second goal of the game broke a tie for Vic- toria's win against Regina. The Cougars led 1-0 after the first period and the teams tied 2-2 after the second. Jim Gustafson also scored for the winners, his see- on 5 intc an --mpty net. Al Hill thr other. Jon Hammond V.TJI Al Dumba with for IV- Pats. 501 unan- goals in the second pe- for their victory against Mc-tJK.-ine Hat. Darry] Fenner scored three goals for the Chiefs and Brad fiassoff had two while singles wrrr notrhed by No] Lyseng and K'jb Flrykbart. Mf.T3k.ine Hat got goals from -Jeff Morris Lukowich. Vaughan, Dor Myrdofh. Tom Bast, and wide open by scoring on a penalty shot "at of the third period. Gordon Blumensheim with two goals. Larry Skinner, Kel- ly Greenbank and Steve Plouffe got the other Winnipeg goals. Doug Murray got Bran- don's only goal. SASKATOON 5 EDMONTON 3 Period: 1. Edmonton. Will (Sadler. McDonald) 2. Saskatoon. Williams (B. Chapman. R. Chapman) 3. Saskatoon. George (Leggott. D. Chapman) Penalties Rissling E George S. G. Soetaert E Johnston E Peterson E G Soelaert E George S Maze E Sadler E Babych E major! Leggott S (minor major) Perkins E Second Period: 4. Edmonton. Rissling (Sadler. Will) 5. Saskatoon. George (Peters. D. Chap- man) 6. Saskatoon. Arndt (Leggott. B. Chapman) 7. Saskatoon. Williams 8. Edmon- ton. Phillips (Sadler. Maze) Penalties Will E Babych E Swales E Federko S Leggott S Mulvey E (double minor) Hoffmeyer S Bucyk E G. Soetaert E Peters S. D. Soetaert E Leggoit S Lecuyer E (major, miscon- duct) Mulvey E (minor, major, Williams S (major) G. Soetaert E. Hoffmeyer S Mulvey E (game miscon- duct) Third Period: No scoring. Penalties Goertz S Peterson E Johnston E Hoffmeyer S Lecuyer E (major B. Chapman 3 Perkins E (game misconduct) Peterson E Shots on goal by: Edmonton 6 6 Saskatoon 19 19 Goaltenders: D. Soetaert. Edmon- ton; Oleschuk. Saskatoon. Attendance 1.618. WINNIPEG 6 BRANDON 1 First Period: 1. Winnipeg. Blumenschein (Greenbank. Wagner) Penalties Parker B Rollins W 16'58 Melnyk 8 Second Period: 2. Winnipeg. broke a 2-1 game Barber rink tops Garonne Barber, left and her mates won the first event at the opening club bon- spiei for the Lethbridge Curling Club women. With Barber were from the left, Pat McAlister, Ann Louise Plaxton and Use Stewart. Skinner (Warren. McCarthy) 3. Brandon. Murray (Good. Stoughton) Penalties Stevens B Girardin W Good B. Girardin W Rollins W (minor, misconduct) Sheardown B Third Period: 4. Winnipeg. Meagher 5. Winnipeg. Biumenschein (Greenbank. Warren) 6. Winnipeg. Greenbank (Skinner. Meagher) 7. Win- nipeg. Plousse (Eakin) Penalty Ashton B Shots on goal by: Winnipeg 13 9 Brandon 9 1C Goal Bannerman. Winnipeg; Hanlon. Brandon. Attendance 2.412. KAMLOOPS 5 CALGARY 3 First Period: 1. Calgary. Lestander (Fynn. Hodgson) 2. Calgary. Fynn Penalties Lyseng K Kerr K Flockhart K B. McLean C Glendenning C Singer K Second Period: 3. Kamloops. Flockhart 4. Kamloops. McAloney (Young. Topolinsky) 5. Kamloops. Zinger (Dyer) Penalties Zinger K LaLonde C. Hodgson C. Dyer K Third Period: 6 Calgary. D McLean (Ashby. Lestander) 7. Kamloops. Lysena (Ferner. Gassof) 8. Kamioops. Flockhart (Young) Ks.-nloops 6 13 Calgary 14 7 Gcal Prieslner. Karnioops: Hendnck. Calgary Attendance 3.352. VICTORIA 5 REGINA 3 Ffril Period: 1 Victoria. Hill Mann) 7 50 Williams V 3 34. IMS. G. Joly R IB 26 Second Period: 2. Victoria. Lucas (Gustation Morris) 19. 3. Reging. Hammond (Hstayny Minor) 218. Dumba (GraueO Pensives. Gusta'son V 2.11, Faulkner R 352. Clsckson V 7 10 Third Period: 5 Raging. Hammond (Gratier. Dumba) 226. 6 Victoria. Csustatioi 1016. 7 Victor's. Lucas (Hill. Morns) 16 Aft. B Victoria. GuMsff-on ILapoime.i 19.46 Penalties Shots on goal by: Victoria Q n n_3i Sepma 12 5 G o 3 i Leslie, Victoria. RED DEER (Special) Don Rentier scored three goals to lead Taber Golden Suns to an 8-6 win over Red Deer Rustlers in the Alberta Junior Hockey League Sunday night. Other Taber goals were shared by Tom Schriber, Chris McMasters, Tim O'Donnell, Randy Joevenazzo and Bernie Syrenne. Kevin Joll scored three goals for Red Deer while Barry Lassiter got two and George Wright, one. The game snapped Red Deer's five game winning streak. Tony Currie got three goals including the winner at 45 seconds of sudden death overtime Saturday night to lead Spruce Grove Mets to a 5- 4 victory over Taber Golden Suns. Eric Christiansen and Murrea Dea got the others for Spruce Grove who outshot Taber 37-27. Bernie Syrenne, with two goals, and Dean Solheim and Bob Miller with one each, replied for Taber. Meanwhile Drumheller Falcons took an early lead and bounced Pass Red Devils 10-3. Drumheller took an early 4- 2 lead in the first period, and held the Pass scoreless in the second, widening the margin to 7-2. Gary Smith, Ryan Wecker and Roger Mitchell each scored two goals for Drumheller. Randy Marshall, Ron Rose, Jim Mill, and Dan Laslo scored singles. The Pass marksmen were Hal Papke, George Baut, and John Hawkins. Falcons recovered from a two goal deficit in the first period and defeated the Red Devils 6-5 Saturday night. Brian Wecker and Dennis Wallace each had two goals for Drumheller who outshot The Pass 39-36. Ron Rose and Merlin gol the ethers. Wade Bloomer led The Pass with two goals while Glen Cochrane, Don Burkinshaw and Doug Koenpges had one each. Spruce Grove Mets out- scored Calgary Canucks 2-1 Sunday in the final period to take a 7-6 victory. held a 3-1 lead after the first period but Calgary fought back and the teams were tied 5-5 after 40 minutes. Spruce Grove got two goals from Kelly Bunn and singles added by Paul Messier, Keith Hertz, Roy Sommer, Tony Currie, Barry Brown. The Rustlers scored four power play goals en route to a 5-3 win over the Canucks Saturday night. Western Dlviaion Victoria Med Hat Kamloops New West Edmonton Calgary NATIONAL LEAGUE DMalon 1 W L Philadelphia ...12 4 Atlanta 9 7 Rangers 7 6 Islanders 7 7 Dlviaion 2 Vancouver 11 4 Chicago 8 7 St. Louis 6 7 Minnesota 5 9 Kansas City 3 12 Divlaion 3 LA 10 2 Montreal 8 Pittsburgh 7 Detroit 6 Washington 1 Division 4 Buffalo 13 4 2856328 Boston 8 5 5 80 58 21 Toronto 5 8 California 3 12 WORLD ASSOCIATION Canadian Division 5 7 8 15 T F A Pts 3 62 42 27 4 56 53 22 4 63 48 18 3 59 49 17 3 65 45 25 2 59 41 18 3 54 56 15 3 44 64 13 1 43 72 7 6 58 31 26 6 76 57 22 2 69 58 16 2 49 70 14 2 34 92 4 3 58 67 13 4 42 90 10 W Toronto 11 Quebec 9 Winnipeg 8 Edmonton 6 Vancouver 4 Eastern Division N. 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