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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta n r r V s f V V.'' u -t Cl V V. MCKENZIE JUST MISSES Vancouver qcaj? Dune Wilson day evening. Checking McKenzte is Vancouver defenceman Joceyin n cf; }ho cf Johnny McKenzie cf ih? Boston Bruins Thurs- Guevremont, Bruins won ihe game 5-0. fin" .srori'.v iicicc (is bruins continue to move p I I I I L H r ii f and New -old rn limes in (he c >t o[ Ajigelcs tin? Boston some of power that has been t ic Boston offence 1 o: t n Ke t. 1 to t It 1 1 t t f f 1 I 1 1 o 11 Iwo men tl re be; t each otl t n n In Top H; I o if the I ng in e M th f t 1 e S F n o t i to ft tod iourney will oon- S t v.ith games set .'-ix and tile n p came at cigiit. I -iainmcnt is also 1 cd 1 during and in (it- 11 pime.s during t 1 j I 1 nany of the (op I t 1 1 c It ams in t 111 ke pai1! in a Uvo- 1 1 1- I 11 affair in Ma- Our complete suppiy of Christmas toys has just arrived! Our models are a scaled down replica of the real machine. Choose your international 0 COMBINE 9 TRACTOR e ;FREADER O HAY RAKE 0 GRAIN DRILL tt PICKUP TRUCK 0 TILT BED TRUCK HAY BALER BARGE WAGON PAY LOADER And sells now for only................ OL-I- Internnlionnl Toy Farm loadstar Truck v box sells for only.......... Many more. Christmas toys at special low prices ci Q.99 w INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE 304 Stafford Drive, Loilibridgc Phono 327-3125 of action will am.s on tho Hoar, tonight, u Catholic Con- will tt'tkc on the V.'.irriors at five I ic the W. R. c s 11 f ce the defending c pions. the Kay- n Comet, at p.m. ho the Card- to finish off of action, Ihe 1 o 111 K.'ims will moot I b-i-K. ill continue si! day tl t.he finst. jjnmc set Ron .Stewart, nbtnined by Vancouver in a recent trade with New didn't even get n rluince to show for his new iTtsse.s. The veloran wuigcr was struck in the face by a clearing i off team-mate John Schel- ly's stick and suffered a frac- tured jaw. Joey Jolmston's second goal of the game with less than two minutes remaining in Uie game launched the Californians to- ward victory and Buffalo coach Punch Imlach into a tirade. Itnlnch claimed Johnston was off-ide but a replay of the ac- (inn showed that tho puck pre- i ceclf'd tlie Seals' player across i hrlh the centre red line and Buffalo's hlnrline. LOSE The game proved costly to tlie Califomians who lost starting goaltender Lyle Carter in the second period with rib injuries and fici-y winger Gcrrj' Pindcr late in the game following a continuing feud with Buffalo de- fenceman Doug Barrie. Pindcr struck his head on the ice anrf was iakcn (o hospital for observation while Ci rter was to have his injured ribs x- rayed. Veteran Charlie Burns scored 'o break a 3-2 Ue at Minneapolis and .lean-Paul Parise added the insurance tally as the North Star moved to within two points of Chicago in the. torrid West Division race. Minnesota dcfencrman Tom field, who -set up three goals, j started Burns away on a two- on-onc break with Judc Drouin. Bums used Drouin as a decoy before snapping the puck Pittsburgh goalie Jim Ruther- ford. Simon Nolct. the West's lead- ing scorer, fired his 12fh goal of the season for the winner at Philadelphia a s goaltendcr Bruce Gamble got tlie shutout, his 12th in the NHL and first ?incc becoming a Flyer in an MIT, trade last February with Toronto. Didn't like North Stars now lie has his own team ji.v j-.vr TiioiirsoN ST. PAUL, Minn. (API 1- Kaplan didn'l like the style of hockey lie paid lo watch, turned in his Minne- sota North Stars' season tick- els and eventually decided to start his own team in the in- fant World Hockey Associa- tion became disenchanted after the first year and 1 never renewed my tick- said Kaplan, president of a scrap-iron and metal company in St. Paul. "I got as much of a tlirill watching the high schools and hockey as I did watching the North he said. "1 got tired of them just throwing tile puck into the corner and scrambling around after it. I didn't like their coach, (now manager) Wren Blair, jumping up and down and walking on the seats. It was insulting.'' Kaplan is president of .Mid- west Saints, Inc.. the corpora- tion that plans to ice a team in the WHA's first season starting in October, 1972. HAS A RINK The St. Paul team, which is budgeting S2 million for its first season, will be at home in (ho new St. Paul Audito- rium, which will scat for hockey when its doors open in December, 1972, or January, 1973. From October until then, the team will play in !he old St. Paul Audito- rium. Kaplan isn'l worried that the North Stars, who are in the rival National Hockey League, an? drawing standing-room-only crowds of 15.000-plus for almost every game. "We're not out to hurt the North said Kaplan, "and I'm sure (Star Presi- dent) Walter Bush Jr. feels the same way about us. We figure this area is good enough for hockey fans a week. We hope they get their two sellouts a week, and we hope we get The new team, which has not been formally named, hopes to announce their first coach soon er.rt remaining fin- ancial hacking shortly. "You'd be surprised in tho number of people who wanted a piece of Kaplan said. have had a number of people who have solicited, and we will announce the rest of the backers soon. WANT MILFOHI) "We are wooing Jake Mil- ford, coach of the New York Ranger team at Omaha as our coach, and we would like to make an announcement, next week." Kaplan and Che WffA also plan to entice players from the MIL. "We have had several indi- cations, Kaplan said' "I think the players will come over if they think their future can be bettered. They will do what is best suited for themselves. There are players active in tlie NHL who are very interested." We have decided that our pension will be better than the one the NHL has. We plan to omit the reserve clause that binds players to teams." Kaplan said the new league will strive to make the game more a 11 r a c t i v e than the NHL. ''We don't want ties. We will have overtime game.1; to prevent lies. We also are lo soon does the WH A sidertng a penalty for it can achieve equality When you equate the NHL? hockey is the fastest growing sport in the country nnd the fastest sport in the world, we want young teams with good legs to make the game more exciting. We want our games to appeal to the we can follow through on our and it's surprising that NHL president Clarence Campbell doesn't think so-we should have parity in a couple of years." MINNESOTA 4 PITTSBURGH 3 Pint Period 1. Minnesota, 7 BUFFALO S First Period 1, California, 3 (Reid, Par fee} (Plndrr) Penalties Nor r is 7-19, Rutherlord Shmyr Watson wormy Schlnkel servfd by Period 2. CalHornifl, J. -1 (Carleton, Shmyr) 3 Second Period 2. Pittsburgh, Martin 13 (Barrle) lls a (Robert, Apps} 3. Evans 1 (Rnbitaille, Martin) sofa, Oliver 7 (Prentice) 5 California, PInder 8 (Vadnais, lies _ Golds-worthy Pitt'.b u r 7. Buffalo, Perresult bench served by (Goyette, Robltaille) Penal- Schmyr Robltaille Tlii'rd Period -1. Pittsburgh, niFkir, Anderson minor. Ev- 3 (Edestrnnd, 5. game misconduct nesota Burns 4 (Reid) 6. nesota, Parisa 5 'Reid, Manns) Period B. Buffalo, O'Shes 1 Polls 9 (Morris, (Perrcnult, Martin) 9. Cali- Penalty MrCroary Boldiriev l (Pinder, Hickf) Shots RH goal 10 Buffalo, V.'atson 1 (Mee- Shark) 11. California. Minnesota 11 fl 5 'Patrick, Vadnais) 17. Patrick 3 (Gilhertstm) lVf'7 Robitfli'1" mil llflTSPCMS DHAW CHELSEA i sr. AXXF.S, EUR- II I to i Tottenham H I j OK 1 ;lcjcr, ivere drawn Tl 1 to n pot Chelsea m t.he nf tlie English Foot- i if ff o C ,p. SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUVENILE HOCKEY LEAGUE leihbridge Worriers vs Vciuxheill Hornets SATURDAY, NOV. 20th p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE ADMISSION: It Atlulls 75t O Slutlcnli 5QC Children 25c Moore's Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayor Magrafh, Drive OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY YOUR ONE STOP SERVICE CENTRE A Imperial Oil ft Ice Stereo Tapes Ammunition Alias Products Bar-B-Q Supplies WE ARE NOW AGENTS FOR HERTZ RENT-A-CAR DON'T FORGET WE HAVE HUNTING LICENCE AMMUNITION PROPANE BOTTLES FILLED MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenua and Mayor Manrath Drivd Phono 327-1046 from fl a.m. to 5 p.m. licensed Mechanic On Duty Monday thru Friday. Minor hockey Stacey Pisko's second goal of the game gave the Jets a 3-3 deadlock with tlie Marlands in Bantam A action. Pisko scored once in the sec- ond and again in the third to pace the Jets. Doug Stephens scored in the first period. Earl Ingarfield tallied twee for tlie Marlands while Dwaine Lowe added a single. Kelly Keenan racked up his fourth shutout in as many games Thursday as the Ti-Cals Wanked the Eskimos 4-0 in Midget play. Keenan got three goals from teammate Barry Ontkean and a solo marker from Rick Ba- ce-da to earr the shutout. Two goals each by Ed Park- er and Peter Novak gave the Hornets a 7-1 Iriumuh over the Nuggets. Barclay Potts, John Kupis and Dale Pytcia com- pleted the scoring for the win- ners. Tony Semioni replied for the Nuggets. PHILADELPHIA 2 LOS ANGELES t First Perind scoring. Penal- ties Bernier Van Imps Widing Second Period V Philadelphia, Nolet 12 (Keliey, Clarke! Pen- ally _ Watson Third Rpriiid 2. Gcndron 1 (Dorn- hoeffcr, Jchnson) Penalties Keliey Pulford, Bernier Clarke Shots on goat unavalilabii MONTREAL 2 ST. LOUIS I Firct 1. St. Louis, 7 (Brev.'C'-, Rgeri) Penalties B. Planar Laperriere Second Period 2. Montreal, rose B 3. St. Louis, Sabourin i (St. Marseille) Penalties "n- aer B. Plsger minor, miscon- duct Third Period i. Montreal, TV- dif 14 (Lafleur, Richard) Pen- allies Thomson, Roberta p. Mahovlieh Shots on goal by St. Louis Montreal........7 15 Attendance-! 6.709. BOSTON S VANCOUVER I First Period No scoring. 'Penal- ties _ Ccrrigan Taylor, McKen- ite Sanderson misconduct Second Period 1. Boston, McKen- ric 2 (Stanfipid. Esposito) Pen. 3fifes _ McKznzle, 6. Taylrr 15: M Third Period 7. nrr R (Stanfield) 3. Boston, Orr (Hedge, Cashman) Boston ESDO- Sito U fOrr. Cashman) i. Brt. ton, Stnnfinld 1 (McKeniie, D. Sm'l Leach, Wiison ShoJs on go3l by Vancouver R Boston ...If ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR Cal. Couejnrs Red Deer Cal. Canucks Edm. Leafs Edm. 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