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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Blazers draw only against Alberta Penguins count seven in third Thuiiday, 1971 THE LHHMIDCE HEDALD It By THE CANADIAN PRESS Pittsburgh Penguins are long on alliteration with Schlnkel and Schock, Polis and Prono- vosl; and high on a kid called McDonough. They're also tied for first place in the Western Division of DETROIT 4 BUFFALO First Pftrlod 1. Detroit, Cook 1 (DIonnff, T. Bergman) Penalties Ecc lest one Atftfnson, Marlin misconduct A-.1Q, Doak Mickey Schoenftld Second Period 2. Detroit, Stack- house 2 (Dlonne, Fontaine) 3. Delroll, Charron 7 [Dlonne, Fontaine) I. Bulfalo, Ramsay 3 (Mickey, Luce) 5. Delroll, Collins 5 (Karl- ander, Doek) 6. Detroit, Dlonrvi 9 (Charron, G, Reroman) Pen- alties Bflrcnion Johnston Third Period 7. Buffalo, Meehan 4 (Harris, Mickey) s 8. Detroit, Redmond 1 1 Dlonne, Ecclestone) Penalties T. Bergman Johns I on Pratt, Dlonne majors, Johns Ion game misconduct Shots on goal by; Buffalo 7 10 1J-W Detroit II M 1J PHILADELPHIA 5 ISLANDERS 3 First Period scoring. Penal- ties _ Brown, Flett Hlllman Lavender Second Period 1. Philadelphia, MacLeish 14 'Barber, Dornhwfer) 2. Islanders, Brown 2 (Camer- on) 3. Islanders, Hennlng 1 (Gag- men, Stewart) 4. Islanders, Hen- nlng 2 (Harris) Penalties W. Smith Gagnon Third Period 5. Philadelphia, Barber 6, 6. Philadelphia, Dorrv hoefer 6 (Van Watson) 7. Philadelphia, Clement 6 (Nolet, Hughes) 8. Philadelphia, Clarke 9, Penalties None. Shots on goal by Islanden I IB H Philadelphia If fl If-M High School season opens The Southern "A" Boys' Basketball League, along with the "B" section of Ihe schedule, will open Friday ev- ening on two fronts. Catholic Central Cougars, Uw defending Alberta high school champions, will play host to the Cardston Cougars at Catholic Central at Catholic Cen- tral Flyers will meet Cardstm's B club in a preliminary game commencing at Meanwhile at the Lethbridge Collgeiate, the Rams and Colts are at home to the Map-alb clubs. Rams meet Magrath Zeniths in Hie A battle at eight The Zeniths are fresh from t tri- umph in their tournament last weekend end will give the Hams all they can handle. The B game goes at the Hockey League and are holders of an NHL goal-scoring record. The alliterative aspect lias been there for a while, but being top of the heap and hold- ing a record, that's something else. Wednesday night, the Pen- PITTSIUKOH 1< IT. LOUIS 4 First Ptrlod 1. Pittsburgh, Apps 9 (Lynch, McDonough) 2. Pllls- Burgh, Walson 1 (Edestrand, Kessell) 3. St. Louis, Roberto 3 (Mur- phy) 4. Pittsburgh, McDonough 9 [Apps) Penalties Unger minor, misconduct, Shack Wai- son Murphy, Harbaruk Murphy, Polla minors, majors 1. Unger game misconduct O'snea Burrows Dupont Second period 5. SI. Louis, Ro- berto 4 (Muck, Thompson) 6. St. Louis, CD. O'ShM, Evansl Pen- alllas Barclay Pleger Hexlall Murphy Third Period 7. St. Louis, Huck 1 (Roberlo, Murphy) I. Pills- burgh, McDonough 10 (Appt) 9. Pittsburgh, Polls 5 (Pronovosl, Hex- tall) 10. Pittsburgh, Hexlall 9 (Lynch, Polls) 11. Pittsburgh, Pronovosl 5 (Polis) 1MB; PIMs- burgh, McDonough 11 (App) 13 Pittsburgh, schlnkel 10 (Burrows! 14. Pittsburgh, Schock 6 (Schin- kel) Penally D. O'Shea Stall goil by SI. Liuls II IS 11-41 Plllsblinll 11 9 15-M CHICAGO S VANCOUVER 1 First Period 1. Chicago, Borde leiu 3 (Korab) Penalties rill Second Period a. Chicago, Hull 13 (Martin) I. Vancouver, Tailor, 3 (Lalonde, Boudrlas) Penal lies Korib Russell Third Ptrlod 4. Chicago, Pappln 7 (Martin, Russell) 5. Chicago, Russell 1 (Hull, Pippin) t- Van- cower. Liver t (Schmiuli, Wright) 7. Chicago, Marks 1 (Pepnin, Marlln) Penellles Kurten- bich Wllklnl Mlklta, Tallon Bordeleau Wllklns Shall in by Vancouvir 15 10-3! Chlcin 11 II 10-14 MINNESOTA I TORONTO I First Period 1. Toronlo, Keon 10 Monlhm) 3. Min- nesota, Ninnt S (Prentice, Oliver) Penlltlei Hextlll Mon- than Second Period 1. Minnesota, Drou- i 4 (Goldawwthy) Ftrouion, Drouln Third Period 4. Minnesota, Nanni 4 (Oliver) Pennine! Pelyk, Reid Goldsworthy !Mi ill fMl ly irmti 11 U I-JJ MIltMMtl.......... 11 I 11-tt LOI ANOILIS I MONTREAL I Flnt Los Angeles, Bernler 7 (Backilrom, Goring) Penal- ties minor, major, Kozak nelor Larose Berry lackstrom Lalleur La- polnle, Koiak majors Kc-mado- ikl savird venasky Second Montreal, Wilson 4 (P. Mahovlich, Larose) 3. Los Angeiea, Corrlgan 14 (Berry, Marolle) 4. Montreal, Lllleur 3 (Houle, F. J. Montreal, Rob- irts 4 (P. Mahovtlch) Penalties Third Lot Anoeles, (How. ell) I Backslrom, Goring Penal- Latleur Leperriere misconduct Shot! on goal by Montreal I II 11-11 LH AmwlM i i ANDY C ATTENTION FIGURE SKATERS Btrt and Mac'i New Carry A Full lint of WIFA FIGURE SKATES VIDIBONA DELUXE CHAMPION SUPER GOLD STAR HAND CRAFTED IN AUSTRIA Prices From........ O W T0 O V Figure Skate Blades By MK KINK MASTER SINCIE STAR PROFESSIONAL 9.95 14.95 29.50 Poir BERT AND MAC'S CYCLE 911 3rd AVI. f. PH. 327-3151 Clmd Mindly Oftn Thiirfday ind Friday Till t p.m. "SERVING S. MBERTA FOR OVER 35 YEARS" guins rattled in five goals In two minutes, 47 seconds during a seven-goal, third-period blitz as they came from behind to thrash St. Louis Blues The fastest previous five goals were scored in three min- utes, 46 seconds by New York Rangers in 1942. Court ruling changes HOUSTON (CP) Bobby Hull, the Golden Jet of Winni- peg JeLs, mil be back in uni- form tonight, thanks to a court ruling in Chicago Wednesday. If Hull and his lawyer have correctly interpreted the ruling by the Illinois Appellate Court, the order restraining him from playing in the World Hockey Association will not be enforced for the remainder of the season. The restraining order was is- sued by Circuit Court Judge Francis Delaney in Chicago Monday. That kept Hull out of Tuesday night's game in Hous- ton. However, the order was ap- pealed and over-ruled Wednes- day. Judge Delaney said he issued the order because the WHA hadn't posted a million bond as ordered by a federal court last month. The federal court in Phila- delphia denied a claim by Chi- cago Black Hawks of the Na- tional Hockey League that Hull belonged to them under the NHL's reserve clause. However, the court said that the WHA must post the S2.5 million bond to indemnify the NHL in case the decision was reversed in an- other court. When the restraining order was issued, Hull said he'd play in Houston anyway. However, when he learned aii appeal had been lodged he decided against it. "I think our going according to law had a lot to do with win- ning the Hull said Wednesday night. "When we were told by the courts to do certain things, we did them. But it was tough." Hull jumped from the Black Hawks to the Jets in July, ap- parently for a million, long-term contract. He missed the first month of the WHA schedule awaiting a ruling on several lawsuits filed con- cerning his status and the status of other former NHL players. Minor hockey Peter McNally scored lliree times and paced the Flames to a 4-1 victory over the Totems in Pee Wee action Wednesday night. Greg Skretting added a solo marker while Murray Haughton replied for the Totems. The Canucks whipped the Bears 4-1 behind Richard Ci- con's two goal performance. John McFadden and Grant Wiens chipped in with a goal each while Brent Lang man- aged a singleton in a losing cause. Wednesday nighl, Brian Kan- evvisher and Brent Monteith tal- lied a goal apiece to lead the Marlands to a 2-0 shutout over the Maple Leafs. One of the five goals came from Al McDonough and it was his third of the third time he's done that this year. He has 11 goals this season. The outburst started at the 12- minute mark of the third period with Bryan Hextall scoring, then came goals by Jean Prono- vost followed by McDonough, Ken Schinkel and Ron Schock. The win put Pittsburgh at the ton, tied with Minnesota North Stars who downed Toronto Maple Leafs 3-1 and Los Ange- les Kings who battled Montreal Canadiens to a 3-3 tie. All have 23 points. In other games, Philadelohia Flyers downed New York Islanders 5-3; Detroit Red Wings beat Buffalo Sabres 6-2 and Chicago Black Hawks beat Vancouver 5-2. The Western Division race is one of the tightest ever with only two points separating the top six clubs. Behind the top three comes Chicago and Phila- delphia, each with 22 points, then Atlanta Flames with 21. McDonough came to Pitts- burgh from Los Angeles last year and while he scored only seven goals In 37 games, the club was convinced he could be a big scorer, as he was in the Ontario Hockey Association Junior A league with St. Cath- arines Black Hawks. There was a flurry of fast Coals in Philadelohia, too, with the Flyers scoring four in 10 minutes during the last period to overcome New York Island- ers 5-3. FLYERS ALSO RALLIED Down 3-1 after two periods, the Flyers got goals from Bill Barber, Gary Dovnhoefer. Bill Clement and Bobby Clarke to take the decision. Busiest man in the and probably In the league- was New York's goalie Bill Smith who faced 60 Phila- delphia in the first ar.d third periods and 22 in the second. Doug Favell faced only 24 in the Philadelphia net. The win kept the Flyers in (he thick of things in the West while the Islanders remained in Lite East basement. In a battle of leaders, the Kings got a third-period goal from Harry Howell for the tie. Rogatien Vachon, a former Montreal goalie, faced 20 Cana- diens' shots wlule Ken Dryden handled only 17 from the Kings. Snorts fans allegedly love an underdog, but that apparently isn't the case in Philadelphia. Fans in the City of Brotherly Love had a chance to cheer an underdog Wednesday night, but most chose not to do so. The Blazers, winners of only three games in the struggling World Hockey Association, were playing the powerful Alberta Oilers, but only fans showed up to watch. Across town, the Flyers of the successful and established Na- tional Hockey League attracted 16.600 to a game with New York Islanders. Both Philadelohia teams won and both came back in the last period to do so, but the Flyers made money at the gate while the Blazers undoubtedly took a bath. Tile Flyers scored four times in the last period to defeat the Islanders 5-3 while the Blazers, probably the highest-paid losers in the world, scored three times in the third period and Andre Lacroix scored in overtime for a 5-4 win over the Oilers. In the only other game. New York Raiders beat New Eng- land Whalers 3-1. I The Blazers remained last in the Eastern Division eight points. NORTH STARS SCORE Toronlo Maple leafs' goalie Jacques Plante is surrounded by leammates but the Min- nesota North Stars still managed to score in Wednesday's National Hockey League game in Minnesota, tou Nanne got the goal. Defending for Plante are John Grisdole Mike Pelyk (4) and Ron Ellis North Stars won 3-1.. (AP Wirepholo) College Bowl goes Saturday Bears will see the Wishbone T TORONTO (CP) The Wish- bone T, a popular offensive for- mation in United States college football, will make its debut in the Canadian College Bowl this Saturday. The formation, a 1968 in- vention of Darrell Hoyal, coach of Texas Longhorns, will be used by Waterloo Lutlieran Golden Hawks against the Uni- versity of Alberta Golden Bears. Dave Knight, coach of the Golden Hawks, learned the Wishbone from Royal and his tenm has been using it for the last three seasons. "I don't know of any other about variations of the Wish- bone. "Then we adjusted It to the school that uses it up" i Canadian game. Actually it's a better ihe Canadian game because we have two wide receivers." In the formation, the quarter- back runs with the ball and can pass, keep it or pitch out to a halfback. One of the features is said Knight. "I haven't seen anyone else using it. "I attended a couple of clinics where Darrell was speaking and another where one of his assistants was speaking. We also talked about it afterward. He also picked up a few point-'. a delayed pitch to a halfback, ers from Oklahoma coach j it the quarterback Chuck Fairbanks-his club be- goes right down fielfi the back stays with said came so successful it beat the Longhoms 28-27 last Miners trounce Labor Club 9-6 It good wasn't a particularly night for goaltendere in :he City Recreation Hockey League Wednesday evening a s the goal scorers stepped front and centre. In the first game Miners' Li- brary belled Labor Club 9-6 while in the follouing game the Jniversity of Lethbridge humped Community College 10-2. Brian Murkin led the way for .he Library with three goals witliin a span of five minutes m the third period which seem- ed to break the backs of the ,abor Club. Randy Maxwell and Richard Chollack each notched a pair 'or the with singles go- light twice each. Bruce Lowe and Tim NegreUo added solo markers for the Labor Club. The University built up an 8-0 lead half way through the final period and then coasted to their easy victory. Mike Weigerter tallied three times for the winners with Al Ferchuk adding two. One goal each went to Wally Tunow, Knight. Wayne Allison is Waterloo Lu- I theran's quarterback this year. j Said Knight: "No, I wouldn't say it puts any great strain on the quarterback. But he must be very alert, quick reacting and have what we call a good football mind." After finishing third in the Ontario Universities Athletic Association, Waterloo Lutheran defeated defending College Mike Homberger, Bill John Petrunia, Wayne Kidd, Laza- rick. Greg Edeen and Brian Jesson accounted for the College mark- ers. K1I.LY WILL HETUEN DENVER CAP) Jean Claude Killy, a 1968 Olympic ng to Bob Reid and Bob Bos- j grand slam skiing gold medal- veil, i isf from France, announced I Duane I-Iirbers Erd Gerry Wednesday his return to active! Klinkhammer blinked the red professional competition. i Bowl champion Western Mus- tangs 38-27 for the conference title. Last Saturday the Golden Hawks demolished St. Mary's 50-17 in the Atlantic Bowl in Halifax. However, the going will un- doubtedly be tougher against the Golden Bears, who whipped Loyola College of Montreal 58-6 in the Western College Bowl in Edmonton Saturday. "They're big and quick." said Knight." "They're exceptionally well coached." Additionally, the Golden Bears will be looking for re- venge on the year Western beat them 15-14 In the College Bowl. The Golden Bears placed 11 men on the Western Inter- collegiate Football League all- star team, five on offence and six on defence. Centre Jim Lazaruk was a unanimous choice, the only one on the team. SKI WEEKS AT LAKE LOUISE The Big Friendly Giant of Canadian Skiing Special Ski Week Packages start al per person and include accommodation and lill tickets. 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