Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
GOING HOME FOR THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY SEASON Ensure your by booking earlyl CONTACT ART WILLIAMS E wi i LaXQB UALI The Letkbridge Herald Uthbridp Office FiraitMre Ltd. Uwrt Ttti tt Shopping Mall Albmta Mwot 3M-7411 FILING o o. o Third Section Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, October Pages 25-36 Herald Sports Taber Golden Suns bomb the'Pass 13-4 BRONCOS' BRYAN TROTTIER MISSES OPEN NET Chiefs break drought with 5-1 victory By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Coach Earl Ingarfield of the Lethbridge Broncos was visibly upset as the final buzzer sounded Tuesday evening at the Lethbridge Sportsplex. His Lethbridge Broncos had just taken a 5-1 spanking from Kamloops Chiefs, but moreover, he was unhappy with the refereeing of Murray Hardy of'Winnipeg. "We were having a bad game, I know said Ingarfield. "But we were still in it until that happened." What happened was that Broncos, playing their se- cond Western Canada Hockey League game of the season, played nearly seven minutes of the final period at least one man short. On two occasions two locals were cooling their heels when Kamloops scored. Ingarfield was not taking anything away from the Chiefs. He admitted his club was outplayed, but not five goals to one. For the Chiefs, it marked their first win away from home in 36 outings. They went all last year without a vic- tory on the road. It just wasn't to be a good night for the who turn- ed up for the encounter. The Kamloops bus was late, delaying the game 50 minutes, and then the performance of Hardy. Broncos' troubles, those of a serious nature, began at the mark of the third period when Broncos' Brian Sutler and Neiliyseng of the Chiefs engaged in battle. What looked like just a wrestling majch turned out to be a disaster for the Broncos. Referee Hardy, who carries National Hockey League credentials as a linesman, gave the two combatants ma- jor penalties and then assessed Sutter a match penalty. When Bronco captain Bryan Trottier questioned the match penalty, the locals were assessed a bench minor and the fun began. Terry McDonald, a smooth skating defenceman, led the way for the Chiefs in their season opener as he scored the last two goals. Other Kamloops' markers came off the sticks of Brad Gasoff, Jim McAloney and Don Moores. Darcy Regier deflected Trottier's point shot early in the first period for the lone Lethbridge marker. The two clubs were tied 1-1 at the end of the first 20 minutes while the Chiefs went ahead 2-1 after two. "I'm not saying we would have won the said Ingarfield after the game, "It's just that we weren't out of it until the middle of the last period." The match penalty assessed Sutter, which meant he was ejected from the game, came as a result of the young forward having tape on his thumb to keep the swelling down. "We asked the referee to come over and ask our club doctor why the tape was pointed out Ingarfield, "and he wouldn't even do that. Instead he gives us a bench minor." It apparently reads in the rule book that no player shall wear tape on his hands, if he does it results in a match penalty. Still, it appears to be a discretionary call when pertaining to an injury. However, Broncos may question the call, but will not protest. A total of 21 penalties were called in the game with the Broncos getting the nod on 11, one of two majors and the match penalty. Lome Molleken was a standout in the Lethbridge nets as he made 34 saves while Mark Earp came up with 21. Broncos' next home action will be next Tuesday when they meet the Victoria Cougars. LOOSE PUCKS Chiefs' Mai Zinger almost took Broncos' Doug Gillespie's head off with an elbow, there was no penalty Gillespie was on the bench during the second period but did not appear for the third The fans who were on hand, had no idea what was going on during the third period as the Broncos played shorthanded Lome Molleken stopped a hard shot on the face mask Tuesday but was alright... Broncos had their chances early in the third period but just couldn't find the range... At least two Kamloops goals came as a result of sloppy defensive work in front of the Bronco net. First period 1. Lethbridge, Regier (Giilespie, Trottier) 2. Kamloops, Gasoff (Zinger, McDonald) K :33, Jensen L Richardson L Trottier L. Second period 3. Kamloops, McAloney (Young) Penalties Regier L :S7, Ferner K Richardson L Dyer K dou- ble minor, Krebs L minor Lutz L Third period 4. Kamloops, Moores (Flockhart, Zinger) 5. Kamloops, McDonald (Gasoff) 6. Kamloops, McDonald (Young, McAloney) Penalties Melrose K Samis L L Sutter, major, match, Lyseng K major Lethbridge bench Woods L Gasoff K on goal by Kamloops 9 11 Lethbridge 8 6 Goaltenders: Earp; Kamloops: Molleken, Lethbridge. Attendance BLAIRMORE (CP) Stan Weist scored three goals Tues- day night to lead Taber Golden Sons to a 134 victory over the Pass Red Devils in an Alberta Junior Hockey League game. The Golden Sons grabbed a 1-0 lead after the first period and extended it to 5-2 after the second period. Bob Miller, Ted Panteluk and Bernie Syrene each scored twice for Taber while singles went to Don Sulliem, Tom Schieber, Don Renner and Greg Wallis. Brian Beech, Chris McMasters, Dave Lund and Bill Luyckfassel replied for The Pass. The Pass took eleven of 18 penalties, including a game misconduct. Taber outshot The Pass 29- 18. Meanwhile, Calgary Canucks scored four un- answered goals in the second period to overwhelm Drumheller Falcons 11-2 Tuesday night. The win was Calgary's sixth without a loss, leaving the Canucks in undisputed first in the AJHL standings. The Canucks, who led 3-2 after the first period and 7-2 after the second, established an AJHL record in the third period, by scoring three goals in 19 seconds. Mike Haworth, Jerry Bancks, Ralph Patterson and Dave Scott all scored two goals each for the winners. Singles went to Rick Ander- son, Glen Wylie and Mike Mclvor. Drumheller goals were scored by Jim Nill and Ryan Wecker. Drumheller took nine of 21 minor penalties and three of six majors. Ryan Wecker was given two ten minute mis- conducts plus a match penalty for biting the arm of a linesman. Regina wins their first THE CANADIAN PRESS The two teams in the cellar of the Western Canada Hockey League's Western and Eastern Division standings raised themselves a notch Tuesday with decisive vicr tones. 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