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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THt IETHBRIDCE HERA1D Monday, October 1J, WO Kings Garner Three Points, Host Calgary Tuesday Night Battle For Top Spot In Junior Loop Continues After five games and a hat- ful of goals over the weekend, the battle for first place in the Alberta Junior Hockey League still is a wide-open affair. Red Deer Hustlers hold down the number one rung of the ladder and remained the only unbeaten team in the six-team league following the weekend firing, thanks to a .victory and a tie. Calgary Cougars and Cougars stopped Ponoka bridge Sugar Kings ;ire tied for second place, two points behind the Rustlers, with both clubs getting a chance to deadlock Red Deer for the lead when they tangle at the Arena Tues- day night at In a nutshell, here's what happened o v er the weekend. The Rustlers and Kings battled to a 4-4 tie Saturday night while Stampeders 4-2. Sunday the Rustlers scored their fifth victory, against two tics, by handing the Cougars their first setback of the year with a 10-7 victory, while at the Arena the Sugar Kings trimmed Ponoka 7-1. In anoth- er Sunday game.Edmonton Maple Leafs decked Edmonton Movers 4-1. Rustlers have 12 points on their five wins and two tie; the Cougars have 10 points with five wins and the Sugar King sport a 10-point total with foui wins and two ties. The Maple Leafs follow with five points. In the Saturday night game around fans turned up to see the Kings and Rustlers bat tie to their tie. Kings led 2-1 a the end of the first period will Montreal And Boston Tied For Lead McKenzie Cuts Loose For Bruins By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer Check the heavy artillery, and Boston Bruins still have enough flack in reserve. Vancouver Canucks, new to Ihe ways of the National Hockey League, found this out Sunday afternoon against the defending Stanley Cup champions. The Canucks kept the Bruins' big shooters off the score sheet, but John MeKenzie, the pugna- cious off-seson cowboy from Nanton, Alberta, took up the slack with two goals and two assists. Better known among NHL col leagues for Ms rodeo riding anc aggressive play which often finds him in the middle of on-ice skirmishes, McKenzie finally reached all-star status last year when voted the NHL's No. 2 right winger behind Detroit's Gordie HOWJ. Weekend Summaries DETROIT 3 MINNESOTA I First Period 1. Detroit, Rolfe 1 (Libett, Baun) :12; 2. Detroit, Llbbett 1 (Unger) Penalties Barrett Minn Seguin Minn Second Period 3. Minnesota, Grant (Rousseau, Drouin) MacGregor D Bergman D Burns MIon Connelly D. Third Period 4. Minnesota, Drouin 1 (Rousseau, Redmond) 5. De- troit, Webster 3 (Stemkowski, Falken- berg) Penalties Baun D Rousseau Minn Shpts on goal by Detroit II 10 Minnesota t u Attendance JT, LOUIS 4 BUFFALO 1 First Period No scoring. Penal- ties Sabourin SL Pratt Buff Myers Buff Second Period 1. St. Louis, Keen- an 1 (Ecclestone, 2. St. Louis, Sabourin 3 (Crisp, Borde- leau) 3. St. Louis, Berenson 5 (Sabourin) Penalties Ander- son Buff Barrle Buff La- Gace Buff, Bordeleau SL, Third Period 4. St. Louis, Beren- son 6 (R. P lager, Keenan) 5. Buffalo, Fleming 1 (Wyrozub) Penalties R. Plager SL, St. Louis bench Shots on goal by Buffalo........ 11 7 St. Louis 12 22 Attendance MONTREAL S CHICAGO T. First Period 1. Chicago, Koroll 2 (D. Hull, Jarrett) 2. Montreal, Mahovlfch 1 (Richard) 3. Mon- treal, Cournoyer 5 (Laoerrlere, J. C. Tremblay) Penalties Staple- ton Chi Mahovlich Won White Chi Cournoyer Mon D. Hull Chi Second Period i. Montreal, Ma- hovlich 1 (J .C. Tremblay, Beliveau) 5. Montreal, 'Redmond 1 (Pleau 6. Montreal, Cournoyer (Beliveau, J. C. Tremblay) Penalties Jarreff Chi Staple- ton Chi, Koroli Chi, Richard Third Period 7. Le- maire 1 (Redmond) 8. Chicago, MakI 1 (R. Hull, Jarrett) :4. Penal- ties Laporte Mon Shots on goal by Chicago 13 4 Montreal U IB Attendance LOS ANGELES 6 CALIFORNIA 1 Firsr Period 1. Los Angeles, By- ers 2 [Widing, Ravlich) 2. Los Angeles, Mickey 2 Penalties Marotte LA Ehman Cal Labosslere LA Seond Period 3. Los Angeles, (Berry, Widing) 4. Los Angeles Joyal 2 (Grenler, Labosslere) Penalties Labosslere LA Mu- loln Cal Marotle LA Third Period 5. Los Angeles, La- bossiere 2 (Flett) 6. Los Angeles, Labossiere 3 (Robinson, Mickey) 7. California, Featherstone 1 (Croteau, Penalties Feath- crstone Cal Curtis LA Stackhouse Cat Shots on goal by California........ s I Los Angeles 14 12 Attendance PITTSBURGH 0 PHILADELPHIA Q First Period No scoring. Penal- ties Saltier Pgh W Hillman Phi, Hextall Pgh, Nolet Phi Pronovost Pgh HelS- kala Phi three minors Second Period No scoring Penal- lies Bathgate Pgh Morrison Phi Sather Pgh Third Period No scoring. Penalty Pgh Shots on goal by Philadelphia 7 10 Pittsburgh 13 s Attendance PHILADELPHIA 4 TORONTO 2 First Period 1. Toronto, Keon 2 2. Toronto, Harrison 2 (Walton, Penalties Pha Ley T major anc Helskala, Pha, major and minor, Van Impe Pha Second Period 3. Philadelphia, Dornhorfer 3 (Ashbee, Kelly) Penalties MacMillan T Ley T Third Period 4. Philadelphia, Clarke 2 (Dornhoefer, Kelly) 5. Philadelphia, Lacroix 2 (Nolet) 6. Philadelphia, Lacroix 3 (Favell, W Hillman) Penalties Dorey T Dornhoefer Pha Shols on goal by: Toronto IS 7 Philadelphia 12 n Goal: Gamble, Toronto; Favell, Philadelphia. Attendance NEW YORK 6 TORONTO 2 First 1. Toronto, Hender- son 2 (Ellis, Ullmtin) 2. New York, Gilbert 2 (Egers, Ratelle) 3. Toronto Walton 2 (Ellis, Ullman) field NY major, Harrison T major, Irvine NY Second Period 4. New York, Fair- bairn 1 (Tkaczuk) 5. New York, Tkaczuk 1 (Baton. Horton) 6. New York, Park 1 Penalties Apps NY Glennle T BIG OUTING Johnny McKenzie, the gct-up-and-go- guy from Nanton, picked up tow goals and two assists Sunday as the Bruins polish- ed off Vancouver. IS MY CAR READY FOR WINTER? How Is My ANTI-FREEZE HEATER BATTERY TIRES BLOCK and HEATER FLUSH A FALL TUNE-UP IS A MUST! Better I Should Go To EL RANCHO TEXACO Today! El Rcincho Ernie Says DON7 SUFFER ALONG WITH A POOR RUNNING MOTOR SEE US TODAYI E! Rnnciio 6th AVE., M.M. DRIVE Service PHONE 327-5406 Third Period 7. New York, Gil bert 3 (Neilson) 8. New York Tkaczuk 2 (Irvine, Horton) Pen allies Selling NY Navin NY Shots on goal by New York u 22 Toronto 12 Attendance ST. LOUIS 2 CHICAGO 2 First Period 1. St. Louis, Wall 1 (Bordeleau, Roberts) 2. Chicago Finder 2 (Mulonsy, Martin) Pen- alties Plager StL Maloney Ch Bordelea StL Nesterenko Chi Maloney Chi Cameron StL Second Period 3. Chicago, Staple- ton 1 (Martin, Pinder) r St. Louis, Roberts I (Orentz, Wall1) Penally Talbot. Third period No scoring. Penal- lies Lorenlr SIL Pinder Chi Roberts StL 2, misconduct, Magnuson Chi Shols on goal by Chicago )j 12 St. Louis............ 7 7 Goal Wakely, St. Louis; Esposito, Chicago. MINNESOTA 2 DETROIT 1 First Period i. Detroit, MacGreg- or 1 (Baun, Rolfe) Penalties Bergman D Harris Minn second Period 2. Minnesota, Pa- reise 2 (Reid, Oliver) Penalties Falkenberg D Soldsworthy Minn Third Perlod-3. Minnesota, O'Shea 2 Gibbs, Burns Penalties Berg- man, D Redmon Minn Shots on goal by Minnesota 8 10 9 Detroit 15 12 Goalies Minnesota, Maniago; De- troit, Edwards. Attendance 11.930. BUFFALO 1 PITTSBURGH 1 Firs! Period No scoring, Penal- ties D. Walson Pgh, minor, rnaior and misconduct, Fleming Buf double minors, malor and misconduct, Sather Pgh double minors, Pratt Buf double minors, Flem- ing Buf misconduct and game mis- conduct, Hamilton Buf Shock Pgh Saltier Poh minor and mafor, Pratt Buf minor and major, J. Watson Buf Second Period 1. Buffalo, Mee- lan 1 (Perreault, McMahon) Penally McCallum, Pgh Third Period 2. Pittsburgh, Mc- Callum 1 (Fonteyne, Shock) Penalties Walson Buf Barrle Buf Shots on goal by Pittsburgh 6 10 Buffalo 4 Goal BInkley Pittsburgh; crozler and Daley, Buffalo. BOSTON i VANCOUVER S First Period 1. Boston, R. Smith (McKenzie) 2. Boston, Bucyk 3 (R. Smith, McKenzie) Penal- B Doak V McKenzie B Second Period 3. Vancouver, Kur- enbach 3 (MakI, Cullen) 4. Boston, McKenzie 1 (Stanfield, Bucyk) Boston, Carleton 2 (Green) 6. Boston, McKenzie 2 (Bucyk) Penalties Wilkins V Sanderson B Wilkins V, Riz- zuto V Carleton B D' mith B Third Period 7. Vancouver, Hall 3 (Maki, Cullen) 8. Vancouver, Popeil 1 (Boudrias) Penalties B Bailey B Wilkins V Green B Shots on goal by Boston 11 u ij_39 Vancouver a 18 15-41 Attendance NEW YORK 1 MONTREAL 0 First Period No scoring. Penal- Mahovlich M "Fairbairn NY Park NY Larose M Hadfield NY Tkaczuk NY Lemaire M Second Period No scoring. Penal- ies Tkaczuk NY Tardif M najor, Park, NY major, Laperriere M Brown NY Neilson NY Pleau M Third Period 1. New York, Tkac- zuk 3 (Fairbairn, Horton) Penal- y Richard M Shots on goal by: Montreal 7 10 New YorK 6 17 Goal Vachon, Montreal; Giacom- n. New York. Attendance His 70 points, including 2C goals, were his most productive in eight big league seasons even though his 114 minutes in penal ties represented nearly twi games. It has been his non-stop heavy-hitting style of play tha has earned the stocky, 175-poun der the admiration of friend am foe alike despite playing behim such established stars as Bobby Orr, Phil Esposito, Ken Hodge and Ted Green. In other Sunday games, New York Rangers nipped Montrea" 1-0, enabling the Bruins to -move into a first-place tie in the Easl Division with the Canadians, Philadelphia Flyers downed To- ronto Maple Leafs 4-2, Minne- sota North Stars edged Detroil Red Wings 2-1, Pittsburgh Pen- guins and Buffalo Sabres tiec 1-1, and St. Louis Blues and Chi- cago Black Hawks played a 2-2 tie in a game bringing together the West Division leaders. Saturday's action saw Mont- real romp 6-2 over Chicago, De- troit down Minnesota 3-2, St. Louis defeat Buffalo 4-1, New York trample Toronto 6-2, Los Angeles Kings drub California Golden Seals 6-1, and Pittsburgh and Philadelphia play to a 0-0 stalemate. Walt Tkaczuk's third-period goal stood up against Montrea] and New York goalia Ed Gia- comin registered his second shutout of the young season be- fore at Madison Square Garden. The Flyers spotted Toronto two first-period goals in their home-ice victory, rebounding with tliree goals in tha third pe- riod, two by Andre Lacroix. Ceasar Maniago's superb goaltending and Danny O'Shea's third-period goal provided Min- nesota's winning touch over De- troit. FLEMING BANISHED Dune McCallum's goal at Buf- 'alb with less than five minutes eft in the game ended a Pitts- burgh goal drought of seven pe- riods. Referee Brian Lewis called 84 minutes in penalties and banished the Sabres' Red Fleming after 39 seconds of )lay as the former Chicago, Boston and New York badboy was tagged with 29 minutes in penalties, plus the game mis- conduct. St. Louis and Chicago failed o break their co-hold atop the West Division. Jim Roberts' sec- ond-period'goal was the tying marker for the Blues in a game :hat saw St. Louis take an early ead Hawks rallied with two goals. Two-goals each by Pete Ma- lovlich and Yvan Cournoyer, he latter bringing his season otal to six in five games, pro- pelled Montreal to its fourth straight victory Saturday night and ended Chicago's unbeaten string at three. At SL Louis, the Sabres fi- nally scored after being blanked n two previous games. But the Blues, paced by Red Bsrenson with his fifth and sixth goals of he season, had scored three imes in the second period be- "ore Fleming put Buffalo on the ward. the score tied 3-3 after 40 min- utes of play. The clubs split two goals in the third period with the Kings coming within a of salt- ing away the victory in the dying minutes when they held a man advantage. Earlier the Kings had to with- stand a Red Deer assault with goalie John Davidson booting out 21 shots in the'final 20 min- utes of play. Fraser Robertson led the Kings with two goals while Dave George and Dave SSiardlow added singletons. Wed- d.erburn, Brian Ogilvie. Mickey Unger and Mickey Girard scored for Red Deer. There were 10 penalties, eight to the Rustlers. Kings won going away against Ponoka Sunday before fans, leading 2-0 at the end of the first period and 5-1 after two periods. Ken Dodd and George Mc- Crea paced Lethbridge with two goals each while singletons went to Lannie MacDonald. Len Chalmers and Dave Shardlow. Doug Silvernagle scored Pon- oka's lone goal in the second period, robbing Davidson of his first shutout of the year. Davidson kicked out 22 shots while Graham Parsons made 42 saves in the Ponoka net. Ponoka picked up seven of 13 penalties. Doug Stumpf led the Rustlers to their 10-7 Sunday win over Calgary with three goals while Wayne SavUI scored trace. Sin- gletons went to Dennis Resch, Mickey Gerard, Wynn Dempster, Reno Siipola and Wedderburn. Rob Leguilloux notched two goals for the Cougars while Jack Pozo, Bill Fraser, Lloyd McMann, Don Desrosiers and Ian Hunter added the others as the Cougars hit the deck for the first time this year. Calgary was assessed eight 17 penalties including two misconducts and a game mis conduct. Leguilloux scored three times in Saturday's win over Ponoka with Ab Fairclough bagging the other .Calgary goal. Ron Rim- tuk and Evrit Simington scored for Ponoka. Chris Shokopoles scored two goals.in the Leafs' 4-1 win over the Movers. Gary Kokolski and Randy Smith added the other goals with Ross Barros reply ing for the Movers. Tuesday will be the second meeting of the sea- son between the Cougars and Kings, the Cougars posting a one-goal verdict in Calgary earlier this season. That was the only loss Kings'have suf- fered so far. f SUGAR KINGS 4 1. Red Deer, V.'ed- Andruchln) 2. Lethbridge, George (Shardlow Mc- mMJ Robertson [Paskuskl, MacDonald) Penal- "lcPhedlan- Dempster, .Second Period 4. Red Deer, Ogil- vie s. Lethbridge, Shardlow (Mc- irnM' Red Dew. Unger Bolkowy, Resch, Henwood, Girard Third Period 7. Lethbrldgc, Rob- irtson 8. Red Deer, Girard Dempster) Penalties Going, icnwood. Shots, on goal by Red Deer 10 in .elhbridje 'ONOKA 1 SUGAR KiNGS 7 First Parlod 1. Lelhbridge, Mac- 2. Lethbridge, McCrea MacDonald) Penaltles-SIIver- nagle, McCrimmon McCrlmmon. Second Period 3. Lethbridge, Dodd Andreachuk, Mutchl 4 Leth- iridge, Chalmers 5. Lefhbridoe, McCrea 6. Ponoka, Comeau) Penalties McLen- nan, Shardlow, Robertson: Third Period 7. Lethbridge, Dodd Damberger) 8. elhbndge, Shardlow (McLennan] Penalties MacDonald, Pasku- ki, Paskuski, Bansley, Bansley, An- dreachuk. Shols on goal by il-2! LcloBridge 13 14 ij_42 ALBERTA HUNTER TRAINING CONSERVATION COURSE Sponsored By LETHBRIDGE FISH and GAME ASSOCIATION SAFE GUN HANDLING HUNTING TECHNIQUES SURVIVAL FIRST AiD ARCHERY FISH MIGRATORY AND UPLAND BIRDS BIG GAME, FUR BEARING ANIMALS At Least 22 Hours of Instruction By Qualified Instructors JUNIOR AND SENIOR CLASSES THURSDAY EVENINGS to p.m. STARTING OCTOBER 22nd Name Address.............. Phone Send Application immediately to: LETTHBRIDGE FISH and GAME ASSOCIATION BOX 495, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHASER ROBERTSON The Sugar King defenccman was a standout over the weekend as the Kings won and lied in two Alberta Ju- nior Hockey League games. Sec story. Jets Lace Craubrook SPOKANE Ran- dall rattled in five goals and added an assist on another as Spokane Jets overpowered Cranbrook Royals 14-1 in West- ern International League hock- ey action Saturday. Charlie Goodwin, Gail Hoklen and Bob Trembecky scored two ;oals each as .Spokane reversed Is 6-3 defeat Friday by Cran- >rook. Jack Mahon managed Cran- >rook's only goal. Jacklin Beats Out Palmer PARIS (AP) Tony Jacklin of Britain eagled the 17th hole and then dropped a 10-foo birdie putt on No. 18 Sunday for a four-under-par 68 and a one- stroke victory over Arnold Palmer of the United States and Ramon Sota of Spain in golfs tournament of champions. Jacklin the 26-year-old U.S Open winner, posted a 206 foi the 54-hole tournament to "win the first prize. Palmer already had finishtet the day with a 68 and 207 after starting the round one stroke behind JacHin. But Jacklin's eagle three ai: the 501-yard 7th pulled Mm into a tie with Palmer, with Sota only one stroke behind in the same two- some with Jacklin. Sota sank a 12-foot birdie put) at 18 for a 66, lowest round o) the tournament, but Jacklin broke the three-way deadlock with his 10-footer. Palmer and Sota each won Ray Floyd of the United States, with a final-round 67 and Gary Player of South Af- rica, 68, tied for fourth at 210, Bob Charles of New Zealand was sixth at 212, Robert Bernar- dini of Italy seventh at 216 and Jean Garaialde of France eighth at 223. Knudson Loses Out SYDNEY, Australia (AP) Cool-puttir.g Brian Barnes of Britain stormed out of the pack to win the Wills Masters Open golf tournammt here by a sin- gle stroke Sunday. Birdies on the 16th and 17lh iroles in the 'last round cata- pulted Barnes into the lead just as it seemed certain there would be a three-way lie for first place. The final holes were played in steady rain.but it didn't upset Barnes who shot a 72 for a four round total of 288. Earlier it looked as though .he lead would be shared be- .ween Briton Guy Wolsten- volnie, who shot a final 68, ffally Gale of Australia and h i r d -r o u n d leader George t. 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