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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuudoy, Odobtr 1972 THE ICIHMlDSl HIRAID Vificliler's Inside Hockey Coach Johnson says Bruins played 'a lousy game' rpJLERE ore lliosc who believe the number two on Brad -1 Park's uniform has a symbolic jwrmanoncc. Tliat is, Park will remain number two and will never1' be the best ctetcnccman in the National Hockey League, as long as Bobby On1 is around. The results were obvious in The All-Star Team balloting. Park, llic 2-i-ycar-old New York Hangers defcnceman, was named to the First Team right next to Orr, the Boston slrongboy. But Bobby outpointed him and also collected the Morris and Hart Trophies at a luncheon humorously retilled "The Orr Awards Ceremony." For a gifted, prideful, yet realistic, young man such aa Park, his position as chronic runner-up could have negative psychological repercussions. But Park has managed to handle his "Aris" role to Orr's "Hertz" in a reasonably healthy manner. "I see no reason to be upset because I'm rated second to says Park who is four months younger than Orr. "Bobby is not only Hie top riefcnceman in the game today, he is considered the best player ever to put on skates.- "What's wrong with being rated numlrer two to such a tuper-superslar? The fact that I am number two means that I'm considered belter than all the other (Mencemen today, and Ihere are some fine hockey players Park already has surpassed Orr in Ihe fascinating depart- ment of controversy. In his book, "Play The Brad has created a storm of arger as he indicted the Bruins for totalizing hockey and singled out Pliil Esposito, Ken Hodge, Wayne Cashman, and even the awesome Mister Orr, for cri- ticism. writes Park, "doesn't ]ike to get Lit, mid some- times he'll throw a cheap shot at one of our guys. A man of liis ability needn't revert to such stuff, but he does." The Park-Orr rivalry extends through Brad's family. One of the most vocal anli-Orr leaders is Brad's wife, Gerry, Winnipeg-torn former Air Canada stewardess. "You know what 1 get the most pleasure from, almost as much as when Brad says Gerry. "It's when OTT gels caughl up ice trying lo score and somebody on Ihc Rangers sleals Ihe puck and comes in on a breakaway. I just love that! Park and Orr came close to fighting with each other during .tire regular 1971-72 season. i Brad recalls. 'Trlon Sather and Johnny McKoiv zie got into a hassle. I was there and Orr WAS nearby. We glared at later' and each other. He said something like, 'I'l I said 'I'll be waiting' but nothing came see you of it." They finally did fight during the fourth game of the Bos ton-New York Stanley Cup finals and, appropriately, the Iron ended in n draw. In the end, though, Orr won out, leading Boston lo The Stanley Cup. Seconds after the final buzzer, Park led the biltcr Rangers In the tradilional post-series handshaking ceremonies. Th first Bruin on line was Orr. "I Ihought I just couldn't line up and shake hands with the Bruins after the Park confesses. "I was turning I go slraigM to Ihc dressing room but when saw Orr a the front o! the line, I changed my mind. I have tremendous respect for him." Cents shatter losing streak demolish Stanley Cup champs 7-1 By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press SUIt Writer Harry Sinden, whose position s executive manager of Boston 3ruins makes liim the No. 1 de- Ision-makcr on the National Jockey league club, told a To- onto press reception Ihis week his soon-to-be published book, Hockey Showdown, "may lake some o( the heat off Iladficld." Sinden, who coached Team Canada in ils recent exciting hockey scries willi the Soviet Union, collaboraled with Boslon writer Will McDonough ou the Summaries AIHHEQSTA i, ATLANTA 0 Firsl period Minnesota, arise 3 (Harris) 7. Minnesota, Hexlall 1 [Reid Parise) Penal- PS Glbbs Second period 3. Hex- all 2 Penalties Harris :JJ. Third period t. rWnrwsolB, GoIdV rorlhy 3 (Glbbs, Kexlall) S. Alnnesola, Goldwsworthy (Hexlall. scj 4. Nanne I -cr) 17.11. PHialllci Nanne Shall on goal by Wlnntsola I" Atlanta ll 5 ST. LOUIS MONTREAL 4 Flrsl Period 1- Montreal, La- ilnte 1 (P. Mahovlich, LaroseJ By THE CANADIAN PRESS Winnipeg JcLs and Calgary Ccnlormials used rapid-fire scoring outbreaks in the second period Wednesday night Lo post NOW OPEN Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE WIFA PROFESSIONAL FIGURE SKATES Made In Auslria VINDOBONA DELUXE CHAMPION SUPER GOLDSTAR from 559 PROFESSIONAL FIGURE SKATE SHARPENING HAND HONED PAIR I. SO BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S, Phone 027-3221 CLOSED MONDAY Open Thun. Fri. Tifl 9 p.m South Alberta over 30 years." victories in lhe Western Canada Hockey League. The Jets erupted Tor five sec- ond-period goals against Swift Current Broncos in a 9-6 triumph and Calgary duplicated ,he feat in their home opener, a victory over Edmonton Oil Kings. The Calgary-Edmonton game was marked by a series oE i irawls that resulted Jn 18 ma-1 jor in Ihc third two game miscon- ducts. In the only other game Wednesday night, New Westminster Bruins overcame the touring Medicine Hat Ti- gers -1-3 to prevent the Tigers stretching their lead m the western division. Swift Current remained in first place in Ihe eastern division. Winnipeg fell behind 2-fl be- fore fans in the first six minutes.of Die first period anrt trailed 2-1 after HIP first period, bill bounced back to load 6-4 at the second intermission. 3 SCORE TIVIC11 Gary Wagner, Mike Korney and Handy Knight scored gofjls each for Winnipcp. Sin- gles were firod by Dave Elliott, Laurie Deprcz and Don Lar- Korney's second goal went into an empty net ami capped the outbreak again-st Swift Current, which had sur- rendered oiily 10 goals in five previous games. Brent Lcavins scored twice for Current. Brian Back, Kelly Pratt, Terry Huskowski and Terry McDougall contrili- a goal each. Calgary's performance, marked 21 of '13 penalties, wtiK hipljIJRhtcrl hy (ii'o-gonl performances Marl Kissel and John Senfcpicl and four-point efforts by Mike Clarke and Jerry Holland, who nach had a goal and three assists. Dan Mandryk, Danny Garc and Ivan Christiansen also scored for the Centennials, who had lost five in a row. Holland now has nine goals, compared with 10 lor talented Darcy Ilota, who scored Wednesday for the Oil Kings, defending H'CHf.. champions. Curtis Shokoples added the olhcr Kdmonton Roal, brforc 2j- ,913 fans. Unilas on his way out? BALTIMORE (AP) The proposed youth movement of Baltimore Colts woirL complished overnight, but the National Football League team's oldest player will feel its effects first. When coach Don McCafferly was fired Monday, genera manager Joe Thomas said Bal- timore youngsters would be given much more playing lime during Uje remainder of the season. In Sunday's game against New York Jets, however, 39- year-old quarterback Jolmiiy Unitas Mill be the only player actually humped out of his job so far. Taking over for ond to the Jets' Joe Xamalh in the AFC with yards pass- ing; this Ije Marl} Domrcs, spent four Eea sons as a back-up signal caHe at San Diego before being ac quired in a trade by Thomas. Rookie Glenn Doughty alsc Mill start at wide receiver replacing rookie Cotton Spej rer, who is injured, and second ycur players Don 'NotUnghan and Don McCauley will start i the backficld for tfie sccon straight week while veteran. Tom Matte and Norm Buliac nurse injuries. It was McCaffcrty's refusa lo bench UniUts which helpec lead to his dismissal after Ih Colts lost to Dallas cowboy last Sunday for their fourth los in five starts, with defensh line coach John Sandusky ta! ing over. Unit as declined to comment on his benching or his future wilh the club after he finishes ouii 7 1 HILADELPHIA 4, LOS ANGELES J Firsl Period I. Philadelphia Pol n (Hughes, Clemenll 1-M-, 2. Los arjtles, Corrigan 4 (Whiling, iefj Penalliei ackslrorn Kelly Corfigan shbee Venaiky second Period 0. Philadelphia Flell A (Ashbee) J. Philadelphia chulli 2 (Hughes) Penalties jrMs minor, major Kelly-major 03, KomadMkl erry Third Period 5. Los Angeles A (Mar col I e, Widing) 6, ngelos. Goring 3 (Corrigan, Back Tom] 7. Philadelphia, Flelf Penalties shbee :30, Ashbee MacLel Corrlgan KomadK Ccrrlgan, mlsconducl Sholi on goal by hilailelphii...... 1 ,oi AngtlH......... 11 7 Covrroy ;32 Savard Durbano Second Perfod 2. Sf. Loull, Evans (St. Marseille, Durbano} 2. Montreal, Lemalre 3 [F. Mahovlich, Mariovllch) 4. W.onlreal, P. ahovllch 1 (Richard Lapolnle) PenHlllcs Evans Savard :39, Roberto Houle Third Period 5. 51. Louis, 5 (D .PJager, 51. Marseille) 3; 4. SI. Louis, Duwuil 1 J4; 7. St. Louis, Unger 4 (Egers. unonl) 6. Montreal, F. Ma. vlkfi fKoule, P. Mahowlich} enalties R. Plager :03, P, Ma vlkrt Rotwrli Richard .H. Sholi tal by NY RAKGER5 7, BOSTON 1 First period 1, HY Hangers. Had- tlU 1 (Ratelle) 1. NY Hangers, erilrvj 1 (Gilbert) 9.34: 3. NY Rangers talHle J Park) Pen- illirs Salher, O' Donne If '.alion game misconduct Carr Espoiito Second pvfod No leading-. Ili-i Bojton bench, SlemkowsVi Selling 4.54, Esposlfo Cnrr iouble minor, BalCey mslor Third period t. NY Rangers. Fairbalrn 3 5. NY Ran Fairbalrn 4 (Park Bolre) Boston, SlanField 3 (eflcyk) NY Rangers, selling 2 (saihcr, B. NY Rangers, Carr (fair burn, Rousseau) Pen- alMci Hodce Selling Sholi on gail by ,lon t i NY ftangen 17 TORONTO 4, PITTSBURGH J rjf pel-rod L Pillsbuj-gh, Polls 3. 2. Toronto. Sillier 3 (Dupere" Kehoe) 3. Plltsburgh, Hexlall 2 (is! Penallies ShatK (tall ?cond 4, Toronto, Ull- T-3 (Ellia, H-nderson) 5. Tor- Dupere 1 (Kehcp, laities' Kehce Monahan Burrows Third period t. Tcronlo 1 7. Piits- burqh, Shack 2 (Sch-Mik, LyncH) allies Pelyk Pgn tnnrh Sirved by I alojide Sitller. M.IA Pgh minari, majcrs Shots an qoal by Isburgh 7 it Toronto jook encompassing Team Can- ada from its training camp lo be conclusive final game In iloscow. New York Hanger's Vic Had- ieJri jumped Ihe learn in Mos- cow and returned homo amid speculation as to his reasoning and decision. Much has been made of Ihc :ncidcnt and the ranger winger added fuel to the discussions back home by iusinualinj! Sin- den didn't know how to handle his conglomerate ol NHL stars. He probably still had that in the back of Ixis mind Wednes- day night when he scored the game's first goal en route to a 7-1 New York victory over Sin- den's Bruins in the first meet- ing of tbe year hehvecn the two East Division giants. Elsewhere, Toronto Maple Leafs edged Pittsburgh Pen Ruins 4-3, Philadelphia Flyers nipped Angeles Kings 4-H, Minnesota North Stars Iriankci Atlanta Flames C-0 and Mon treal Canad'iens earned e ME WORRlEB TOR AWHILE -1THOUGHT WE COIN1 TO ASK IF I LIVE TO SEA HUNDRED-. Tension too much to handle Richard quits coaching Skatatlioii on Nov. 4 his 17th season. This is the last year of a three-year contract at a season. Unites also signed B 10-year "personal services" contract with former Coils' owner Car- roll Rosenbloom, which would lake effect after his playing days are over. feeling from the opening whislle. Banger's Glen Salher nnd Fral O'Donnell of Boston paired off in the first period when Boston's Mike Walton took n game misconduct lor in- tervening. Then ui the second Gene Cair was assessed a double minor and major for his light wilh Boston's ,_ Garnet Bailey. Norm Ulliwan ami Denis Bu- pere took r.dvanlage of an in- jury 10 Pittsburgh goalie Jim Rutherford lo score goals 33 seconds apart in the second pe- riod that enabled Toronto lo IKill out the victory at home. Rutherford was crashed back into the goal webbing by Paul Henderson who was upset as he attempted to break away from the Penguin defence. The young goaltendcr banged his head on the metal framework. He was later admitted lo hospital for overnight observation. Bill Fletl's second goal of the game willi 31 seconds remain- ing while Los Angeles had The I-ethbridge Herald was informed Wednesday night tliat the Skalathon planned by the LethbridgB Kinsmen Club j jn lhe pcnaUyJJOK pulled I tllr and Lcthbridge Minor Hock Associalion will not be held until Saturday, Nov. 4. But during the week, hockey players in Ihe LMIIA will still be canvassing for sponsors. Meanwliilc [lie A.C.T. Bantam "A" Reps will have an exhibi- tion encounter willi Ule Mirfgel "B" Colts tonight. Game time is set for 8 p.m. at the Adams Ice Centre. the game out (or Philadelphia on Ihe west coasl. MONTREAL fCP) Mau- rice (Rocket) Richard will not return to Quebec City as coach of Lcs Nordiquej; of the World Hockey Association, it was learned today, Marius Fortierr general man- ager of lhe club, said in Quebec City Monday that Richard had been given a one-week leave ot absence from his coaching job lo recover from ncvous strain and to consider his future. Forfie- said lhe Rocket had returned home to rest, but re- peated calls to Richard's home here failed to disclose his whereabouts other than that he was "out of town on a business trip." But today, Mrs. Richard con- firmed published reports that her husband will not return to the coaching job and h.T, al ready resumed lhe business ca- reer he interrupted lo handle the Quebec team. Under Richard's guidance, Les had posted a 1- 1 record, with a 2-0 loss to the Crusaders in Cleveland last Wednesday and a shutout of Albcrla Oilers last Friday Quebec City. Maurice Filion, chief scout for T.CS N'ordJques and coach ot Quebec Rcmparts of Uic Que- bec Major Junior A Hockey League when that club won Lhe Memorial Cup Iwo seasons ago, was to act as interim coach o[ the WHA entry. But a club spokesman said Raymond hot in hoop play Miners' Library and Ray- mond Merchants earned wins in City Men's Basketball League action Wednesday. The Library edged past Fair- field Appliances GG GO on the 24- point performance of Bill Ken- ncy, Alhol Thomas and Jerry Kazub chipped in with 13 and 12 points respectively. Al Tysnik led tbe way for Fair- fields with 13 points. D u a n e Schouffer managed 12. Three players scored over 20 points each as Raymond hit the century mark against lhe Friendship Centre. The final score w a s Merchants 119, Friendship Centre 32. Don McLaiu hooped 23 to lead Hie way for Raymond. Myron Eaves and Don Heggie each managed 21. Jordan Big Head and" frvin Yellow Feet had 10 points apiece for the Centre. oday Fih'on had not signed contract as full-time coach. Richard was one of the most iery competitors in the Na- tional Hockey League in a ca- reer that spanned IB seasons with Montreal Canadiens. Ho was elected lo the Hockey Hall of Fame in 19C1. But apparently Ihe transition from competitor lo coach proved too much for the former right winger. We can't ask Maurice Tlicli- ard to die behind the Fortier said Monday, in an- nouncing the leave of absence. "And it's obvious that this has a superhuman task, beyond his For- tier added. "He has visibly lost weight since he's Iveon us.- His morale is very low.0 Mrs. liichard said she had not influenced her husband's decision lo retire, although she did not appear upset by the move. "No, I she saldr when asked whether she had' tried lo talk Richard Into re- signing, "ft was his own deci- sion." 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