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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LtTHBRIDGI HERALD Thursday, Octotxr 27, 1970 Rookie'Netminder Sparkles In Victory Canadians Cooled Off By Hustling North Stars By THE CANADIAN PRESS Rookie goaltender Gillcs Gil- bert of Minnesota North Stars says he didn't have time to think Wednesday night while turning in a sensational per- formance in his second National Hockey League game. He was too busy stopping shots from Montreal Canadiens. The 21-year-old native of Es- prit, Que. turned aside 46 of the 47 shots tile Canadiens sent his way to lead the North Stars to a 3-1 victory over Montreal. "There were so many shots on me in the second period I hardly had time to Gil- bert said after the game. "I'm very happy, and I'm sure this kind of game has to do a lot for my confidence." Gilbert, playing before his parents for the first time since his junior days with London Knights of the Ontario Hockey MISSES SHOT Minnesola rookie goaltender Gilles Gilbert fends off a shot by Montreal winger Peter Mahovlich with the assistance of Charlie Burns during Wednesday night's 3-1 victory by the North Stars. The loss was the first suffered this year by the Canadiens on home ice and their second of the year. Many Ifs Are Involved In East Playoff Plans Hook Is Gone, Hadfield Hot TORONTO (CP) Tfere are only four Eastern Football Con- ference games left this season, but official figures show they represent 81 possible combina- tions of victories, losses and ties which could have a bearing on the final standings. Greg Fulton, Canadian Foot- ball League secretary-treasurer who figured it all out said Tuesday "only one of the 81 combinations cannot be decided by the normal tie-breaking for- mula." Thirty-four combinations favor Montreal Alouettes finish- ing first, 24 favor Toronto Argo- nauts ending up in top spot and 22 give Hamilton Tiger-Cats the nod. The one remaining possibility leaves the standings in doubt unable to be decided by normal tie-breaking procedure and Ful- ton has to figure out an answer by the time the EFC directors meet here Monday. "Of course, 72 of the 81 possi- ble combinations can be elimi- nated by events this weekend and there may not be a problem by Fulton said. Fulton outlined the tie-break- ing formulas thus: With two teams tied for first, the game victories between the teams involved will decide which gets the bye into the final; if that doesn't break the tie, then the, points scored be- tween the two teams will rub. And if that doesn't do it, over- all points scored by the teams Involved will be brought into play. The same formula would be used in the event of a three-way tie and there are two ways a three-way tie could occur: 1. By Ottawa beating Mont- real and Hamilton beating To- ronto .this weekend then .Mont- real beating Hamilton and To- ronto beating Ottawa Rough Ri- ders next weekend. In this case, Keeling; Let Out CALGARY (CP) Jerry Keeling, regular quarterback for Calgary Stampeders, was released from hospital Wednes- day after 13 days of treatment for a cracked rib and bruised kidneys. Keeling is expected to miss the game next Sunday against British Columbia Lions, but may dress Nov. 1 for a match with Winnipeg Blue Bombers. He was injured Oct. 7 in a game against Montreal. Alou- ttes when he was hit from the side late in the final quarter. Fire Kills 21 Horses CHERRY HILLS, N. J. A fire which swept through the stable area of Garden State racetrack Wednesday night de- stroyed at least 21 thorough- bred horses, track officials said. Police said the number of animals killed could be as high as 40. The fire occured on the third day of a new meeting. It was the second fire in which horses were destroyed at the track in two years. Montreal would get the bye for defeating Hamilton and Toronto twice each. Toronto would be second by virtue of a better record over Hamilton. 2. If Montreal defeated Ot- tawa and Toronto beat Hamilton tins weekend and Hamilton beat Montreal and Ottawa beat To- ronto next weekend there would be a three-way tie which could not be broken by conventional means and would have to be resolved by whatever formula is accepted by the EFC at Mon- day's meeting. Pulton has broken down his 81 possible combinations still far- ther to find that 23 favor a Montreal-Hamilton-Toronto and Toronto-Montreal-Hamilton fin- ishes. Thirteen combinations call for a Toronto Hamilton-Montreal result and five would have it Hamilton Montreal Toronto. Seven combinations would make it Hamilton-Toronto-Montreal. And of course, there's that one other combination which leaves the whole thing in doubt. "Winning will be important these next two Ful- ton said, "but with the possibili- ties of ties the margin of vic- tory in each game could be im- portant also. Teams will r.ot only be playing to win, but they'll be playing to score as heavily as possible." In 1951 both the EFC (in those1 days the Big Four) and the WFC (called the Western Inter- provincial Football Union) had a three-way tie for first in the final standings. The West divided the points- for into the points-against among the three clubs and the lowest quotient won. The East flipped a coin. NEW YORK (AP) The hook is gone from Vic Had- field's but legislated out of existence by the National Hockey League's rules commit- tee. But there's still some dyna- mite left in the veteran New York Ranger's shot. Hadfield scored twice Wednesday night as New York beat Toronto. They were the first goals he has produced since abandoning the curved blade on his stick. "They cut the allowed curve down to one-half inch this year so I just decided to scrap said Hadfield. For the last few years, Had- field's sticks have carried hooks as deep as three-quarters of an inch, causing his booming slap- shots to drop and take off. never knew what a Had- field bomb might do but the trouble was very often, neither did Hadfield. So when the NHL rales com- mittee put the crimp on curves, Hadfield decided to go back to the conventional straight blade. "It's a funny feeling to have a backhand shot, he laughed. SWITCHES LINES' Besides the straight stick, Hadfield underwent another im- portant change this year. He was switched from his regular left wing slot on the high-scor- ing Jean Ratelle-Rod Gilbert line and placed on a defensive line with Bob Nevin and rookie S'yl Apps, Jr. "I really think the switch is going to help said Had- field. find myself concentrat- ing on checking more than I ever did before. It's like getting down to fundamental hockey all over again." Hadfield's winning goal was booming 50-foot slap shot, low and accurate, that beat Bruce Gamble cleanly. "I think he was looking for a high shot and got crossed said Hadfield. Moments before he scored the winner, Hadfield's line came on the ice to face Toronto's big Bowling CAPRI BOWL WEDNESDAY MORNING COFFEE Rose Cropley 238; Betty Purdy 305; Pat Plomp 265; Coleen Manak 223; Phyllis Jensen 184. MARTINIZ1NG Marion Carbert 283; Pat Henderson 274; Pat Plomp 241; Issie Orsten 242; Marg Smith 233; Alice Kennedy 235; Sylvia Peterson 225; Gladys Going 225; Ihirley McLellan 227; May mane 224. GREEN'S SHOES Jean Koskosk! 334 May Hie- bert 318 Shirley Boyd 26B Dena Smith 245; Elenor Dortgattl 265 Lynel Gaetz 301 Cec Beaudry 287; Jim Hlga 271; Lou Slo- tyn 277; Randy Wolstoncroft 278 EAGLES Ann Golia 233; Joyce Marsden 2S3; Roland Anderson 247; Rose Nunweiler 283 Evelyn Groves 266; Kathy Ludwig 275; Vi Price 237; Frank Gor- da 232; Georga Matchelt 237; Robert Thomson 228. scoring Ullman, Ron Ellis and Paul Henderson. John McLellan, coach of the Maple Leafs, tried a little line jockeying to upset the matchup but Emile Francis, boss of the Rangers, was having none of that. "He was trying to change things said Francis, "but we had the last move be- cause we were at home and I wanted the checking line out there against those guys." Obviously, Francis was look- ing for a little defence, but Had- field gave him some offence as a bonus. Clay, Quarry Have Words ATLANTA (AP) Mu- ll a m ni e d Ah' and Jerry Quarry conducted a battle of words Wednesday when they took physical examinations for Monday's boxing match. "I'm the best, that's all, I'm the said Ali, the far- mer heavyweight champion then known as Casius Clay. "Until I hit you on the replied Quarry. "I've flattened them all- Listen, said Ali. "You're fighting me now, replied Quarry. "Y 0 u 'r e an old Quarry, 26, told the 28-year- old AH. "You'll never meet another like me. It's impossible for you to beat me." said Ali. "Nobody ever talked me out of a Quarry shot back. "Nobody ever beat me with their mouth. You're on your way out." And so on. Hull Will Play Despite Injury CHICAGO (AP) Bohby Hull, Chicago .Black Hawks golden jet, is expected to play against the Bruins in Boston to- night despite a pulled hamstring in his left leg. Hull, injured in a collision in Sunday night's National Hockey League 2-2 tie with St. Louis Blues here, worked out Wednes- day. "Bobby's leg is a little bit said coach Billy Reay, "but he thinks he can play at Boston although he probably won't be 100 per cent." Hull went flying head-over- iieels after a flying block by Barclay Plager, who was stunned by the impact and had to be led off the ice. Calvert Double Distilled Whisky: How the West was won, DOUBLE DISTILLED Westerners are being won over every day to Calvert Double Distilled Whisky. That's because Double Distilled is the finest value in the West and because Double Distilled doesn't lose robustness when we make it smooth. Anyway, one sip and you'll be won over lob. Calvert Double Distilled is made right here in the west. Calvert Double Distilled Calvert of Canada Ltd. Gimli, Manitoba Association Junior A series, handled a barrage in the second period. He got able support from his team-mates, some of them for- mer Canadiens, in handing the Montreal team its second con- secutive defeat. RUEL LAMENTS "I can't buy goals for Montreal coach Claude Ruel said of his team that has scored only two goals in their last two games. "I can't buy the breaks, ei- ther. Tonight, we didn't get goals or breaks." In other games Wednesday night, New York Rangers edged Toronto Maple Leafs 3-2, Cali- fornia Golden Seals and St. Louis Blues played to a 2-2 tie and Los Angeles Kings downed Pittsburgh Penguins 4-2 Jean Drouin, last season's Rookie of the Year with Mont- real Voyageurs, the Canadiens' farm club in the American Hockey League, and Danny Grant, traded to Minnesota in the summer of 1968 by the Can- aoiens, each scored one goal and picked up one assist for Minnesota. Bobby Rousseau, traded to the North Stars by Montreal along with Ted Harris this year also earned an assist, Montreal took an early lead on defenceman Guy Lapointe's first-period goal but the North Stars tied it in the second and rammed in two more in the final period. "It's great to come in here and win like said Harris. "Especially coming back iike we did in the last period." In New York, Rangers came from behind in the third period and won their fourth straight game. The Leafs out shot the Rangers 17-8 in the first period, which ended scoreless. Toronto tallied twice in the second aftei New York took a 1-0 lead by Vic Hadfield. But Hadfield, with his seconc goal of the night, and Wall Tkaczuk, with his fourth goal o: the season, gave the Rangers the win in the third. SETTLE FOB TIE At Oakland, the Seals watched what looked like then- first win of the season end up in a tie as the Blues scored two quick third-period goals. The Seals took a 2-0 lead on second-period goals by Dennis Hextall and Joe Hardy. But the Blues, playing without their leading scorer Red Berenson, out with a knee injury, and Ab McDonald, sidelined with a sore back, rammed in a pair in the final 20 minutes and spoiled goalie Gary Smith's shutout bid. At Los Angeles, the Kings, trailing 2-1 in the third period, scored three consecutive goals for their win. NEW YORK J TORONTO J First Period No scoring. Penal- tics Fairbalrn NY Park NY Second Period 1. New York, Had- field 1 (Ratelle, Park) 2. Toron- to, Trottier 1 (Keon) 3. Toronto, Ullman 3 (Ellis Sellwood) Pen- allies Park NY Sittler T Ley T Irvine NY Dorey, T Third Period 4. New York. Tkac- zuk 4 (Fairbairn, Neilson) 5. New York, Hadfield 2 (Nevin, Neilson Penalty T bench MONTREAL 1 MINNESOTA 3 First Period 1. Montreal, La- pointe 2 (Richard, Cournyouer) Penallles Richard Mil Me- Kechnie Min Nanne Min Laperriere MM Second Period 2. Minnesota, Dro- uin 2 (Rousseau, Grant) Pen- alties Gihbs Min Min Redmond Mil Third Period 3. Minnesota, Golds- worthy 1 (Oliver, Nanne) 4. Minnesola, Grant 2 (Drouin) Penally Reid Min OAKLAND ST. LOUIS 1 First period No scoring. Penal- les Muloln Cal Talbot SL Second Period 1. California, D. Hextall 4 (Croleau, Muloln) 2. California, Hardy 1 (Hicke, Vadnals) Penallles Plcard SL Hardy Cal Talbot SL Malliussl Cal Muloln Cal 18-45. Third Period 3. St. Louis, Sbourin 4 (Crip, Lorenrz) 4. St. Louis, Morrison 1 (Wall, Eccleslonel inaltles Stackhouse, Cal Ecclestone, SL, LOS ANSELES 4 PITTSBURGH J First Period 1. Los Angeles, Ca- an 1 (Flelt) 2. Pittsburgh, Balh- gale 1 (Boyer, Schinkel) Pen- nies Cahan LA Woytowich Second Period No scoring. Penal- ies Marolle Polls Pgh major, Balhgate Pgh, Ravlich LA major, Lonsberry LA Sather gh Ttilrd Period 3. Pittsburgh, Shock i (NcCallum, Polls) 4. Los An- geles Pultord 2 (Flelt, Cahan) 5. Los Angeles, Mickey 3 (Labosslere, Price) 6. Los Angeles, Wldlng 1 (Price, Berry) Penallles Wat- son Pgh Mickey LA St. Basil's Lose ByFcuu'ToCCHS In Junior High School Soccer action the Catholic Central crew walked over St. Basil's 5-1 yesterday. Greg Kveder and Greg Keith both booted in two goals apiece while Louis Papp managed one for CCIIS. Dave KoskiwM averted shutout scoring tho lone St. Basil's goal. NOT A BAB BREW.EH.CHALKIE: -SHALL WE Cougars And Rams To Tangle Friday Eegular league action in the Southern Alberta High School Football League comes to a close Friday night at Hender- son Park, and for the Catholic Central Cougars and LCI Rams it'll actually be a tuneup for their championship showdown one week from tomorrow night. Earns garnered a playoff berth last Friday by trimming Winston Churchill Bulldogs ship final with a pair of vic- tories. First place will also be at stake in Friday's contest with the Cougars sporting four points and tha Rams three. The two clubs, long-time riv- als in local football circles, met earlier this season and the Cougars rolled to a 27-6 vic- tory. Game time is eight o'clock with the teams back at the same stand next Friday night the Cougars' previously I to determine the title. Cougars earned a spot in the champion- j are the defending champion. 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