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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Habs edge Penguins Yvan performing Canadian Press Beep beep' The Road Runner, common- ly known in hockey as Yvan Cournoyer, was at it again Wednesday night. The elusive Cournoyer scored his eighth and ninth goals of the National Hockey League season to lead Montreal Canadiens to a 3-2 win over Pittsburgh Pen- guins. Cournoyer, 5-feet-7 and 165 pounds, has his impressive Summaries LOS ANGELES 6, ATLANTA Flnl Period 1 Los Angeles Rota 1 (St Marseille, Kozak) 7 13, 2 Atlanta, Qumn 2 (Leiter) 12 21 Penalties Nevm 1 38 WcCreary 409 Second Period 3 Los Angeles Venasky 2 (Rota, St Marseille) 1 06, 4 Atlanta, Leiter 1, 540, 5 Los Angeles Kozak 2 (Widing) 11 01. 6 Los Angeles, Berry 5 (Widing. Marotte) 1601, 7 Los Angeles Venasky 3 (St Marseille) 1756 Penalties Maloney, Paradise ma- jors 5 36, Maloney 12 48, Vail 15 21. Paradise 19 40 Third Period 8 Atlanta Richard 2 (Manery) 4 36, 9 Los Angeles. Widing 1 (Kozak) 509, 10 Atlanta Richard 3 (Comeau Qumn) 1948 Penalties Rota 341, Brown 5 56 on goal by Allenta............. 913 LOB Ang............ 8 1? MONTREAL 3. Pittsburgh 2 Flrtt Period 1 Pittsburgh Pronovost 4 (McManama Watson) 1 50. 2 Montreal, Cournover 8 (Shutt Lemaire) 231 Penalties Watson 211, PohS 1032 Second Period 3 Montreal Lefley 3 (Cournoyer. Lemaire) 11 59 Penalty Wilson 1935 Third Period 4 Pittsburgh Apps 1 (MacDonald Burrows) 11 36 5 Montreal, Cournoyer 9 (Lemaire) 17 18 Penalty Lafleur 19 48 on goal by Montreal 6 14 812 344 CALIFORNIA 7, DETROIT 3 Flrtt Period 1 California, Weir 1 (Leach, Stewart) 4 32 Penalty Bergman 8 55 Second Period 2 California, Croteau 2 (Boldirev McKay) California Johnston 6 (Leach) 14 30. 4 Detroit, Berenson 3 (Ecclestone, Bergman) 14 44 Penalties Murray 530, Johnston 1303 Third Period 5 California, Graves 2 (M Johnston, Boldirev) 3 57. 6 Detroit, Redmond 4 (Ftorek, Bailey) 6 18, 7 California. Boldirev 2 (Graves M jrray) 10 07, 8 California, Shot! on goel by Detroit.............. 2 Celil................ 14 14 532 BUFFALO 3, CHICAGO 1 Pint Period 1 Chicago, Rota 2 (Maki, Mikita) 8 17 Penalties None Second Period 2 Buffalo. Carriers 1 (Robltaille, Meehan) 3 05, 3 Buffalo, Perreault 2 (Martin, Robert) 8 11 Penalties Morton 1 01, Rota 238 Third Period 4 Buffalo, Robert 3 Martin 17-58 Penalty Morton 1242 Shot! on goal by Chicago.........10 5 Buffllo............. 13 11 858 PRE-WINTER TRUCK SALE 1973 Ford Ton Cimper Spiciil V8. auto, radio-16000 miles, auxiliary gas tank, p.s., p b fully equipped, sliding window, camper mirrors. H D suspension. Cargo light-excellent unit 1972 CHEV. V8. automatic. 1969G.M.C. V8, automatic. 1971 G.M.C. V8, 4-speed. 1967 CHEV. Mint condition. V8, standard, Good of Premium (Jttd Sommerfeldt Car Sales 321-13th St. N. Phone 328-9444 goal total along with four assists after six games, mak- ing him an early threat to break Phil Esposito's goal record of in 1970-71 E'sposito, high-scoring centre with Boston Bruins, didn't get his ninth goal that year until his 13th game. In other games Wednesday, Buffalo Sabres beat Chicago Black Hawks 3-1. California Golden Seals whipped Detroit Red Wings 7-3 and Los Angeles Kings topped Atlanta Flames 6-4 "We made a couple of mis- takes and they both hurt said Pittsburgh coach Ken Schmkel Schinkel said Ron Schock made the first error when he didn't win a faceoff with Jac- ques Lemaire in the Pitt- sburgh end late in the third period with the score 2-2. Following the faceoff, the puck went between the legs of Pittsburgh defenceman Jack Lynch and onto Cournoyer's stick. Cournoyer flipped it past goalie Denis Herron for the winning goal "I was trying to check Chuck Lefley on the said Lynch. "Then I saw the puck coming toward me and I tried to jump down to it I guess it got through my legs "As for Lynch said, "I don't know where the heck he came from Schmkel said Lynch's mis- take was that he jumped in an effort to smother the puck, in- stead of maintaining his feet and blocking it with his legs "Lynch stays up and he gets the puck, and they don't get the winning Schinkel said Picking up where he left off last season when he set a play- off record with 15 goals in leading the Canadiens to the Stanley Cup, the speedy Cour- noyer scored his eighth goal in the first period on a power play. He got the winner less than six minutes after Syl Apps had tied the score 2-2 Cournoyer also assisted on a goal by Lef- ley at 11 59 of the third period In Oakland, left winger Gary his 200th game for Califor- three goals as the Seals got even for an 11-2 set- back to the Wings last Sunday. The snapping a three- game losing the visitors 40-19. Joey Johnston got his sixth goal of the year for the Seals, setting a team individual scor- ing record for scoring in six games. DOUBLE 1 O 1 I L Ll U DOUBLE DISTILLED CANADIAN WHISKY TASTES LIKE IT SHOULD COST MORE... BECAUSE IT'S DOUBLE DISTILLED. HIWHONO PIMON.' Thursday, October THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 Charles Hay loses battle Mark Howe scores fourth Sharks terrible THE CANADIAN PRESS Coach Terry Slater erected the tombstone and added the epitaph with verbal blasts after Houston Aeros buried his Los Angeles Sharks 6-2 in a World Hockey Association game Wednesday night "We didn't do anything said Slater "We didn't skate We didn't check. Nothing." Centre Larry Lund scored his first two goals of the season to lead the Aeros to the convincing win before home town fans Toronto Toros defeated Vancouver Blazers 7-4 and New York Golden Blades sur- prised Minnesota Fighting Saints 5-2 in other WHA games Wednesday New England Whalers still lead the East Division with 11 points, two more than Cleveland Crusaders, and three ahead of Quebec Nordi- ques New York and Toronto each has six points, one ahead of Chicago Cougars In the West, Edmonton Oilers and Winnipeg Jets share first place with eight points each. Minnesota has seven, one ahead of Houston and Vancouver, and three in front of Los Angeles "Without George Gardner in goal, they would have scored 12 or 13 said Slater, whose team was out- shot 34-27 "We were sleeping I told them that Gordie Howe would come across the line, cross to the middle and take a spot So what do you do? You knock him down "We didn't do anything." "Our guys are getting too fat and Slater said "They are getting too much money They (Aeros) spent some money last year and got some players We spent a lit- tle money and got nothing "You can't get by with junior players in this league any more Last year you could, but not this year Mark Howe, one of Gordie's two sons with the Aeros, got his fourth goal of the season in the third period Members of the Golden Blades say the club's ques- tionable financial status doesn't bother them any more "That's over with said goalie Jim McLeod, who stopped 40 shots. "It doesn't bother me at all." Camille Henry, coach of the team which is weathering its second financial crisis in as many years, said "I guess the guys who were here last year are getting used to this kind of thing For a team that entered the game with one victory in eight contests, the Golden Blades didn't appear to have any problems at all Andre Lacroix and Norm Ferguson scored first-period goals just 18 seconds apart, and forced the Fighting Saints into numerous errors while cruising to their decision. TORONTO (CP) Charles Hay, the oilman who helped put together hockey's series of the century between Team Canada and the Soviet Union last year, died Wednesday at 71 "I won't rest until Canada's best pros beat Russia's Hay said when he became president of Hockey Canada in 1969 Three years later, he walk- ed in triumph through the cluttered Canadian dressing room after Paul Henderson scored the deciding goal in the last minute of the last game "I told you we could do he kept reminding people 'Now I can rest in a little peace Hay stubbornly pursued a Canada-Russian series after he retired as president of Gulf Oil of Canada to guide Hockey Canada, the government- funded organization aimed at developing the sport In 1970, the International Ice Hockey Federation refus- ed Hay's plea to lift a ban against Canadian professionals and plans for a world tournament in Winnipeg collapsed Ultimately, a mix of HocKey Canada the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association, the National Hockey League and the NHL Players' Association was responsible for recruiting Team Canada for the series with the Soviets Allan Eagleson, executive director of the Players' Association would later say "There's a lot of amateurs in Hockey Canada, but Charlie Hay isn't one of them In Ottawa, Gordon Juckes. the CAHA's executive direc- tor, described Hay Wednesday night as the "driving force behind Hockey Canada "He was a very fine man hockey needs all the people it can get like him Last year Hay retired as president of Hockey Canada because of illness but remain- ed as an executive Hay. the son of a Kingston. 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