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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 TWI irTHBRIDOI HKAID Monday, 36, 1970----------------------------------------_ Bruins Stage Rally Against Upstart Flyers By IAS MacLAlNE Canadian Press Staff Writer Boston Bruins and Detroit Red Wings used some old hands on the filing lines Sunday to make headway in the National Hockey League's East Division. Boston defence man Ted Green, near death a year ago front a serious head injury suf- fered in pre-season play, ignited a limpid Bruin offence with his first goal since returning to the lineup and Boston rallied from a two-goal deficit to a 4-3 vim over Philadelphia Flyers. The Red Wings squelched ru- mored trade talks when they re-imited veteran Gordie Howe with linemates Alex Delvecchio and Frank M a h o v 1 i e h and fought Montreal Canadiens to a 3-3 deadlock. Mahovlich and Howe each scored and drew as- sists on defenceman Gary Berg- man's goal. In other Sunday night games, California Golden Seals and New York Rangers settled for a 2-2 tie, Chicago Black Hawks trimmed Buffalo Sabres 4-0 on goalie Tony Esposito's second shutout in as many nights, and Vancouver Canucks extended their unbeaten string to three games in a 1-1 tie with Pitts- burgh Penguins. Summaries SUNDAY BOSTON 4 PHILADELPHIA 3 First Period 1. Philadelphia, Nolet 1 (Helskala, Lacroix) Phila- delphia, Clarke 3 (Hale, Bernier) Penalties Hillman Kelly major, Awrey, major Second Period 3. Boston, Green 1 (Hodge, Esposilo) 4. Boston, Es- posito 6 (Cashman, Hodge) 5. Bos- ton, Bucyk 5 (McKenzie Stanfield) Penalties Ashbee San- derson D. Smith Third Period 6. Boston, McKenzie 3 (Bucyk) Philadelphia, Lacroix 4. (Gendron, Ashbee) Penalties Hillman minor and major Sanderson minor and major L. Hillman major Orr major Ashbee Shots on goal by Philadelphia .........10 3 Boston ..........8 22 BUFFALO 0 CHICAGO 4 First Period 1. Chicago, Mikita (White, Koroll) Penalties Wat- son Hamilton, Campbell 8M7, Koroll Mikita, Pratt dou- ble minor Second Period 2. Chicago, Nes- torenko (Angotfi) 3. Chicago, Pin- der (Stapleton, Maloney) 4. Chi- cago, Staplefon (Martin, White) Penalt ies Koroll Mackey, Scnmautz Magnuson, Krake ma- jors White Martin, Ma- loney, Magnuson, Hamilton, Inolis, O'Shes, Barrie Barrle ma- jor Koroll Third Period Ho scoring.-Penalties Martin, Maloney, Ham- ilton majors, Fleming (double game misconduct, Jarrett Shots on goal by Buffalo...........56 Chicago 7 U DETROIT 3 MONTREAL 3 First Period 1. Montreal, P. Mahovlich 4 (Richard) 2 Mont- real, Cournoyer 8- (P. Mahovlich, Perrier) Penalties Rolfe 2'49, Baun Richard double minor. Lin- ger Howe LaPointe F. Mahovlich .P Mahavollcn mi- nor, misconduct Second Period 1. Detroit Howe 3 (Hart, Delvecchio) 4. Detroit, F. Mahovlich 1 (Webster, Delvecchio) 5.' Montreal, Cournoyer 9 (Bell- veaul Penalties Hart Le- mairc Lemaire 6. Detroit, Bergman 2 (F. Mahavolich, Howe) Penal- ties Baun, Pieau Redmond Rolfe Shots on goal by Montreal 9 12 Detroit 6 10 10-26 :na1- Your NEW Authorized Dealer for JEEP TRUCKS AND STATION WAGONS UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave.f 3rd Sf. S. Phone 327-1418 VANCOUVER 1 PITTSBURGH 1 First Period No scoring. Penal- ties Hextall Watson Young Doak Woytowich Second Period 1. Vancouver, Maki 4 (Kurlenbach) :50; 2. Piltsburgh, Hex- tall 1 (Harbaruk, Prentice) Pen- allies Popeil McCreary double minor Rupp, Corrigan Third Period No scoring. Penal- ties Harbaruk minor, misconduct Young Shots on goal by Pittsburgh.........13 6 Vancouver .......10 7 NEW .YORK 2 CALIFORNIA 2 First Period No scoring, ties Hevin Vadnais Second Period 1. California, Cn teau 1 (Hextall, Muloin) 3. New York, Brown 1 (Balon, Tkaczuk) Penalties B. Hicke Horton ml- or, major Hextall major Third Period 3. California, Hamp- son 2 (Howell) 4. New Hork, Ra- telle 3 (Hadfield) penalties An- drea Gilbert Neilson Shots on goal by California 8 8 New 10 14 SATURDAY MONTREAL 3 PHILADELPHIA 1 First Period 1. Philadelphia, Gen- 2 (Nolet) 2. Montreal, Ma- hovlich 3 Penalties Harper Gendron Bernier Peters Second Period 3. Montreal, Cour- noyer 7 Mahovlichl Penalties Van Impe Mor- rison, Mahovtich Larose W. Hillman Third Period 4. Montreal, Beli- veau 2 (Redmond) Heiskaln, Harper Shots on goal by Philadelphia ......7 7 Montreal 13 18 706. NEW YORK 4 MINNESOTA 1 rst Period 1. New York, Gilbert 4 (Ratelle, Brown) 2. Minnesota, Seguin 1 (O'Shea, Nanne) 3. New York, Seilling 1 (Hadfield, Nevln) Penalties Grant L. Brown Goidsworthy Second Period 4. New York, Had- field 3 (Gilbert, Ratelle) 5. New York, Balon 2 (Fairbairn, Horton) Penalties Reid Gibbs Fairbairn Goidsworthy mi- nor, misconduct, game misconduct, Redmond Third Period No scoring. Penal- Shots on goal by ew York.........15 15 Minnesota 11 8 534. LOS ANGELES 3 ST. LOUIS 1 First Period 1. Los Angeles, La- bossiere 4 (Flett, Lonsberry) 2. St. Louis, Lorentz 1 Bordeieau Second Period 3. Los Angeles, WI- ding 2 (Byers, Berry) 4. Los An- geles, Widing 3 (Berry, Ravlichl Penalties Widing 10MB, Cahan Bordeieau Marotte major, mis- conduct, Third Period No scorina. Penal- ties Barclay Plager "Bob Pla- ger Cahan Shots on goal by St. Louis......... 11 12 10-33 Los Angeles f 9 CHICAGO i TORONTO ft First Period No scoring. Penalty Second Period No scoring. Pen- alties D. Hull Stapleton Third Period 1. Chicago, Maki 2 (Campbell, Jarrett) Pehaltles MacMillan, Maloney, Ley Maloney, Selwood, majors Shots on goal not available. Saturday's action saw Mont- real trim Philadelphia 3-1, Chi- cago blank Toronto 1-0, New York down Minnesota North Stars 44 and Los Angeles Kings register their first win over St. Louis Blues in 17 games, 3-1. The league's newest entries, Buffalo and Vancouver, meet Tuesday night on the West Coast. Green was given, a minute- long standing ovation by Bostonians after his goal at of the second period. He missed the entire 1969-70 season after a skull fracture 13 months ago, suffered in a stick- swinging duel with Wayne Maki of St. Louis Blues and1 now with Vancouver, left the left side of his face and body partially par- alysed. He got the green light to re- sume skating at the tail end of last season. Few hockey people expected him to return to the form that had made him; one of the most respected defencemen in the league. But the 30-year-old St. Boni- face, Man., native who now makes his home in a Boston suburb had been given every opportunity by Boston manage- ment to play his back on to the championship team and re- sponded in a fashion that de- lighted even his ardent sup- porters. The Bruins, who saw their un- beaten string threatened on first-period goals by Simon Nolet and1 Bobby Clark, took command after Green's goal and held a 22-3 shooting edge in the second period. Centre Phil Esposito tied tto score 27 seconds after Green' goal and John M c K e n z 1 notched the winner midwa through the third period. The tie at Detroit came fo lowing meetings between play ers and a management disturl ed over the Red Wings1 start that had seen them wi only two of their first seve starts. Howe being tested in a d< fence roll this year after .2 years as an all-star right er, joined Mahovlich and De vecchio to start the game an the revival of the high-scurin unit was an instant success. The tie ended a Detroit losin streak of two games, despit two power-play goals by Mon real's Yvan Cournoyer, his eighth.and ninth of the season. The Wings began shopping fo reinforcements after Friday' 4-3 loss to Buffalo, blowing a 3-fl lead to the NHL newcomers. Sid Abel, Detroit's genera manager, reported to be con ducting trade negotiations wit several NHL clubs, said follow ing Sunday's game the Rec Wings "played terrific." "They played the way we know they can play." 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