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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, Orfober Zt, THI WTHMIDS1 HKAIO Flames scorch Seals before crowd of By THE CANADIAN PRESS Keith McCreary scored two power play goals to lead At- lanta Flames to a 4-3 National Hockey League win over Cali- fornia Golden Seals before a lliin crowd of Wednesday gave Atlanta its night. MeCreary first lead when he scored at of the second period to break a 1-1 tie and tallied the winning goal nine minutes into Ihe final period. Flames' rookie Jacques Hich- avd scored his first NHL goal full-length rush to offset Walt McKeclme's unassisted goal for the Seals. Bobby Leiter handed Atlanta a 3-1 lead at of the second Pete Laframboise scored his Laframboiso scored a second goal in the third period at to close the scoring. Meanwhile in Minneapolis third goals by Pierre Jarry and Dave Kcon powered Toronto Maple Leafs to 4-3 Na- tional Hockey League victory Minnesota North Stars Wednesday niglil. Jarry, streaking in to slide liome Garry Monalian's centr- ing feed, put the Leafs into a 3- 1 lead at The North Slavs countered with a power-play goal by Den- lis Hextall at before Keon deciding tally at both team sliort- ______ ster Harvey finished out the scoring at for the North Mint first goal by Lou Nanne came at of the sec- ond period otf rookie goaltender first NHL goal in the last min- h tne theU.-eearUer_in the middle Summaries ATLANTA 4, CALIFORNIA Derek Sanderson, John MC- U.S. protest rowing riod after 43-year-old Jacques Plants was forced from the game when a puck struck his glove hand. In other games played Wed i nesday Buffalo Sabres staged a F rst Cs Iforn a, McKech- 09 .lit 3, s. Atlanta, Richard i late comeback to earn a 2-2 (Price, McMillan) penalties tie with the Boston Bruins Marshall Edwards Second Period 3. Atlanta, Me-. Creary 3 4. Atlanta, ped Philadelphia Flyers 6-1. The tie for Buffalo moved fries Marshall Johnston them into a deadlock Wit Price waiors Kciter Canadiens atop th Vni'rd Atlanta, Mccrc-ary standings in the east. Sabres Canadiens and Red Wings ar Mir. all unbeaten thus far this sea Khali Boldlrev i 9 13-n I straight and trails the Sabre ojiiornit ..._..._.... i and Habs by a single point. In the Ranger Flyer en TORONTO 4 MINNESOTA s I counter Hod Gilbert paced th First. Period 1. Toronto, Glefinle win two goals and an 35- sist. The win gave the Rangers Second Period J. Minnesota, Nan- their fifth victory nc 1 (Oliver) 3. Toronto, Sltller I (Kerioe, MclntyreJ Penalties W.cKenny O'Brien, Monahan Glbbs, Third Period 4. Toronto, Jarrv