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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, Octcb.r 17, 1972 THE LETHBRIOGE HIRAID 13 KARATE ON ICE? John French of tli e New England spills allcr missing goal in firsl period of World Hockey Associa lion gome againsl New York Raiders Thurs- day in New York. Raiders goalie Gary Ku rt locks on. (AP Wirephoto) Quebec goalie ouslcd Aubrey kept arguing )nce i ear some Bruins struggling It's not so bad visiting Boston now By THE CANADIAN I'UIvSS Kver since Ihc Boston Hruin Hull (o lhe World Hockey Asso- ciation, Thev overcame a goal Liy lub became a powerhouse in j chim Maki in tbe National Hockey League, Or by scorjng two quick Coals io lead the Black Hawks 2-1 at the end of tlie first pe- riod, but their defence col- lapsed after thai. Chicago scored three goals in since January 1970. treal, counting Us ninlh and j York against llio Islanders, also lie of the accepted (acts was hat tlie team was almost un- beatable at home. Tlie Bruins have been so lov- past tour seasons that during twfc'e in' hat time Ihsy lost only 14 of (he ,0 win firsl game .54 games. But with the lingerinC kiiee' rouble of Bobby Orr, their all- star defencemaji who also is an essential part of their attack, he Brubis appear less fear- some to the opposition and so 'ar this season have teen 9. Chrcago> nViik Ka S, PenaMies CoSliman Russell 9-.13, Chicago tenth served by Maggs Shoti en goal byi Chicago 1 11 Boston U 13 PHILADELPHIA 3 DETROIT 1 First Period No scoring. Penal- ties Clarke Kelly Olonne, Clemenl DarnhceFer ClarXe SecontJ Period 1. Philadelphia, Clement CBI.idon, WfltLon) Third Period 1. Detroit Libsll i (Cnllins) 3 PHiladelphia, Flell 7 (Clarke) 1-JilD. Penalties Lons- Delrolt............ U H Philadelphia t 8 10-37 MONTREAL 7, ST. LOUIS 0 Firsl Period 1. Montreal Lemaire 9 (Lnrose, Sav.ird) 2- Lsfleur 1 TardiM Pen- allies Duponl Hoile tgers, Murdoch P. second Period 3, FAantreal, CC-JT-- noyc-r S (Lemaire) J- Tardrf S (Houle LadeLn S. Monlreal, Lapolnlp 7 (P Wfltiovircii, Larose) Lcmaim 10 [Leperrirre, Murdoch) 7. Mont- real, Lefley 7 (LemBlre> IM3. Penal- ly DjrDano Third Peritd Ho Penal- lies Murdoch Shofs on goal by: SI. Louil......... 13 H Montreal 13 13 J morning of Oct. 14, week 3RD, ix players shared in the Ciii-1 10th goals in ninu games as the ago scoring while 1'hil ICspo-1 Canadiens romped over the lo got two for the Druins. Dlucs. Jacques continued1 who scored three s torrid scoiing pace for Mon-1 goals Tuesday night in New EATING HIS OWN WORDS Sporls Cdilor Pentti Lund of Ibe Thunder Boy Times-News samples his column corn (lakes after losing a bet recently. Lund said the Detroit Red Wings defcaled Hew York Rangers in overtime in llie sixlb gome of the 1950 Stanley Cup finals. Detroit won in regulation lime maxing iT worse as Lund was o member of Ihe Rangers al ihal time. (CP Wirephoto) got assists in Montreal on goals hy Yvan Cournoycr and Chuck Lcfley. scoring however la not the only reason for Mon- real's undefeated streak and iole possession of first place in he NHL's East Division. Ken Dryden's goaltending Is also a [actor. The lanky goalie registered Ms third shutout of the season he blocked 37 St. Louis few of Ihem were dangerous. All seven Montreal goals were scored agninst Jac- ques Caron in the first two pe- riods, lie v.-as replaced by Wayne Slcplienson at the start of the third period. Detroit's defeat by the Fly- ers, its firs., after six. straight victories, left it in third place in tlie East with 12 poinls, one behind second-place Buffalo Sa- bres ajid three behind Mon- treal. Bill Hell's seventh goal of the season at in the third period broke a 1-1 tie to give the Flyers the victory. His win- ning shot came after he look a pass from Rohby Clarke in the Detroit zone and moved into scoring range. His shot was blocked by De- troit dcfcnceman Serge Lajeu- nesso but llic puck came out the Detroit defender and Flcll moved around him, picked up lhe puck and lifted it over goalie Hoy Edwards. Bill Clement scored earlier (or Philadelphia Nick Li- bctl got Detroit's goal. 'Hie Kings won their third game In a row, the longest team winning streak in two seasons, and Hie viclory moved Ihem into a Lie for Iliird in the West. SIMPSONS bears 1 Hunting Equipment Specials Gun and Scope Package Reg. Parker Hale 7 MM Magnum nfls mounted a Tasco 4x40 scopo (cross hair 1 only. Parker Kale 30-06 5219 Reg. 30-06 boll aclion Weaver K-4 scope. ilia mounled 1 only. Warriors will take on Klks Tlie Juvenile Warriors will meet the liridgc Midget "A" Elks in an exhibition encounter Saturday. Game lime Is set for 8 p.m. nt the Civic Ice Centre. 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