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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IFTHBR1DCE HERAID Momltiy, October 30. 1773 Record crowds in Philadelph ia, Detroit Sabres, Canadiens still unbeaten By TUB CANADIAN After tlio Canada-Soviet, exlii- bition series in September gave hockey fans ciglu of tho best hockey Raines they had ever seen, National Hockey League arenas were supposed lo stand empty until the next inter- national encounter. But instead of leaving fans blase about the NHL, the Sep- tember summit may have whetted thsir appo'.ites even more, judging by some turnouts for weekend games. A record tars bought tickets h, Philadelphia Sunday where the Flyers To- ronto Maple Leafs 5-2 while a record cvtendance cf was reported at Detroit's Olympia where the Red Wings lost by a MCCUUEY TRIES IK VAIN Bill McCulley, his head showing between Bill Theimon (10) and Shorty Malacko (5) is looking for a goo! Sunday. Colin Morkle is about ready to smolher the puck. Aclion took place Sunday in the Harold Fleming benefit game at Henderson Ice Centre, Better than 800 fans were on hand for the game. family Oilers take it on the chin Jets winning without Hull By THE CANADIAN PRESS Any fears Bobby Hull may have had about carrying Winni- peg Jets on his own shoulders should be put to rest by the Jets' fronl-running record in the World Hockey Association. Hull, the only recognized star on the Jets roster at Hie start of the season, still hasn't played a game but Winnipeg loads the West Division after a 5-3 victory over Houston Acres Sunday night. Hull is still waiting for a Philadelphia court decision, ex- pected some time this week, which ho hopes will break the National Hockey League re- serve clause which Chicago Blacks Hawks ijisists binds him to the NHL club. In other games Sunday, New York Raiders whipped Alberts Oilers 7-2 while Cleveland Crusaders and Les Nordiques skated to a 2-2 tic after over- time at Quebec City. In Saturday action. Ottawa Nationals defeated Philadelphia Blazers 5-3, Los Angeles Sharks edged New York 4-3 and Al- berta downed New England Whalers 4-1. HUI.I, NOT imsSED Norm Beaudin. with his sixth seventh goals of the sea- son, led the Winnipeg victory and his second goal of the night on a power play proved the before a crowd of -1.311. Milt Black, Jean-Guy Gration and Larry Hornung got the other Jets goals while Gord La- Guy Trottier and Ron Climic added single goals {or the Na- ions and Daimy Lawson, Biyan Campbell and John Hig- neavill scored for PMladelpliia. N e t m i n ci e r Jack Norris stopped 43 shots to back Al- berta in its ttin over New Eng- land. Larry Pleau's goal late in the third period ruined Norris' shutout bid. The Oilers Dennis Rusty Hick'ey Overtime decided the Los An- got goals from Kassian, Brian Carlin, Patenaud and Billy geles encounter as Pe4e Slater broke the tie in favor of the Sharks. Mike Buyers scored twice and Tom Gilmore once for Los Angeles while Claude ClTartre. Jamie Kennedy and Norm Ferguson scored for New York. Canucks visit Kings Tuesday night uiistlers drub Kings RED DEER The r cd for Edmonton who trailed Lethbridge Ssifiru' Kings dropp- j Cnlgary MI, Shiy (7C01, J-irk ima IIS. Tak Ml To'ro Sanely Shigeliirn '.'.I, Tomiyama 'Jli, Carol Til, ys Nakariuira JJ4, Da1 AViyesniro 335, aye Urano JJ1. 11 of the 21 penalties in the game. In Red Deer the league-lead- ing Hod Deer Rustlers exploded for five goals in the second per- two of them while short handed, to defeat the Pass Red Denis 7-3 Saturday. Terry Wittchen, Gord Dillon and Reg Kinch cach scored two goals for Red Deer and Darrell Zapamiuk acided the other, Lyle Murray. Rick Austin and Wayne Krebs scored1 for the Pass. By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sporls Writer Eddie Dorohoy was taking up a collection for a protest, Law- rence Bruchet H1 a s extending his condolences to Pete Slobo- dan and everyone was smiling. Sunday afternoon at Hender- son Ice Centre Bruchet's club edged Slobodian's side 5-5 in the Harold Fleming fam- ily benefit hockey game. More than 800 fans were on hand for the encounter and were treated lo two hours of hockey enter- tainment. The game came about, under he direction of Ed Bruchet, af- :er Harold Fleming and his iamily lost their home and all personal belongings in a week- end fire Oct. ]4. "Where you begin to thank people.'r said Harold Sunday. In :ess tha n two weeks B me Ii el and his group organized the game which saw players from various parts of Alberta anr Madison Squat Garden vhere New York Rangers whip- ped Chicago Blaek Hawks 7-1, for Boston Garden where he Bmins romped over York Islanders and or Buffalo's Memorial Audito- where the Sabres maiti- amed their unbeaten record with a win over Minnesota North Stars. Also still unbeaten are the Canadiens who skated to a 3-3 with the Sabres before 307 fans Saturday night in Mon- treal while another saw St. Louis Blues whip Detroit 8-3 in St. Louis. Attendance was more than at Vancouver where At- lanta Flames defeated the Ca- nucks 2-1, at Toronto where tin Bruins beat the Leafs 3-2; an'I Minneapolis where the North Stars edged Philadelphia 2-1. Even the fledgling Islanders drew New York fans for their 4-4 tie with Chicago while saw the Kings down Pitts- burgh Penguins 5-2 at Los An- gcles. That's more than NHL >ckey tickets in one weekend. rVinger Rick Martin repaid e fans' loyalty at Buffalo nday by scoring his 12th and th goals of the three-week old as on to provide the win that ipt the Sabres just two points :hind the leading Canadiens op the East Division. Goals by former Detroit for- ard Pete Mahovlich and >okic Murray Wilson gay e ontreal the victory at Detroit. Right winger Rod Gilbert elped. set up four goals as Die langers pulled out of their asly-season slump, romping rer the Black Hawks to grab lird spot in the East Division head of the Red Wings. The Rangersf g oal-a-ga me ne of Gilbert, Jean Ratelle nd Vic Hadfteld was in high ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR CANADIAN LEAGUE NCE Pis A Red T Edmonton The 9 4 Saskatchewan B 354 316 Calgary 1_ el h J B.C. 4 344 FV Robinson, Bulfalo VI Detroit S Best on C Toronto Chicago 6 PMtSburqh 5 Los Angeles 5 Phlla 4 W.inneiala 6 4 0 2 1 37 34 78 26 33 33 33 55 T 1C 10 10 9 i Olls'.va Montreal 3 10 3 4 10 llf, (MB; 0 246 0 221 353 272 added singles. The winners got goals fro: Bill Schmid, Jim Baird, He Kc grel lo, I ,ar PI ante, Bo Cox and Fred Pork McLean and Bill Good wer guilty of the only two penalti r- the game. NOWr..Before Make Yoi ('Mine IW te-lLOjir Nearest 'Sinipsons-Starj Store or Phonir! GUS WAS CAMIRA SHY Gus Adams, o former standout wllh the Native Sons, ihcued in tJio goallending chores Sunday af (ho Harold Fleming benefl (jome. AcJamr. mode the trip to piny in (he cj ama (rc.ii his home