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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Wedneiday, J.pltmb.r 30, 1972 THE LHHBRIDGS HERALD 9 Canada-Russia series resumes Friday in Moscoiv Sinden Seaming, he's writing a book STOCKHOLM (CP) Harry Sinden, who came out of retire- ment to lead a group of Cana- dian professionals ui what was supposed to be a conquest of the Soviet Union's amateur nockey team, now is writing a book about the experience. Team Canada's efforts against the Soviets so far, and against the Swedish national team here, have been anything but a conquest. But that will all be in Sinden's book which he is putting together with the help of Boston author Will McDonough. "We hope to have it out by Sinden said after a "I think the best way to go would ba to choose a singte team. Maybe take the Stanley Cup winner, give them a week off and play four games. "Make it all in Canada one year and make it all in Europe the next year. And we shall use tiie tiiree-officiat system. The two-official system hurts both teams." Looking ahead to I he Moscow NHL controls amateur hockey group games, Sinden said he hoped Team Canada could get back lo the form which produced a 4-1 win in Toronto and a 4-4 tie in Winnipeg. "What we were successful rath In Toronto and Winnipeg should be successful in Moscow. Vio are trying to hold back the centre and send in the wings and we're trying to shut off their long pass up centre. GET USED TO THIS PADDOCK-larry Mead, of the Wendell Eresman stable of Arro- wood, walks Furious Flight around the paddock at Whoop-Up Downs Tuesday after- noon. Mead, of Lethbridge, expects lo see Furious Flight in the winner's circle more than once during the Fall Kara Meet which gets u nder way Friday afternoon at two o'clock at Whoap-Up Downs. (Rick Ervin photo) Quebec manager levels blast Bruins trim Red Wings Ferguson gets winner By THE CANADIAN PRESS Ottawa hockey fans didn't know what thoy were missing until Tuesday night. George Ferguson, a prize jun- ior draft choice, was said to be bound for Ottawa Nationals of the fledgling World Hockey As- sociation until recent weeks. The 20-year-old winger finally made it to the Canadian capi- tal, but as a member of To- ronto Maple Leafs, and notched the winner in a 2-1 score over Philadelphia Flyers In National Hockey League exhibition play. Race results CALGARY (CP] Race resoMs ar Victoria Park Tuesday; FIRST elalmfng. 3 year olds, 7 lur- 1 ongs, Winding Princess (Nerds) 7.10 3.M, Bull Quarlz (CombsJ H.JD 3.90, Cariboo Trail (Rycraft) 3.60. Time: 45. Do A, Moolas, Gemr Carbon County, Flying Exit, Barbs Luck also ran. SECOND claiming, 3 year olds, 7 furlongs. Nlnlana (Rycroft) 10.90 3.80, Pee Wees hit the ice Sunday The Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association will start their sea- son off with a mass practice for ffrst year pee wee players and any pee wee player new to the city Sunday. The session will get under way at p.m. and will run until 8 p.m. at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre. At the same time, all par- ents are invited lo attend an equipment "Swap Shop" at the ice rink. This will enable parents to swap hockey equipment with other parents. Meanwhile all hoys wishing to play hockey this season arc re- minded that registration closes Saturday. No late entry forms will be accepted. For the remainder of the week nights, registration forms will he taken between 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. while Saturday en- tries will be handled between 9 a.m. and 12 o'clock noon at the Henderson Ice Centre. allanr Kin (Willis) 15.60 5.70, Doclln (earl (Nofrls) 5.10. Time: 2-5. Red Power, Prlnca Bully, Caesar Boy, Lena Dlrlhi3ay, Royal Horse- guards also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: IIM.CO. THIRD claiming, 4 year olds and up furious. Silver Dell (Kipling) 7.80 4.10 3.30, Wimple Street {Barroby) 4.10 2.90, Blc Bambl (Willis) c.30. Time: Bhal Force, Tall Ridge, Hopping Hope, Susan's choke, Tidal Breeze also JUINELLAi II 4. (0. FOURTH claiming 4 year olds and .'a miles. Crystal Chimes (Norrli) 1S.80 ?.20 5.50, Sure Speed (combs) 11.20 6.40 Soon EnuTI (Rasmussen) 6.49. Time: 4-5. Sandy's Splendour, Fas! Friday, Car oufer, Gay SWch, Perfect Host also FIFTH claiming- 3 year miles. our Lad (Rasmussen) 5.20 3.50 2.7C Roaring 4.10 2.80 Cape Time: 2-5. New Response, Rusty Rouser, Tic kte Your Fancy, Bluo Muslango, Ru lahmorn also ran. EXACTOR: S14.70. SIXTH J4.000, claiming. 4 year olds and up 7 furlongs. Law Boss (Barroby) 6.50 3.10 2.40 Super start (Kipling) 3.10 Speed Sort (Suitor) 3.30. Time: 1-5. Air Strike, Canadian Arctic, Hills 0 Snow arso ran. SEVENTH claiming, handicap, 3 yea olds and up, miles. Oulloot {Sanchez! 4.00 3.20 2.71 Stumbling Cub (Phelan) 5.00 3.70, Kap call (Shields) 3.40. Time: 4-5. Fan Tall, Royal Rouser, On The Go, also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, n.iles. LEAFS NAME MOORE TORONTO (CP) Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League have named Ot- tawa native Gerry Moore as coach of their Tulsa farm club in the Central Hockey League. Ozark Tune (Kipling) 4.90 3.40 Behl Behl (Combs) 6.40 4.60, Som Hend 'Barroby) Time: 1-5. Haydns Smcke, Reverse Current Son O Ireland, Blglilllo Bull, Sheila also ran. QUJNELLAt Taber meeting The Taber Minor Hockey As- sociation will hold' its annual organizational meeting Thurs- day evening. Set for eight o'clock the meeting will be held in the Blue Room of the Taber Civic Centre. In other NHL action Tuesday, yl Apps clinched a 3-2 victory or Pittsburgh Penguins over alifomia Golden Seals in his ometown of Kingston, Ont., linnesota North Stars dumped sTew York Islanders 6-3 at Merborough, Ont., Boston 3ruins beat Detroit Red Wings -2 at London, Ont., and Mon- real Canadiens edged Chicago Black Hawks 3-2 in Halifax. ROUGH OPENER The Toronto-Philadelphia Same, before fans in the Civic Centre, bor- dered on mayhem with 88 min- ites in penalties being called in .he pre-season opener for both :eams. Garry Monahan for Toronto and Gary Dornhoefer of the Flyers exchanged power play joals before Ferguson beat rookie goaltendcr Michel Belhu- meur with a screened 15-foot shot in the third period. After Apps broke up a 2-2 stalemate at'Kingston, Califor- nia coach Garry Young re- moved veteran goallender Marv Edwards in the closing moments to add an extra at- tacker. The move almost paid off when defenceman Dick Red- mond rattled the puck off the goalpost behind rookie Dennis Herron, last year with Trois- Uivieres of the Quebec junior league. Stan Gilbertson and Joey Johnston were the California mavksmen while Ron Snell and Al McDonough scored earlier for the Penguins. Minnesota had little trouble with the expansionist Islanders who, in earlier had lost nnd tied to At'anU Flames, an- other new NHL franchise. Jude Drouin and Barry Gib- bons scored two each for the Stars, veterans Murrav Oliver and Dean Prentice adding one each. Craig Cameron. Dave Eludson and Lo-ne Henning were the New York scorers. The Bruins, with only sis of lost year's Stanley Cup cham- pions in the lineup, broke a 1-1 deadlock with two second pe- riod jtoals to hand Detroit its second exhibition loss. Orldliefson, and Fred team practice Tuesday. "He should have 'he firsi iialT cov- ering the in-Canada part done by the lime we get back. "I'm doing tapes here and mailing them home. It may bo we're sacrificing quality for speed, but if it isn't pretty good I won't let it come out." Sinden said the book would appear in both hard-cover and paperback hut that no title has been selected yet. FLY TO MOSCOW Sinden and Ills squad of Na- tional Hockey League stars opened a new chapter in their adventure today when they left for Moscow for the remaining four games of the Canada-Rus- sia exhibition series. The games in Moscow are set for Friday and Sunday and Tuesday and Thursday next week. A game against Czech- oslovakia in Prague, Sept. 30, wraps up the team's tour. After squeezing a win and a :ie between two losses to the Soviets in the four games in Canada, Team Canada beat the Swedes 4-1 here Saturday and tied 4-4 Sunday. In the two games here, the Canadians were disorganized despite avoiding a loss, and the criticism heaped on them by fans and the local press for their rough tactics in Sunday's gume produced an atmosphere of gloom around the Team Can- ada camp. But the gloom appeared to QUEBEC (CP) Marius1 Fortier, general manager of Les Nordiques of the World Hockey Association, says that a recent stat.vnent by president Joe Kryczka of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association proves that the latter body is controlled by the National Hockey League. Reports from Sweden Mon- day quoted Kryczka as saying that undev no circumstances will the WHA be able to ar- range a tournament with the national teams of Czech- oslovakia or Sweden. 'In refusing to allow the Team Canada, made up en- tirely of NHL players, recently clayed host to the national :eam of the Soviet Union for a four-game series. It then moved to Sweden for ,wo exhibition games and stalls Czechs to come lo Canada, the CAHA has proven it is con- trolled by the Fortier said. "I do not understand the CAHA refusing this request, while the same has been granted to Russia, unless there are two he said. a four-game scries in Russia Friday. Kryczka, commenting on ar- rangements being marie be- tween the WHA and the Czechs, said: "There will be no series ba- CBC may do WHA games MONTREAL (CP) The Ga- ?ette says CBC and World Hockey Association officials will meet in Toronto Friday to negotiate television rights to some WHA games this season. The newspaper, in a front- page story, quotes Don Good- win, head of the English-lan- guage sports department of the CBC, as saying the network may be interested in carrying up to six WHA games this sea- son. It quotes him as saying In an Interview he had an agreement tween the WHA and the Czechs or Swedes, ance I have the assur- f ederation-to-fed er- ation basis that the Swedes and Czechs will not deal with tha WHA." The CAHA, ruling body in Canada for amateur hockey, is Canadian representative to the International lee Hockey Fed- eration, the woi'ld body, to which Sweden and Czech- oslovakia belong. Kryczka, a Calgary lawyer, said that even if an agreement dent, has informed him he were reached between the WHA in principle with Bill Hunter of the WHA's Edmonton fran- chise, the Alberta Oilers, but Gerry Davidson, WHA presi- shauM be d3aling directly with the league. "We're only interested in the four Canadian Ottawa, Winnipeg and Edmon- we'd like to get into each city at least once when, as with the opener, there's another Canadian team in Mr. Goodwin said. and the Europeans, Canada would be able to veto tha agreement through the I1HF. Fortier said the current Can- ada-Russia series, with the So- viet team winning two, losing one and a fourth game a tic, ha.s taught his new club that it must stress team play rather than count on individual per- formances from its players. have evaporated Tuesday when the Canadians turned out for a strenuous drill. "Spoiled brats they really worked said Sinden after the workout. "They couldn't take a prac- tice like that a week said assistant coach John Ferguson. "Today they were joking and laughing." The high spirits were evident enough during the practice when centre Phil Esposito formed a daisy chain with one squad during cross-over drills. 'NEW SINDEN "There seems to be a new spirit on the said Sun- den. "In Canada we tried to fight off the feeling that we were two-to three-goal favorites. Now the feeling is. we are underdogs by a couple of goals." Absent from Tuesday's prac- tice was winger Wayne Cash- man who was taken to hospital following complications in- volving the cut tongue he suf- fered in Sunday's game. "He can't eat, drink or said Sinden. "Dr. Jim Murray ordered him into hospital so they could feed him in- travenously." Sinden said Cashman's tongue had been "almost cut through" when he was hit in the mouth with a stick by Swe- den's Ulf Sterner. "We'll work the team out again tomorrow morning before taking off for Moscow. Dr. Murray says we should know at that time whether Cosh will be able to leave with us. "We're confident he will be, but he'll be pretty weak after this, so it's he'll see action in the first game in Mos- cow on Friday." Sinden, who quit hockey after leading Boston Bruins to the NHL Stanley Cup championship in 1970, relumed this year to face the task of moulding team out of 35 NHL only tliree weeks of camp. "I'd do It again, but I think someone else should get the job next said Sinden. 'Maybe there should be some special Warm 'Thermo7 Boots Made of Rubber with a thick lug sole, yellow Boa lining and a steel shank. Boots are insulated and wa- terproofed. Dark Green. Youths' 11-2, Boys' Men's 7-12. Hookies Chris Doug Roberts, O'Donnell and veteran defen- system, some other time ceman Dallas Smith tallied for Boston. Leon Rocheforl scored both Detroit markers. 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