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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - November 14, 1982, Tokyo, JapanSunday november 14, 1982 Pacific stars and stripes sports 25 islanders suffer rare shutout loss associated press it was a game that the Minnesota North stars will cherish for a Long time and the new York islanders will try to forget in a hurry. We Haven t been Able to get our offence going. Minnesota deserved to beat us islander coach Al Arbour said after his defending National nil Roundup hockey league champions suffered rare shutout loss to the North stars thursday 2-0 defeat was the first time the islanders had been shut out since 3-0 loss to los Angeles last March 13."it s a great feeling especially when it s against these Guys said Minnesota goaltender Gilles Mel d never had been involved in a 0-0 game but i thought this would Leone Meloche said of the scoreless first two periods. I told myself tomake sure if they got one it was a Good goal so the team would t fee let Down. Bobby Smith s goal took the november 1982 Issue of sumo world featuring Yoko Una Chiyo Ofuji and his new Bride cutting their wedding cake on the cover offers such articles As a review of the recent Aki Basho by editor Andy Adams part four of the future stars of sumo by Clyde Newton and an interview with jury sumo referee who also has the Job of deciding the official technique for each bout in the to division by Mark Schilling. It also contains such regular features a Jesse s Corner the results of the bouts of foreign Rikichi in the lower divisions a preview of the upcoming Kyushu Basho by mar Schilling the column titled keep your eyes on with Shinobu Suzuki focusing on new jury wrestler Dewa Noshima this time the Aki Basho and a series of briefs on such things As the promotion of Sak Hoko to Maku Rouchl making the fourth father son pairing in the top division in sumo history. The Price remains the same at $1.95 �450. A lot of pressure off my scored 14 seconds into the final period and both teams credited that As giving the North stars the needed momentum to hold on for the shutout. In other nil action Quebe Defeated Boston 3-2, Edmonton whipped new Jersey 5-1 and Phila Delphia pounded the new York rangers 7-3.the North stars generally agreed that it was the Best game they had played All year. Team Captain Craig Hartsburg went so far As to say twas the Best Overall game they had played in two Glen Sonmor agreed. I d be hard pressed to remember on better he said. And remember who it was stopped 24 shots in route to his 19th career shutout. The shutout was the first for Minnesota since oct. 10, 1981, when the North stars blanked the rangers 7-0. After two scoreless periods Smith brought the puck from behind the net and stuffed it in under the outstretched Arm of goalie Billy Smith. Seven minutes later Steve Payne added another goal on a breakaway. Nordques 3, Bruins 2 real Cloutier s backhanded goal at17 02 of the third period lifted Quebec Over had tied the game with a breakaway goal at 3 39 of the Sam period skating out of the Boston end with the puck while the Bruins were ganging around the Quebec goal. Terry o Reilly sent the Bruin ahead 2-0 with his first two goals of the season 36 seconds apart in the first period. Alain Cote got one Back for Quebec in the second period beating Bruins goalie Pete Peeters with a glancing shot off defense Andrad Park at 7 22. I love this building. I Don t know Why Quebec coach Michel Ber Geron said of the Boston be got a Good offensive team and the rink is Small. Real Cloutier always plays a Good game in Boston. When Cloutier has a Hance to go on a breakaway he is one of the sharpshooters in the oilers 5, devils 1 Glenn Anderson broke a 1-1 tie Tapio Levo left of the new Jersey devils and the Edmonton oilers Glenn Anderson collide near the boards in an nil game at East Rutherford . The oilers won 5-1. A with a third period Power play goal leading Edmonton Over new Jersey. The loss stretched new Jersey skinless Streak to 12 games. The devils Are 0-9-3 since beating Phila Delphia on oct. 18. New Jersey grabbed a 1-0 Lead at6 42 of the second period on a Power play. But Edmonton s Wayne Gretzky tied it on another Power play at 15 17 of the second , the nil s leading scorer converted after a Superb set of passes from Mark Messier and Ken Linseman. The goal gave Gretzky at least one Point in each of Edmon ton s 18 games this season. After new Jersey killed off five minute major penalty to Garry Howatt the oilers capitalized on yet another Power play Opportunity. An Derson stole a pass from Caro Vadnais and put a wrist shot past new Jersey goalie Glenn Resch at4 12. Messier Dave Hunter and Anderson then closed out the scoring for the oilers. Flyers 7, rangers 3 Lindsay Carson and Tom Gorenc scored two goals apiece As Phila Delphia used a five goal second period to defeat the rangers. The flyers out shot the rangers 20-6 inthe second period scoring three goals within a Span of 3 02. Gorence started the rally with his first goal of the season a shot from the left face off Circle that trickle past new York goalie de Mio. Carson scored the next two goals both on assists from Bobby Clarke to give the flyers a 3-1 Lead. Rookie Mark Taylor scored his first nil goal to make it 4-1, and Ron Flockhart closed the period with his eighth goal of the season when Mio mishandled Flockhart s shot Anklet it slip through his legs. West Virginia Routs Rutgers 44-17 i buy sumo world Magazine a Pacific stars and stripes bookstores and army and air Force Exchange outlets in Korea Okinawa and Japan East Rutherford . A quarterback Jeff Hostetler teamed up with Rich Hollins on touch Down pass plays of 54 and 43 Yards thursday night triggering West Virginia s 44-17 College football Vic tory Over Rutgers at giants stadium. West Virginia ranked 19th by the associated press was trailing 10-7 Early in the second Quarter. But the mountaineers outscored the knights 23-0 for a 30-10 Lead late in the third period. Paul Woodside pulled West Vir Ginia even with a 26-Yard Field goal then gave the mountaineers a 13-10lead with another three Pointer this one from 30 Yards 25 seconds before halftime. Hostetler playing in his first Gamin three weeks after recovering from a toe injury threw a 46-Yard strike to Hollins who gathered in the Ball on the 8-Yard line. The Junior wide receiver ran it in to Cap West Virginia s opening drive of the second the first play of the ensuing drive Rutgers quarterback Jacque Laprairie s pass was intercepted by Jay Getzendanner who ran the Ballback 15 Yards to the Scarlet 10. Fullback Ron Wolfley carried twice the last time powering in from the five for the s 24-Yard Field goal boosted West Virginia s Lead to 30-10.hostetler s second scoring pass to Hollins came in the fourth Quarter after Rutgers had scored its second touchdown of the Victory boosts West Virginia s chances of making a postseason appearance possibly at the Gator or Sun bowl. The mountaineers 8-2,have Only Syracuse left on their regular season schedule. Sophomore Willie Drewrey stun Ned the crowd of 27,132 when he gathered in a punt and broke three tackles As he sped up the Middle for 75 Yards and West Virginia s opening touchdown. Rutgers took their Brief 10-7 Lead Early in the second period after Alex Falcinelli booted a 45-Yard Field Goaland freshman running Back Vernon Williams rolled Over right guar from one Yard out for a touchdown. Laprairie sparked the scoring drive with a 72-Yard pass play Loandrew Baker that took the Scarlet knights to West Virginia s 8.Rutgers scored its final touchdown on Albert Smith s one Yard leap Over the Middle after a 15-Yard pass interference penalty against West Virginia and Baker s end around pass for 25 Yards to Eric Cut West Virginia s Lead to 30-17 late in the third mountaineers closed out the scoring on Mickey Walczak s two Yard run into the end zone

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