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INDEPENDENT (AM) NHL standings Philadelphia. NY Rangers. Atlanta NY Islanders Vancouver... Chicago...... SI, Louis WvtSlMII W L TPISGFM ...79. It 6 64 159 W 23 12 ,9 55 164 140 . .20 17 '9 49129126 ...18 '16 U 47151 124 Division 1- W L TMsGFG* a »- 5 » i»147 4 46151-133 7 43146158. :..21 20 ... H - 2 0 . , ABA 'LOUISVILLE- Witt) seven players sconna in double fie- "ures the Kentucky Colonels found the going easy en route to a 114-91 win over the. Memphis Sounds. Kentucjty led 29-17 after the first quarter, 55-32 at Mfttme -anirl I35 , after three periods.' Neff High moved into a tie for first place in the Suburban League with Cerritos, Wednesday as. the Trojans won and Cerritos was upset by crosstown rival Gahr. Cerritos played without it's leading scorer in league play, Darrell Hall, and the Dons couldn't compensate for his loss as Gahr, now 4-2, prevailed, 54-51. The score was tied 47-47 with 2:22 remaining when a.-free~j throw by Gahr's Art Jackson, and two more by Greg Riphagen pushed the, Gladiator's ahead, 50-47, a lead they were able to hang on to. .lacksnn IMJ Qahr *K!th 15 points while teammate Noble Smith added 14. All- CIF guard Ben Rowland scored 25 in a losing cause for the Dons. Neff, behind a balanced scoring attack, improved is league record to 5-1 with a 59-52 victory over Artesia. The host Trojans trailed by one point going into the final quarter, but Scott Thorpe and Phil Flentge scored six points, each in the final eight minutes to secure the come-from-behind win. .Flentge (17), John Spino- Rings 4 roll up v doormat image By AL LARSON Staff Writer .'·'We've still got a long me most on our trip was how well .way to go, but I think as time goes by, our chances become better and better to.jwin the division," Kjrigs coach Bob Pulford sa'id on the eve of tonight's homecoming at the Forum against the Toronto Maple Leafs starting at 8 o'clock. A crowd in excess of 14,000 is expected to welcome the Kings' return frpiri a record two-week trip in which they regained the division lead from Montreal by picking up 12' of a possible 14 points. Once again Pulford's heroes will play their favorite game of score- bftard watching. With the Canadians playing tonight irj' Minnesota, the Kings could-;open a three-point lead over Montreal as t.r}ey continue their run toward the Stanley Cup playoffs. rOnce the 'doormats of the National Hockey League and particularly patsies on the road, the Kings continue to show why they expect to battle Montreal down to the wire. ' ·· Coming off a .seven- game trip in which they disposed of Minnesota, Buffalo, Toronto, Washington, Boston and Mon- we played against Montreal m bur head-to-head confrontation/Montreal had lost the night before while going for the longest unbeaten record. It's hard to tell mentally what affect it had on them. They knew it had to be a big game for us. When we won (6-3), I'm sure it was a blow to them. But you can't underestimate Montreal. They have a great deal of talent. "I don't think Boston played one of its better games against us," Pulford continued, "but we had great forechecking. The Kings have been so. fortunate in the injury department that center Vic Venasky dressed for only four of the Kings' 45 games; and finally was sent to Springfield to get some playing time. "I don't think many people thought we'd win Sunday's game on the Ca- nadiens' ice," said all-star defenseman Bob Murdoch. "Had we gone into Montreal and lost, we might have resigned ourselves as being a second- place team." A year ago the Kings were struggling with a 1622-7 record. Now, they're flying along with a 26-7-12 tre^l, the Kings, improved mark, their record away from The Kings have yet to home to 15-3-6--best in lose to Toronto in four projhoekey. At home, the meetings this season, Kings are 11-4-6. ¥ ; v "I don't know how concerned! they are in Montreal, but they .know we are a; threat," Pulford said Wednesday. "The 1 thing that pleased emerging with three wins and a tie. After tonight's match, the Kings play a weekend series in New York against the Islanders and Rangers. WHA standings ABA standings New England Cleveland Chicago Indianapolis Houston Phoenix San Diego . Minnesota Michigan WHA East Dlvhtai W L T Pts, 6F SA !4 17 ! SO 152 1S3 17 a ! 3S |119 141 17 24 I 33 143 143 9 32 3 Jl MO 183 West Bivisicn IS 13 0 56 193 122 21 18 6 48 153 151 31 19 1 43 137 139 Jl 20 0 a 168 140 3 29 107 179 New York Kentucky St. Louh Memphis .Virginia. 13 27 Canadian Division Quebec- 28 15 0 56 183 137 Toronto 23 18 2 48 181 159 Edmonton 20 IS 2 42 132 120 Vancouver 19 20 ! 40 126 129 Winnipeg 18 18 2 38 1» 127 Wednesday's Games Vancouver 2, Minnesota 1 Phoenix 8, Chicago 5 Indianapolis 3, Winnipeg 1 Games tonight Chicago at Indianapolis. Toronto at Michigan. Cleveland at OUCDCC. Vancouver at San Drego. Eastern Division W ',. Pet. SB 32 13 .711 31 13 .705 Vi 19 78 .404 14 13 34 .377 30 9 36 .200 23 Western Division 38 ! .809 29 21 .580 Wi 22 24 .478 15^ 21 27 .438 17ft 19 28 .404 19 Denver San -Antonio Indiana Utah San Diego Wednesday's Games Kentucky 114, Memphis 91 ImSana 120, Denver 110 St. Louis 129, San Diew 124. OT Whiter slo-pitch B 8,0 Railroad 7, LACB1. Our Gang M, Shakev'sll. Dlko Truckers 5. Slo Bailers 4. , Games tonlgnl AT THOMAS NO. I: «:30-House of Bud vs. FM Fireballers: WO-ITS vs. Bull Gang; 8:50--Marilyn's Men vs. Global Marine. sa (16)', Steve McCarthy (14) and Thorpe (10) .?') scored in double figures for the winners. Dave Stebbins led Artesia led the Pioneers with 16; ' Mayfair's.Mike pelkers scored a season-high 31 points to lead the Mon-. soons over-visiting Glenn, 76-61..'-- · · - - - . V .;.':'. Tom Mull added 10 for the winners, while the Eagles were;, paced by freshman Mark Van Holland with 15. GLENN (61): Van Holland 15rKlist- off 12: Rogers 7, Dull 7, Curtis 6, Borun- da5.Salas5.Dlxon4. MAVFAIR (76): Mull 12, Oelkcrs 31, Bradley 4 Popovich 6, Diffine 8, Morehouse 10, Peminuri 5. Glernn........... '.18 9 12 22-61 Mayfair ..20 19- 15 2J-76 -'Correspondent: Carol league ARTESIA (52): Woolsey 8, O'Brien 4, Ring 8, Stebbins 16, Richmond 8, Crane NEFF (59): Flentge 17, Splnosa 16, McCarthy 14, McKay 4, Thorpe 10, ' Kuloniso. Jarmilto 1, Oppedahl 2. Artesia le H 11 n-52 Nrff 12 12 16 19--59 Correspondent: Vkki tack CERRITOS (51): MUler.7, Holmes 2, Howland 25, -Harston 4, Warren 5, Smith4,Cooke4. GAlfe (M): Jackson 15. Riphagen 8, Huff 2, Smith 14, Serrano i Homstar 6, Wilson 3. Cerritos 11 16 9 15-51 Gahr ............16 9 II 18-54 . Correspondent: Paul friggia . . ' NBA standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlwtic Division . ' - · ' . - W L Pet. GB Boston 31 14 .689 Buffalo -·:.- ..- 30 16 .652 I'A New Ybrk - 23 M .535 -7 Philadelphia IB 27 .400 13 Central Division Washington . 33 13 .717 '-Cleveland . 22 20 J!4 · 1 Houston . M 24- .455 12 Atlanta : ' 20 27 .426 UVi New Orleans · 5 37 .119 26 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Detroit 27 19. XI -' Chicaso ' 24 20-.545 I Milwaukee " 22 21 .512 3'A Kansas City-Omaha 23 25 .479 5 Pacific Division Golden state . 2 8 16 .636 Seattle a 2S .444 K Portland 19 25 .432 9 Phoenix 18 25 .419 1'fi Us Angeles 17 26 .395 lo'/i Wednesday's Games Washington 97, Kansas City-Omaha 88 Boston 110, New Orleans 102 Detroit 96. Portland 94 Games tonight Houston at Atlanta. New York at Cleveland. Philadelphia at Golden State. (Only games scheduled). ' Pistons 96, Blazers 94 DETROIT-- A nine-foot jumper by Bob Lanier with seven.seconds to play gave the Detroit Pistons a 96-94 victory. over the Portland Trailblarers. .Portland, led by Bill Walton's 25 points and 11 rebounds, had come back from a 79-' 70 deficit after three quarters! Lanier and Curtis Rowe scored 25 each for Detroit and Dave Bing added 22! PORTLAND INI Wictii 2 3-3 7, Johnson 6 0-0 12. Martin. 3 2 - 2 8 , Pelrie 6 3-1 IS. Steete 2 3-4 7, Neat 2 0 - 2 4 . Walton 10 5-7 25. Wilkens 3 3-1 9. Clemens 3 I-J 7. Totals 37 20-28. DETROIT (HI "·".'·-. Rowe It J-5 25, Adams 2 0-0'4, Lanier 11 3-4 25. Ford 0 IM 0, Bing 6 10-10 22, Menselt 2 3-5 7. Davis 0 1-3 I. Porler 0 00 0, Trapo 4 W I, Money 2'0-0 4.. Totals 38 20-J7. Porriind 17 17 M M-H Detroit 24 II J 17-lf Total fouls: Portland 25, Detroit 22. Footed out: None. A: 9,180. :;· Bullets 97, Kings 88 LANDOVER. Md.- Phil Chenier (33) and Clvin Hayes (3D provided the offensive power that enabled the Washington Bullets to secure a 97-88 victory , over the Kansas City-Omaha Kings. It was Washington's 12th consecutive win at home arid was never in doubt as the Bullets streaked to a 35-14 first quarter lead. - - - · KANSAS CITY IHI Wedman 3 2-! !, McNcill 6 0-0 I), Lacev 4 5-6 13, Archibald 9 11-12 29, Walker 1 3-4 5, Benagen 3 1 - 2 7, Williams 5 !-2 11. May 0 IK) 0, Kosmalski 0 2-2 2, D'Anlonl 0 04 0. Totals 31 '26-30. WASHINGTON (17) Hayes 10 11-12 31, Riordan 7 O-O 14, Un- scld 2 0-0 4, Porter 3 I-! 7, Chenier 15 3-4 33, Jones 0 2-2 2, Robinson 0 0-2 0, Weath- orspoon I 45 6. Haskins 0 0-0 0, DuVal 0 0-0 0, Koielkb 0 0-0 0. Totals 38 21-27. Kansas City H II 31 22-U Washinston JS U !5 21-97 Fouled out: Porter. Total fouls: Kansas City 25, Washington 27. Technical: Porter. A:4,719. KartsasCitv 9 31 4 22 110192 - :' ! ' Division i ·' · ' . W L TPUGFGA . KilUS 26. 7 12 44149 93 Montreal 25 8 1 3 6 3 2 0 7 . 1 3 1 ' Pittsburgh 18 17 10 46185171 Detroit 11 24 ' 8 30124169 Washington 3 38 S'll 92244 V Division* : ' . W L T Ms OF GA Buffalo .29 9 7 65 196 136 Boston 25 12 8.58212139 Toronto 17 21 7 41 157173 California -..11 29 9 31129194 Wednesday's Result Pittsburgh?, CaHfmla 5. Games bmigbt Toronto at Kings. Atlanta al N.Y. Rangers. ' Kansas City at Bostn. Detroit al Buffalo. N.Y. Islanders at Chicago. Philadelphia at St. Louis. · Montreal at Minnesota. Vancouver at Washington. illa - d l u . £ d u i g hounds; George' McGinnis sparked Indianapolis to a '120- , 111) Victory over ABA western - opuuo.- -.· Divislon-leadjng Denver. Mack .Calvin scored 23 (or the losers. ST. 'LOUIS- Veteran Freddie Lewis pumped in seven of his 31 points in overtime and 1 helped the Spirits of St. Louis rally to a 129-124 win over San Diego. 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