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' ; ; , " V;" THE OTTAWA JOURNAL , ' J " ',1, ' ' ' ' ' ' ' THURSDAY, APRIL j.imj X- Tori'K.rrtHftJ-onr- j. 7,-;: .::-', i " By JACK SI 1.UVAN ' Canadian Press Sports Editor DETROIT The law' of aver aies sav Chicaso Black Hawks are du tn homb Terry ".Saw-chuck" and hi Red Wing play- ma les nch! .out nf Dpirna' pivmpia Stadium . Blit, BHack -Hawk general anagerjP ano iosi do mrce nignis Iommv .Ivnn says. "hotfkey -.js,. later. , , . funny Rame. Right now, it . ticking in, Ivan, coach Billy Reay and their collection of Na tional Hockey. League stars and super-star: ' The hpokies, stalled Hawks favorites' to whip past the Red Wjngs' in the '.current Stanley Cup semi-final. But they probably forgot that some games would have to be played here a favorite burial spot for Hawk teams. t -The two clubs get together in jfhe fourth , game -of their bes-of-severt et with- Wings ahead 2-1 in games. No one would, be surprised' if they had another scalping celebration and took a 3-1 lead into Sun-day's fifth encounter at Chicago.- . . -MAY CHANGE The desperate Hawks, who probably will come up with one or two lineup changes, are fully aware of-the petroit jinx. They've faced goalkeeper Saw- chuck on Olympia ice 14 timestmake a change ornwo since Feb.. 24. 19fi2. and: naven t been able to beat him, including a gtring of three victories in the 1963 Cup semifinal. ' . . ' , . And they haven't pulled out with a decision ih seven outings on Detroit ice during the regular NHL schedule this season, even with" Roger Cro- i zier,. Red Wings' standby goalkeeper, between the pipes. The answer to this, particularly in the Cup payoff games. ' is that the Red Wmg elder statesmen are playing like yourfgsters-aodiHe big guns on -"fhe;Hawk osfer tiave suddenly -1ecornr fngger shv,, , 'Tlie .rSS-year-old : Sawchuck left hospital two hours" before the opening faceoff in Tues- Before you - buy a ) . new or used boat and. , motor.'. ..V WHY NOT WAIT . for-the spmiiG BOAT SHOW - for '64 COMING SOON! for a Sneak Preview you carr drop in. to Conveniently Loralrd . pnwntown to rvt , . Vnn Bi 31ft SLATKR ST. INxt Door to h Canadian Tlr Star at Kent) phone 236-4893 " FREE ESTIMATES - " ON ALL TYPES OF ROOFING AU Workmanship and Matarlali Guarantor IIV1E5 IS J MFRIVAt.B WW: ' IU-UJI Work Boots CrebValentine-Palmer mm Oil 4 I , as low as 7S5 excHang daVi third 'game and. with the " f 7Tr -' - V ' v-.!! t' T . .. VtLi-.J I Howe and . Bill Gadsby and 334 ViW-.' ' I N,-"v'VV,yi I "'J uiqn .Moiiugnards.; juniors V Y I bilions .Montagnards : juniors 1VY P. J V? U ll , 1 J v" T haven't lost a hockey game November 7. I I i ," ", 1 fa ts-Jr" """"" I 11 I I J. . - tv" " r7r I. if 4" They won another Jine last I M ' , ; I ijince , , T" They won another pne last ''-',ld easv -i rwin at I mirsaay ana ; inen. ieu; Gadshy.. his defence Pronovostand Sawchuck tbeen the defensive stars noe piaymaKer -ana : team leader, has effectively shackled Hawk . . Bobby Hull while making his 'own "tremendous contribution to, the; Detroit offenct ; ; STOP BIG THRf E ' : ' o This' was., particujary ' evident' Tuesday night xheit - Howe.' 'celebrating-,ht36th birthday, set up two of, the three goat. Hull had onl twp shots on the Detroit, net. ,. V v-I'.' ' , ;' And the Big Three on Chicago's attack' all seasons-centre Stan Mikita, fight-winger Kenny Wharrtm and Hull have accounted for only one goal in three playoff "games toTdate Over the j.70-game schedule they contributed 121 to the Hawk cause Hull r with 4.1, Mikita arid Wharram' 39 ' 'each:, . ThereVthe difference in. this series, and Reay is expected to for to- night s game. He : savs he definitely will not bench goal-' keeper Gleort Hall in favor of Denis Dejordyl , ; But Doug Robinson. , a left winger from Buffalo Bisons of the American Hockey , League, will dress .for., his first big-league game., "1 don't think- Billy.- will rrrake up his mind -until tomorrow" about personnel changes." ..Marcel Pronovosv planked the Hawks 4-0. lH capo' had opened 1 he; serifs home have!"! and. the Allan Cud trail will be theMont;es took a 2-0 Jvan said Wednesv-lrjsMSrple"1-eafs back. hijp-tiffwhajcver'tettrvT doe L ' thegossip M ihat Robinson will take fever from Ron Mur-1 phy a seven-year Hawk.-Reay .refuses4o commit self. 1 ' 7But him- Cradle Hockey Award s N ight Set for May 9, . Date' of --the. eighth annusl -CTadie-Horkey- Leagtie-awanK night haj been changed from April 10 to May 97-raturdiy. It will be held at the Coliseum starting, at 7 00 p.m. , . - riRST ftRtOD 1 MontlM. Sntt- 3 Montiea. Dtprd iStitti 3 Riehmond. Formt ' J - 7 "Schrvburt, Konwinjr 4 Richrtiorjd Lahy 12 3 IV 31 (Savard. SchryhurJi . Penalty Bdl 10 4 "rroMi pr.Rioo 3 Montln Sroun lOaapardj . -. Montiea. Crawford 19 32 108 tLarockr ... -10 II T Richmond. Kon-inyl (Hoan. McDonald 14 07 Pnm: Lahfy 4 S3. Charron S3d. v.tHIRf PFHTOO MnnM. I. rock Drtparri. Crawford . BRichmond, Kimwinji - - i.Hog an . IIK-SlmitlM, Serniiri . ' Stm. DMpardi , II Richmond. Llmogra . Pfnaltien:' - fhlarrllt' and -S 3 t.imo - S 4 Riouji -Chtaratlt t S3 ' 11 : 4 44 7 24 IS 01 Rioii 14 20. Summary "confident"'' W i n d spfrNS.' aboutTm well as thev had to. nosted a fi-5 win over the Rich mond Royals here last night to wirr the ouha oest-oi-seven final series 'in straTght game. But from here on ijj the" road to the. Allan Cuphampionship will be ajnugh one. CONFIDENT COACH ' Judging. from the scores Jind reports fromjhe Mantimes, the East appears to have a strong contender, this year. 'In fact Windsor playing coach Georges Roy was of the opinion that the ODHA repre-entattve-wouldfr't be much better' than 'the Quebec-team they eliminated in three straight games. -; . ''; ' ', -, But these confident statements from down East "aren't bothering -one Ross Tyrell, Montagnard; team manager. TTy.rell said that so far as he could determine, this Eastern team is much the same as a junior'club. Monties eliminated, n Memorial tup piay - two years back. i '. Tyrell obyiousrySs-asn't all that impressed - with the Club when it was in junior ranks and he's not all that impressed with it as a senior team PLAY MONDAY i. it aii kAii. Anum to-what promises to be''st senior hockey series of-hesei; son and this best-of-five East- fern Allan Cup semi-final series will open Monday night at the Auditorium. .'""- The second game -ofVthe series -is slated Wednesday at the Aud and . the third game on the same ice on Friday evening of- next week. 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I .'. f -,-. of-seven Ottawa and 'v 'T ' ( ''.;?- -.Viift"..- -"'-rl .Primroses plavVd their, best I Primroses plavVd their I 1 lit -. " . . fmm.TTf-- - 4 1 ":and I , . jrt. 1 ,tiu tame ff vi"'Jl iu win- t - . ' -:-.n came as to win T - BIG MAN IN L1TTLK LEAGUE 1 v Mickey McConhel!, -right, director of training for Little League baseball at liamsporU P.a , was guest- speaker Wednesday night at, Gyro Little League. Night at J" -the Chateau Laurier. The .Ottawa' Gyro Club founded Little League baseball . f Ottawa in 1355. In his address. McCbnnell. .wlio set up a Brooklyn Dodger scouttnfrr-program in 1939, said he-hoped the day is not too far distant when there will be a -. Western J,S. team playing in' the Canadian,' finals. As well as director of training, he is Eastern regional director for Little League baseball. Shown at left is Jim Wilson. Dominion tournament director of Montreal, and centre is Don Climo, Gyro yice- prosident."'''. . . ' ' J. 1 journal Photo hy Dominion Wtn. MohtiesTiUmpfi By PHIL O'REILLY of The Journal " - BROCKV1LLE The Ottawa District " Hockey Association championship belongs 'to the Ottawa senior . Montagnards and the next obstacle alongiflva I 1 1 ..- If ?v. Million Dollar. 5 f j ' ' ' Carra Inaaranre tjQf f . ; f , l"r- j I f ' f ' and - P- W : 1 J.i Ph". I ri - it rj -, ... HUGH M. GRANT Limited i part of worldbeaters last night, but then they didn't have to. They led 'from the outset and while. Richmond kept coming close, the Valley champions never headed ihew-J,bTg' city" lead onTv early in the first period to see it eliminated hy the'end the opemng-20 mtnutesln .Monties new a ,iwq goai ieaa on rour . occawons but Ttoyals -kept, r coming back to reduce the margin. SCORES TWO J A j Gaetan Secours scored what turned out to. be the winner at 15.01 of the third period when hebeat Plummer Craig on the short side. At the -time Royals' Moe Rioux was serving a twji, minute sentence. Royals trfade it an interesting finish when Bernie Limoges was credited with a goal at 17.10 to cut Monties lead to onegoaLMonues'earguard Claude: Charron actually put thar'fffl'e" in "the net. A shot by Limoges deflected off Charron's stick and beat Bob Mongeon. , Secours led the Montagnard attack with two goals and singles went to A Stitt, Andre Despard,, Bill Crawford and Larry La rock. ineier Noneczny picked up a pair for Royals and the others went to Tom Forrest, Lahey aniTLTmbges. Corky Monties. outshot Royals 36-30 over the d'stance. Monties now can add six players to their lineup if they wish. .According to club officials one player they are likely to pick up is netminder tierrv Heurv who P'yd with MorrishujixCojiut bines. Another likely candidate for action against th East is Al Cameron, a defenceman with Morrisburg. . Some other names being considered to add strength to Monties include forwards Weiner Brown and Arnie Lawlor- of Morrisburg, rearguard Ralph McSweyn of Lancaster, forwards Pet Cagna of -Hull and Rowdy GiJIard of Morrisburg. ' Coach Johnny Wilson said the ciub came out of the series in fairly, healthy condition, with -rtnexrepfion of veteran centre Bifty Watson. WATSON Hl'RT ' The Brockville arena has been a,, rather unlucky place to be 'so far. as Watson' is concerned. He broke his nose in the second game played Sunday afternoon .thereand , last .nitf .WjiVinit. twisted his back and suspects he may have a slipped disc. If the injury is as bad as he ghinks then he "could-be out for the series against Windsor. I "Injuries when they- come "fis,cera to come In bunches,," lamented coach Wtfson last night. .And he couldn't be more right. - - ; .. : . . FINAL SKI SALE Vi to 50?o OFF " . HEGGTVEIT SPORTINGJlPOODS ITD. 111. Queen SL 232-5636 fueloTl ResidentiaJ and Commercial ' Royals were without the serv ices of four first string players last night. John Bradley haVa groin-Injury, Bob F'ennessy' just got out of the hospital -yester day after suffering a 17-inch cut and a mild concussion in Tues-day"night's game, Edgar Blon-din is on the Jimp with broken leg and Frank Chiarelli "missed lastTiight's. game with a back injury. . ', ; .' ... , Monties' John Chiarelli came close to damaging an eye in Sunday's game in Brockviile and of course Watson received a busted beak in that one. With the . exception, of we game Monties didn't overpower Royals, They took the opener ; 4 3, won the second game 6-5, then won Monday night 7-1. So in' three of the four games one; goal was the difference. And judging from last night's action Monties -w!l have to' shafpen their passingand moreT irnportants(il!, stiffen their defence, if they expect to get by the Maritimes. In any case Monties have surpassed their efforts in-Allan Cup playdowns. Journal Want quick results. Ads bring fetch With the exception, of exhi.' - over Ottawa Primroses three games up in thei Hockey, Association final series hotkey of-the sertes yi this one closing ning;, it as the one-goal spread Indicates. But apparently they are, up agVinstVa more mature hockeyrclub that possesses a better distributed offence.. Monties ; won it on a goal from their valuable captain, de-fenceman Gordie Hamilton, at the 6. IS mark-of the third period. It was the only goal of the final 20 minutes and Hanv ilton's first of .the playoffs. He went end to end to strike the deciding blow, dribbling, his own rebound past a sprawled Billy McDonnell.' . . Montfes have-' a chance to win the jeries. Friday night in the Hull Arena and guarantee themselves a trip to Quebec City-to compete against the Marjtimes and Quebec ' representatives (probably NDG Maple Leafs, coached, by Scotty Bowman) , in a . round robin tournament with the winners going against the OHA. McDonnell, Primroses ex ceptional t- puck-itopper,-: : has carried Larry LaRocque's team to the prominent position they are in today. However, it was his -nonchalance that J resulted in three Monties goals last night.- .; ' ; ' " Jimmy ' Chiarellirtied the game in the final minute of the second period' at 4-4 with a shot from: behind the net. Claude Allain,- the former L'ni-versity of- Ottawa hockey player who was flying for the blueshirts " last . night, scored one of his two goals on a breakaway when he lost control of the puck and it slid past McDonnell.. -V; '..'-, B. F. COODRICVl STORE 2933 Baseline Rd. 1 TAS-2731 322 Catherine Si., Ottawa CE6.7103-64- 4 M4R ST. 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They lost-a hockey game J last night to a team that, play-: ed better hockey. Monties have) been superior in ' all three games and though primroses might have pulled this one out, the blueshirts - worked bra enough to deserve W1 slim win. 'Allain was their big star in a scoring way and the best Monties had to offer last night. He makes distinguished plays i from his centre-ire r position and, in addition to the two goals he scored, completed one nice rush for a goal that was rul4 off-side! Jimmy Chiarelli. Hamilton ahd'r Pat - Draper rounded the ' scoring for .the winner s. Defencemen, Bob Fawcett and Doug Kowal along with Eddy Hebert and, Larry Baker accounted for the Primroses' scoring. ' , Monties were up 3-lat thet end of the first period ,bui Hockey Scores iTKRN.TioMt i.rtcrit Fort Wnr Wind.or 5. iBfui-o(-ven vmiAnai lid , ': w,' ONTARIO Jl'MOR Alrl: MonlraI S.iSt -Calhannr S Montreal d ttt-ol-rn mill na I 3-3, on (am tird l- a I . t -1 ' 1 ' V . 4 . 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