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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 15

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' I don l -give a flamn wnai ' v- ...'' - - :' . :' ' ' : .". " " . -, ..".'7 " : 7"' V V - ' : ' . I . . - v. v f u by hi patchy streak. " ' , . But nooooy can argue jusi "wheeling and clicking around 'the playoff , games.- Mahovlich had ar.rl thr'i' su itii lavt nieht and tied up series and a more happy orward now to-''a -two out-of - ' ' , . i-i ... .J.C.J "Ik Imt nlmi in anaca -in a srgmiy mui inuuurev. win., i ,. Montreal.'' . '7' ' ;, ' ''' .7-7 . J..'.'"'-'' --'"-7 .VTbat's ihe.way jt shapes itp naturally 'for a coach that f.as vowed, ne'll make no more predictions. 1 " ,,' " , ine iai one,. aiu rum.11, vt.njr nf,"'t a call of Toronto in six., . ' , '.,'1 ;' , r ,. .M:L.-;- f u.' A.r,-(ir thar'anatr-herl virtorV from defeat oir Tuesday is going to strike' again in the same place, it' will have .to- be .nextTuesday."-;!T1iere.-wa- no possi- kltty- pf, that art .beipjrepeated last night even, tnougn Imlach conceded, "we stilL tried 7 , ;;', ; :. v SOME SOFT ONES . v-;-;Y;:i The Leaf coach's reference had to be about sQme of.-. Cunadien ' goals that savored of the ofi ' variety. . But the Leafs had practically locked it up by 'the end of the second period with, five counters.', four, of which were acored with Canadiens a -man short' through the first two penalty-ridden periods. : , ;,-:, "'.' Vnd while Canadiens kept U JlgllU XHdl U VfVSVJ avii."- - - - - - me auuiiic. l.ic wuiu o day's game with a twisted knee. Whoever gave hat out may be 'indicted under' a Quebec section of the off icial secrets act. Dig Jean .seems to have nurit 11 wnen. onaiiv m.irM nun up. against the bQardsr an incident which Beliveau marked by coming right bacitV beat Bower with one of the three long; U..11, unf Ku h Tftfontn" 'the came wasn't featured, brilliant n?t guaraing mm nia and this includes both ends of tack to their" first game effort cf fistic fireworks. But this ,jeparunpi wasn 1 uuHiiiBuiai- fc. .nu Wnnriinui Wow the toufihest punch seeming to be one A few preliminaries -to- thi spree weren't worth watching ifter Brewer and Henri Ricnara locKea .norns. n-.w.v-., r. '.. ..7a '...'... ;ntn nrivil kraarl whirh CVentU- ally gave way -in precedence when "Eddie -Shack looked over tii situation.'- . '-'', ' ' ' ...'.'.'.'"" " ; ' - . : ; . ', EDGE ON AGGRESSIVENESS . 41 i 1 1 1 1 BIIU . ' T. U . . , . . . .. . ' Shack seemed to settle for rather an endurance contest with little Henri making a very fine showina against his more burly opponent. Some, using tne 10-pomt must system, appeared to give Kicnara an eage nn .PPressiveness and maintained he was cut by a butt from Shack's head. ... . '" . . . ' '' ' Hockey players lighting on skatfs can often look ridiculous enough, bui when the ringe ie.fgetj.into action and chooses partners in a preventive action, it sometimes becomes almost scandalous. Anyway,;, the penalty box -wasn't clear for nine minutes after this punching and clutching sortie neanng the four-minute maik of the opening frame. . r ..'1-1..L .A ..it,, mnf nwl b nnpa rA tn rmtv I ne L.eais, as imiatn 9u ''"Y,"-'-i "i-r suffer their letdowns when at full strength. They were solid enough defensively when shorthanded. but it .was another and sadder story from' the Canadiens" standpoint. :. With the score' tied at 1-1 after J. C. Tremblay had bounced k 70-foot shot past Bower in the first period, Beliveau trajed Keon in as the Toronto centre headed for Hodge's cage, Beliveau hooked: (Keon's arm, and the latter cannily; went right along. with -the' act to give the impression his arm might suddenly come loose from iusocket. '; - . -.' ' ".: . ..,r,-- ' , " V . "'-'- BROKE IT OPEN . 'jii...!J.. a i liraHa at the nenaltv that he . ' DCllveaU IlllVf buvii m eerned a misconduct, and was in the box when Mahovlich Urtti t'shot that rebounded well 'out on Hodge.' McKenney ..nrt the Montreal, goalie went 'down in heap as Chariie came out trying to recover the puck, and Armstrong put if in the empty net. . .. '' . ' ' " v," : . The Leafs broke' it wide open in the second period with Mahovlich'j two goals and . one from Kelly. MahovIich'J second goal was the one that put. it on ice for the Leafs and negotiated on McKenney'j pass while Provost was In the box. ... . a A;ioi nutniivfil in this middle session, and l ne iiau wcic wiim; v - - -.. ---- "Mahovlich's, second counter fooked much more' important after Bower fanned on Iiperriere's long one less than half minuteafter the third-period got under way. p - .Canadiens' defence weren't quite as effective in the . 1 .u... U.... Wn ' XmA Vallv afmd tO feel -rwe might have been a little jharper totnyiiViinmkted- . tq enjoy a lot more leeway ai ui permitted. In any case. Canadiens went three goals down and; as it developed, out for the evening. . , ; :"' ...... ; . . "''..'''.".".'; ' ..7" :''.;1 '.' : "; " ;. PLAYOFF CHATTER '' ' ". " v ' . ... One long retired veteran ngure ininjs nau umipu wu. he heard the Leafs, the day previous had attended a film ' based ori the "Power of -Positive Thinking.-, v "We attended the burlesque show two days hand running." he' said, "and won two straight.''-. Toe Blake, in much better mood before -'the game, recalled that it was just nine, years ago he. jvas on a fishing trip with Ottawa's D'Arcy Cou)s6n and saVthe latter catch a 27 pound wonnern pme . . , Mu.: -man, but if wouldn't have been safe to let him near any lake t after last night's game . . And that goes for a gas pipe either. ... . Hunt Club's John Cross and Jack Urie were here from ''Ottawa'. V. Imlach insists that after looking at the Tuesday . .. .r.L .v.. n.ta thav rntlartad games uiihs iu . . last night". .1 . ls ri '.;",' - . Canadiens headed back by train right after the game, and then to their Laurentian retreat until game time Saturday . . . Leafs took the afternoon train for Montreal . . . Ralph St. Germain left rre for Hamilton and counted it a good stay sftrr winning afew feature bcU at Greenwood ', . . Turk . . .11 w.i!iap atra nnaratlnn tn ramOva ,ca aract . . Met Jack Littler, who spenrlO years as" a golf professional in Ottawa, but tor the last eight years has confined himself to a post in the brokerage business r . . He golfj a 1. a. iiT,-a.'orinna Toronto -flliIV - - a i to as the) ''Staaley cup crazies.;- . : . . ' '. aooui now mat wiicn mi nets, the eafs are winning a big night witn two goan the result was a 5-3 win.- A.r minded Punch Imlach looking . three series, witn.. at Jie game 1 win iwk - to give it away. their dressing room door bar-- - custodian. by the! way,, by some of the ik.iwih the rink. . The two teams' got of opening up with display, .early ' first-period 'punching anp.je.emecr.10 nave uieu u . . Henri Richard, and this became - . -- . . . - Ann nnw over id iviui ucai i official Binso- Christie t eferl . I 7: 7 ' V : ."' -7M, 'Big M' Wa? Moving And Sd Were Leafs . 'TORONTO Thefe will be some around here, or course, to make argument about' any claim, that "as Mahovlich goes, to co the Leafs." The .nava-would come from those wno, ' in - H - , '.- 1 . - W. . b r a vf Art Waff : ;:.' v :1. ;:" The . Ottawa JouTI ; 7 ' Friday; -: . '': TFTti' " APRIL 3, 1964 ;'.;. .; 7 ;' V - . ef - i . ' ' ' ' " . - ? : '' ' :' -. 7 V ' ' ... " ", -. . . i-iAi .... . - Hra wn u 1 pa u mm r if Uu y y '''..'.'.'' -7- ' 7.7 '.7: . '.7t.' '.'..;, 7 ;' '7:... 7 77j ' :-V'-Tr"-'v '' y y an as mm u jihra m m ' n iu.m m h.m ui .!.... ; 1; . -'. .''-.'". - ' " ' ... J ''; '.'. .- ' ' . Montreal Canadiens-Henri Richard (left), takes on Toronto Maple Leafs Eddie --Shack-in a first period brawl at the National Hockey League game Jii jotonto-last-. "night.'.: Behind Richard and Shack officials try to separate Toronto's Ron S t e w a r t ' and Montreal's Dave. Baton." - Richard went off with a cut on his head. Combatants got four major and three ODHA RECEIVES Monties i , Ottawa Monties and Ottawa Primroses meet tonight in the Hull Arena in what could be the final game of their best-of- seven Ottawa and District Hockey Association junior series. Gerrv Capello's crack Mon- tagnards entry lead he best-of -seven . finals 3-0 in . games and they'll be attempting to follow the example the senior Monties established when they - FIRST PF.RIort lToronto. Batht 1' iMahnvllrh. KrllVI Monlril. J. C. TrembUy 2 9 42 3 Toronto. Armatronf 1- IMahnvllrh. MnKtnnrv . jn.n PenalUn- Horton. Richard 1.15. Harpr 2 IT. Stewart nnajor and minor). Shack (majori, nwnaro. Imi Kin. Balon Imaiori. Provoat. iiiirnr. t A7 Riun a. 33. Brenaon 8 41. B'livrau (miner and mUcon duct IS. 12. Brewer lu. I. SECOND PF.RIOD 4-ToTonlo. Kelly 2 ' Armtron(. Mahovlich) 8 42 5 Toronto, Mahovlich 2 ( Kelly) 10 08 19 IS Montreal. Beliveau. 2 iJ. C.Tremhlavi , 7 .Toronto. Mahovlich 2 (McKenney. Bathsatei - 40 Penaltiea: Baun. Bathiate. Balon S 40. Ceotfrion 7 20. Brewer 10.SH. Hick IMS. Baun 14 04. Provoil (minor and miafonduoti IS 34. THIRD PERIOD f Montreal. jperner (unawlitedi " Penaltie: Baun 4t3. Horton 17 20, rersuson (minor and major) lfl.53. Stewart (major and mlcon- ducti iasj. Contih Summary ue PiffllffilAY ;7 1 ' : PUffaOUTH onM;i- CHeM'iiJUlu Mil1 -X v A DIFFERENCE OF OPINION minor penalties. . ' PROTEST and P ri m Series Tonight outdistanced Richmond. Royals; in tour straignt, '" However, should Primroses lose this one they will not nec essarily stash their equipment away until next Winter. Prim roses' manager Tommy Lawson is playing the entire series un der protest. ODHA RECEIVES PROTEST Cecil ,Duhcan, secretary-regis-trar of the ODHA, confirmed that he had received Primroses' protest at 6 p.m. Thursday night. "The protest" Duncan said "was a bit irregular tfnee no duplicate was attached to send to Monties. Monties have the right to see a copy and have 24 hours to send in a rebuttal." However, Duncan said he would pass along the original to Monties and when he has received their reply the ODHA will hand down a rulinc. Lawson is protesting on the grounds that Monties did not play a 24-game schedule' as Cup Statistics By The Canadian Prrn 8F.RIE8 A W L r Montreal . .. 2 2 Toronlo..,. .-J 8 8. 9 t THI RSDAV S RESti t Toronto. S: Montreal. 3. 'Beat-or-even emi-rlnal aeriet tied 2-8.) - 7 "J,'7.:.7-";y'.:V 7.. -.;' : .--7'.-.; LA, A i e'A V A..A Mms .:-7-..a.-7v it"FJournl Wira Phonoi roses ciinulated bv the CAHA manua and also that Pat Draper,of Monties i inelieible.' Draper played with Neil McNeil in To ronto last year ana Lawson claims he should be a branch to-branch transfer. Only two branch transfers are - permitted to each team registered and Monties have Claude Allain and Luc Savoie listed. However. Draper is an Ottawa boy and Monties man-aeerr Ross Tvrell. said Thurs- dav nieht "that we had been given clearance by the ODHA to use Draper without having him as a orancn transier. Monties won the first two games of the series by scores of 5-2 and 6-4. Primroses pre- .- 7 '''"''. ' " "' '' v7 ' " '."'-' ;.'. "'""' '"" ' ' . 7 ' - ..'.. ' p ' ' j 1 ""' - , ".-""'.' -'-v . "' ' - '..'-' ... .7 ' ' " ' - --".''' , '.'- 7- By DAVE BETTS :TORONTQ.-(CP) -The score after, four games rf the Stanley Cup semi final n Montreal Canadiens 2, Frank Mahovlich 2. : ' '' ... - The Big M. a recent convert to centre from left wing, was a one-man wrecking crew for Toronto Maple Leafs Thursday night as he scored two g'oalsrassisted on tliiee aitd tliefked ferocious-: My to lead the Leafs to a 5-3 ; demolition of the Canadiens. K ACCEPTS KUDOS " 7 : With va smile almost . as broad as the blade of his stick,- Mahovlich modestly " accepted the .kldos of ilres-singroom admirers and tried to shift the emphasis away, from his own performance. "We were working more like a- team .tonight," he ' grinned." v llis linemates. Red Kelly and George Armstrong, each . scored one' and Andy Bathgate potted the fifjh on- a power play w'uh Mahovl ch and Kelly assisting. . The . Canadiens won the first and third games when t Mahovlich turned in ordinary perforrnances.J Mahovlich . turned on the pressure last Saturday in Montreal, scor-- ing and setting up Kelly once' to engineer a 2-1 win. Thursday night hencame out of his shell again and .'i-tha whole white and blue team came alive.- , BOVVER BELOW: PAR The only Leaf who seem ed below par- was goalie . John Bower jvho waved at three long shots, allowing far-out goals by J CTrem-blay, Jean Beliveau and' Jacques Laperriere. "I wouldn't say he had a bad night," 'said manager-coach Punch Imlach, "but he had a rough one with, those three shots from near : the blueline." . Bower made no excuses about whiffing-on the long ones. .;. ' "No, Laperriere's - s h o t wasn't screened. It was a good shot I saw it com- ing-.- . . . He showed his disgust when reminded of Trem-blay's long bouncer that tied the '. score 1-1 in the first period. "I saw that one too. 1 saw it hop into the acUl ' : I II f - - 7 sented their stiffest case on Uietl IV Ji II iVAfl ice in the last game and were just squeezed out 5-4. If Primroses manage to stay alive with a win tonicht the fifth game in the series will be played Sunday afternoon in the Hull 'Arena at 2.30 p.m. OTHF.R GAMES Saturday. April 4. Toronto Inntreal. Tueadav. Aoril 7. . Montreal Toronto ' . rThucadavApru.. 8... Toronto Montreal uf nceaary. i , 8F.RIF.S B ' w t, r Detroit- .. 8 2 It Chicako . 2 2 tt THt'R8D4Y'8 RF-ftl'I TS rhicaio. 3: Detroit, 2 (overtime iBeat-of-aeven aeml-flnal aeriet Ued 2-2.) , OTHF.R CSAME8 Sunday, April 3. Detroit ai CKU cao. f Tueadav. AOrll 7. Chlcaeo at De. troit. Thtiru4a Anvil 4 r.t ml t .1 Chicago 4 if neceaaaryi. INDIVIDUAL. RECORDS ..- G A Pi Pen Mahovlich, Tar. ... 3 4 7 14 Pilnla . rhl 2 3 tllman. Del. ... Howe, Del. . 2 2 I 2 I n 2 Kellv, Tor V Mikiia. Chi. ' . . Ralfour. Chi Delvecchio. Det. o 2 0 f) . ft ft in o 4 1 a 18 II 3 Hull,' Chlcao Hay. Chi. I McDonald .XhU- 2 C. Trenblay, m: 2 1 Armatronc. Torl.: 1 2 Provoat. Mont. .. Hendereon. Det; . Neeterenko. Chi. 1 1 ... 2 X . i i. 2 2 0 0 n A. Pronovmt, Det Piilford, Tor. Beliveau, Mont. Bathgate, Tor Richard. Mont MacDonald. .Det. Geoffrioo. Mont, Tjiperrlere. Monfr BackKtrorr). Mont. MacCresor, Det. Jeffrey. Det' 2 2 O t 2 2 ... t i : t t -: 1 I . 1 .1 C2 LMcKennev. Tor. 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OPEN 1 4. game that ' bocan and ende ficBts,' the. teams cam -rill V' i' ' I v J Ml jtajvn v rocoid for the-irjost penalties : - .' . . in one penalty of the in one eame and tied tiie mark. for most penally min-utes. ';' ' ',''.'.." V 7 s The Canadiens" and Leafs Were assessed 3flTWtie-'including six . majors and th roe ' m isqon ducts,1 f or, a total of L02 minutes. .The penalty- mark of 31 was set inJMaDtreal a week ago- The total-time "record was eslab lished March 25. 1952. by the Leafs and. Detroit Rk I- : Wings 102 minutes.. .' -FISTS SAILING- 77 . Before four minutes had . elapsed 'in . the first period, io pairs of gloves had Isee ' dropped on the ice arid the f.sts were sailing. Principal . c o m b a tants were Ron StewarjandEddie Shack of y the Leafs taking on Dave Balon and HenrirRichard. The Stewart-Balon alterca-fion was a clear-decision for v the Leaf right winger and evened the score for some tjricipusbumps Balon ha'd dealt Tuesday nigHt Richard was ahead on points in the- pther ring until bnacK Duttea him with his head, splitting "open Richard's, forehead and raising a large welt. The Canadiens waited uh- til five Seconds . before the end " of the game, . before catching iip with. StewartJ Ruggetl rookie JOhn i-ergu-son charged hinf behind the net,, and knuckles started rrunrhine aeain. This battle was a stalemate, except that-' .Stewart s wallet sutterea a $25 blow as a result of the automatic misconduct penal ty for being assessed two five-minuus fighting penal- ' ties In one game. 7 A BIG ROLE : Penalties played a big role .. in the scoring statistics. The Leafs - scored four of their five goals while enjoying a one-man advantage, and the Canadiens scored once while both teams were two men . short and once while Toronto was understaffed by orie man. " 77 All Toronto's scoring 'points were picked up by the five men on the power play. After Mahovlich came Kelly with a goal and two assists, Bathgate and -Arm- strong with, a goal 'and. n assist apiece and Don McKenney with two assists. clothes for r FREE CUSTOMER PARKING Acrois Th Street From Our tt wrth . 4 TONIGHT UNTIL The Canadiens, who barred the dopr to reporters, left f or Montreal -immediately after the game to prepare. rj " r ' for the, fifth contest Satur .1.; A:nh' Th Itift uril dav night! The Leafs will " practise today and take the ' afternoon tram to Montreal, CRYPTIC WISH V ,7 v ; . Imfach-, a buoyant contrast to the morose gum-chewer of two nights earlier, .made - a cryptic w ish for ihe rest of the seraes: "A? long as we don.'t lose "the last one w -piav. I'll he happy." -' . The , two costly! mistakes of Tuesday night Were 'still preying on his mind. , - "-"We tried hard to. blow it , again tonight. But. there were none of these short-sighted mistakes-." . The Canadiens may have ""suffered a medicaj defeat as well. SiIL Head-team physio therapist', expressed fear that captain. Jean Beliveau mav have torn lieaments his knee when he was belted by Shack. - 7. - -,. "If this is the case." said Head,' "he may miss Saturday's game and the next one as well." Beljveau, who has scored two goals, has been one f Montreal's most outstanding'- players during the series.- . '. ,-' t, . MARCEL PAGEAU is now in our Clothing Department and would like to extend an invitatiori Jn his new capacity, to his many friends ana customers. - ' . LIMITtO 35 OrTI0NTtlMS With No Dewa JPiymtnt Ntcetury George Street Entrance 9 O'CLOCK BMMSMHssA iMssMsMMssI -..ZiMi V . X J n 7'' s ' '' . - - -, ..; . ... . -'.-'-.- -, .,; ',-' ''":'-". . . . y. . , , i : . . - ;. ' ' ' ' .-" ; ' ': ',' , . ' i ' v ; . . . . .. ' i . ' ' - ' - v ' -''."-. ' . ' ' ' ' " "..'' i, .' .'-''' . .-'- ;...i' ' -.- '--; ;";-: -- : -1 - - ". '-- '- f ,-(' -' . . , - -'.e r-.-r . V. . 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