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TlfE BAYTOWN SUN April 31, MM NfeW YORK Ranger Jan Erlxson (20) pushes Washington Capital Jorgen Pettersson (12) up against the boards in first period National Hockey League playoff action at Madison Square Garden Monday night. . , (AP photo) Gaps' goalie grabs win By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Washington Capitals goaltender Pete Peelers luici a tough time against the New York Rangers during the regular season. However, things have changed in the NHL playulfs. "I guess that settles the question about Pete Peelers playing against Ihe Fi angers. 1 ' Washinglon Coach Bryan Murray said alter watching his veteran goallender block 39 shots in a 6-15 victory over the Rangers on Monday night in Game 3 of the best-ol'-seven Patrick Division final. The victory was the second over the Rangers in three playoff games for Peelers, who was U-3-1 with New York during the regular season. Murray was miffed after the first game of the series, a 4-3 overtime loss to the Rangers, when reporters suggested that he start backup Al Jensen in goal in Game 2. Murray stuck with Peelers, and the Capilals wenl on to an 8-1 rout Salurday nighl. "Pete Peelers deserves the credit." said New York goaltender John Vanbiesbrouck, who himself had a second straighl bad nighl against the Capitals. NHL In the night's other playoff game, the Monlreal Canadiens defealed the Hartford Whaiers 4- i lo lake a 2-1 lead in their Adams Division series. In games tonight, defending Stanley Cup champion Edmonton plays at Calgary in the Smylhe final and SI. Louis visits Toronlo in Ihe Norris. Both series are tied 1-1. With Bobby Carpenter and defenseman John Barrett scoring two goals apiece, the Capitals had things under control virtually from slarl to finish, even Ihough the Rangers made a belaled charge with three goals in the final period, two of them by Pierre Larouche. The Capilals had a 2-0 lead afler Ihe first period and then 4-0 after Iwo and won going away even Ihough they were outshot by the Rangers 42-28. Peelers, the top goalie statistically in the playoffs thus far. had the Rangers shut out until Larouche scored on ai power play at 4:08 of the third period. Going into Monday night's game, Peelers had played all live playoff games i o r Washington, recording a 4-1 record and 1.79 goals-against average. The Rangers apparenlly were dazzled by the Capitals' speed, which burned them on several breakaways Monday night as it did on Saturday night at the Capilal Centre. Canadiens 4, Whalers 1 Four rookies — Patrick Roy. Kjell Dahlin, Stephane Richer and Claude Lemieux — led the Canadiens over the Whalers. Roy stopped 20 shots to lead a solid defensive effort and Dahlin. Richer and Lemieux each scored a goal as Lhe Cana- diens won their second slraight game againsl the Whalers. "They all have a season under their bells and now they're playing like veterans," Canadiens Coach Jean Perron said. Guy Carbonneau. who scored twice in the second game of the series, added an empty-net goal with 1:22 left. It was the first time the Whalers have lost two consecutive games since March 1 at the tailend of their worst slump of the regular season. The Canadiens' defense continually frustrated Hartford, which was the highest-scoring team in the Adams Division during the regular season. Ex-Pirate Parker is sued by Bucs because of cocaine use PITTSBURGH (AP) — Dave Parker, whose weight ballooned and balling average dropped afler he signed a record contracl in 1979, is being sued by Ihe Pill- sburgh Pirales in a possibly precedenl-setling court case resulting from his former use of cocaine. The Pirales, who adopled Ihe slogan ;'The New Bucs: We Play Hardball" when new owners look conlrol Ihis season, ap- parenlly believe Ihe mollo should fil Ihe leam off Ihe field as well as on il. Pirales Prcsidenl Malcolm "Mac" Prine, announcing Ihe suil Monday in a brief news conference, charged the All-Star oiijfielder breached Ihe five- y$ar contracl by failing lo reveal his cocaine use. The lawsuit allempls to block $5.3 million in deferred paymenls owed Parker, who is scheduled lo receive a $944,445 paymenl in January 1988 and regular monthly paymenls of nearly $20,000 for Ihe subsequent 20 years. The first action of its kind filed by a major league baseball team against a player, the suit, K successful, could set a precedent in the future negotiating of contracts. Many players now have deferred payment clauses in their contracts. 'The Pirates apparently are basing the suit on a clause in the 15-page conlract in which Parker cerlified he had "no physical or menial defects known to him ... which would prevent or impair performance of his services." Parker, reached at his Cincinnati home shorlly afler the suit was announced, said, "I don'l know anything about it. None of those people have called me, so I can't really comment unlil I know aboul il." After a team workout Monday afternoon at Riverfront Stadium, Parker told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazelle: "Oh man, this is jusl anolher hurdle, another hurdle I've gol lo leap. Why don't they just leave me alone?" Chuck Berry, a member the Pittsburgh law firm that represents Parker, said: "Obviously, our position is the money is still due. "He has already played during the years in question and for each one of those years he played, a certain amount of dollars were credited to a deferred compensation fund. Yes, he played; yes, he earned that," said Berry. The lawsuit contends the Pirates were unaware of Parker's cocaine use until the trial of convicted cocaine dealer Curtis Strong last September. Parker, who admitted buying cocaine from Strong, testified he often used cocaine with other players because il once was "the 'in' thing lo do." Afler signing the contracl. Parker "stole fewer bases, his fielding abilily significantly deterioraled and he generally failed lo perform up to Ihe level achieved by him prior lo 1979," according lo the suit. "Also of significance, he failed to keep himself in good physical condition, with his weight ballooning at times in an excess of 280 pounds, a result of which he became injury-prone." »-5A standings W L Pet GB D«*rP«rt 1 1741 9 I *x> NShortiU-C) 7 J Too 2 Sterling i U <i . iuo 4 «ou 5 ju) e *» i nw 6 Scoreboard * 4 L*«<*IJi S 5 S Houston i l5-7i 46 Rayburn i lo I] ' j ? 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I'.iiailrna M,'-. ,..,:. n i ,. ,,: Beaumont takes victory By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Shane Mack's one-out, [uise.s- loaded grounder in the lf>!h inning scored Ihe go-aht-ad run for the Beaumont Golden Gators in a four-hour marathon H-li victory over the San Antonio Dodgers Monday night. San Antonio was playing for the double play. Shortstop Felipe Gutierrez flipped to second baseman Ken Harvey for the first out. Harvey probably couldn't have thrown to firs! in time to complete the double play, hut his low relay throw got past firsl baseman Chris Chapman and two runs scored. Paul Mancuso. Ihe Ihird Bc-au- monl pitcher of the night, gol llu- Dodgers 1-2-3 in the bottom of the 15th to earn the victory. He allowed one hit and struck out three in the two innings he pitched. In other Texas League games Monday night. Shreveporl defeated Tulsa 7-0. Midland pitcher Doug Banning ran his streak of scoreless innings to 23 with a 7-0 victory over the F.I Paso Diahlos, and Arkansas held off a four-run ninth inning rally lo defeat. Jackson 9-8. Shorlstop Mike DeBulch started Beaumont's 15th-inning rally with a walk off loser Hector Heredia. Pinch hitter Kric Varoz followed with a single, and Joey Cora sacrificed both runners along. An intentional walk to Tom Brassil set up the aborted double play attempt. San Antonio spotted Beaumont a 1-0 lead in the first inning before charging back (or a 5-1 lead, as Dodger starter Bob Hamilton settled down and retired 11 in a row in one stretch Midland?, El Pasoo Trying to snap out of a hilling slump, the Diablos ran into the league's hottest pitcher. Banning, 3-0, recently named the league's Pitcher of the Week, pitched eight shutout innings Monday night, allowing just five hits, all singles. He struck out four and walked four. It was Midland's third straight victory over El Paso since im- current Midland homestaiul !K-^;UI The Diabios had just one chance to have a big inning, but they left tlu- bases loaded in the fourth. Midland scored one run in the first inning on a run-scoring double by Bill Merrifield. who finished with two hits and two runs The Angels added runs in Ihe third, fourth, fifth, sixth and eighth innings One was a home run by Jeff Schaffer. tiit' No. !) hitter L e a d o f f h i t l t- r M a r k McLemore had three- hits and drove in two runs for Midland Dan Scarpetta io-3i suffered the loss, allowing five runs irj 4 1 :t innings. Shreveport 7, Tulsa 0 Shreveporl's Brian Ohnoulka. Dayton 2-1. gave up thri't- singles to lend off the game, but didn't allow the Drillers another hit until tlu- mtuh He struck out six. walked four, and allowed four hits Kevin Burrell had a two-run triple for Shreveport in the fourth. Steve Wilson. 2-1. was the losing pitcher Arkansas 9, Jackson 8 The Jackson Mets lost despite outbid ing the Travelers 12 to 5 Four errors wen- costly to the home team Bernic Carrasco, 2-0. gol credit for the victory Reggie Dobie. 1-1. took the loss Arkansas, behind Dave Kaule's second home run of the series, took a !M lead into the ninth inning. Jackson rallied for four runs, but the comeback rally fell one run short fflu vODAS^"^; SAME AS CASH Radial traction fuel efficiency! Dayton Blue Ribbon IV Steel Belted Radial $ 53* 7 ^ BOR I 3 ... - , . , 115 7HU ' USI !»Iil!4 MW ' m i» n u a ?ii m ii a u ?n'»ii as Bias-ply tires at budget prices! Dayton i Thorobred Poly $ 26 62 CUSTOM WN01 i tff- c*jft*"^ Nephrology Consultants, P.A. announces the opening of offices at BAYTOWN DIALYSIS CENTER 4500 Nor* NUfa Baytown, T«XM 77521 For the diagnosis and treatment of kidney related diseases... Diobetes-Hypertension-Renal Stones •Dialysis-Transplantation. C.G. Barcwws, M.D. W.B. 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