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problem. As sum streams thru skylights in center effectively cut will cost $20,000. for Red Sox period net. Old Victory BY TED DAMATA Chicago Tribune Press Service MONTREAL, April 20-A 20-A 20-A strong defensive operation by Montreal's Canadiens, plus two power-play power-play power-play goals, tonight sent the Chicago Black Hawks reeling reeling to a second defeat in a row in the world series of. hockey. The score was 2 to 0, and the Forum crowd of 14,438 sent the Canadiens on the road to Chicago riding an appreciative Dome tive hits to six in two games before he popped out to second in the fifth inning. With two hits in three official trips, the young outfielder raised his average average to .556. yVosfnngton Ab R Ras'aamp.?h 4 I Boston H Ab R H 2 Green, cf . 4 11 0 Malrone, 3b 3 1 1 2 Yostrrmski.lf 3 1 1 0 Conigliaro, rf 3 1 2 0 lb 3 0 0 nncMUlien.Jb J Chance, lb A Howard, If 4 Kirklond, rf 4 Montreal, 2; CHICAGO, 0. REMAINING GAMES Tomorrow In Chicago Sunday al Chicago II Necessary Tuesday, April 27 at Montreal Thursday, April 29 at Chicago Saturday, May 1 at Montreal wave of cheers. Singled out for special applause was Jean Marc Beliveau, hero of the 3 to 2 opening victory last Saturday, who tonight scored the first goal and set up the second for Dick Duff. Worsley Too Tough Lome Gump Worsley, veteran veteran goalie who supplanted the ailing Charlie Hodge, extended his domination over the Black Hawks that stems from nine seasons with the New York Rangers. This was Worsley's sixth consecutive match in the 1985 Stanley cup tournament, and his fifth victory. It is Worsley's Worsley's first experience in cup finals. He has competed in 24 semi-final semi-final semi-final matches. The Canadien defense, tho, was so tight that Worsley must share his shutout honors with his mates. He was needed for only 18 Hawk shots, roost of which were routine. Glenn Hall, the veteran Hawk goalie, had to contend with 31 Montreal shots. The Hawks' attacking attacking powers were sapped by injuries to Ken Wharram, their highest -scoring -scoring right winger, and to Pete Pilote, their All-Star All-Star All-Star defenseman and key man in their power play. The remnants put up a strong defensive front for Glenn, but it eventually was overwhelmed. Shifts Chicago Lines Coach Billy Reay shifted his line formations, gambling for goals from a " cluster of his aces. He played Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita and Chico Maid as a unit all night. His other two strings of Doug Mohns-Phil Mohns-Phil Mohns-Phil Esposito-Jack Esposito-Jack Esposito-Jack McKenzie, and Bill Hay-Fred Hay-Fred Hay-Fred Stanfield-Eric Stanfield-Eric Stanfield-Eric Nesterenko, spent most of the evening trying to stem wave after wave of Canadiens. They were successful, but they were so busy defending they had verjj little opportunity to attack. 4 John Miszuk and Gerry Melnyk of the Buffalo farm club were available and dressed for action, but Melnyk was the only one to get on the Continued on page 3, col. 1
Clipped from Chicago Tribune, 21 Apr 1965, Wed, Page 66
21 Apr 1965, Wed • Page 66
21 Apr 1965, Wed • Page 66