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The Michigan Daily-Friday, April 14, 1978-Page 13

WINGS MOVE TO SECOND ROUND,

3-2

Lochea
By BRIAN MILLER
Special to The Daily
UTOPIA (DETROIT)-The Detroit
Red Wings' incredible turn-around
from the worst team in hockey last year
to a playoff participant this year is not
yet over.
Bill Lochead's second goal of the
game coming with less than two
minutes to play in the third period lifted
the Wings to a 3-2 victory over the
Atlanta Flames at Olympia last nighat.

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Lochead's goal sent the record crowd of
16,671 into mass hysteria as the fans
realized the Red Wings' amazing
season will continue.
By wining, the Wings advance to the
next playoff round as they swept two'
straight games in the best-of-three
series against the Flames. On Tuesday1
night, the Red Wings had upended
Atlanta 5-3.
Both teams played cautious, close-
checking hockey in the first period.
Neither team relished the idea of falling

out

behind in this crucial contes
teams were looking for a mista
the opposition.
Each team took turns apply
pressure, first Atlanta thenl
although there were very fe
scoring opportunities. There we
good shots, some hard shots,
like, but Detroit's goalie
Rutherford and Atlanta's goa
Bouchard handled all of the
ease.
The Flames again tried to on

Flames
st. Both Wings as they did Tuesday night in
ke from Atlanta, but the Wings would not go for
that. Atlanta took the only two penalties
ying the of the period, but the Wings never
Detroit, really threatened. The first stanza en-
w good ded with no score.
're some The second period was up and down
and the action right from the opening faceoff.
Jimmy Both teams' play improved yet the
lie Dan game's first goal, by Atlanta, came as
m with the result of a little bad luck.
With a loose puck in front of Ruther-
thit th ford, Wings' defenseman Thommie
Bergman attempted to clear it away.
The puck came right to an Atlanta
player, but Bergman blocked his shot.
Unfortunately for the Wings the puck
stayed right at Bergman's feet, where
Atlanta's Tom Lysiak picked it up and
fired it on goal. Rutherford got a piece
of it but it still slid into the net.
Paul Woods intercepted a pass and
left a nifty drop pass for Vaclav
-Nedomansky. Nedomansky's first shot
went wide, but he chased down the puck
and scored when no Atlanta defen-
seman came over to check him.
Detroit took a brief lead on Lochead's
first goal after skating down the ice and
faking out Bouchard midway through
the third period.
Atlanta's Bobby Lalonde scored a
breakaway goal with less than six
minutes left to set up Lochead's final
heroics. The game winner came on a
play similar to Lochead's previous
tally. At this point, the rabid Wings fans
let out with thunderous applause that
didn't die down until well after the
;.~::y:.~.4~ game had ended.

Rangers ax Sabres
keeping series alive
NEW YORK (AP) - Don Murdoch sent a 10-foot shot past Buffalo goalie
Don Edwards at 1:37 of overtime last night giving New York a 4-3 victory
over the Buffalo Sabres and keeping the Rangers alive in the NHS,
preliminary round playoff series.
The triumph tied the best-of-three series 1-1 and sent the series back to,
Buffalo for the deciding game tomorrow night.
After each team had an apparent winning goal disallowed by referee
John McCauley, Murdoch took Walt Tkaczuk's pass from behind the net and'
sent it past Edwards.
The Rangers' goal was disallowed after 50 seconds of overtime. Me-
Cauley ruled that Pat Hickey's backhand shot which appeared to enter the
net - the goal judge turned on the light, signifying a goal - did not cross the-
goal line.
McCauley disallowed an apparent Sabres goal 32 seconds later, ruling
that Danny Gare - who had forced the overtime with his first goal of the
playoffs - had kicked the puck pastRangers netminder John Davidson.
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HOCKEY IS FULL OF ups and down, and it was the Detroit Red Wings who were flyng high after eliminating the Atlant
Flames from the Stanley Cup Playoffs by a 3-2 score last night at the Olympia. Bill Lochead was the man of the hour, as he
tallied two goals, including the winner which came in the last two minutes of the contest. The Wings advanced to the second
round, where they'll face either Montreal or Boston, depending upon the outcome of the other first-round playoff pairings.

IA NHAPPEN-
:: (Continued from Page 9)
(Angell Aud. A, The Hills at 7:00 and
10:20, Rabid at 8:40) - Two cheapo-
horror-violent thrillers. The Hills is
about a vacationing family that falls
prey to a mob of cannibalistic mur-,
derers. Rabid stars Marilyn Chambers
S(of Behind the Green Door fame) and is
about some experiment resulting in
millions of raving city-folk going
around . . . well . . . rabid. The
decision whether to go or not should be
obvious. ,
Niteries
Second Chance - Dr. Bop plays
music from the 50's through Sunday.
Harmonica virtuoso Madcat Ruth and
Pressure Cooker perform on Monday.
Mugsy play-s some punk, some hard
rock, and a few originals from Tuesday
through next weekend.
Abigail's - The Look, a hard rock
group comprised of former members
from some of the Detroit area's best
bar bands, will kick out the jams this
weekend.
Roadhouse - No Dice, local talent
who have just recorded, play here
THE-
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COLLECTION
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EXHIBIT & SALE

NGS.
Friday and Saturday.
Blind Pig - Jazz Atrio Caravan per-
forms this weekend. Monday, club
regular Boogie Woogie Red plays the
boogie on the piano. The Ark - Mar-
tin, Bogan, and the Armstrongs, a black
quartet that plays everything from
string band to blues, are the featured
entertainers this weekend.
Mr. Flood's - The Progressive Blues
Band with guitarist Willie D. Warren
will play the blues as inspired by
Detroits' assembly lines this weekend.
Wednesday, The Tucker Blues Band
will jam those drivin' Chicago style
blues. Thursday, The Two-Step Tune-
sters will play their good time music.
music.
Blue Frogge - Practice your John
Travolta imitations every night except
Sunday.I
Film reviews by Owen Gleiber-
man, Niteries reviews by Keith
Tosolt.

Bulletin
Michigan wrestler Steve Fraser,
grappling for the Michigan Wrestling
Club, lost an 8-2 decision to Mark
Lieberman in the National AAU
Wrestling Championships in Ames,
Iowa yesterday.
ISCORES-_
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New York 4, Chicago 2
Oakland 3.Seattle 1
California I. Minnesota 0 0I>)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
St. Louis 6, Pittsburgh 5
Cincinnati 7.San Francisco6 (13)
NHL PLAYOFFS
Detroit 3.Atlanta 2
(Detroit wins series.2-4)
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Pacers get
first NBA
draft pick
NEW YORK (AP) - The Indiana
Pacers, who tied Kansas City for the
worst record in the Western Conference
during the 1977-78 NBA season, won a
coin flip with the Kings yesterday for
the first selection in the college draft
June 9.
INDIANA'S participation in the coin
toss was the result of the Pacers' win-
ning a draw held earlier in the week
with the Golden State Warriors, who
had held Kansas City's pick. The Kings,
meanwhile, had acquired in an earlier
deal the first-round draft pick from the
New Jersey Nets, the team with the
lowest percentage in the Eastern Con-
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