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Page Fourteen

.THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, May 8, 1971

Page Fourteen THE MKHIGAN DAILY Saturday, May 8, 1971

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Beliveau sees precedent for ice

MONTREAL (P) - The Mon-
treal Canadiens headed home
yesterday, trailing 2-0 in their
best-of-seven Stanley Cup.
championship playoff against
Chicago and a bit bothered, but
not disheartened.
The nationally-televised third
game of the series is scheduled
for the historic Montreal For-
um tomorrow afternoon and it
was with a sense of history
that Jean Belliveau, captain of
the Canadiens, faced his team's
predicament.

Believau has been in playoffs
in all but one of his 18 National
Hockey League seasons and he's
had his name carved on the
Stanley Cup nine times. He
qualifies as an expert on the
subject.
"We've been in this position
before," the strapping leader of
the Canadiens said. "We have
come back before and we can
come back again," Believau con-
tinued.
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games at home against Detroit.
Then we won four straight and
the Cup," he said. "And I re-
member another time it happen-
ed the other way around. We
won the first two at home and
then lost four straight.
Beliveau's second example hap-
pened back in 1961 and the
team that turned the tables
that year was Chicago. It mark-
ed the last time the Blact Hawks
sipped champaign from L o r d
Stanley's mug and you can get
awfully thirsty in 10 years.
Chicago took control of this
series with a 5-3 victory Thurs-
day night and the hero w as
utility man Lou Angotti, w h o
scored two unassisted goals in
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comeback
the' third period. It might have
been an omen that the damage
was done not by a superstar like
Bobby Hull or Stan Mikita, but
one of the supporting cast of
characters that makes . the
Hawks so tough. On both of
Angotti's goals, J. C. Tremblay,
usually a steady defenseman
made fatal errors.
"That's the trouble," s a i d
Montreal Coach Al MacNeil.
"Against this club, you can't
make mistakes. They've got too
many good players. They thrive
on your mistakes."
Au, Xilt

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ansd Chamberlain fo rthe Astro-
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disease of the blood almost ex-
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