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The Michigan Daily - Friday, December 7, 1984 - Page 13
SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y
Habs dump Brurns, 3-1

BOSTON (AP) - Mark Hunter
scored on a pass from Ryan Walter 19
seconds after the opening faceoff to
trigger the Montreal Canadiens to a 3-1
National Hockey League victory over
the Boston Bruins last night.
Montreal goalie Steve Penney, who
had 24 saves, including 14 in the third
period, came within five minutes, of
becoming the first man to shut out
Boston at home since 1977.
CHARLIE Simmer spoiled Penney's
bid, scoring on a quick shot off a pass
from Ken Linseman during a Boston
power play at 15:10.
Mats Naslund gave Montreal a 2-0
lead at 4:23 by converting a rebound of
a shot by Ron Flockhart from the cor-
ner of the Boston goal.
Mike McPhee nailed down Montreal's
victory by cashing a rebound of a shot
by Bobby Smith at 7:09 of the third
period.,
The victory boosted Montreal's
Adams Division lead over idle Quebec
to 10 points. Boston has won only one of
its last nine starts although it has two
ties this week.
Boston goalie Pete Peeters had 19
saves before suffering an apparent
hand injury in stopping a shot by Mon-
treal's Larry Robinson with 1:07
remaining. He was replaced by rookie
Don Sylvestri, recalled earlier in the
day from Indianapolis of the Central
Hockey League to replace the injured
Doug Keans.
Smith wins Outland
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Tackle
Bruce Smith, one of the greatest defen-
sive players in Virginia Tech's history,
yesterday was named winner of the
Outland Trophy as the nation's No. 1
collegiate interior line man.
Smith, the first defensive tackle to be
chosen for the honor in a decade since
Lee Roy Selmon of Oklahoma was
similarly honored in 1975, was voted the
award by the Football Writers
Association of America.
THIS SEASON, the 6-foot-3, 275 pound
senior from Norfolk, Va., had the
remarkable total of 71 behind-the-line
tackles for a total of 504 minus yards,
including 16 quarterback sacks that
gave him 46 for his career.
In his final season with the Gobblers,
Smith accounted for 71 tackles, 52
unassisted, and led Virgina Tech to the
best rushing defense in college football,
only 71.5 yards per game for the season.
Smith is known as, "The Sack Man."
His 4.7 speed for the 40-yard dash is
considered acceptable in the pros for
halfbacks.
Smith was a key factor in Virginia

Tech's 8-3 season, which got the Gob-
blers a bid to the Independence Bowl,
against the Air Force Academy Dec. 15.
Hoyt traded to Padres
HOUSTON (AP) - The Chicago
White Sox traded former Cy Young
Award winner LaMarr Hoyt to the
San Diego Padres yesterday, the
Associated Press has learned.
The White Sox reportedly will

receive pitcher Tim Lollar and in-
fielder-outfielder Luis Salazar and
possibly shortstop Ozzie Guillen, a
highly touted minor-league player.
Hoyt won the Cy Young in 1983 with
a 24-10 record while helping the White
Sox win their first American League
West title.
But Hoyt, like many of the White
Sox players, slumped in 1984,
finishing with a 13-18 record and a 4.47
earned run average.
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University of Texas defensive tackle,
who says he's proud of his talent for
"creating havoc" on the football field,
won the Lombardi Award yesterday as
the nation's top collegiate lineman.
Degrate, 6-foot-4, 280 pounds, led the
Longhorns to a 7-3 record by making 147
tackles, 123 of them unassisted.
The Lombardi award, a trophy that
features a block of granite, is named for
Hall of Fame player and coach Vince
Lombardi.
Flyers 1, Nordiques 1
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A goal by
Philadelphia's Tim Kerr early in the
second period erased a 1-0 Quebec lead,
but the National Hockey League teams
were unable to score thereafter and
finished in a 1-1 tie last night.
Kerr's goal came at 4:34 of the second
Hoyt period and neither team could score
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