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Rangers Are Shut Out for the First Time This Season as Kings Win by 6‐0
- Jan. 23, 1977
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LOS ANGELES, Jan. 22—After two days of rest and recreation in San Diego following a stretch in which they had won, just one of their last seven games, the New York Rangers worked hard tonight against the Los Angeles Kings in the Forum. Doug Soetaert, the rookie goalie, was in the New York net for the third consecutive game.
The Rangers suffered their first shutout of the season as the Kings won, 6‐0. The Toronto Maple Leafs are now the only National Hockey League team who have not been blanked. The last time the Rangers failed to get a goal was on Feb. 8 of last year against. Ken Dryden of the Montreal Canadiens.
Soetaert held off the Kings in the scoreless first period but Los Angeles took the lead on goals by Butch Goring and Vic Venasky within two minutes of each other early in the second period.
Soetaert and Ron Greschner had been drawn to the left as Mike Murphy stood over the puck in the faceoff circle, but Murphy sent the puck over to the right side where Goring tapped in his 17th goal of the season.
Bob Berry had broken in behind the Rangers’ defense to set up Venasky’s confrontation with Soetaert and lie put the puck in high over the goalie’s glove hand.
The Kings continued their surge and only sharp, standup work by Soetaert spoiled a solo drive by Tom Williams. At the other end, the impressive Rogie Vachon stubbornly snapped up the Rangers’ best shots.
The Kings widened their lead to three goals on Marcel Dionne’s 27th this season. Mike McEwen, the rookie defenseman who has been making number of errors in the last two weeks after a fine first half of the season, allowed Frank St. Marseille to roll off his check along the boards in New Yoork’s end. St. Marseille then whipped the puck to the little Dionne, who scored from the slot.
The three goals had come on the Kings’ first five shots of the middle period.
Coach John Ferguson had been ‘mixing up his lines frantically in an effort to cool the inspired Kings. In the last meeting with the Rangers, Los Angeles won on a goal by Dionne with just 30 seconds remaining after the Rangers had tied the score 20 seconds earlier. This time the Kings seemed intent on avoiding a last‐minute decision.
The red light flashed early in the final period for what would have been Wayne Dillon’s first goal on the road this season, but the Ranger center had obviously swept the puck in with his glove and the referee ruled it no goal.
So the Rangers still faced a three‐goal deficit.
Don Kozak scored the Kings’ fourth goal, stickhandling in front of the New York net, moving over McEwen and shooting the puck past Soetaert. Shortly thereafter the Rangers failed to score on their fifth power play of the evening.
Hoist in Ringer Debut
Greg Hoist, a center from the New Haven farm club, played his first game for the Rangers as Pete Stemkowski sat down. “Los Angels has some fast centers,” said Coach John Ferguson, “and Stemmer hasn’t been skating well lately.” . . . The Kings have named Bob Nevin as assistant coach. Nevin, a former Ranger captain, played in the N.H.L. for 16 years, spending his last three seasons with Los Angeles.
Roadrunners 4, Oilers 1
PHOENIX. Ariz., Jan. 22 (AP)—Ron Huston drilled in two goals and provided a pair of assists as the Phoenix
Roadrunners defeated the Edmonton Oilers, 4‐1, in a W.H.A. game tonight. Huston picked up a Duane Bray rebound for his first goal in the second period and scored unassisted on a break from his own blue line in the third period.
Whalers 3, Racers 3
HARTFORD, Jan. 22 (AP)—Dave Koen scored hN first goal as a New England Whaler tonight, earning his team a 3‐3 World Hockey Association overtime tie with the Indianapolis Racers. Koen has 14 goals for the season, which he began with the now defunct Minnesota Fighting Saints.
Nordiques 5, Cowboys 3
QUEBEC, Jan. 22 (AP)—Jim Dorey scored two goals and assisted on two others tonight as the Quebec Nordiques overcame a 2‐0 deficit and defeated the Calgary Cowboys, 5‐3, in the W.H.A.
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