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stopping a salming

The Canadians had a simple plan: stop a Salming.

Tuesday, September 7 was the day Sweden and Canada clashed, at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto in that September of 1976. 461 more words

Bobby Hull

1976: The Best Cup

By Mike Commito (@mikecommito)

The 1976 Canada Cup was without a doubt, the best hockey tournament ever. So when I read that @YakovMironov… 1,529 more words

Team Canada

Hockey Hall Of Fame Announces 2016 Class


The Hockey Hall Of Fame today announced the newest members that will join as the Class of 2016 on November 14, with Eric Lindros, Sergei Makarov, Rogatien Vachon and Pat Quinn getting the call, bringing their professional and international accolades (along with their International Hockey Lineal Championship reigns) to the famed Hall in Toronto. 453 more words

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Wheelchair Rugby's Canada Cup gets underway in British Columbia

The seventh bi-annual International Wheelchair Rugby Canada Cup is just about ready to go at the Richmond Olympic Oval in British Columbia.

Canada’s wheelchair rugby team is looking to come out on top for the first time in the tournament’s 12-year history. 383 more words

Wheelchair Rugby

IHLC Classics: The 1981 Canada Cup Final

From time to time, TheIHLC.com will feature detailed recaps and boxscores of some of the most legendary games in international hockey history, considered to be “IHLC Classics.” Today, in honour of Russia Day (and of the upcoming World Cup of Hockey), we look back at the Soviet Union’s convincing victory at the 1981 Canada Cup, their first (and so far only) title in the tournament. 66 more words

Canada

2016 Trampoline Canada Cup

Kamloops BC will once again play host to the country’s best athletes as Canada’s Olympic selection for trampoline begins. The Tournament Capital Centre has hosted this event for the past two years alongside a Trampoline Provincial Cup and WAG invitational.International guests Brazil, China and USA have sent athletes as well. 268 more words

British Columbia

Leijonat To Retire Numbers Of Four Legends At 2016 World Juniors


With Helsinki hosting the 2016 World Junior Championships this winter, the Finnish Ice Hockey Association will retire the numbers of four national team legends during the tournament, with the numbers of Teemu Selänne, Saku Koivu, Jere Lehtinen and Ville Peltonen to be forever enshrined in the rafters of Hartwall Arena. 324 more words

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