Most North American hockey observers remember Viktor Tikhonov as a harsh taskmaster, who ruled over his players like a drill sergeant, barking out orders and letting them know who was […]
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It’s always subjective as to which hockey playing nation is better than the rest, since results in important tournaments usually vary from year to year, sometimes month to month. However, […]
Moscow. 1972. The Canadians had just defeated the Soviet Union in the Summit Series, proving themselves, they believed, as the class of international hockey. Forty years later, legends of both […]