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>>John Kordic's Major Penalty Jon Kordic's adult life was defined by uncontrollable rage.
His six years in the NHL is a testament to his success as an enforcer,
and his four teams an indication of his inability to keep his fury
on the ice.
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>>DOES U.S. FEEL LEFT OUT AFTER CANADA'S
HERITAGE CLASSIC SUCCESS The biggest problem the NHL has continually faced is the slow
growth of interest in the game in the U.S. The game is only popular
in small pockets of the country. [ Click
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>>HOCKEY OWNERS NEED TO GET THEIR HEADS OUT OF THE SAND The upcoming labour battle between the owners and the players
is the main topic of conversation for everyone in and around the
NHL. While the league's economic future is foremost on the governors'
minds I believe that financial control over the game today is actually
short-term thinking, and that the growth of the game should be their
most pressing issue.[ Click
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When Lightning Strikes
I shook his hand. The right one. Not that it really would have mattered,
considering he had a Stanley Cup ring on each hand. And so there
I was, talking to the guy who was the first player in the NHL to
score a hundred points, led Team Canada into the 1972 Canada-Russia
series and was the former President and GM of the Tampa Bay Lightning.
>>"But Dad, I want to have fun!"
The final instalment in a three-part series about rink rage, minor-league
hockey and the pressure on child athletes, this article explores
"Relax, It's Just a Game," a recent public-service announcement
campaign launched by USA Hockey and Hockey Canada (http://www.hockeycanada.ca):
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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
They say breaking up is hard to do. Whoever "they" are,
At first, it really affected me, maybe because I never saw it coming.
Sure, the months near the end of our relationship were rocky, but
it's not always going to be smooth sailing. Breaking up is always
in the back of your mind but you never expect to see them walk out
the door and not even look back [Click