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Despite reported riffs between East and West, the 1956 U.S. Olympic Team was a collection of the finest American hockey players available at the time. It’s been more than 50 years, and...
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Hockey’s Roots Run Deep For Dougherty
The 1956 Olympic Team with Dick Dougherty, second from left back row, and head coach John Mariucci, upper right. The temperature in International Falls, Minn., has fallen well below zero, but U.S....
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What hockey skill did you work on most this summer?:
Shooting. Swinging all those golf clubs and baseball bats had to of helped!
Passing and teamwork. Playing with my friends all summer we really got that one down.
Speed. Rollerblading helped out a ton!
I just had fun all summer. That's an important skill in hockey anway though right?
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