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- Hockey Night in Canada (often abbreviated Hockey Night or HNIC) is a television broadcast of National Hockey League games in Canada, produced by CBC Sports.
- French name: Revolution tranquille a period during the 1960s in Quebec, marked by secularization, educational reforms, and rising support for separation from the rest of Canada
- In Canada, both uses of the term delicatessen are found. First-generation immigrants from Europe often use the term in a manner consistent with its original German meaning.
hockey night in canada ringtone - Hockey Night
Well folks, we’re in for a good game tonight as the All Stars play their championship game without their controversial goalie Cathy Yarrow…When newcomer Cathy decides to join the boys’ hockey team, the sporting community is divided. The coach is thrilled with the talented new goalie, but others aren’t as pleased. Challenged by inflexible attitudes and small-town politics, Cathy continues to play with courage, determination and skill until she is cut from the team. With their championship at stake, the other players stand up for what they know is right and become winners by being true to themselves. They know when the game is over, it’s who they are that matters most.
Hockey Night In Canada
Ron and Don during the first intermission up in the top right corner.
Hockey Night @ the Triple Rock, Minneapolis, MN - October 29th, 2006
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This game wasn't about money, points, or trophies. Instead it was played for pride, both personal and national. It was a confrontation twenty years in the making and it marked a turning point in the history of hockey.
On December 31, 1975, the Montreal Canadiens, the most successful franchise in the NHL, hosted the touring Central Red Army, the dominant team in the Soviet Union. For three hours millions of people in both Canada and the Soviet Union were glued to their television sets. What transpired that evening was a game that surpassed all the hype and was subsequently referred to as "the greatest game ever played." Held at the height of the Cold War, this remarkable contest transcended sports and took on serious cultural, sociological, and political overtones. And while the final result was a 3-3 tie, no one who saw the game was left disappointed. This exhibition of skill was hockey at its finest, and it set the bar for what was to follow as the sport began its global expansion.
From the Hardcover edition.