Good ol' Scott Burnside over at ESPN.com is back as that websites only serious hockey writer. Today he talks about the 2007 Super Series and the memories of 1972.
"In some ways, it is surprising [that the Summit Series has continued to endure]," (coach Dave) King told ESPN.com this week, "because 35 years is a long, bloody time. This event [the '72 series] should be well into the history
of the game."
Yet it's not. Not yet. Maybe not ever.
"'72 was just so, so special," Hockey Canada president Bob Nicholson said. "I think after 50 years, it'll still have the same footprint on the game in our country."
Full Scott Burnside article
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