You have to be a Canadian of some vintage to know the classic Canadian panel quiz/public affairs television show from 1957 through 1995. The show was quite the legendary show in it's first couple of decades.
The show featured four panelists, usually well-known journalists, who would ask yes-or-no questions in an attempt to correctly identify a mystery challenger connected to a front-page news item, as well as the news item itself. After the panelists had guessed correctly--or been stumped--they would proceed to interview the challenger.
Here's a special episode I found involving none other than Manon Rheaume, the first woman to play in a National Hockey League pre-season game.
Anyways, I bring this up because the Four Nations Cup starts this week, pitting the best female hockey players in the world against one another.
I'm still really lagging behind on my inclusion of women's legends, but I have made some progress. In addition to Manon Rheaume I also have profiled Angela James, Abby Hoffman, Cassie Campbell, Cammi Granato and, courtesy Jennifer Conway, the very interesting Albertine Lapensee