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The Greatest Comeback - Remembering the '72 Summit Series

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"More Canadians saw Paul Henderson's winning goal with 34 seconds left in game eight than saw the moon landing three years earlier. And they watched the moon landing, it's not like they didn't care about it. I pointed this out to Wayne Gretzky, and he said, 'This was more important.'"

-Author John U. Bacon - The Greatest Comeback

Fifty years ago this month, Canada's best NHL players met the Russian national hockey team for the first time ever in the Summit Series. An 8-game series, set against the peak of the Cold War nuclear standoff.

Canadians were confident we would sweep the series, we invented the game after all. What unfolded was anything but. After four games at home, Team Canada lost two games, tied one, and won only one. They were booed by fans during game four in Vancouver.

The Soviets had introduced a number of innovations that made them a far more formidable foe than anyone expected, like conditioning, emphasis on speed and tic-tac-toe passing around the net instead of booming slap shots and the dump and chase hockey favoured by the Canadians.

Based on his interviews with most of the remaining Team Canada members, author John U Bacon contends that the way the Canadians radically reworked how they played their game and win the series in Moscow changed the game more in the space of one month than it had in the fifty years previous, setting the template for hockey dynasties like the run and gun Edmonton Oilers in the 1980s and the hybrid game played around the world today.

Note: The organ rendition of "Oh, Canada" played at the end of this episode is from game 3 of the Summit Series in Winnipeg. Played by the late Barry Anderson.

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"More Canadians saw Paul Henderson's winning goal with 34 seconds left in game eight than saw the moon landing three years earlier. And they watched the moon landing, it's not like they didn't care about it. I pointed this out to Wayne Gretzky, and he said, 'This was more important.'"

-Author John U. Bacon - The Greatest Comeback

Fifty years ago this month, Canada's best NHL players met the Russian national hockey team for the first time ever in the Summit Series. An 8-game series, set against the peak of the Cold War nuclear standoff.

Canadians were confident we would sweep the series, we invented the game after all. What unfolded was anything but. After four games at home, Team Canada lost two games, tied one, and won only one. They were booed by fans during game four in Vancouver.

The Soviets had introduced a number of innovations that made them a far more formidable foe than anyone expected, like conditioning, emphasis on speed and tic-tac-toe passing around the net instead of booming slap shots and the dump and chase hockey favoured by the Canadians.

Based on his interviews with most of the remaining Team Canada members, author John U Bacon contends that the way the Canadians radically reworked how they played their game and win the series in Moscow changed the game more in the space of one month than it had in the fifty years previous, setting the template for hockey dynasties like the run and gun Edmonton Oilers in the 1980s and the hybrid game played around the world today.

Note: The organ rendition of "Oh, Canada" played at the end of this episode is from game 3 of the Summit Series in Winnipeg. Played by the late Barry Anderson.

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