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05-08-2005, 09:57 PM
2 is better than one
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Don Cherry is also an American citizen but he's not considered as such these days.
But I guess Hull's donning of the U.S. uniform to try and beat Canada qualifies him as non-Canadian.
But if we play the immigration game, Petr Nedved is a Canadian citizen and he represented Canada very well in 1994 being a key player in bringing home a medal (a fact often missed on many).
Whatever. Brett Hull's mother is an American, so he was a dual-citizen at birth. He played college hockey at Minnesota-Duluth, has played exclusively for the U.S. in international competition, and lives in the U.S. 100% of time. That's American to me. You can claim Nedved if you want. I wouldn't, but that's me.
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