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09-24-2012, 09:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Xokkeu View Post
Maybe it's just events being fresher in memory because I remember a lot of ink being split back in the lead up to 2002. Canada had lost to the US in 1996, lost in 1998 badly and hadn't won anything since 1991. Canadian writers were bemoaning the death of Canadian hockey, and American writers, the few there were, were proclaiming American dominance of the sport. All complete bull turd, but I guess you have to write something in your column. Anyway, far be it for me to tell Canadians which game was bigger but my personal opinion is that 2002 was a more important win.
I'm sure there are a great many Canadians who will agree with you. There were lots of interesting storylines heading into both gold medal games.

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