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12-30-2012, 06:30 PM
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Originally Posted by cam042686 View Post
To be honest I don't know of any. I know the Soviets were upset at how Wayne Cashman played in particular. Other players like JP Parise were rougher than they liked. But nothing as brutal as what Clarke did. I think the Soviets were also appalled at how we spoke to the officials and how Sinden "lost it" and things like that.

Craig Wallace
Thus the crux of the matter. Soviets upset cuz we had some players who were rough and tough all whilst they get in their more "subtle" cheap shots. Officials who blatantly cheated for them and then they get appalled when we man up and voice our distaste for the obviousness of it.

And now worst of all the revisionist historians who make it sound like Canada were devils and the innocent poor Soviets who did no wrong. It's disgusting.

I'm interested to hear from 'Dennis Bonvie' about his reasoning for his agreement with Dryden.

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