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01-05-2013, 11:50 AM
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Originally Posted by The Overseer View Post
There is no difference between then and now when it comes to intentionally breaking the other team's star player's ankle. It is a black mark on Canadian hockey and as long as we celebrate the '72 victory as we do, it will always be relevant.

But, Canada never shows poor sportsmanship these days, right?

4-0 goal, Marchand acts like he won Olympic gold in overtime and climbs the glass:

and, let's not forget:

I'm Canadian, but I can admit Team Canada has a long, long history of being *******s on the international stage.
You realize Tavares taunted the Americans IN RESPONSE to the US taunting the Canadian bench like 10 seconds before that?

Although I don't know why I'm explaining this. Its obvious the anti-Canadian posters on here can't even tell the difference between celebratin a goal during the game and taunting an opponent after a win, so this will no doubt be lost on them as well.

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