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Sports Illustrated Remembers Tim Horton

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Sports Illustrated Remembers Tim Horton

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/201...sct=nhl_t11_a1

One of my all-time favorite players although he always played for rivals of my Canadiens. He made all-star teams more than a decade apart. And pound for pound, I think he was the strongest players in the NHL of the time.


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