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Austria Attracting Hockey Players

from lance Hornby of the Toronto Sun,

VIENNA—The rink organist doesn’t dress like Mozart in a powdered wig, but club hockey in Austria is still something special.

Inside the naturally lit Albert Schultz Eishalle, near the Danube River, a slap shot from the centre of Europe’s “most livable city” is the best of both worlds.

The appeal of Viennese culture is obvious, but so is the rapidly improving 10-team Erstebank Liga, which has caught the attention of many on both sides of the Atlantic.

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