Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 08/26/07 at 09:46 AM ET
from Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun,
METULLA, Israel—On Hockey Night In Israel, Sherry Bassin walks out the back of the Canada Centre, turns left, turns right and then points up the hill past the barb-wired fence.
“See that,” he says with emotion, his eyes searching up the hill. “That’s Lebanon. That’s the Hezbollah flag. That’s how close we are….
“One game, in the recent world (B) championships, Jean Perron felt sorry for the goalie,” said Canadian businessman Sid Greenberg, one of the tournament founders and patrons. “He pulled Gusin early in the third period, after the 97th shot against.”
“I didn’t take him out because he was playing badly,” said Perron. “He was playing amazing. I just didn’t want to get him killed.
Perhaps the largest name on the Canadian roster was Benjamin Rubin, best known as the Quebec junior player who is attempting to find balance between religion and a career in hockey.
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