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Loonie In Italy

from the Edmonton Journal,
Will the loonie be lucky again in Turin? "We won't know until after," said Trent Evans, the man who started Canada's lucky loonie legend. The coin Evans planted at centre ice of the E-Center at the 2002 Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, where both the Canadian men's and women's hockey teams won gold, spawned the book A Loony for Luck, and dozens of copycat burials of coins in playing surfaces of Canadian teams everywhere. "I think it's enshrined," Evans said."It's going to keep going. It's legendary, I think, at this stage."
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