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New Rules Hindered Team Canada

from Al Strachan of the Toronto Sun,
There aren't many people in the world who are more passionate about Canadian hockey than Bob Clarke. So when Canada did not win a medal at the recent Olympics, it did not sit well with Clarke. But he doesn't blame those who played and he doesn't blame the organizers. He thinks that the National Hockey League's rule-makers played a major role in orchestrating Canada's demise, a point he made to the assistant coach of Team Canada, Ken Hitchcock, who also coaches Clarke's Philadelphia Flyers.
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