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No Canada - No Cup

from the blog of Spector at Fox Sports,
I've gotten a kick out of some of the headlines in the U.S. media regarding the Carolina Hurricanes defeating the Edmonton Oilers for the Stanley Cup. Much has been made over the fact a Canadian team last won the Cup 13 years ago, when the 1993 Montreal Canadiens defeated the LA Kings. Even the Canadian press sombrely reported today that "the Cup won't be coming back to Canada this year" in the wake of the Hurricanes defeat. Yet without Canadian players, the Hurricanes wouldn't have won the Stanley Cup. The majority of the Hurricanes roster is Canadian, and while some of them may live in the United States year round, they still consider themselves Canadian.... "No Canada" equals No Cup for American based teams.

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