Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 03/25/06 at 10:36 AM ET
Imagine growing up hockey-crazed, making yourself plenty good enough for a shot at the big leagues, and then learning the NHL is off limits because your skin's the wrong colour. The average Canadian male would be crushed or incurably bitter. But for Herb Carnegie, who lived that scenario, the experience somehow became the motivation for more than a half-century of giving back to Toronto. "There's still a wound," Mr. Carnegie said last week, at his kitchen table in the Donway Place seniors residence. But Mr. Carnegie -- 86, widowed and blind -- is in no hurry to speak of life's injustices.continued
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