Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 10/03/05 at 09:35 AM ET
For those of you who need a reason to come back to the NHL after the year-long absence made your heart go wander, we bring you the Stanley Cup. Come and get it. Throughout the past winter of discontent, the Cup traveled around the world as it often does, maintaining a semblance of dignity for a game that lost its season and its way. "Everywhere I've always gone, people have recognized it," said Phil Pritchard, one of the Cup curators. "Whether it's in Miami on the beach, or at Redondo Beach in California . . . To me it's a myth that hockey is on an all-time low in the U.S." Over the years Pritchard has met millions of people who apparently haven't been told that no one is interested in hockey anymore. "Bottom line," Pritchard said, "there's a lot of hockey fans out there."
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