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Byron McCrimmon’s following in his son’s footsteps while traveling with Canadian WJC team

TSN’s Mark Masters is following Team Canada and Team Russia’s potential World Junior Championship teams as they play a four-game series commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Summit Series (in lieu of annual World Junior Evaluation camps). The first two games of the “Canada-Russia Challenge” were played in Yaroslavl, Russia, and the second pair start tonight in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and as such, as noted by RedWingsFeed (blogger under the weather = I miss some stuff), Masters spoke to a very important person who happens to be traveling with the Canadian team, which happens to include Red Wings prospect Xavier Ouellet:

 

 

 

TSN’s videos aren’t embeddable, but you can watch the story here.

 

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Should say father’s, no?

Posted by rich on 08/13/12 at 09:38 PM ET

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What a needless waste of life.  Hope all the families get some solace from whatever they can.  McCrimmon was a good guy.  What a shame he’s gone so soon.

Posted by 13 user names on 08/13/12 at 09:59 PM ET

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Should say father’s, no?

Posted by rich on 08/13/12 at 07:38 PM ET

Time traveler, lol.  George will get it when he gets a chance to recoup.  good eyes though, i blew right through the headline.

Posted by RWBill from cruising Brush Street with creepy Rob Lowe. on 08/13/12 at 10:23 PM ET

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