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by George Malik on 08/13/12 at 09:36 PM ET
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:
Feature on Byron McCrimmon’s search for closure in Yaroslavl bit.ly/Nlrnl0 (vid)— Mark Masters (@markhmasters) August 13, 2012
Byron McCrimmon is still with Canadian jrs in Halifax; was front & centre in team pic yesterday sitting beside Steve Spott— Mark Masters (@markhmasters) August 13, 2012
Will never forget Byron McCrimmon telling me the story of how a woman found Brad’s whistle at the crash site & then gave it him last week— Mark Masters (@markhmasters) August 13, 2012
— Mark Masters (@markhmasters) August 13, 2012
@austinl_nhl Just an incredible story. Byron handed me the whistle in the interview ... tough moment.
Lokomotiv won pre-season tournament before crash last year; Byron has been told that trophy will remain permanently on display at the arena— Mark Masters (@markhmasters) August 13, 2012
TSN’s videos aren’t embeddable, but you can watch the story here.
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