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New Team Canada jersey has players thinking of past and future glory

With hockey being such an important part of the Canadian identity, Tom Renney had to make an important disclaimer when he was introducing Team Canada’s new international jerseys: it’s OK to want to be the best. In a nation known for its humility off the ice, it was probably a good idea for Hockey Canada’s president and CEO to reinforce the notion that on the ice, there are...
Via The Hockey News
24 days ago

Tom Renney named President of Hockey Canada

Per Darren Dreger, ex-Rangers head coach Tom Renney has been named the President of Hockey Canada. Renney took over head coaching duties for the Rangers at the end of the 2003-2004 season, and coached three full years and parts of two others before being fired in 2009. In 327 games as the head coach, Renney’s […] The post Tom Renney named President of Hockey Canada appeared first...
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July 15, 2014  |  Discuss
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