Hockey in Canada to the Second World War
No sport is as important to Canadians as hockey. Though there may be a great many things that divide the country, the love of hockey is perhaps its single greatest unifier. Before the latest labour unrest in the National Hockey League (NHL), howev...
John Chi-Kit Wong is an assistant professor in the Sport Management Program at Washington State University.
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