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I stepped in where I wasn't invited. Just click on the link to see my homer offerings. Hope no one's offended.


Maybe I'm biased for my Greatest Sports Moment, but for every Canadian the answer is Paul Henderson's goal against the Soviets in 1972 that won the Summit Series. That was far greater than Miracle on Ice as far I'm concerned because this was literally the USSR's and Canada's (the two best hockey nations at the time) best hockey players. These guys were pro's, not amateur kids, and this summit series decided literally who the best hockey nation was at the time. There were players like Phil and Tony Esposito, Bobby Clark, Ken Dryden, Tretiak, and about a dozen other Soviets that could easily pass the 30 goal mark in the NHL. Most Canadians that were alive at the time will remember where they were when Paul Henderson scored that goal... even though they may not remember where they were when there was the moon landing.

Dave Tufte

Ah serendipity. I was reading this just yesterday about Bobby Clarke. (

It reminded me that one of the reasons that Canada won was a slash by Clarke.


This is very true. This is why my second greatest sports moment was when Canada won the gold medal in Salt Lake City in 2002.

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