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Sport's future in world of trouble

By Kevin Paul Dupont
September 13, 2004

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TORONTO -- There is no mystique to it anymore, because after all, the Russians have become commoners in today's National Hockey League, and Finns, Czechs, Slovaks, and Swedes also have been entrenched in the Original 30 long enough to turn the ongoing World Cup of Hockey into a protracted trailer for the NHL season. (Full Article: 1087 Words)

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