Team Canada leaves Swedish captain bloodied and bruised
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The Globe and Mail
On Sept. 18, several newspapers ran large photos of Swedish captain Lars-Erik Sjoberg. His face was streamed with blood, the victim of a Canadian high stick. For the Swedes, it was a microcosm of the series: Canada’s pros were little more than thugs. Two years later, Mr. Sjoberg would join the Winnipeg Jets of the World Hockey Association, the short-lived pro league renowned for its violent play.
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