123 PHOTOGRAPHS IN COLLECTION (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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JUNE 8, 1972 -- MONTREAL -- NEW COACH FOR TEAM CANADA -- Harry Sinden, centre, former Boston Bruins who was named Wednesday as coach of the Canadian hockey team that will play a summit series against Russia this fall is shown here with Alan Eagleson, left, president of the National Hockey League Players' Association and Charles Hay, president of Hockey Canada. CP PHOTO Originally published June 21, 1972.
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JUNE 14, 1972 -- TEAM CANADA PRESS CONFERENCE -- Manager-coach Harry Sinden, right, and assistant coach, John Ferguson outline plans for Team Canada at press conference in Toronto on June 14, 1972. The eight-game Canada-Russia Summit series is set to begin Sept. 2, 1972 in Montreal. Photo by James Lewcun / The Globe and Mail Orignally published June 15, 1972
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JUNE 26, 1972 -- CANADA-RUSSIA HOCKEY SERIES TV RIGHTS -- Harold Ballard, left, and Alan Eagleson, centre, each hand over $100,000 cheques to Allan Scott, business manager of Hockey Canada on June 26, 1972 in Toronto as down payment for the $750,000 television rights for the Canada-Russia Summit Series due to begin Sept. 2, 1972. Photo by Tibor Kolley / The Globe and Mail Originally published June 27, 1972. Summit Series
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JULY 13, 1972 -- OTTAWA -- WELCOME TO THE TEAM -- Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau accepts a Team Canada jersey from manager-coach Harry Sinden at a meeting on Parliament Hill, Thursday, July 13, 1972. Team member Yvan Cournoyer of the Montreal Canadiens looks on. The team, comprised of NHL hockey players will compete in an eight-game series against the Russian national team beginning Sept. 2, 1972 in Montreal. CP PHOTO Originally published July 14, 1972.
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JULY 17, 1972 -- TEAM CANADA TV ARRANGEMENTS -- Team Canada officials gather in Toronto on July 17, 1972 to make announcement concerning television arrangements for upcoming Canada-Russia Summit Series. From left, Aggie Kukulowicz, Bob Haggert, Alan Eagleson, head coach Harry Sinden, Arthur Harnett and John Ferguson sit at table sporting Air Canada logos. All but Harnett are due to leave this evening for Russia to complete arrangement for the games at Moscow. The series is set to start in Montreal on Sept. 2, 1972. Photo by Tibor Kolley / The Globe and Mail. Originally published July 18, 1972
These photographs and captions are unaltered documents. In some cases, they contain outdated language that may be offensive. In order to preserve their historical authenticity, they have not been edited.
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