Jun 3, 2022
I love this story because I was there, attacking my nails every game as a fan, and my standing ovation wasn't for a team; it was for Canada.
Fifty years ago, a goal changed hockey forever and helped to unite a fractured nation. It was the 1972 Summit, the first time that NHL Players competed against the best from the Soviet Union. It was supposed to be a cakewalk for Team Canada. It wasn't.
Scott Morrison, who just released his book, 1972, The Series that
Changed Hockey forever, joins me on Chatter that Matters to talk
about what many consider to be one of the most significant sports
events in history.
Scott is one of the most knowledgeable hockey authorities in the world. He shares some incredible 'behind the bench' insights on the eight games that changed hockey forever and united a divided nation. Scott also offers lessons on leadership, strategy, parenting and why sports matter.
Scott Morrison a champion storyteller.
To order Scott Morrison's book: https://www.chapters.indigo.ca/en-ca/books/1972-the-series-that-changed/9781982154141-item.html?ikwid=scott+morrison&ikwsec=Books&ikwidx=0#algoliaQueryId=8b8d4b7af6437c584d33b11d19542c8b