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Canadian Expat Network NewsApril 3, 2012
Great '72 Story: What Goes Around Comes Around

 Paul Henderson

Paul Henderson (Courtesy of Robert Black)


By D. Connor


I was ten years old when my favorite team, the Toronto Maple Leafs last won the Stanley cup. I was fifteen years old when my country and my favorite Leaf, Paul Henderson scored the winning goal in the eighth game of the '72 Summit series of what I think was the most memorable goal and the most memorable game of all Canadian hockey history.


When Paul Henderson scored that goal, my love for the game grew tenfold. I would never have guessed that goal and that game would help shape my life years later.


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