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The Miracle on Ice

Without even an indoor rink, the Soviets changed hockey forever.

Soviet ice hockey star Vsevolod Bobrov, Merited Master of Sports

The order to start playing hockey came, in 1946, from the very top. Stalin believed that with the war finished and his objectives in Eastern Europe achieved, the Soviet Union’s isolation was at an end. The USSR had good athletes. They could send them to international championships and win over the nonaligned nations. As Charlie […]

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