White Snow Blackout
In 1972, when Paul Henderson scored that great goal for Canada against Soviet Russia, the whole country stood still. It gave us cause to be proud of our game, our players, our love for it.
White Snow Blackout connects, that great goal, that great series, to our own setbacks and triumphs in our own hockey worlds. The story is told as seen through the eyes of a child. It is at times riveting, always passionate.
I invite you to take a journey with me to the roots of hockey, to the very wonderland of it. There, you will immerse yourself into a passion that only sheer innocence can bring.
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