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Featured Article: Canada Cup

The Canada Cup was an international competition held five times, i.e. 1976, 1981, 1984, 1987 and 1991 that had facing up the six strongest hockey nations in the world. Created by Allan Eagleson who had the idea of adapting the FIFA World Cup to ice hockey, these tournaments had Canada, the United-States, the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, Sweden and Finland (the only exception came in 1984, where West Germany replaced Finland). Canada largely dominated those tournaments with 4 gold medals; the lone gold they failed to win went to the Soviets in 1981.

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