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October 01, 1979
Hockey's lost decade is Ken Dryden's view of the 70s. The retired Montreal goaltender, now a full-time law student, assesses the NHL's shortcomings and discusses life as a Canadien. And as E. M. Swift sees it, Les Canadiens' reign is finis.
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October 01, 1979

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Hockey's lost decade is Ken Dryden's view of the 70s. The retired Montreal goaltender, now a full-time law student, assesses the NHL's shortcomings and discusses life as a Canadien. And as E. M. Swift sees it, Les Canadiens' reign is finis.

Not an everyday tour, but every day the entrants in the Great Hawaiian Footrace ran until the 500 kilometers—nearly three times around Oahu—were done. Kenny Moore tells of life on and off the road, of tropical serenity and street gangs.

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