A moment in time.
It’s rare for a person to remember exactly where he or she was
at a single moment in time, some four decades past. It’s rarer
still for an entire nation to hold a... More > collective memory of such a
moment. This kind of hardwired retention usually results from
group trauma — the shock of assassination, large scale tragedy,
or natural disaster.
Occasionally, the event that galvanizes a population is a happy one. Such was the case when Paul Henderson scored the memorable goal in ’72, that won the game and united Canada.
Includes foreword from Don Cherry with stories from Peter Mansbridge, Bob Cole, Howie Meeker, Darryl Sittler, Blue Rodeo, Denis Brodeur and Johnny Bower to name a few.< Less