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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: JUNE 14, 1972 -- TEAM CANADA PRESS CONFERENCE -- Manager-coach Harry Sinden, right, and assistant coach, John Ferguson outline plans for Team Canada at press conference in Toronto on June 14, 1972. The eight-game Canada-Russia Summit series is set to begin Sept. 2, 1972 in Montreal. Photo by James Lewcun / The Globe and Mail Orignally published June 15, 1972 The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: JUNE 14, 1972 -- TEAM CANADA PRESS CONFERENCE -- Manager-coach Harry Sinden, right, and assistant coach, John Ferguson outline plans for Team Canada at press conference in Toronto on June 14, 1972. The eight-game Canada-Russia Summit series is set to begin Sept. 2, 1972 in Montreal. Photo by James Lewcun / The Globe and Mail Orignally published June 15, 19721972,James Lewcun transparent
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JUNE 14, 1972 -- TEAM CANADA PRESS CONFERENCE -- Manager-coach Harry Sinden, right, and assistant coach, John Ferguson outline plans for Team Canada at press conference in Toronto on June 14, 1972. The eight-game Canada-Russia Summit series is set to begin Sept. 2, 1972 in Montreal. Photo by James Lewcun / The Globe and Mail Orignally published June 15, 1972
James Lewcun / The Globe and Mail
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