Sport: Ah, Canada!

It took 479 minutes 26 seconds of playing time to do it, but Team Canada finally overcame the Soviet Union's national team in Moscow last week to win the first "world series" of hockey. With 34 seconds left in the eighth and final game, Paul Henderson of Toronto flicked the puck past Soviet Goalie Vladislav Tretiak to give the Canadian all-star pros a 6-5 lead. The Russians tried desperately to come back, but the Canadians hung on to take their fourth victory against three wins for the Soviets and one tie.

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