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Hockey barriers tumble down for female players

In a vast and often frozen land, they are rituals that bind. Dark drives to a chilly hockey arena. Blades biting outdoor ice. Kids in heroes' sweaters, mouthing their own play-by-plays. CBC drives to the net with an unabashedly affectionate look back at the grassroots of our national game — the true spirit of hockey.

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After Canadian women win the worlds, the future seems unlimited for some young girls in Ottawa.
Medium: Radio
Program: The Inside Track
Broadcast Date: Feb. 16, 1991
Guest(s): Sue Scherer
Reporter: Mary Wiens, Jim Davidson
Duration: 11:27

Last updated: December 3, 2012

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