1955 World Championship defining moment for Penticton goalie
Back in 1955, an amateur team stick-handled its way to the World Hockey Championship, humiliating the reigning Soviet team -- who had taken the gold from the Canadians in their World Hockey debut the year before.
That hockey team was the Penticton Vees, and their goalie was Ivan McLelland.
He's written a new book about that experience, called "Gold Mine to Gold Medal and beyond," and talks to Daybreak host Chris Walker about the days before goalies wore face guards, and why he turned down a chance at a professional hockey career.
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