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The Montreal Canadiens storied past in Suttton

Older residents of Sutton remember when the steam train stopped in Sutton, there was a good chance that you would see Maurice Richard and his Habs. Jacquie visited the Sutton museum's permanent exhibit that celebrates the hockey team's whistle stop in the

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