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Foster Hewitt and the Birth of Hockey

He shoots, he scores! To celebrate a new season of Hockey Night in Canada, Rewind celebrates half a century of legendary hockey commentator Foster Hewitt. Every Saturday night his exuberant, nasal voice rang from CBC Radio.

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