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Pink Power

At the first-ever women's hockey world championships in 1990, Canada dressed its National Women's Team in pink, which offended many people. Lorna Schultz Nicholson offers an insider's look at the power behind the pink jerseys.

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Star Power

Hockey's first superstar, Fred "Cyclone" Taylor, was often caught up in the politics and turmoil of hockey's early professional years. Star Power is the story of one of Canada's greatest athletes and a game in transition.

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Choice of Colours

John Danakas profiles the pioneering black football players who donned new team colours and changed their sport.

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Forever Champions

Discover the story of the Edmonton Grads, who went from a small-city, girl's high school team to world champs with an unparalleled winning record.

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Fire on the Water

How did the son of Irish immigrants outrow blueblood scullers from Oxford and Cambridge to become one of the most famous athletes of his time?

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Long Shot

The sons of Icelandic immigrants and friends since boyhood, the Winnipeg Falcons were a superbly talented team of just eight players who brought home Canada's first Olympic gold medal in hockey in 1920.

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Small Town Glory

How did the Kenora Thistles become, against all odds, the smallest team and the smallest town ever to win the Stanley Cup?

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