Father & Son

By David Altro Montreal, Quebec

I came home from the University of Concordia to watch the game with my Dad who came home from work. After 2 periods Canada was losing 5-3 after 2 periods and he said “I’m heading back to work”. On his way back, he heard the Henderson goal on the radio and was crying in his car. I sat and watched it alone. I felt like I was floating I was so excited with the outcome of the game!

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