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The "Miracle On Ice" The 1980 Olympic hockey game between the U.S.A. and Russia is regarded as one of the greatest upsets in sports history. 13 of the 20 players were born in Minnesota and most of those played for the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers, under Head Coach Herb Brooks. Coach Brooks was also Silver Medal Olympic Coach in 2002. A member of the 1964 and 1968 U.S. Olympic Hockey Team, he guided the University of Minnesota to three NCAA titles in the 1970s, coached in the National Hockey League, and in 1990 was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall in Eveleth Minnesota. Herb Brooks died in a car accident in 2003.

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-----------------------------The word hockey itself is of unknown origin, although it is likely a derivative of hoquet, a Middle French word for a shepherd's stave. The curved, or "hooked" ends of the sticks used for hockey would indeed have resembled these staves. The first recorded use of the word "hockey" is found in the text of a 1363 royal proclamation by Edward III of England banning certain types of sports and games in Ireland: Moreover, we ordain that you prohibit under penalty of imprisonment all and sundry from such stone, wood and iron throwing; handball, football, or hockey; coursing and cock-fighting, or other such idle games. One has to wonder whether this was a moral judgment against idle pastime or if there was concern over the skill set derived from practicing this sport of hurling projectiles, with its’ potential as a form of weapon in the hands of the Irish. The roots of hockey are buried deep in antiquity. Historical records show that a crude form of hockey was played in Egypt 4,000 years ago, and in Ethiopia around 1,000 BC. Various museums offer evidence that a form of the game was played by Romans and Greeks, and by the Aztec Indians in South America several centuries before Columbus landed in the New World. The modern game of hockey evolved in England in the mid-18th century, primarily around schools. The first Olympic Hockey Competition for men was held in London in 1908 with England, Ireland and Scotland competing separately. After having made its first appearance in the 1908 Games, hockey was subsequently dropped from the 1912 Stockholm Games, and reappeared in 1920 in Antwerp before being omitted again in Paris in 1924 because the sport had no International Federation. The International Hockey Federation, the world governing body for the sport, was founded that same year in Paris. Little known is that Women's hockey developed quickly after that in many countries, and in 1927, the International Federation of Women's Hockey Associations (IFWHA) was formed. After celebrating their respective Golden Jubilee, the FIH in 1974 and the IFWHA in 1980, the two organizations FIH and IFWHA came together in 1982 to form the FIH, Federation of International Hockey.

Quick facts 1889 - Lord Stanley of Preston, Canada’s sixth governor general and namesake of the Stanley Cup, supervised the flooding of a large lawn on the grounds of the Government House. Lord and Lady Stanley and their children, including two daughters, spent many hours on the rink playing hockey. 1892 - What was originally thought to be the first

organized and recorded all-female ice hockey game is played in Barrie, Ontario. Research reveals a description of just one game in that community during that year and that the game actually featured women playing men dressed as women. Early 1980s - The Amateur Hockey Association of the United States (now known as USA Hockey) hosts the first National Championships for girls’ (1980) and women’s (1981) divisions. 1994 - Minnesota becomes the first state in the United States to sanction girls’ ice hockey as a high school varsity sport. 1998 - Canada, the United States, Finland, China, Sweden and host nation Japan make up the field of six teams that compete at the XVIII Olympic Winter Games as women’s ice hockey makes its debut in the Olympics. History is made on Feb. 17 when Team USA defeats Canada, 3-1, to earn the first Olympic gold medal ever awarded in women’s ice hockey. Gretchen Ulion, Shelley Looney and Sandra Whyte score for the United States. ----------------------------

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