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Say What?!? - July 29

“For our team, really it’s a big honor. What’s so special about that team is that I played for 16 years and that was the one team I look back on, and we were so incredibly unified. We were not favored to win, and had lost six or seven world championships to Canada, but we decided to come together as one and let go of our individuality."

- U.S. women's star Cammi Granato on the gold medal-winning team from the 1998 Olympics. The team was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Tuesday.


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