Franz Baader was a German referee and linesman. He is a member of the German Ice Hockey Hall of Fame. He was the referee during Game 6 of the 1972 Summit Series, played between Canada and the Soviet Union. During the same Series, Baader was embroiled in some controversy, because of the choice of officials for Game 8. The original referees chosen were the Swedish referee Ove Dahlberg and Czechoslovakian referee Rudolf Baťa. However, Dahlberg had fallen ill with a suspected case of food poisoning. The Soviet Union decided to switch the referees Josef Kompalla also from Germany and Franz Baad ...
Joseph Julius Kryczka was a Canadian ice hockey administrator, coach and referee, and had a legal career as a lawyer and judge, where he was commonly known as Justice Joe ". Kryczka graduated from the University of Alberta, and played hockey with the Golden Bears. He practiced law in Calgary for more than 20 years, beginning in 1959 as a lawyer, becoming a judge, and was eventually elevated to a justice on the Court of Queens Bench of Alberta. His hockey administration career included tenures as president of the Alberta Amateur Hockey Association from 1967 to 1969, and later the Canadian A ...
Andrei Vasilyevich Starovoytov was a Soviet ice hockey administrator, referee and player. He won three Soviet ice hockey championships as a player, and was later an ice hockey referee at eight World Championships. He was the general secretary of the Soviet Union Ice Hockey Federation for 17 years, and negotiated Soviet participation in the Summit Series. He was posthumously inducted into the IIHF Hall of Fame.
Canada Russia 72 is a 2006 Canadian documentary-style miniseries about the 1972 Summit Series. The two-part miniseries was directed by T. W. Peacocke and written by Barrie Dunn and Malcolm MacRury. Canada Russia 72 first aired on consecutive nights on CBC on April 9 and 10 of 2006.
ⓘ 1972 Summit Series
- Summit Series or Super Series in Russian Суперсерия СССР - Канада Superseriya SSSR - Canada known at the time simply as the Canada USSR Series
- played in the 1972 Summit Series The Soviet team won the series 4 1 3 over Canada. The format was the same as the 1972 Summit Series with four games
- The Summit Series was an eight - game series of ice hockey between the Soviet Union and Canada, held in September 1972 Summit Series may also refer to:
- Summit Series Journalist Vsevolod Kukushkin, an interpreter for the Soviet team in the 1972 series reported that the first to suggest a new Series was
- two in the Stanley Cup Final. Prior to the start of the season, the 1972 Summit Series took place. It was the first ever meeting between Soviet Union and
- Super Series can refer to: Super Series exhibition ice hockey games between Soviet and NHL teams from 1976 to 1991. 1972 Summit Series Super Series 76
- Thompson. 1972 Summit Racing expands into mail order by placing small ads for Mickey Thompson ET Wheels in Hot Rod and Car Craft magazines. 1974: Summit Racing
- German ice hockey referee. He is best known for his officiating of the 1972 Summit Series between the Soviet Union and Canada. Kompalla began his ice hockey
- also take pictures of the Gilluly loops, a series of horseshoe curves on the western approach to the summit The California Zephyr Amtrak passenger train
- known as the 1972 Summit Series The agreement was signed and announced on 18 April 1972 at the Hotel International Prague during the 1972 World Ice Hockey
- Summit is a city in Union County, New Jersey, United States. At the 2010 United States Census, the city s population was 21, 457. According to Bloomberg