Wrapped in a freezer bag could be one of hockey's most important pieces of game-used memorabilia. Or not.
What became of the puck that caused a few million Canadians to weep tears of joy 25 years ago?
Their victory over the Soviet Union in the 1972 Summit Series did wonders for the free side of the Cold War. Some say it was a bigger deal than the victory pulled off by the 1980 U.S. Olympic squad.
We know who scored the goal that gave the victory to Team Canada. And the puck that lit the lamp is worth a fortune. Is it really sitting in a freezer bag inside a little safe in a "picturesque" portion of Ontario?