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1970s / The Hockey Song
Stompin' Tom Connors, who died at age 77 on March 6, 2013, was a folk/country singer who was well loved within Canada but hardly known outside its borders. Connors typically penned and performed songs with a distinctly Canadian theme. His most famous tune, The Hockey Song, first recorded in 1973, is familiarly played during lulls in the action at arenas everywhere in Canada. Feel free to sing along!