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    1975 Montreal Canadiens Vs. Russia "Game of The Century" Ticket Stub PSA Fair 1.5. Most would be surprised to learn that one of the greatest games of the 20th Century was played to a tie. On December 31, 1975, the Montreal Canadiens faced off the Russian Army team to a 3-3 tie in the Montreal Forum but to hockey fans and historians it was game that launched a dynasty. From 1976 through 1979 the Canadiens won four straight Stanley Cup titles. The squad lost 55 regular season games during the span of those four seasons. It was this game that has credited with lighting the fire that sparked Montreal's resolve and determination. It proved to them that if they could go toe-to-toe with Russia, there was not a team in the NHL they couldn't beat. Offered is a scarce ticket stub to that historic game. A pair of crease resulted in the PSA Fair 1.5 assessment. Visually, it presents much nicer.


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