Together Again: 1980 'Miracle On Ice' Team Celebrates 40th AnniversaryTo commemorate the 40th anniversary the teammates are boarding a Sun Country Airlines flight for a fitting weekend celebration in Las Vegas.
Mark Pavelich Found Incompetent To Stand Trial; Family Cites Hockey As Factor For Legal WoesThe family of a player on the 1980 "Miracle on Ice" Olympic champion men's hockey team says concussions and blows he received during his playing career have contributed to his current legal troubles.
'Do You Believe In Miracles?': 39 Years Later, We Still DoFor many, it's still regarded as the single greatest moment in American sports history. On this day 39 years ago, the 'Miracle on Ice' took place in Lake Placid, New York.
Top 5 USA Sports MomentsFire up the grill, throw on your best red, white and blue clothing and let's hop in the time machine to celebrate some historic USA sports moments.
'Miracle on Ice' Scoreboard Coming DownThe scoreboard flashing results during the 1980 U.S. men's hockey team's "Miracle on Ice" run to Olympic glory is being replaced.
'Miracle On Ice' Goalie Auctioning Gold MedalAn iconic piece of U.S. hockey history will soon be for sale. Olympic goaltender Jim Craig is auctioning off a collection of memorabilia from the 1980 "Miracle On Ice" team.
36 Years Ago Today: Miracle On Ice In Lake PlacidSome still regard it as the single greatest moment in American sports history. On this day 36 years ago, the "Miracle on Ice" took place in Lake Placid, New York. On Feb. 22, 1980, the U.S. Olympic hockey team upset the Soviet Union's in a 4-3 victory.
1980 U.S. Olympic Hockey Team Reunites In Lake PlacidThe ovation wasn't quite as deafening as it was 35 years ago. It was riveting, nonetheless, for Dave Christian and his old Olympic buddies, together again to celebrate their Miracle on Ice.
'Miracle' Mementos: Brooks' Olympic Stuff Up For AuctionThe "Miracle on Ice" was a triumph years in the making under the careful, demanding and creative guidance of coach Herb Brooks. Some of the documents that were part of the improbable U.S. victory over the Soviet Union during the 1980 Winter Olympics are now for sale, along with a bunch of other belongings of the late hockey great.
Good Question: How Did Minnesota Become The State Of Hockey?Hockey Day Minnesota is this Saturday. High school, college and pro teams will play outside throughout the day on a specially-made rink. It's a celebration of the state's official sport that an estimated 100,000 Minnesotans play.
Bob Suter Leaves Behind Legacy As Player, FatherThere’s no other moment in sports that comes close to what Americans felt that day in 1980, when a bunch of college kids beat the mighty Soviet Union in the "Miracle on Ice." And for that, we have Bob Suter to thank. Suter died Sept. 9 from a heart attack at the age of 57. But he left quite a legacy behind.