U.S. Hockey Hall of Famer Roger Christian of Warroad dies at age 75 - Bring Me The News

U.S. Hockey Hall of Famer Roger Christian of Warroad dies at age 75

Christian and his brother, Bill, were linemates on the first U.S. Olympic gold medal-winning team in 1960. They later started a family business building hockey sticks.
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Christian and his brother, Bill, were linemates on the first U.S. Olympic gold medal-winning team in 1960. They later started a family business building hockey sticks.

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