Montreal Canadiens vs. Russia's Red Army

Montreal Canadiens vs. Russia's Red Army Played on 31 December, 1975, the Super Series match between the Montreal Canadiens and Russia’s Red Army finished in a 3-3 draw. However, in the years that followed, this game has been labeled the greatest game ever played. The game was a fight for bragging rights, but was also mired in political drama. Some great players struggled while others showed their star power. In this video, WatchMojo.com chats with Todd Denault, author of "The Greatest Game: The Montreal Canadiens, the Red Army and the Night That Saved Hockey," to learn more about the years leading up to this momentous hockey game, and why it holds such an important place in the history of the sport.

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