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(The Hockey Writers)   A hockey story in which an obscure Belgian composer gets minor fame with his Evening Beat song and Fark's "Shut Up" Pierre McGuire is the good guy; the history behind Brass Bonanza, the Hartford Whalers' iconic goal music   (thehockeywriters.com) divider line
    More: Cool, Hartford, Connecticut, traditional hockey arena songs, Hartford Whalers, house party of a WHA team, Eugene Ysaye, good times, fight song, jaunty tune of brass instruments  
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288 clicks; posted to Sports » on 03 Dec 2021 at 1:41 AM (7 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-12-02 10:39:26 PM  
I know Pierre gets a bad rap on this tab and the poor guy has been sent into desk work with the new broadcast contracts.  Yet I can never acknowledge him as a "good guy."  For he tried to pull a fast one on the entire Brady family.

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2021-12-03 3:13:29 AM  
I prefer the Sega Genesis NHL 94 version:

NHL 94: Brass Bonanza
Youtube 5SVHrY7XtR0
 
2021-12-03 10:33:35 AM  
"...Bringing back "Brass Bonanza" was the single greatest decision McGuire made in Hartford..."
/As a former Whaler season ticket holder l can confidently say this decision was his ONLY great decision!/
 
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