This time around, Classic a family affair for NHL's ice guru
CHICAGO -- No one sets out to become the world's most famous ice maker, but that's just what Dan Craig has become. And maybe that, in and of itself, would be enough.
Craig, who began working at the local arena in the resort town of Jasper, Alberta, while still in high school, has put down ice for Stanley Cup champions and Olympic gold medalists. He's created NHL playing surfaces where there were only patches of dirt and bare slabs of concrete in Japan, Italy and London, and he's conjured ...
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