“The Baryshnikov of the hockey rink”

This is the best thing ever. In the seventies, Guy Lafleur released an album of hockey exercises set to disco music. They had the launch party at Regine’s in Montreal. Everyone showed up. The record cost $100k, but it was worth it, since it combined, according the CBC reporter, “two of the most powerful trends in our society: sports, and disco.”


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