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Russian ice hockey's comeback kids

After deadly plane crash killed many players and staff last year, Lokomotiv Yaroslavl bounce back in style.
Last Modified: 06 Dec 2012 21:05

Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, a top ice hockey team in Russia, was almost wiped out after a plane crash last year killed many of its players and staff.

Now, with a new coach and many young players, the club has made a remarkable comeback.

Al Jazeera's Robin Forrestier-Walker reports from Moscow.

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