High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The 1976 Canada Cup was
an international ice hockey tournament held September 2-15, 1976,
in Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg and Quebec, Canada as well
as in Philadelphia, United States. It was the first of five Canada
Cup tournaments held between 1976 and 1991. It was organized by
Alan Eagleson and sanctioned by the International Ice Hockey
Federation (IIHF), Hockey Canada and the National Hockey League
(NHL). It was a six-team, round robin tournament with a
best-of-three final between the top two teams. Canada finished atop
the standings and defeated Czechoslovakia in the final in two
consecutive games. Bobby Orr was named the most valuable player of
the tournament, and Viktor Zhluktov was the leading scorer.
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