The Summit in 1974: Site Authors
About the Authors
Craig Wallace is an expert on the history
of the World Hockey Association and international
hockey. Craig is a member of the Hockey Research
Association. He also has had a life long interest
in Father David Bauer and the "Nats" and
the Canadian Football Leagues' Toronto Argonauts.
He is a free lance writer for the CFL and the author
of the book "A
Slip in the Rain, The Toronto Argonauts and the
Fumble into Oblivion." Craig lives in Toronto,
Canada and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Arthur Chidlovski was born and grew up
in Moscow, Russia. His area of expertise includes
history of Russian and international hockey. As
a professional web developer, he is in charge of
a technical support for the Summit in 1974 project.
He is a member of the Hockey Research Association,
Society For International Hockey Research and an
author of award-winning The
Summit in 1972, Hockey
CCCP International and Hockey
RetroSpective web sites. Arthur lives in Boston,
USA and can be reached at email@example.com.
Mike Franzese is a dedicated researcher and historian
of the World Hockey Association. Besides the WHA,
his area of research includes the development of
the international hockey. He owns a unique collection
of various materials related to the top international
hockey events. Mike lives in Connecticut, USA and
can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dan Ammann is one of the most prominent collectors
and distributors of the "old time hockey"
videos. His video collection features a variety
of game masterpieces from 1950s to 1990s and can
be accessed at vintagehockeyvideos.com.
Dan lives in California, USA and can be reached
Besides being knowledgeable about Scandinavian hockey,
Marcus Lindroos' specialty in hockey research is
obscure North American leagues, players and game
facts including info on US and European-born players.
Dan lives in Abo, Finland and can be reached via