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Warren Strelow, 73; helped in 'Miracle on Ice'

Warren Strelow (right) worked with Worcester Sharks goalies last year. Because of illness, he used a motorized scooter to get around on the ice. He died yesterday in Worcester. Warren Strelow (right) worked with Worcester Sharks goalies last year. Because of illness, he used a motorized scooter to get around on the ice. He died yesterday in Worcester. (JANET KNOTT/GLOBE STAFF/FILE 2006)
Globe Staff / April 12, 2007

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Warren Strelow, a pioneering goaltending coach who worked with Jim Craig on the "Miracle on Ice" 1980 US Olympic hockey team, died yesterday in Worcester, Mass. He was 73. (Full article: 529 words)

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