And at that precise moment, the former U.S. vice-president mentioned two of the greatest Canadian hockey players ever to play the game. Wayne Gretzky and Bobby Hull were great, he said, because they saw the play where it was going – not where it's been.
Now Bobby Hull was a great player, but his game was hardly based on prescience or anticipation... It was based on power, muscle, speed, and a shot that made goalies duck; not on brains.
Once again, Gore invents facts to prove an invalid point.