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Recounts ten high points in the history of ...
Recounts ten high points in the history of hockey, including the 1942 Stanley Cup win for the Toronto Maple Leafs, the 1980 Olympic gold medal game between the United States and Russia, and the career of Hall of Famer Mario Lemieux.
|Chapter 1||Will This Game Never End? A Six-Overtime Thriller from Hockey's Early Days||6|
|Chapter 2||The Ultimate Comeback: The Toronto Maple Leafs Battle Back from a 3-0 Series||10|
|Chapter 3||He Scores ... and Flies! How Bobby Orr Changed the Game||14|
|Chapter 4||The Goal Heard 'Round the World: Canada vs. the Soviet Union in a Different Cold War||18|
|Chapter 5||They Call Him "Mr. Hockey": Gordie Howe Set Scoring Records Only Gretzky Could Break||22|
|Chapter 6||Miracle on Manchester: A Great Comeback for the Los Angeles Kings--and a Bigger Upset||26|
|Chapter 7||Quadruple Overtime: A Marathon Game Seven between the Capitals and the Islanders||30|
|Chapter 8||The Great One's Greatest: A Look at Wayne Gretzky's Amazing Career||34|
|Chapter 9||Super Mario: How Mario Lemieux Beat the Odds||38|
|Chapter 10||A College Clincher: The Eagles Fly High||42|
|Hockey Time Line||46|
|To Learn More||47|