Hockey's Greatest Teams: Teams, Players and Plays That Changed the Game

Hockey's Greatest Teams: Teams, Players and Plays That Changed the Game

by Andrew Podnieks
     
 

Hockey's Greatest Teams tells the stories of the justly famous and the unjustly unsung, and distinguishes hockey's true heroes from the ordinary champions. Who were the teams that shaped modern-day hockey and the NHL? Who were the innovators who helped the style of play evolve into the streamlined sport it is today? In this highly competitive,See more details below

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Hockey's Greatest Teams tells the stories of the justly famous and the unjustly unsung, and distinguishes hockey's true heroes from the ordinary champions. Who were the teams that shaped modern-day hockey and the NHL? Who were the innovators who helped the style of play evolve into the streamlined sport it is today? In this highly competitive, rapid-fire sport, who had the grit and the grace to set the absolute standard for excellence yet unsurpassed? This complete investigation of hockey’s most supreme teams answers the perpetual debates and settles the bragging rights once and for all. Read about the finest teams to ever hit the ice, including the winners of the first Stanley Cup in 1893; Team Canada of 1972; NHL's 1997 Detroit Red Wings; and 1930s Preston Rivulettes, hockey's first women's team. Hockey's Greatest Teams not only chronicles the colorful history of the sport's teams of consequence, but also sings the praises of those teams who left an indelible mark on the game, if not on the memories of its fans.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781572433656
Publisher:
Triumph Books
Publication date:
09/01/2000
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
9.50(w) x 10.32(h) x 0.59(d)

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