Jonesy: The Improbable Career of Keith Jones

Jonesy: The Improbable Career of Keith Jones

by Keith Jones
     
 

No one in the history of Philadelphia Sports has made a successful career off of being an average player better than Keith Jones. The improbable hockey career of Jonsey started in 1992, when he was with the Washington Capitals. After a brief stint in Colorado, Keith was traded to Philadelphia, where is hard work, dirty play and colorful personality made him one of

Overview

No one in the history of Philadelphia Sports has made a successful career off of being an average player better than Keith Jones. The improbable hockey career of Jonsey started in 1992, when he was with the Washington Capitals. After a brief stint in Colorado, Keith was traded to Philadelphia, where is hard work, dirty play and colorful personality made him one of the more popular players in recent history. Jonsey is the story of Keith s career in the league as well as all of the interesting stories he accumulated over the course of his career, playing with some of the leagues best players in the last 15 years, including Peter Forsberg, Joe Sakic, Mark Recchi and Eric Lindros. The book will include a forward written by Hall of Fame defense-man Ray Bourque.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780975441985
Publisher:
Middle Atlantic Press
Publication date:
10/28/2007
Pages:
188
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)

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