New York Rangers : Seventy-Five Yearsby John Halligan
This book celebrates the 75th anniversary of the legendary New York Rangers, the classiest team in hockey. New York Rangers: Seventy-five Years includes dazzling, action-packed photos, an informative text by hockey historian John Halligan, and a foreword by "The Great One," Wayne Gretsky. For this special 75th anniversary celebration, broadcaster and former player John Davidson has made his picks for the ultimate Rangers team.
New York Rangers: Seventy-Five Years honors the achievements and unique trials of this singular team like no other book has done. From their early triumphs as an Original Six team to the Mark Messier-led 1994 Stanley Cup win and Wayne Gretsky's emotional retirement, the Rangers have given their fans an incredible wealth of memories. Many Ranger greats are in this book, including Rod Gilbert, Jean Ratelle, Chuck Rayner, Babe Pratt, Alex Shibicky, Andy Bathgate, Mike Richter, and Brian Leetch.
Fans of the Rangers and the sport of hockey will enjoy this one-of-a-kind look into the heart of an unforgettable team.
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