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Only in the 1960s did NHL teams start to look for hockey talent east of Quebec. Then the stream of talented players started, culminating with the record-breaking achievements of Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia's Sidney Crosby.Here are the stories of a dozen NHL hockey players who learned the game in communities on Canada's East Coast. They came from all four provinces, and from towns large and small.
|Publisher:||Formac Publishing Company, Limited|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||2 MB|
About the Author
PAUL WHITE is a graduate of Trent University (BA History, Canadian Studies) and a member of SIHR (Society for International Hockey Research). He has published hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles about various aspects of sports history. His books include The Hockey Scrapbook and Great Hockey Centremen.