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Sidney Crosby: The Story of a Champion follows the young phenomenon through his early years in minor hockey, his dominating run through the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, his record-breaking play with the Pittsburgh Penguins, and his spectacular contributions to Team Canada at international competitions.Filled with over 40 color photographs and featuring interviews and commentary from coaches, teammates, and hockey insiders like Pierre McGuire, Sidney Crosby: The Story of a Champion is the account of a once-in-a-generation hockey talent and his path to greatness.
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About the Author
Steve Vernon learned the storytelling tradition from his grandfather. As part of the Writers in the Schools program he now teaches this tradition to Nova Scotia children in schools across the province. His books include The Lunenburg Werewolf, the children’s picture book Maritime Monsters, and the YA novel Sinking Deeper. Steve has lived in Nova Scotia for nearly forty years.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 The Early Years 05
Chapter 2 Far From Home 15
Chapter 3 The Rookie 25
Chapter 4 Sophomore Superstar 35
Chapter 5 Chasing the Cup 43
Chapter 6 Champion 51
Chapter 7 The Golden Goal 65
Chapter 8 Success and Disappointment 73
Image Credits 83
About the Author 84