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The Sports Hall Of Fame Encyclopedia

Author: David Blevins
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0810861305
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Provides a comprehensive listing, including biographical information and statistics, of each athlete inducted into one of the major sports halls of fame.

Gateway City Puckchasers

Author: Darin Wernig
Publisher: Wernig Media, LLC
ISBN: 0990723208
Size: 27.36 MB
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Purchase the hardcover version at Gateway City Puckchasers: The History of Hockey in St. Louis is the first book ever published that details the great hockey tradition in St. Louis, which dates back more than one hundred years. Beginning with the Ice Palace and the World’s Fair Hockey Club and extending to the 2013-14 St. Louis Blues, who had one of the best records in the National Hockey League, every important moment is described. In addition to focusing on all of the teams such as the Flyers, Eagles, Braves, Vipers, River Otters, Chill and Blues, several of the all-time great players and ambassadors of St. Louis hockey receive special focus. While there have been many great moments in Gateway City hockey, some are so indelible that stories alone are not nearly enough. Entire box scores of several games, including the first hockey game played in St. Louis in 1899, are included that details all of the important information.Gateway City Puckchasers also features many rarely seen photographs and drawings which only enhance the stories, as well as color graphics showing the various jerseys the professional teams wore through the years. This is a one-of-a-kind book and is a must have for any St. Louis hockey fan.

Herb Brooks

Author: John Gilbert
Publisher: Mvp Books
ISBN: 9780760339954
Size: 63.38 MB
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The U. S. hockey team’s victory at the 1980 Olympics was a “Miracle on Ice”--a miracle largely brought about by Herb Brooks, the legendary coach who forged that invincible team. Famously antagonistic toward the press at Lake Placid, Brooks nonetheless turned to sportswriter John Gilbert after each game, giving his longtime friend and confidant what became the most comprehensive coverage of the ’80 team. This book is Gilbert’s memoir of Brooks. Neither strictly biography or tell-all exposé, Herb Brooks: The Inside Story of a Hockey Mastermind is the story of an extraordinary man as it emerged in the course of a remarkable friendship.

The Hockey Goalie S Handbook

Author: Jim Corsi
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
ISBN: 9780809297467
Size: 77.39 MB
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The most comprehensive guide to the art and science of goaltending The past decade has seen a tremendous surge of interest in hockey. More colleges and universities have added programs. Hockey leagues are sprouting up in such unlikely places as Florida beach communities, New Mexico desert towns, and the Texas flatlands. Coauthored by Jim Corsi, goaltending coach for the Buffalo Sabres, The Hockey Goalie's Handbook is the most comprehensive guide to mastering the most demanding hockey position: goalie. Drawing upon his extensive coaching experience at all levels--from peewees to pros--Corsi explores all facets of goaltending. From the psychology of being a goalie to choosing and purchasing the right equipment for an individual's style and needs, to drills for improving timing, coordination, reach, and speed, Corsi covers all the bases with invaluable advice and guidance as well as tips and techniques for aspiring goalies, parents, and hockey coaches.

Historical Dictionary Of Ice Hockey

Author: Laurel Zeisler
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 0810878631
Size: 44.77 MB
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Historical Dictionary of Ice Hockey traces the history and evolution of hockey in general, as well as individual topics, from their beginnings to the present, through a chronology, an introductory essay, appendixes, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary has more than 600 cross-referenced entries on the players, general managers, managers, coaches, and referees, as well as entries for teams, leagues, rules, and statistical categories. This book is an excellent access point for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about ice hockey.

A Concise History Of Sport In Canada

Author: Don Morrow
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Size: 78.76 MB
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In this, the first generalized history of sport in Canada, the authors draw on their own research to discuss such topics as sport in nineteenth century Montreal; sport as a diversion for the elite in nineteenth century Toronto; three early sport celebrities--Louis Rubenstein, Ned Hanlan, and Louis Cyr; sport and physical education in schools and universities and the several leaders in these fields who had great influence on organized sport; sport between the wars; sport and technological change; women in sports; sports journalism; Canada at the Olympic Games; and the federal government's involvement in sport. Intended as a core text for physical education students, this engrossing survey will also reveal a rich background of activity and accomplishment, the knowledge of which will enhance the enjoyment of sport enthusiasts.

Playing Hockey The Professional Way

Author: Rod Gilbert
Publisher: Fitzhenry & Whiteside
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Two members of the 1972 NHL All-Star team discuss the fundamentals and strategies of playing professional hockey and offer suggestions on equipment and power skating