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De tout pour les passionnés de hockey

by Eric Zweig

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Un livre indispensable pour tous les passionnés de hockey - jeunes ou moins jeunes! Une foule d'informations sur le hockey pour des heures de plaisir. Renseignez-vous sur les meilleurs marqueurs et sur l'historique du jeu, et découvrez des anecdotes au sujet des joueurs. Comprend des catégories telles que « Le savais-tu? » et « Pauvre coupe. ».
 

Fun hockey facts about all your favourite players and teams! Bob Nystrom's overtime goal in 1980 gave the New York Islanders their first of four straight Stanley Cup championships. After they won, Clark Gillies let his dog eat dog food out of the Stanley Cup bowl. When asked to explain, Gillies simply said, "Hey, he's a nice dog." Hockey Trivia for Kids is a must-have for any hockey fan - young or old! It includes tons of fun hockey facts, sure to entertain fans for hours. Learn about the top-scorers, stories about players, and the history of the game.

Original title: Hockey Trivia for Kids

About the Author

Eric Zweig

ERIC ZWEIG has written about sports and sports history for many major publications, including the Toronto Star and the Globe and Mail. He has also been a writer/producer with CBC Radio Sports and TSN SportsRadio, and written several popular books about hockey for both adults and children. He lives in Owen Sound, Ontario, with his family.
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