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Hockey Chronicles

An Insider History Of National Hockey League Teams

by (author) Eric Duhatschek, Trent Frayne & Lance Hornby

Key Porter Books
Initial publish date
Apr 2002
Reference, General, Hockey
  • Hardback

    Publish Date
    Apr 2002
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An insightful and absorbing look at professional hockey as told by the men who play the game. Authors Eric Duhatschek, Trent Frayne, Lance Hornby, Gord Miller and Al Strachan have covered hockey in all its different eras and reported on the game for television, radio and in a wide array of newspapers and magazines. Together for the first time they unite their unique perspectives to provide a rich and varied accounting of the evolution of big league play from 1917 to 2000. A combination of first-hand stories from some of the hockey's greatest legends and characters, and anecdotal histories by some of the game's most respected journalists, Hockey Chronicles is an exciting twist on the traditional hockey book. From Red Kelley to Joe Sakic, the superstars of each era relate their personal tales of life in hockey's toughest league. Packed with more than 150 colour and black and white images, and brimming with hockey facts and stats, this book is as attractive as it is informative, and is sure to be a huge success with hockey fans all over North America. (2000)

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Lance Hornby is a veteran sports journalist who has covered the Maple Leafs and the NHL for more than 25 years. The author of two books about the Maple Leaf Gardens, Hornby writes the popular Toronto Sun feature, "This Day in Leaf History."

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