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Children's Nonfiction Hockey

Hockey Superstars: 2019 - 2020

by (author) Paul Romanuk

Scholastic Canada Ltd
Initial publish date
Sep 2019
Hockey, Sports & Recreation
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Sep 2019
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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels

  • Age: 5 to 18
  • Grade: 3 to 8


Discover today's greatest hockey stars!

For over thirty years kids (and their parents) have looked forward to Paul Romanuk's annual Hockey Superstars books!

As always, this year seventeen of the NHL's superstars are profiled, with glossy, full-page, full-colour photos, with bios, previous-season stats, and pull-out interview quotes. Hockey Superstars also includes info on all the teams, fill-in pages so kids can choose and track their favourite players and predict the season, referee signals, NHL award winners and stats, and a countdown to the Cup fill-in poster!

It's a must-have for any hockey fan heading into the next exciting season!

The 2019-2020 edition features:

  • Brent Burns, San Jose
  • Sidney Crosby , Pittsburgh
  • Max Domi, Montreal
  • Marc-Andre Fleury, Vegas
  • Johnny Gaudreau, Calgary
  • Mark Giordano, Calgary
  • Martin Jones, San Jose
  • Nikita Kucherov, Tampa Bay
  • Mitch Marner, Toronto
  • Connor McDavid, Edmonton
  • Alex Ovechkin, Washington
  • David Pastrnak, Boston
  • Elias Petterson, Vancouver
  • Brayden Point, Tampa Bay
  • Morgan Rielly, Toronto
  • Pekka Rinne, Nashville
  • Mark Scheifele, Winnipeg

About the author


PAUL ROMANUK est auteur, journaliste et commentateur sportif. Il est principalement connu comme le commentateur des parties de hockey présentées sur Sportsnet. Il a aussi écrit des articles pour des journaux et des magazines. Ses livres Le hockey : ses supervedettes sont très appréciés des jeunes adeptes de hockey.



PAUL ROMANUK has worked his way from calling games in front of his television with the sound turned down as a child to being a veteran national sportscaster. He was the lead hockey play-by-play voice at The Sports Network for more than a decade and worked as a reporter and host on SportsCentre. Aside from calling hundreds of hockey games, Paul has covered the Summer Olympics, Winter Olympics, Pan Am Games, Asian Games and Soccer World Cup. His travels for work have taken him from the Far East to Australia to Russia, all over Europe and to over a hundred cities in Canada and the United States. Paul is also an accomplished photographer.


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