Look for similar items by category:. Jaw Dropping Hockey Trivia. Prices and offers may vary in store. Kobo ebook. About The Author. Language: English. Select Parent Grandparent Teacher Kid at heart. Age of the child I gave this to:. What is the time of the fastest goal from the start of a season-opening game?
Irreverent, captivating, and even bizarre, these entertaining stories, historic milestones, and informative stats capture the essence of the game, today and yesterday. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x Rating details. Book ratings by Goodreads. Goodreads is the world's largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. We're featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. Close X. The tenth book on Stanley Cup champions or finalists celebrates the second Stanley Cup for Chicago in four years. This officially-licensed publication has everything a Hawks fan needs to know about the team?
The fourth edition is bigger and more comprehensive than its predecessors and includes updated information through the season of international hockey. Intended for all ages, the questions run the gamut from easy to extremely difficult. Golf is, if nothing else, a sport governed by hundreds of odd circumstances and crazy occurrences on the course.
This book delves into more than 50 of the oddest that pro players have had to interpret, correctly or not.
A coffee-table book with dozens of colour photos, it is the big international hockey publication for Fall The third annual edition is bigger and better than ever and includes all pertinent information on international hockey. From all top-level tournaments Olympics, World Championships, Womens Worlds, World Juniors , to all nations 70 member federations , this book contains information on every player, every record, every score. Not available in any other publication. A non-profit organization in New York, Ice Hockey in Harlem celebrated its 25th anniversary in and commissioned Andrew Podnieks to write its history.
The page book is available only through the organization and traces the tremendous growth and development of IHIH, from its humble beginnings to its current incarnation which is respected across New York for its charitable efforts and success in teaching kids about the game and rules of hockey. The iconoclastic Moe Norman was at once an unusual person off the golf course and perhaps the purest striker of the ball on it.
This small tome provides dozens of stories that are the very essence of a most unique individual. Dozens of photos complement a complete rundown on every playoff game as well as factual and statistical information about the team's season and year history. The official publication of Team Canada , this coffee-table book includes plenty of new stories as well as interviews with every surviving member of the team that lost the first game in Montreal and won the last three in Moscow to win the most important hockey series ever played.
Sid vs. Ovi traces this intense rivalry game by game, year by year, from to and beyond.
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Their biographies are given consideration alongside their in-game performance and career development to present a clear picture of their lives, their careers, their league, and their countries. Hockey fans can well be divided into those who prefer one or the other of this pair of scintillating talents. But one thing is certain — the presence of one inspires the other to greater heights.
The best-selling stats book is back for another season, providing season and historic information in small-book form that extends, as always, to more than pages. A subjective look at 50 unbeatable NHL records, from the beginning of the NHL in , to this past season, from one game, to a season to a career. Louis game in which teams scored just two seconds apart.
Featuring stories from the entire season and more than colour photographs, this official NHL publication is the most complete book of its kind. Redesigned and formatted to a bigger trim size, and with another colour inside for extra pop, the sixth edition of the best-selling stats book is more user-friendly and better than ever. As well as the previous elements which have been so popular, new sections have been added to make for a lively and more interesting presentation. Celebrate Chicago's first Stanley Cup win in 49 years with this instant book which highlights Chicago's championship season, complete with colour photos, game stories, and stats.
Heavily illustrated with an appendix, this is the only comprehensive book on the subject. Why did Wayne Gretzky start every pre-game warm-up by shooting wide to the right of the net a rather funny habit, given that he scored more goals than anyone in the game's history? Why do many hockey players seem to believe performance is tied directly to facial hair?
Why does Geoff Sanderson use a different length stick for every period? And why did Petr Klima break his stick after every goal he scored? This book explores the fascinating and fun world of hockey superstitions: their origins, their quirks, and the mythology around them.
The fifth edition of the best-selling series is here, this time with a Hockey Canada Olympics puck for those who buy the packaged book at Costco. That year, the team was led by Hall-of-Famer Mario Lemieux. Now available in its fourth edition, GEM Hockey features updated material, a special section on the Olympics, and a complete list of all players who appeared in the NHL season. The previous edition was again the top-selling hockey stats book in Canada in The international hockey season was one of celebration for the IIHF as it marked the year anniversary of its founding.
This book celebrates the th anniversary of the IIHF and the great moments that marked this historic season. To celebrate the th anniversary of the Montreal Canadiens comes this book which profiles in words and pictures the 54 members of the Hockey Hall of Fame who were associated with the team. This lavish coffee-table book is available in both English and French. Another in a series of young adult books produced by Andrew Podnieks and Peter Bailey, this celebrates the incredible?
From his childhood to Stanley Cup and Olympic gold glory, this biography captures the essence of Brodeur's achievements. Additionally, all photographs in the book were taken by Martin's father, Denis. For a third season GEM Hockey is available. This mini book was 3 on the end-of-year bestseller list for non-fiction titles in Canada for , and the newest edition has been updated to include all information up to the start of the current season. With more than 75 profiles in all, this lavishly illustrated book prepares any golf fan for the season and includes a special feature on some of the game's top caddies.
The most exhaustive dictionary of words and terms associated with hockey, the Complete Hockey Dictionary is as all-encompassing for the sport as the Oxford English Dictionary is for the English language. Words from the s right up to the present are included, from "face the puck" to "bag practice," from "fence" to "benedict" and everything inbetween.
From the first day of training camp in September to the last day of the Stanley Cup finals in June , this book chronicles the best season in Ottawa Senators history. The team's pre-season roster is included as are game recaps and photos from all 82 regular season games.
Each game of the playoffs is given deluxe treatment, from the first to the last. The rise to greatness of Steve Nash is as unlikely a story as ever told in the National Basketball Association. From his humble beginnings to becoming the best player in the game, Steve Nash: Most Valuable Player tells the story of a true basketball legend. This book traces the life and times of Mike Weir, from his childhood in small-town Ontario to his rise to the top of the golfing world.
Although he is famous today, Weir played in obscurity for many years.
An updated version of the highly-successful original, GEM provides almost pages of facts and stats for the NHL and international hockey, both detailed current information and enormous sections of historical data as well. The season marks the th anniversary of the birth of international hockey, in Paris, in , when the Ligue Internationale de Hockey sur Glace was formed. This deluxe coffee-table book features the 12 principle eras of the game and is accompanied by histories of all 65 member nations as well as a statistical appendix for all World Championships, Olympics, and Canada Cup-World Cup tournaments.
The photographs of Paul Bereswill are housed at the Hockey Hall of Fame, and this book offers the best of his images with text to enrich the visual material culled by Bereswill from the glory days of the New York Islanders in the early s through to the mids. A thorough examination of everything that went right and wrong for Canada at the Olympics, Gold and Heartbreak offers game reviews of every hockey game played at the Torino Olympics, men and women, with an emphasis on Canada's teams. Additionally, there is a review of all previous Olympic teams, This book celebrates the remarkable resurgence of Oilers hockey in From the first day of training camp to the final day of the season, it covers every player, every game, every great moment that has gone into making this such a special year for fans of the Oilers in Edmonton and fans of NHL hockey right across Canada.
It tells the story of how young Jarome first fell in love with the ice game and takes the reader on a magical journey that saw the shy boy become one of the NHL's most dominant players--and an Olympic champion as well. From the perfect beauty of the black puck to the beautiful game of shinny on a frozen lake, hockey has been a part of the culture of Canada since the game was invented. This book offers readers some 65 essays and accompanying photos which collectively capture the relationship the game has had with the people, from kids to senior citizens, from to This deluxe coffee-table book highlights 73 spectacular hockey trophies from the Hockey Hall of Fame's unparalleled collection.
Each trophy is profiled in images and words to bring to life the great awards the Stanley Cup, Conn Smythe Trophy and the lesser-known ones such as the Atlantic City Boardwalk Trophy and Lou Hanley Award to provide an historical context of the game's history.