Hockey For The Coach The Player And The Fan

Author: Fred Shero
Editor: New York : Simon and Schuster
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Illustrates technical aspects of strategy and technique applicable to both field and ice hockey, instructs players on effective responses to a variety of playing situations, and presents effective drills, exercises, and conditioning programs

God Save The Players

Author: Neil Offen
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The Biggest Book Of Hockey Trivia

Author: Don Weekes
Editor: Greystone Books Ltd
ISBN: 1553654560
File Size: 80,99 MB
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It's not only the biggest book on NHL trivia-it's also the best! Following the successful The Big Book of Hockey Trivia, here's The Biggest Book of Hockey Trivia. Don Weekes has cherry-picked more than eight hundred of the most compelling trivia questions and records. Irreverent, captivating, and even bizarre, these entertaining stories, historic milestones, and informative stats capture the essence of the game today.

Toward A General Theory Of Expertise

Author: K. Anders Ericsson
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521406123
File Size: 28,43 MB
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In this book, scientists review current knowledge about expertise. They provide a summary of general methods and reveal the existence of many general characteristics of expertise

The Hockey Coaching Bible

Author: Bertagna, Joe
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 0736062017
File Size: 78,83 MB
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The Hockey Coaching Bible presents drills for developing players at each position and strategies for in-game situations, including offensive, defensive, and neutral zone play and power plays and penalty kills. Other topics include building a program from the ground up and furthering your professional development as a coach.

Hockey Superstars

Author: James Duplacey
Editor: William Morrow & Company
ISBN: 9780688150242
File Size: 55,10 MB
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Presents a brief look at some of the hockey superstars who have scored 1000 goals in their careers, including Gordie Howe, Mark Messier, Denis Potvin, Darryl Sittler, and Wayne Gretzky.

Sports Medicine Secrets

Author: Morris B. Mellion
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This edition is updated, expanded and illustrated, divided into 11 section headings that cover the legal, psychosocial and practical aspects of sports activities in general and the injuries and benefits resulting from specific sports.

Saturday Night

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Tarasov

Author: Anatoly Tarasov
Editor: Griffin Publishing
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Tarasov has left us a unique perspective on the history and development of hockey in his homeland. In this, his last book before his death in 1995, he provides a fascinating and informal assessment of the Russian and Canadian styles of hockey through the eyes of a world-famous coach.

The Hockey Handbook

Author: Lloyd Percival
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ISBN: 9781895246094
File Size: 23,90 MB
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Originally published in 1951, and rejected at the time by one NHL coach as "the product of a three-year-old mind," Lloyd Percival's The Hockey Handbook went on to become an internationally recognized classic. Russian and European coaches seized on the book as the first authoritative, analytical treatment of hockey fundamentals and based their training regimes on the principles Percival described. The father of Russian hockey, Anatoli Tarasov, wrote to Percival: "Your wonderful book which introduced us to the mysteries of Canadian hockey, I have read like a schoolboy." Now, nearly half a century later, The Hockey Handbook remains in a class by itself. It is the first book required by players or coaches at all levels of proficiency who are setting out to develop their own or their team's hockey skills. Wayne Major, Larry Sadler, and Robert Thom are all experienced amateur hockey coaches who came to appreciate the practical value of Percival's pioneering work. In revising the text, they drew upon the expertise of a variety of specialists, including, for example, Dr. Tom Sawa, who updated the chapter on training and conditioning, to give The Hockey Handbook a new relevance to modern hockey coaches. Now redesigned and issued in an easy-to-use format, the book will serve as an inspiration and guide to future generations of players and coaches.

History Of Hockeytown

Author: Bob Duff
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The Complete Encyclopedia Of Ice Hockey

Author: Zander Hollander
Editor: Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall
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The East

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The Hockey News Yearbook

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School Activities And The Library

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Sport In The Ussr

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Canadian Book Review Annual

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Canadian Periodical Index

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The Washingtonian

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Kids Book Of Hockey

Author: John Sias
Editor: Citadel Press
ISBN: 9780806519210
File Size: 75,36 MB
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Uses a question and answer format to explain the basics as well as finer points of this fastest of all team sports.