Behind The Scenes Of Pro Hockey

Author: Erin Nicks
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ISBN: 1543568602
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There is a lot more to hockey than scoring goals and power plays. Read this book to learn more about what happens off the ice.

Pro Hockey Records

Author: Shane Frederick
Editor: Compass Point Books
ISBN: 1543554679
File Size: 37,22 MB
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This comprehensive look at pro hockey records covers everything from Wayne Gretzky's astonishing 215 points in a single season to Tiger Williams' infamous mark for career penalty minutes. Among the record highs and lows, budding fans will find loads of epic accomplishments and eye-popping numbers. And discovering hockey's record book only multiplies the fun of following the game.

The Ultimate Guide To Pro Hockey Teams

Author: Shane Frederick
Editor: Capstone
ISBN: 1429656433
File Size: 71,66 MB
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"Describes each of the teams in the NHL, including players, coaches, history, and fun facts"--Provided by publisher.

Heroes Of Pro Hockey

Author: Stan Fischler
Editor: New York : Random House
ISBN: 9780394821467
File Size: 44,65 MB
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100 Unforgettable Moments In Pro Hockey

Author: Bob Italia
Editor: Abdo Group
ISBN: 9781562396916
File Size: 32,74 MB
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Describes notable events in the history of pro hockey and the National Hockey League.

Pro Hockey Play By Play 1997 98

Author: Ted Montgomery
Editor: Triumph Books (IL)
ISBN: 9781572432178
File Size: 34,76 MB
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Offers complete player and team statistics, 1996 top draft picks, in-depth analysis of players and teams, and hockey pool draft advice.

The Ultimate Collection Of Pro Hockey Records

Author: Shane Frederick
Editor: Capstone
ISBN: 1429685794
File Size: 10,26 MB
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A collection of hockey records, including most goals in a single season, most penalty minutes, and most championships.

7 Pre Game Habits Of Pro Hockey Players

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Editor: Score100goals
ISBN: 0615312640
File Size: 77,53 MB
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Pro Hockey S All Time Greatest Comebacks

Author: Sean McCollum
Editor: Capstone Press
ISBN: 1543554407
File Size: 19,83 MB
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From an incredible playoff run to a gutsy comeback to win a Stanley Cup title, few things are more exciting in pro hockey than seeing an underdog overcome the odds to win it all. Hockey history is filled with fantastic stories of teams that fought back from the brink to win a championship and players who fight their way back from personal struggles to return to the game they love. Filled with incredible stories and action-packed images, readers will find themselves cheering on their favorite underdog teams and players to victory. The Capstone Interactive edition comes with simultaneous access for every student in your school and includes read aloud audio recorded by professional voice over artists.

A Superfan S Guide To Pro Hockey Teams

Author: Tyler Omoth
Editor: Capstone
ISBN: 1515788555
File Size: 77,80 MB
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Give young fans the crucial facts about all 30 pro hockey teams, including their current stars and legendary players, triumphs and turning points, and memorable stats and trivia. Packed with must-know info and action photos, this guide puts the biscuit in the basket.

Vip Pass To A Pro Hockey Game Day

Author: Clay Latimer
Editor: Capstone
ISBN: 1429662867
File Size: 28,53 MB
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"Describes various activities and people who work behind the scenes during a National Hockey League game"--Provided by publisher.

Hockey Night In Dixie

Author: Jon C. Stott
Editor: Heritage House Publishing Co
ISBN: 1927051053
File Size: 38,55 MB
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During the 1980s, the geography of minor-league professional hockey changed radically, moving from its roots in the Canadian Maritime provinces, New England and the Midwestern states into the American south. In addition to cities like Dallas, Charlotte, Norfolk and Oklahoma City, which had long traditions of minor-league hockey, unlikely places such as Biloxi, Baton Rouge, Little Rock and Augusta hosted teams. Over an 18-year period, minor-league hockey was played in 72 different southern cities, and at one point there were more minor-league teams in Texas than in all of Canada, making Texas the place where many players learned their hockey skills. Hockey Night in Dixie examines this phenomenon with a historical overview of the period, including interviews with people involved in the founding and early years of each of the 13 leagues. There are also in-depth portraits of four teams, one from each of the four lower minor leagues that played during the 2005–06 season. These portraits feature interviews with owners, coaches, players, officials, fans and reporters. Amply illustrated with photographs, Hockey Night in Dixie paints a vivid picture of this extraordinary development in minor-league sports.

Playing Pro Hockey

Author: Jeff Hawkins
Editor: Lerner Publications
ISBN: 1467747297
File Size: 28,62 MB
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To play professional hockey, you need plenty of grit and determination—it's a physically and emotionally punishing job. Millions of people are expecting you to give your all, connect on your checks, outskate your competitors, and do whatever it takes to score goals. To perform at that level, you must be in impeccable shape all year round. You'll spend hundreds of hours practicing skills, working with teammates, and watching video. Plus you'll need to cope with constant media attention and all of the travel that goes with the 82-game season. But for those who reach the pros, the long hours and hard work are totally worth it. This book, which was reviewed by 12-year National Hockey League (NHL) veteran Mark Parrish, offers an authentic look at what life is like as a pro hockey player. You'll learn: • How players climb the ranks to reach the NHL • The types of workouts and dietary plans NHL players use • How NHL players prevent and treat injuries Go behind the scenes and see what it's really like to be an NHL star!

Tough Guys Of Pro Hockey

Author: Frank Orr
Editor: New York : Random House
ISBN: 9780394828213
File Size: 55,37 MB
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Brief biographies concentrating on the careers of such hockey stars as Gordie Howe, the Plager brothers, John Ferguson, and others.

What It Takes To Be A Pro Hockey Player

Author: Kaitlyn Duling
Editor: 12-Story Library
ISBN: 9781632357625
File Size: 20,67 MB
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Life on the ice sounds pretty cool, but it's not all fun and games. This book is a frank and fascinating look at what it takes to play pro hockey, from starting young to building skills, staying in shape, balancing school and sports, and the importance of having an agent. Chapters cover the history of the game, a day in the life of a pro hockey player, the risks of playing such a rough, aggressive sport, and the annual battle for the Stanley Cup. Each chapter features attention-grabbing photos and examples from the lives of well-known players. A Fun Facts section includes more facts, plus anecdotes and lore unique to the game.

A Thinking Man S Guide To Pro Hockey

Author: Gerald Eskenazi
Editor: New York : Warner Paperback Library
ISBN: 9780525217312
File Size: 80,81 MB
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Pro Hockey Upsets

Author: Will Graves
Editor: Lerner Publications
ISBN: 1541589688
File Size: 62,92 MB
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"When the best of the best skate onto the ice, anything could happen. With vivid photos and action-packed text, readers can experience the thrill of professional hockey's biggest upsets" --

Pro Hockey Heroes Of Today

Author: Bill Libby
Editor: Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 9780394827612
File Size: 50,71 MB
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Profiles of twenty-four hockey stars including goalies, scoring leaders, and defensemen.

The Complete Handbook Of Pro Hockey 1974

Author: Zander Hollander
Editor: New York : New American Library
ISBN:
File Size: 63,45 MB
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This Is Pro Hockey

Author: George Sullivan
Editor: Dodd Mead
ISBN: 9780396073185
File Size: 50,61 MB
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Introduces the history, rules, game strategy, equipment, and well-known players and teams of hockey.