Overview:Firewagon Hockey: The Game in the Eighties - An illustrated celebration of hockey's most exciting decade.For hockey fans, the game was never better than during the 1980's, the decade with the highest scoring in the history of the NHL.The term firewagon hockey refers to the fast and furious type of play during that time. Firewagon Hockey celebrates the stars of that decade with lively text, detailed stats and dramatic photography.Organized by season, the book describes the dramatic highlights: who was in, who was out, and how the game changed. The top five players of each season are featured and profiled.Firewagon Hockey profiles the beginnings of many Hall of Fame careers including: Wayne GretzkyMario LemieuxSteve YzermanMark MessierGrant FuhrPaul CoffeyBrett Hull. A special section covers the prime of Wayne Gretzky who tore through the record book with unmatched stats. Another section records the exploits of hockey's last dynasties, the New York Islanders and the Edmonton Oilers.This book is abundantly illustrated with photography from the Dennis Miles Collection, Sports Illustrated and the Bruce Bennett Studios.Firewagon Hockey is a nostalgia book for hockey fans wanting to relive the NHL's most glorious decade.
This book is on page /3574b176dc725218de3835184742780c/book/1603725654-9781552979112. It was written by the following authors: Mike Leonetti. Book Firewagon Hockey: The Game in the Eighties, which can be read online, published by the company: Firefly Books Ltd. Other books on similar topics can be found in sections: Sports Books. The book was published on 2005-03-17 00:00:00. It has 224 pages and is published in Paperback format and weight 894 g. File for download Firewagon Hockey: The Game in the Eighties has PDF format and is called firewagon-hockey-the-game-in-the-eighties.pdf. Other books you can download below. Our koopbitcoin.eu site is not responsible for the content of PDF files.
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