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The Greatest Game: The Montreal Canadiens, the Red Army, and the Night That Saved Hockey
The Greatest Game: The Montreal Canadiens, the Red Army, and the Night That Saved Hockey
This game wasn't about money, points, or trophies. Instead it was played for pride, both personal and national. It was a confrontation twenty years in the making and it marked a turning point in the history of hockey.On December 31, 1975, the Montreal Canadiens, the most successful franchise in the NHL, hosted the touring Central Red Army, the dominant team in the Soviet Union. For three hours millions of people in both Canada and the Soviet Union were glued to their television sets. What transpired that evening was a game that surpassed all the hype and was subsequently referred to as "the greatest game ever played." Held at the height of the Cold War, this remarkable contest transcended sports and took on serious cultural, sociological, and political overtones. And while the final result was a 3-3 tie, no one who saw the game was left disappointed. This exhibition of skill was hockey at its finest, and it set the bar for what was to follow as the sport began its global expansion.From the Hardcover edition.

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2003-04 Upper Deck Shooting Stars GAME USED JERSEY #STMH Marcel Hossa MONTREAL CANADIENS
2003-04 Upper Deck Shooting Stars GAME USED JERSEY #STMH Marcel Hossa MONTREAL CANADIENS
***(ADD AS MUCH TO 1 (ONE) CART as POSSIBLE TO SAVE ON SHIPPING, NO EXTRA CHARGE, THIS IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE)*** You receive the item shown in the title and the picture, our pictures are of the actual cards we sell! NO STOCK PHOTOS USED EVER!! We ship ALL orders in a nice bubble envelope and use the best supplies to protect your card(s). Flat Rate Shipping WORLDWIDE, buy as much as you want within one order and only pay one flat shipping price! Be sure to check back for shipping promotions as well!! Thank you for looking ;-) (BTW cards are Nrmt/Mint or better unless otherwise noted in the title)

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Montreal, Quebec - Rapids King Ship Shooting the Lachine Rapids (Playing Card Deck - 52 Card Poker Size with Jokers)
Montreal, Quebec - Rapids King Ship Shooting the Lachine Rapids (Playing Card Deck - 52 Card Poker Size with Jokers)
Premium quality poker size playing cards of Montreal, Quebec - Rapids King Ship Shooting the Lachine Rapids (Playing Card Deck - 52 Card Poker Size with Jokers), printed right in America! 52 cards plus jokers included, with a tuck box for storage. Printed on heavy stock paper using a high-end digital printing press guarantees: color accuracy, durable imaging, and the highest print resolution available. This print is 100% Made in America. We use only fine art inks, which are fade-resistant, museum-quality archival quality, with acid-free pigment. Lantern Press is a dynamic art company that specializes in the world's leading imagery. Our collection includes original works created by our in-house art team, photography, home & office decor trends, vintage art, and more. Your support allows us to continue doing what we love - creating beautiful art.

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2003-04 Upper Deck Shooting Stars GAME USED JERSEY #STMH Marcel Hossa MONTREAL CANADIENS
2003-04 Upper Deck Shooting Stars GAME USED JERSEY #STMH Marcel Hossa MONTREAL CANADIENS
***(ADD AS MUCH TO 1 (ONE) CART as POSSIBLE TO SAVE ON SHIPPING, NO EXTRA CHARGE, THIS IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE)*** You receive the item shown in the title and the picture, our pictures are of the actual cards we sell! NO STOCK PHOTOS USED EVER!! We ship ALL orders in a nice bubble envelope and use the best supplies to protect your card(s). Flat Rate Shipping WORLDWIDE, buy as much as you want within one order and only pay one flat shipping price! Be sure to check back for shipping promotions as well!! Thank you for looking ;-) (BTW cards are Nrmt/Mint or better unless otherwise noted in the title)

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Hockey Night Fever: Mullets, Mayhem and the Game's Coming of Age in the 1970s
Hockey Night Fever: Mullets, Mayhem and the Game's Coming of Age in the 1970s
A wildly evocative chronicle of the decade that changed hockey forever.     "Lady Byng died in Boston" read a sign in the Garden arena in 1970, a cheery dismissal of the NHL trophy awarded the game's most gentlemanly player. A new age of hockey was dawning. For 30 years, hockey was an orderly and (relatively) well-behaved sport. There was one Commissioner, six teams and five colours--red, white, black, blue and yellow. Oh, and one nationality. Until 1967, every player, coach, referee and GM in the NHL had been a Canadian. And then came NHL expansion, the founding of the WHA, and garish new uniforms. The Seventies had arrived: the era that gave us not only disco, polyester suits, lava lamps and mullets but also the movie Slap Shot and the arrest of ten NHL players for on-ice mayhem. But it also gave us hockey's greatest encounter (the 1972 Canada-Russia Summit), its most splendid team, the 1976-77 Montreal Canadiens, and the most aesthetically satisfying game--the three-all tie on New Year's Eve, 1975, between the Canadiens and the Soviet Red Army.      Modern hockey was born in the sport's wild, sensational, sometimes ugly Seventies growth spurt. The forces at play in the decade's battle for hockey supremacy--dazzling speed vs. brute force--are now, for better or worse, part of hockey's DNA. This book is a welcome reappraisal of the ten years that changed how the sport was played and experienced. Informed by first-hand interviews with players and game officials, and sprinkled with sidebars on the art and artifacts that defined Seventies hockey, the book brings dramatically alive hockey's most eventful, exciting decade.

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Titans of '72: Team Canada's Summit Series Heroes
Titans of '72: Team Canada's Summit Series Heroes
In September 1972 Team Canada?s heroes triumphed over the Soviet Union in the greatest hockey battle of all time. Phil and Tony Esposito, Paul Henderson, Ken Dryden, Frank and Peter Mahovlich, Ron Ellis, Yvan Cournoyer, Rod Gilbert, Bobby Clarke, Guy Lapointe, Stan Mikita, Brad Park - these are some of the Team Canada heroes who struggled mightily to defeat the Soviet Union?s formidable superstars. For most of September 1972, Canadians were riveted to their television screens in what became one of the most-watched events in Canadian history.At first, in Canada, the Canadians floundered so badly, losing two games and tying one, that it seemed impossible to overcome the embarrassment of total defeat. But in Moscow, after losing another match, Team Canada turned the tables on the Soviets, winning an amazing three games in a row to take the Summit Series.Now, in Titans of ?72, bestselling author Mike Leonetti tells the stories behind each Canadian on that fabled Team Canada, including those like Bobby Orr who didn?t actually play. Accompanying Leonetti?s portraits of these genuine Canadian heroes are superb pictures by Harold Barkley, a photographer who pioneered the use of stop-action colour photography in hockey.

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Game of My Life New York Rangers: Memorable Stories of Rangers Hockey
Game of My Life New York Rangers: Memorable Stories of Rangers Hockey
Famous games and players have been the hallmark of the New York Rangers from their NHL debut in 1926 to the present day. From Frank Boucher and the original Blueshirts to Jaromir Jagr, the Rangers have thrilled their fans with some of the most memorable performances in hockey history. In this newly revised edition of Game of My Life New York Rangers, John Halligan and John Kreiser share the recollections of over twenty of the most famous names in Rangers history as they discuss the most memorable games in their careers. Boucher describes the Rangers' first game; Clint Smith remembers what it was like to win the Stanley Cup in 1940; Mark Messier and the stars of the 1994 team share their memories of the games that ended the fifty-four-year Cup drought; Wayne Gretzky talks about his final NHL game; and Jagr describes his feelings about setting team scoring records. It's the best kind of anecdotal history, in which the people who made history are the ones doing the telling. Game of My Life New York Rangers takes readers inside the mind of each player and behind the doors of the locker room to reveal what really happened, and how it affected the people who were involved in some of the most memorable moments in New York hockey history.

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The Last Hockey Game
The Last Hockey Game
Shortlisted, Toronto Book AwardsOn May 2, 1967, Montreal and Toronto faced each other in a battle for hockey supremacy. This was only the fifth time the teams had ever played each other in the Stanley Cup finals. Toronto led the series 3-2. But this wasn't simply a game. From the moment Foster Hewitt announced "Hello Canada and hockey fans in the United States," the game became a turning point in sports history. That night, the Leafs would win the Cup. The next season, the National Hockey League would expand to twelve teams. Players would form an association to begin collective bargaining. Hockey would become big business. The NHL of the "Original Six" would be a thing of the past. It was The Last Hockey Game. Placing us in the announcers' booth, in the seats of excited fans, and in the skates of the players, Bruce McDougall scores with a spectacular account of every facet of that final fateful match. As we meet players such as Gump Worsley, Tim Horton, Terry Sawchuk, and Eddie Shack, as well as coaches, owners, and fans, The Last Hockey Game becomes more than a story of a game. It also becomes an elegy, a lament for an age when, for all its many problems, the game was played for the love of it.

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Shoot to Thrill: The History of Hockey?s Shootout
Shoot to Thrill: The History of Hockey?s Shootout
In 2005, the National Hockey League adopted the shootout to settle ties in regular season games. The shootout is used if the game remains tied after five minutes of overtime.Ten years later, the shootout is one of the most significant and controversial rule changes in all of sports. Some maintain that the shootout erases a sixty-five-minute emotional rollercoaster between two teams—and that it?s wrong for games to be decided based on a one-on-one battle between a shooter and a goalie. Others argue that shootouts provide edge-of-your seat excitement as two supremely skilled players go head-to-head for all the marbles.Shoot to Thrill blends history, stats, and personal perspectives from players, coaches, officials, and broadcasters. Mark Rosenman and Howie Karpin explore how players and coaches prepare for shootouts, what they think of them, and how shootouts have helped shape hockey history over the past decade—including the shootout in the last game of the 2010 season that sent the Philadelphia Flyers into the playoffs and on to the Stanley Cup Finals.Some rule changes are instituted without anyone?s noticing. Others shake the game to its very foundations. Like the designated-hitter rule in baseball, hockey's shootout has left no fan impartial to it. This is the book for them.Skyhorse Publishing, as well as our Sports Publishing imprint, are proud to publish a broad range of books for readers interested in sports—books about baseball, pro football, college football, pro and college basketball, hockey, or soccer, we have a book about your sport or your team.Whether you are a New York Yankees fan or hail from Red Sox nation; whether you are a die-hard Green Bay Packers or Dallas Cowboys fan; whether you root for the Kentucky Wildcats, Louisville Cardinals, UCLA Bruins, or Kansas Jayhawks; whether you route for the Boston Bruins, Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens, or Los Angeles Kings; we have a book for you. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to publishing books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked by other publishers and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

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Tales from the Montreal Canadiens Locker Room: A Collection of the Greatest Canadiens Stories Ever Told (Tales from the Team)
Tales from the Montreal Canadiens Locker Room: A Collection of the Greatest Canadiens Stories Ever Told (Tales from the Team)
When most sports fans hear the stat 3,000, they immediately turn to baseball. But for those fans whose breath comes out in frosty puffs, and who bleed ice and snow, 3,000 can only mean one thing?the glory of Montreal Canadiens hockey. The ?Original One? of the ?Original Six,? the Montreal Canadiens hockey team is practically synonymous with superlative: The most Stanley Cup championship victories, with 24? The Montreal Canadiens. The highest number of regular-season wins? The Montreal Canadiens. The oldest active franchise in the NHL? The Montreal Canadiens.Now the hundred-plus years of Canadiens triumphs, tragedies, and times like no other are captured in Robert Lefebvre?s Tales from the Montreal Canadiens Locker Room. In this unique compendium, Lefebvre brings to life both the history and the anecdotes of this incredible franchise. Stories of Maurice ?Rocket? Richard?s incredible skills on the ice are paired side by side with locker room yarns and off-the-ice tales of Jean Beliveau, Dickie Moore, Serge Savard, Guy Lapointe, Patrick Roy, and more. With humor, wit, and a lot of adrenaline, Robert Lefebvre has compiled a collection of Montreal Canadiens stories sure to please any hockey fan.

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