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100 Years, 100 Moments: A Centennial of NHL Hockey
Contributor(s): Morrison, Scott
ISBN: 0771051212     ISBN-13: 9780771051210
Publisher: McClelland & Stewart Ltd
    OUR PRICE: $36.00  
Product Type: Hardcover
Published: November 2017
Annotation: For the NHL's 100th season, a fan-friendly, argument starter of a book, compiling the 100 most impactful moments in league history.

From ostentatious scoring totals to unstoppable teams destined for championships, the NHL boasts a history of greatness. But as die-hard fans well know, greatness isn't the whole story. In this image-rich, licenced celebration of the NHL's past and present, veteran hockey journalist Scott Morrison mines a century of NHL hockey to find the game's 100 most important moments. From Bobby Orr's 1969-70 trophy haul, to Detroit coach Scotty Bowman's unprecedented icing of five Russians at once on the Red Wings' way to their first of several Stanley Cups, the Stastny brothers' defection, and Roger Neilson reviewing a game on VHS, these moments weren't always the photogenic peaks of athletic glory that graced the morning news, but each of them changed the game.
Additional Information
BISAC Categories:
- Sports & Recreation | Hockey
- Sports & Recreation | History
- Sports & Recreation | Reference
Dewey: 796
Academic/Grade Level: General Adult
Book type: Non-Fiction
Physical Information: 11.00" H x 9.00" W x 1.25" (3.15 lbs) 328 pages
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Contributor Bio(s): SCOTT MORRISON has provided cogent and colourful hockey analysis since his start in 1979, reporting on the Maple Leafs and the NHL for the Toronto Sun. Reporting and providing analysis for Sportsnet and CBC Television and Radio, and making regular appearances across the sports-radio dial, he brings a trusted and measured voice to the hockey media landscape, twice serving as president of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association. He has written numerous hockey books, including Hockey Night in Canada: By the Numbers and Hockey Night in Canada: My Greatest Day. In 2006 he received the Hockey Hall of Fame's Elmer Ferguson Memorial Award. He currently serves as a commentator and feature reporter with the NHL on Sportsnet and Hockey Night in Canada. The author lives in Toronto, ON.