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Hockey Records

Author : Anthony K. Hewson
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This title describes the record-breaking athletes and teams of hockey. With compelling images, fun facts, and an Impossible to Break special feature, this book provides an engaging overview of hockey's records and the athletes who set them.

Hockey Records

Author : Allan Morey
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Wayne GretzkyÕs skills on the ice are known by hockey fans all around the world. The NHL player scored 894 goals during his career! While Gretzky may be the most famous hockey player, many others have claimed records in this fast-paced sport. This thrilling book features incredible hockey records that are sure to impress and inspire fans of the sport!

Amazing Hockey Records

Author : Thom Storden
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"Provides information on the most stunning records in the sport of professional hockey"--

Pro Hockey Records

Author : Shane Frederick
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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 Greatest Hockey Records

Author : Matt Doeden
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"Short stories and tables of statistics describe the history and greatest records of the National Hockey League"--Provided by publisher.

Hockey s Greatest Records

Author : Katie Kawa
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Hockey is a sport with a rich history, and readers discover that history as they learn about the game’s most famous records and record-holders. Hockey’s biggest names of the past and present are introduced to readers through informative text, including sidebar biographies. Readers learn about the stories behind hockey’s most impressive records, such as most career points and most shutouts. Stat boxes allow readers to reinforce their math skills by comparing athletes and teams. Eye-catching photographs of the sports best players and teams keep readers engaged with each turn of the page.

The Ultimate Collection of Pro Hockey Records

Author : Shane Frederick
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A collection of hockey records, including most goals in a single season, most penalty minutes, and most championships.

Hockey Great Moments Records and Facts

Author : Teddy Borth
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Many legends have laced up skates and now define the sport. Wayne Gretzky's name is all over the record books making it easy for him to be called "The Great One." Glenn Hall, "Mr. Goalie" holds an impressive iron man streak, all without wearing a goalie mask. There is, of course, the most talked about moment in all of hockey the "Miracle on Ice." Hockey: Great Moments, Records, and Facts show the people and events that make the sport great! Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Abdo Kids is a division of ABDO.

Hockey Records

Author : Mark Weakland
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From huge home runs to super soccer stats, the world of sports is full of amazing records. Lace up your sneakers and race through the best sports records of all time. Loaded with action photos and facts and stats galore, these high-interest titles will be must-reads for every sports fan.

Complete Hockey Records

Author : Dan Diamond
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This must-have reference for hockey fans traces the game from its modern origins in Montreal 125 years ago to the high-tech ice battles of today. Along with a complete listing of stats for the NHL, Olympics, International Ice Hockey Federation, minor pro, international youth play, amateur draft, and college and junior hockey, this comprehensive record book lists awards and all-stars, and tells the exciting stories of the great teams and great players--all with dozens of photos.

NHL Official Guide Record Book

Author : National Hockey League
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This edition features an expanded format making it easier to read and includes new statistics, such as game-winning goals, average time on ice per game played and hits. It also includes an index of every retired player since 1917, photos and records of every current player, a section on hot prospects, and a detailed breakdown of the NHL draft. 100 photos, illustrations throughout.

NHL Official Guide Record Book

Author : Dan Diamond
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This edition, revised and updated for the 2003-2004 season, features an easy-to-understand expanded format, new statistics, an index of every retired player since 1917, a detailed breakdown of all the hot prospects, and information on every current player. Photos throughout.

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Author : Library of Congress. Cataloging Policy and Support Office
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Hockey in Syracuse

Author : Jim Mancuso
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Hockey in Syracuse retraces the history of the eight professional teams that have taken the ice in Syracuse in six different leagues since 1930. Each team has its own colorful story, beginning with the Syracuse Stars of the International Hockey League. The “Twinklers” have the distinction of capturing the first Calder Cup ever awarded. Other teams included the Warriors (1951–1954), the Braves (1962–1963), the Blazers (1967–1977), the Eagles (1974–1975), the Firebirds (1979–1980), and the Hornets (1980–1981). The present-day Crunch brought hockey back in 1994 and have provided Syracuse fans with thrills on the ice ever since. Salt City teams have won four playoff championships and have set several all-time professional hockey records that still stand today. Hockey Hall of Famers from these teams include Keith “Bingo” Allen, Gord Drillon, Phil Esposito, Syd Howe, and Dave “Sweeney” Schriner. Syracuse truly has a rich hockey heritage.

NHL Official Guide and Record Book 2008

Author : Dan Diamond
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Let s Talk Hockey

Author : Phil Schlenker
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What hockey team is the best ever on ice? What hockey records will stand forever? Which hockey teams buckled under pressure? Which franchises are cursed? Who should be in the Hall of Fame, and who shouldn't be? Is Roy the best goalie to play the game? Should fighting be banned? In Let's Talk Hockey, hockey enthusiast Phil Schlenker debates these issues and more in the world of hockey. Based on years of personal experiences and research, Let's Talk Hockey,/i> dissects fifty of the most popular debates in the game including The greatest coach of all time Top sentimental moments The best trades Why fans boo the national anthem Ten games you need to see before you die Hockey's worst injuries The greatest goalies Appealing to the average hockey fan, Let's Talk Hockey provides a humorous, comprehensive, and easy-to-read discussion of sweet goals, scintillating saves, and exciting end-to-end rushes. It provides vivid descriptions of the people and places that play a role in this fastest sport that doesn't have an engine.

The National Hockey League Official Guide Record Book

Author : Triumph Books
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This edition, revised and updated for the 2007-2008 season, features an easy-to-understand expanded format, new statistics, an index of every retired player since 1917, a detailed breakdown of all the hot prospects, and information on every current player. Photos throughout.

The National Hockey League Official Guide Record Book 2004

Author : Ligue nationale de hockey
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The Unofficial Guide to Even More of Hockey s Most Unusual Records

Author : Don Weekes
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Skate into the wild, wild world of bizarre hockey records. Every fan knows that the red and blue lines define the zones of the world’s fastest game. But in their third Unofficial guide to the NHL’s most unusual records, trivia mavens Don Weekes and Kerry Banks paint another line across the rink, one that delineates that rarefied realm of play: the twilight zone of hockey stats. A world apart from your standard off-the-shelf record book, Weekes and Banks’ "More Unusual Hockey Records" reveals never-before-published stats in a unique and concise storytelling format that takes the hockey-record genre to another level of fascination. From Abel to Zamboni, this trivia hound’s insider guide covers more than 500 hockey milestones, and not only from the well-known champions of goal-scoring and goal-saving but from those unsung heroes and zeroes who skated away from the game without fanfare . . until now. It’s all here in the authors’ latest compelling compilation of oddball stories, one-of-a-kind feats and wildly informative stats. "More Unusual Hockey Records" is a trivia must-have that hockey fans will devour cover to cover.

Hockey s Top 100

Author : Don Weekes
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Hockey's Top 100 showcases the sport's greatest highlights. Authors Don Weekes and Kerry Banks compiled this honor roll by ranking hundreds of hockey achievements by historical importance, degree of dominance, uniqueness, and longevity. The winners represent the crown jewels in nearly a century of competition, from goalie Glenn Half's ironman feat of playing a mind-boggling 552 consecutive games to Henri Richard's glittering cache of 11 Stanley Cup rings. Dozens of photographs capture the visceral pleasure of these moments.