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Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : Chrys Goyens
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The story of the Maple Leafs from their beginning in 1926.

The Toronto Maple Leaf Hockey Club

Author : Kevin Shea
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Published in partnership with the Toronto Maple Leafs and officially licensed by the NHL, this is the one and only official Toronto Maple Leafs Centennial publication! The Toronto Maple Leafs are one of the most storied franchises in all of sport and without question -- the most recognized team in all of hockey. Through this journey of a hundred years of Maple Leaf hockey, fans will read of ups and downs, triumphs and tears, laughter and laments. This publication tells the Leafs' complete history and introduces fans to coaches, as well as such legends as: Apps and Armstrong, Kennedy and Keon, Broda and Bower, Salming and Sundin, but also players who wore the Blue and White and left far more modest legacies. It takes fans to Toronto's first game, the construction of Maple Leaf Gardens and subsequent move to the Air Canada Centre. It celebrates Toronto's Stanley Cups and Hall of Fame players and demonstrates that through each exciting season, the Toronto Maple Leafs have forever remained our team and enjoyed the incredibly loyal support of a nation of fans. Published in complete partnership with the Toronto Maple Leafs and scheduled to release as the Leafs enter their 100th season, this official centennial publication includes contributions from many of the biggest names in Leaf history. Author Kevin Shea gained unprecedented access to players -- past and present -- as well as team executives to offer this book the most compelling, informed, and accurate portrayal of Toronto's historic hockey team and their important place in both the world of hockey and the culture of Canada. Combined with incredible archival photographs and a truly incredible design, this is the definitive and must have book for fans of the Blue and White.

Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : Ross Rennie
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Presents, in text and illustrations., the history of the Toronto Maple Leafs hockey team.

Organized Professional Team Sports

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly
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The Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : Eric Zweig
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A complete history of the Toronto Maple Leafs, as told by the players, coaches, and reporters. On December 19, 1917, the Toronto Arenas took to the ice for the first NHL game ever played. Over the next hundred years, the franchise changed names twice, home rinks twice, and won 13 Stanley Cups on its way to becoming one of the most successful and storied franchises in NHL history. The Toronto Maple Leafs: The Complete Oral History gives the most comprehensive record of the team from its formation to the present day. With first-hand accounts of some of the biggest names ever to play the game — Syl Apps, Darryl Sittler, Mats Sundin — as well as coaches, managers, and commentators, Eric Zweig gives readers the full insider history of Canada’s most iconic team.

Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : Jim Barber
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"Since its construction in 1931, the Maple Leaf Gardens had seen its share of powerful, memorable moments and held its share of championship glory. But there was something different about this evening of May 2, 1967." This book will be especially facinating for readers interested in hockey or sports. The Toronto Maple Leafs is one of Canada's greatest franchises. From their humble beginnings in the 1920s, to their remarkable Stanley Cup victories of the 1940s and 1960s, to their teambuilding challenges of the 1990s and beyond, the Leafs have a history packed with exhilarating accomplishments and devastating setbacks. This is their story -- the incredible story of a beloved Canadian institution.

Who s who in Hockey

Author : Stan Fischler
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Alphabetically arranged entries offer profiles of more than seven hundred hockey players and coaches, including biographical information, career highlights, and game statistics.

Return to the Drum

Author : Miggs Wynne Morris
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This is a story about survival -- the survival of a people and their way of life. Focusing on the history of the Sahtuot'ine of Great Bear Lake and the struggles that follow their first encounters with Euro-Canadians in the 1800s, Miggs Morris weaves together their story with her own. As a young teacher in 1965, she accepts a position to live and teach in a tiny, isolated community in what was known at the time as Fort Franklin in the Northwest Territories. The reader will learn, as the author did, to care about these hardworking and proud people. The author's memories of her earlier experiences in this community are balanced with an account of her return trip to what is now called Deline.

The Blue and White Book 1997

Author : Andrew Podnieks
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An encyclopedia, almanac, and guide all in one, this comprehensive fact book reveals the complete story of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Beginning with the Leafs' predecessors—the Arenas and St. Pats—the guide is highlighted by dozens of rare photographs from a myriad of little-known and hard-to-find sources so fans can see the Leafs and their history in a fresh light. User-friendly and a terrific reference, the resource is a facts and stats book that will appeal to the hockey fan, the historian, and the Leaf nut.

Napoleon Lajoie

Author : David L. Fleitz
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Napoleon Lajoie was the sixth player, and the first second baseman, to be elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. During his career, which lasted from 1896 to 1916, he was regularly called the “King of Ballplayers” and was widely regarded as the greatest baseball player of all time before Ty Cobb and Babe Ruth came along. Colorful, competitive, and often unpredictable, Lajoie was so popular that the Cleveland team was called the Naps in his honor while he played for them. He was a multiple batting champion, the American League’s first Triple Crown winner, and the third member of the 3,000 hits club. This book is the first ever full-length biography of this long ago superstar.

Heroes of Hockeytown

Author : Paul Harris
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Heart and Spirit

Author : Doug Magwood
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This is a great gift for any hockey fan. Follow the Leafs as they strive for the Stanley Cup. ALL author proceeds from sales will be donated directly to the Renal Department at the Credit Valley Hospital in Mississauga, Ontario

Canadian Periodical Index

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Debates of the Senate Official Report Hansard

Author : Canada. Parliament. Senate
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Canadian Books in Print

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Debates

Author : Canada. Parliament. House of Commons
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Collier s

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The Hollywood Reporter

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Brian McFarlane s Hockey Quiz

Author : Brian McFarlane
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Kings of the Rink

Author : Stan Fischler
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Discusses the hockey careers of Syl Apps II, Bobby Clarke, Marcel Dionne, Ken Dryden, Guy Lafleur, Brad Park, Denis Potvin, and Darryl Sittler.