When British soldiers began settling in early Canada, their sporting traditions blended with a Mi'kmaq game to create a new sport that evolved into hockey. A History of Hockey in Canada traces hockey's roots from those first steps on the frozen ponds of eastern Canada to the modern game we know and love. A must for the hockey fan. 253 pp.
Emotions tend to flare on this subject, and whatever your opinions are, in Fighting in Hockey, veteran sports writer J. Alexander Poulton attempts to provide a balanced perspective on the role that fighting plays in the North American game of hockey, examining its history and its place in modern popular culture, as well as including a look at some of...
Despite the many great clubs which have battled their way to the final, history only remembers the victors. Read about some of the most exciting and sometimes heartbreaking Stanley Cup moments ever to take place since the cup was first awarded in 1893, including a look at such dynasty clubs as Montreal, Toronto, Edmonton and the Islanders. 168 pp.
Top-ranked NHL teams tend to be those with top-ranked goalies and a look back at the Stanley Cup champions of hockey history quickly proves the conventional wisdom. "Great Goalies of the NHL" profiles some of the most outstanding netminders the game has ever seen. 168 pp.
When it comes to our beloved "good ol' hockey game", humour abounds in Canada. The Hockey Joke Book shows you just how funny the sport, its teams and its toothless players can be.230 pp.
When it comes to our beloved "good ol' hockey game", humour abounds in Canada. The Hockey Jokes for Kids book shows you just how funny the sport, its teams and its toothless players can be. 230 pp.
Hockey Quotes features some of the greatest, funniest and most memorable phrases in hockey history. 166 pp.
Hockey - English translation dictionary. A comprehensive guide to the official language. 144 pp.
This upstart hockey champion from Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia, has led a seemingly charmed life, garnering awards and first since he learned to skate at the age of three. Some of his accolaides include: being the youngest player named Captain in NHL history, the youngest player to score 100 points in a season, the youngest player to win the Art Ross...
The Hockey Quiz Book features the best humourous, challenging and weird questions and answers, including: Which goaltender holds the record for lowest goals-against-average, Who was the only player ever to be named all three stars at the end of the game, Who is the only retired NHL scoring champ not inducted into the Hall of Fame, and many more. 253 pp.
Here’s the history of one of the original six teams of the NHL; a squad born in 1917 but truly created by Conn Smythe in the late 1920s; a team that hasn’t won a Stanley Cup in 40 years but with fans so fanatical they call themselves the Leafs Nation. 160 pp.