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Miracle In Lake Placid

Author : John Gilbert
ISBN : 9781683583073
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A Celebration of America's Greatest Olympic Victory—the 1980 US–USSR Hockey Game! Forty years after the "Miracle on Ice" captivated the world, this book deeply examines the impact that singular event had on the people who played and coached in it and how that game changed the trajectory of American hockey. Seasoned journalist John Gilbert was there every step of the way, and thanks to his detailed recordkeeping, allows readers to reexamine the game against the Soviets, what made it the upset it was, why it still resonates today, and what it did to the lives of the players. From Mike Eruzione to Jim Craig, Mark Johnson, Buzz Schneider, Jack O’Callahan, Herb Brooks, and many others, Gilbert covers all the key players and leaders and in doing so offers a deeper understanding of the emotions and the strategy, the hows and whys of the actual game, and the impact that moment had on their lives both in the immediate aftermath and today. Gilbert doesn’t miss a beat in uncovering some never-before-told angles and helping expose the ripple effect the event helped create —and how the movie Miracle helped reinvigorate the story and inspire a new generation of players and fans. To explore the lead-up to one of the greatest moments in American sports and the impact on American morale in the aftermath of the Miracle, Gilbert dives deep into the archives. In doing so he offers a look at this moment unlike it’s ever been done before and helps answer the question as to why it continues to capture our imaginations.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Lake Placid Miracle

Author : Blake Hoena
ISBN : 9781543528671
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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In 1980 the Soviet Union had dominated the world of hockey for nearly 30 years. Nobody thought the USSR's hockey team could be beaten in the Winter Olympics. But US Hockey coach Herb Brooks didn't believe that. He pulled together a ragtag team of amateur hockey players and molded them into a team that could compete with the best teams in the world. Through months of hard work and determination, the US team achieved the impossible and defeated the dreaded Soviets. Readers will get a thrilling up-close look at the story of the 1980 US Olympic Hockey team and their miraculous victory in Lake Placid, New York.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Lake Placid Miracle

Author : B. A. Hoena
ISBN : LCCN:2018007830
Genre : Hockey
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Miracle On Ice

Author : Gerald Eskenazi
ISBN : 0553140345
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Mark Johnson S Tales From The Miracle On Ice

Author : Randy Schultz
ISBN : 1582617759
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Many people consider the United States hockey team's gold medal win in the 1980 Winter Olympics to be the greatest sports event of the 20th century. In Tales from the Miracle on Ice, former Olympic hero Mark Johnson talks about how 20 college players from around the country came together under the leadership of legendary coach Herb Brooks. He gives inside details on everything from those early moments during tryouts to the long exhibition schedule of games that took the team across North America and Europe, along with the bitter loss to the powerful Soviet Union team just a week before the start of the Olympics. The main focus of Tales from the Miracle on Ice, however, are the events that occurred over 10 days in Lake Placid, New York, including the opening game of the Olympics for Team USA. It is the story of a hockey team that went from huge underdog to the best hockey team in the world with an astounding upset victory over the Soviets, which included a key goal by Johnson himself. Tales from the Miracle on Ice provides insight about other members of the American team, including Mike Eruzione, Jim Craig, Mike Ramsey, Ken Morrow, Bill Baker, and Dave Christian, among others. These are tales about a team that nobody gave a chance to do anything. No one thought the United States could beat the Soviets and then go on to win the gold medal, but the team believed it could happen. Johnson takes readers back to that time in 1980 when Americans, who had hit an all-time low, were once again proud to be Americans after their victory. He also tells what the gold medal team members did after the Olympics, including their visit to the White House and the other celebrations that followed. It is hardto believe that a quarter of a century has gone by since that Sunday back in late February of 1980 when the American public fell in love with a bunch of kids playing hockey.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Herb Brooks

Author : John Gilbert
ISBN : 0760339953
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The U. S. hockey team’s victory at the 1980 Olympics was a “Miracle on Ice”--a miracle largely brought about by Herb Brooks, the legendary coach who forged that invincible team. Famously antagonistic toward the press at Lake Placid, Brooks nonetheless turned to sportswriter John Gilbert after each game, giving his longtime friend and confidant what became the most comprehensive coverage of the ’80 team. This book is Gilbert’s memoir of Brooks. Neither strictly biography or tell-all exposé, Herb Brooks: The Inside Story of a Hockey Mastermind is the story of an extraordinary man as it emerged in the course of a remarkable friendship.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Lake Placid

Author : Marc Nathanson
ISBN : OCLC:1175581649
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In the annals of the Winter Olympics, their names are legendary; their feats without equal. Stroll through the tiny village of Lake Placid and you'll pass the speed skating oval where Eric Heiden won a record five gold medals in 1980, and the Olympic Center, site of the Miracle on Ice. Just down the road sits the skeleton track where Lake Placid's Jim Shea trained to win gold in 2002, seventy years after his grandfather Jack won two golds in speed skating. But making history is nothing new to Lake Placid's 2800 year-round residents. Over the course of a century, their can-do spirit and small-town optimism have made the village the home of the nation's first winter resort; the iste of the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics; and the home of the U.S. Olympic training center, where today's athletes tain for the miracles of tomorrow. Featuring never-before-seen footage and rare audio recordings, this documentary is the story of America's Winter sports captial - where the spirit of the Olympics lives on, every day.
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Miracle On Ice

Author : Brian Trusdell
ISBN : 9781629694160
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Maybe no team was more intimidating than the Soviet Union national team at the 1980 Winter Olympics. And maybe no team was less likely to beat them than the oddball collection of college and amateur players that made up the United States national team. What the world witnessed on the ice that day was nothing short of a miracle. Complete with historic photos, timeline, glossary, news articles, and more. SportsZone is an imprint of Abdo Publishing Company.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Miracle On Ice

Author : Alan Pierce
ISBN : 9781617861246
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Discusses defining moments in American history.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Making Of A Miracle

Author : Mike Eruzione
ISBN : 9780062960979
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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On the fortieth anniversary of the historic "Miracle on Ice," Mike Eruzione—the captain of the 1980 U.S Men’s Olympic Hockey Team, who scored the winning goal—recounts his amazing career on ice, the legendary upset against the Soviets, and winning the gold medal. It is the greatest American underdog sports story ever told: how a team of college kids and unsigned amateurs, under the tutelage of legendary coach—and legendary taskmaster—Herb Brooks, beat the elite Soviet hockey team on their way to winning the gold medal at the 1980 Lake Placid Olympics. No one believed the scrappy Americans had a real shot at winning. Despite being undefeated, the U.S.—the youngest team in the competition—were facing off against the four-time defending gold medalist Russians. But the Americans’ irrepressible optimism, skill, and fearless attitude helped them outplay the seasoned Soviet team and deliver their iconic win. As captain, Mike Eruzione led his team on the ice on that Friday, February 22, 1980. But beating the U.S.S.R was only one of the numerous challenges Mike has faced in his life. In this inspiring memoir, he recounts the obstacles he has overcome, from his blue-collar upbringing in Winthrop, Massachusetts, to his battle to make the Boston University squad; his challenges in the minor leagues and international tournaments to his selection to the U.S. team and their run for gold. He also talks about the aftermath of that stupendous win that inspired and united the nation at a time of crisis in its history. Eruzione has lived a hockey life full of unexpected twists and surprising turns. Al Michaels’ famous call in 1980—"do you believe in miracles? YES!"—could have been about Mike himself. Filled with vivid portraits—from his hard-working, irrepressible father to the irascible Herb Brooks to the Russian hall of famers Tretiak, Kharlamov, Makarov, and Fetisov—this lively, fascinating look back is destined to become a sports classic and is a must for hockey fans, especially those who witnessed that miraculous day.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Gold Medal Strategies

Author : Jim Craig
ISBN : 9780470928066
Genre : Business & Economics
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Business lessons from one of the greatest Olympic teams of all time It's been called the greatest upset of all time, the most memorable Olympic moment ever, the "Miracle on Ice." No matter which superlative is used, no one can deny that the U.S. men's hockey team's defeat of the Soviet Union in the medal round of the Lake Placid Olympic Games was a defining moment for Cold War America. The U.S. team's goalie was a Boston University student named Jim Craig, who is now a leadership expert and keynote speaker to business audiences. Gold Medal Strategies gives you Craig's unique lessons from the "Miracle" team on team dynamics, leadership, motivation, and other important management topics. With his unparalleled perspective, Craig dissects and analyzes the elements of a successful team, how to assemble one, and what philosophies will keep the team's shared goal a reality. This book outlines the necessary skills and details the specific techniques you need to maximize your business readiness, hone competitive cooperation, gather your strategies, and attack your challengers.
Category: Business & Economics

Miracle On Ice

Author : Michael Burgan
ISBN : 9780756552909
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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"1980 Winter Olympics hockey game for the gold between the United States and Soviet Union"--
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Backroads Of New York

Author : Kim Knox Beckius
ISBN : 1616731982
Genre : Travel
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New York State's remarkable variety unfolds in its myriad splendors in the routes charted in Backroads of New York. Whether you flirt with the outskirts of Manhattan or follow the call of the road all the way to the Niagara Frontier, each off-ramp leads to scenic splendor or historical intrigue—from sandy ocean shores to forested mountain peaks, from shimmering vineyard-ringed lakes to thundering waterfalls, and from quaint villages to rolling farmland. Follow these routes, and you'll find that New York has a serene side that is equally stimulating to the senses as the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple. Just be sure to pack a sandwich, as the one thing you won't find is a slice of pizza at midnight.
Category: Travel

Haunted Hockey In Lake Placid

Author : Christie Casciano
ISBN : 1595310401
Genre : Lake Placid (N.Y.)
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The game, the goal and the ghost combine to make for an action packed adventure for the puck hog and his teammates in the land where miracles are made. Just when it looks like victory is in reach, it all falls apart for the team right before the big matchup with a mighty Canadian youth hockey team. Now they need a miracle! It's up to Sophia to unlock the mystery and discover the key to victory. Can she discover the secret in time? Can the keeper of dreams keep the legacy alive? Lace up and get ready to hit the ice for chills, spills and experience the thrills of the legendary Lake Placid.
Category: Lake Placid (N.Y.)

Going For The Gold

Author : Tim Wendel
ISBN : 9780486474618
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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This is the true inside story of the "Miracle on Ice," in which a ragtag team of collegiate and amateur athletes united in the shadow of the Cold War to defeat the seemingly invincible Soviet ice hockey team at the 1980 Winter Olympics. Sixty-two action photographs complement this triumphant tale.
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A Miracle In The Hand Of God

Author : Therese Sapone
ISBN : 9781434930101
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A Miracle in the Hand of God by Therese Sapone A Miracle in the Hand of God is the uplifting autobiography of Therese Sapone, whose life is a testament to the saying, "With God all things are possible." Although not being formally introduced to Christ until later in life, she always seemed to be in service to others. Sapone embodied this spirit through her travels in various cultures, finally settling in the United States. It is her hope that by sharing her life stories, others will be drawn to Christ. She refers to herself as an "off-the-top-of-my-head-writer," but she is a natural storyteller, which is reflected in her writing. About the Author Born in Holland and raised in Germany during Hitler's reign, she and her family endured the bombings and survived to be liberated by the English and Americans. She later met and married an American serviceman, against her family's wishes, and went on to live in various countries and parts of the United States, currently residing in Florida. She came to the US speaking very little English and held many diverse jobs. Sapone later incorporated her love of service and singing to become the owner of an exercise salon, where she created exercise routines to music to help women to get healthier. To quote the author, "I am a sojourner just passing through helping people to feel better about themselves and leaving a place better than I found it." To this end, she volunteered to aid with the revitalization of quaint areas in which she has lived. In her most recent mission, she started a music ministry, singing for shut-ins and the sick.Always giving to others through various charities, she feels blessed by God to have survived some difficult times in her life and been given the strength to continue on and live a rewarding life.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Star Spangled Hockey

Author : Kevin Allen
ISBN : 9781633190870
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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In Star-Spangled Hockey, legendary hockey writer Kevin Allen takes readers on a journey from the earliest days of USA Hockey to celebrate the organization's 75th anniversary. From the beginning, when the organization was started literally out of a shoebox in Tom Lockhart's New York City apartment, to the excitement generated by the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, this book covers the fascinating history of amateur hockey in America.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The New York Rangers

Author : John Halligan
ISBN : 0738512281
Genre : History
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For more than three quarters of a century, the New York Rangers have been delighting hockey fans-New Yorkers and suburbanites alike-with a classy brand of entertainment that has no equal. The team's history includes four Stanley Cups, scores of individual stars, and countless magic moments. All of the excitement and drama of these triumphs is captured in The New York Rangers. This book salutes not only the Rangers' tradition of excellence but also the masterful talents of the photojournalists who have chronicled the team since its birth in 1926.
Category: History

Great Moments In Olympic Ice Hockey

Author : Chris Peters
ISBN : 9781629686516
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Perhaps no sporting event has told more amazing stories than the Olympic Games. Great Moments in Olympic Ice Hockey tells the stories of surprise and dominance, of inspiration and determination, of persistence and overcoming adversity. Title includes colorful descriptions of memorable moments old and new, a list of great Olympians in ice hockey, Great Moment sidebars, and frequent subheads. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. SportsZone is an imprint of Abdo Publishing Company.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction