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The Official Nhl Toronto Maple Leafs Quiz Book

Author : Dan Diamond
ISBN : 0771001665
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 65.37 MB
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The Official NHL Toronto Maple Leafs Quiz Book is crammed with intriguing questions, information-packed answers, fascinating picture puzzles, and clever quizzes.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : Marty Grant
ISBN : 9798653334313
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Think you know about the What_s the Toronto Maple Leafs? Put your knowledge to the test your knowledge of Toronto Maple Leafs.Many questions in all covering running backs and receivers, coaches and quarterbacks, pass rushers and punters and much else besides.Where was Terry Sawchuk traded?In 1973, the Leafs acquired goalie Doug Favell and a first round draft pick in a trade with the Philadelphia Flyers. Who did Leafs give up for these assets?The first Toronto N.H.L. team to win the Stanley Cup had which nickname?What was Norman Armstrong's nickname?Find out the answers to these and many more questions in the Toronto Maple Leafs Trivia Quiz Book.
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The Toronto Maple Leafs Ultimate Book Of Facts Stats And Stories

Author : Andrew Podnieks
ISBN : 9780771072246
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The perfect gift for the diehard Leafs fan (is there any other?), this big and beautiful -- and official -- publication is bursting with fascinating Maple Leafs trivia and photos. The Toronto Maple Leafs Ultimate Book of Facts, Stats, and Stories is the definitive guide to everything you want to know about the Toronto Maple Leafs as they approach their centennial season. From the first puck drop in 1917 right up to the present day, it brings together the monumental games, the Stanley Cup wins, the blockbuster trades, and the many milestones in the club's celebrated history. This fully illustrated compendium includes a wealth of exhaustive information and unique stats--including a complete register of every player to have worn the famous sweater--as well as entertaining stories, fascinating trivia, and amazing photographs.
Category: Sports & Recreation

1 2 3 Cheers For The Toronto Maple Leafs

Author : Matt Napier
ISBN : 9781770498037
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A companion book to M Is for Maple Leafs, this illustrated counting book will delight both young and old. Officially licenced by The Toronto Maple Leafs and NHL and published in celebration of TML 100th anniversary in 2017. In One Leafs Nation, One Hundred Years, Matt Napier and Melanie Rose take us on a tour of Maple Leafs history though vivid illustration and rhyming verse. For children learning their numbers, it has never been this fun -- whether it's Tim Horton's number SEVEN, Darryl Sittler's TEN points in one game, the Leafs' THIRTEEN Stanley Cups, Rick Vaive's FIFTY-goal year, or celebrating the Leafs' ONE HUNDRED years as a team. This book captures the spirit of "Canada's game." One Leafs Nation, One Hundred Years is destined to become a classic that will be handed down from generation to generation.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

M Is For Maple Leafs

Author : Michael Ulmer
ISBN : 9781770497993
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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For nearly a century, the Toronto Maple Leafs have stood as one of the most popular hockey franchises in the NHL. With M Is for Maple Leafs, children across North America will discover the alphabet while being introduced to interesting Leaf history. From people (such as Mats Sundin and Johnny Bower) to hockey terminology (line change and face-off) and places and things (dressing room, Air Canada Centre, puck), the world of hockey is depicted in this fun and lively picture book. Featuring rhyming text from author Mike Ulmer and striking illustrations from Melanie Rose, this book captures the spirit of "Canada's game." M Is for Maple Leafs is destined to become a classic that will be handed down from generation to generation.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Three Stars And Other Selections

Author : Jefferson Davis
ISBN : 9781550224276
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Following on the heels of the successful "Hello Hockey Fans from Coast to Coast", the authors present their second book of obscure hockey lists. Photos.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Ultimate Canadian Sports Trivia Book

Author : Edward Zawadzki
ISBN : 9781770701809
Genre : Reference
File Size : 90.18 MB
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Q. Who’s got the answer to the greatest brainteasers in Canadian sports? A. Ed Zawadzki Canada’s sports trivia guru. Back for a second edition of the smash hit The Ultimate Canadian Sports Trivia Book, Ed Zawadzki has come up with more fascinating facts and long-forgotten legends. - Who was the first Canadian professional wrestling champion? - What was the largest suspension in NHL history? - What Canadian was the first pitcher to throw both left-handed and right handed in a major league game? The answers are right here in The Ulitimate Canadian Sports Trivia Book, Volume II.
Category: Reference

The Great Canadian Trivia

Author : Randy Ray
ISBN : 9781770700154
Genre : Reference
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Did a Canadian kill famed escape artist Harry Houdini? Are the streets of Yellowknife really paved with gold? What was Canada’s connection to those famous "Paul McCartney is dead" rumours of the late 1960s? And just how long does it take a drop of water to flow from Lake Superior to the Atlantic Ocean? The Great Canadian Trivia Book II brings you all these answers and more. In the much-anticipated sequel to their bestseller, The Great Canadian Trivia Book, award-winning writers Mark Kearney and Randy Ray dig even deeper into Canada’s curious characters, storied past, natural phenomena, cultural idiosyncrasies, and the peculiarities of our leisurely pursuits. In the pages of this intriguing book, you’ll discover the Canadian who was responsible for introducing the glove to professional baseball, the story behind Canada’s blue two-dollar bill, how the robbery phrase "hands up" was connected to Canada, and whether a goalie can take a face-off in a hockey game. Think it’s unlikely a Canadian might have been president of the United States? That Sir John A. Macdonald was the only one in his family to achieve political fame? Or that a Canadian rock group would turn down a chance to play at the famous Woodstock festival of 1969? The Great Canadian Trivia Book II will have you thinking again. And again.
Category: Reference

The Ultimate Canadian Sports Trivia Book

Author : Edward Zawadzki
ISBN : 9780888822376
Genre : Reference
File Size : 71.67 MB
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Edward Zawadzki, Canadas Ultimate Sports Trivia Guy, brings together this dynamic collection of facts and oddities from the world of sports.
Category: Reference

Quill Quire

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ISBN : NWU:35556026508978
Genre : Book industries and trade
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Maple Leafs Top 100

Author : Mike Leonetti
ISBN : 1551928086
Genre : Hockey players
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Maple Leafs Top 100 is the definitive book for ardent Maple Leafs fans and is sure to stir passionate debate about its list of the 100 top players from 1927 to 2007. Mike Leonetti, author of Maple Leafs Legends, offers a fresh angle on the much-loved Maple Leafs, making this book a must-have for every fan. The team has not won the Stanley Cup in 40 years: win, lose or draw, diehard fans debate the merits of their favourite team rosters. Leonetti details the team's rich history, featuring profiles on 100 of the top players, as chosen by a specially selected panel of experts. Also included are special essays by John Iaboni, 30-year veteran of the Maple Leafs organization and editor of the Leafs' official program, Leafs Game Day. With full-colour photographs, anecdotes, statistics and trivia spanning eight decades, and in-depth profiles of 100 of the greatest players, this book is an essential part of every hockey fan's collection.
Category: Hockey players

The Most Amazing Hockey Quiz Book Ever

Author : Ron Wight
ISBN : 1552634795
Genre : Hockey
File Size : 25.77 MB
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Hockey fans, get ready to face the ultimate test! Ron Wight's latest book is the greatest challenge yet to come from the master of hockey trivia. Whatever you thought you knew about hockey, you can forget it. Wight's fan-stumping quizzes will dispel the hockey myths you've believed since you were a kid. The Most Amazing Hockey Quiz Book Ever is more than just a book of trivia. Learn about the more unique hockey records that may never be broken. Discover the most intriguing moments in hockey history. With this book under your arm, you'll never be stumped by hockey trivia again. Packed with stats, Q&A's, fascinating stories, puzzling pictures and a unique chapter on women's hockey, Ron Wight's latest test will separate the true hockey fanatics from the mere hockey hangers-on. Prepare yourself for The Most Amazing Hockey Quiz Book Ever! Ron Wight is the author of The Greatest Hockey Quiz Book Ever. He is an expert hockey fact-checker, having worked on numerous publications and video presentations on the game. He lives in Guelph, Ontario.
Category: Hockey

The Original Six Hockey Trivia Book

Author : Mike Leonetti
ISBN : 9781443400091
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Remember when it was just Montreal, Toronto, New York, Detroit, Boston and Chicago? Veteran hockey writer Mike Leonetti certainly does, and he’s got a brand new trivia book to prove it! The Original Six Hockey Trivia Book challenges fans’ knowledge of the NHL’s most storied and glorious franchises. With more than 800 questions and answers—categorized by team and covering memorable games, records and awards, trades and outstanding players—the book also features more than 150 photos. And it’s not just for those old enough to remember when the NHL only included six teams: The Original Six Hockey Trivia Book skates right into the 2006–2007 season with fascinating lore on the six teams that will stump even the most avid of fans. Here’s what you can expect: Detroit Red Wings: Gordie Howe broke Maurice Richard’s all-time goal-scoring record when he scored his 545th career goal on November 10, 1963, versus which opponent and what netminder? Montreal Canadiens: Named head coach of the Canadiens for the 2006–2007 season, this former Hab was a three-time Stanley Cup winner (twice with Montreal, once with Dallas). Name him. Toronto Maple Leafs: When Darryl Sittler had his 10-point night against Boston on February 7, 1976, one other Leaf player scored two goals and added two assists in the Leafs 11–4 victory. Who was this other high-scoring Leaf?
Category: Sports & Recreation

Hockey S Glory Days

Author : Dan Diamond
ISBN : 9781449450069
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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For 25 years prior to expansion in 1967, big-league pro hockey consisted of only six teams and about 120 players. A document called the "C-Form," signed by young, often poor, Canadian boys, could bind a player to one franchise for life, thus insuring a team's future. Intense rivalries brewed, as the game, the rink it was played on, and the equipment players wore evolved. Offenses increased as the curved stick and the booming "slap shot" became all the rage. Hockey's Glory Days relives these exciting decades, when the Montreal Canadiens made 10 consecutive appearances in the Stanley Cup finals, winning the last five, and when the Chicago Blackhawks and Toronto Maple Leafs dominated the '60s. The book features more than 126 player and team photos, plus individual and team statistics for every season from 1949-50 to 1968-69. Hockey's best forwards, goaltenders, and defensemen are profiled. The authors—experts in their field—include photographs and statistics of greats the likes of Gordie Howe, Bobby Hull, Maurice "Rocket" Richard, Bobby Orr, Phil Esposito, and Jacques Plante. Hockey's Glory Days even includes the "best" and "worst" statistics and trivia from this era.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Fabric Of The Game

Author : Chris Creamer
ISBN : 9781683583851
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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An in-depth look into the origins of how each NHL team was named, received their logo and design, with interviews by those responsible. Written by those most knowledgeable, you'll learn why every hockey team to every play in the National Hockey League looks the way it does. Nothing unites or divides a random assortment of strangers quite like the hockey team for which they cheer. The passion they hold within them for the New York Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens, or Boston Bruins allows them to look past any differences which would have otherwise disrupted a perfectly fine Thanksgiving dinner and channels it into a powerful, shared admiration for their team. We decorate our lives with their logos, stock our wardrobe with their jerseys, and, in some cases, even tattoo our bodies with their iconography and colors. They’re so ingrained in our lives we don’t even think to ask ourselves why Los Angeles celebrates royalty; why Buffalo cheers for not one, but two massive cavalry swords; or why the Broadway Blueshirts named themselves for a law enforcement agency in Texas (or why they even wear blue shirts, for that matter). All that and more is explored in Fabric of the Game, authored by two of the sports world’s leading experts in team branding and design: Chris Creamer and Todd Radom. Tapping into their vast knowledge of the whys and hows, Creamer and Radom explore and share the origin stories behind these and more, talking directly to those involved in the decision processes and designs of the National Hockey League’s team names, logos, and uniforms, pouring through historical accounts to find and deliver the answers to these questions. Learn more about the historied Detroit Red Wings and Chicago Blackhawks, as well as the lost but not forgotten Hartford Whalers and Quebec Nordiques, all the way to the lesser-known Kansas City Scouts and Philadelphia Quakers. Whichever team you pledge allegiance, Fabric of the Game covers them in-depth with research and knowledge for any hockey fan to enjoy.
Category: Sports & Recreation

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ISBN : 0835240339
Genre : Literature
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Category: Literature