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The Cup By Jess Driscoll
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This is an essay about Vancouver, about hockey, and about the hardest trophy to win in professional sports.
The Cup By Jess Driscoll
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This is an essay about Vancouver, about hockey, and about the hardest trophy to win in professional sports.
Volume 5091, New Jersey Devils Stanley Cup playoffs --- New Jewish Cemetery, Prague By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 5091, New Jersey Devils Stanley Cup playoffs---New Jewish Cemetery, Prague Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic... More > gesture towards the inhuman scale of big data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to Lulu.com for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
101 Blueprint For Profitable Football Betting By Stanley O, Chris K
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Finally, one resource where you can have everything about football betting at your finger tips...
Hockey Hall of Fame By Sherri Telenko
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A twelve-month 2014 Calendar featuring images taken at th Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, Canada.
The Renfrew Millionaires - The Valley Boys of Winter - 1910 By Frank Cosentino
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It was a time when small towns could still challenge for the Stanley Cup, the holy grail of Canadian hockey. The O'Briens of Renfrew, Ontario, father M.J. and son Ambrose, formed their own league,... More > the National Hockey Association, owned four of the five teams and founded the Montreal Canadiens. Money appeared to be no object. Top players Lester and Frank Patrick, Fred "Cyclone" Taylor and "Newsy" Lalonde were paid large salaries with the objective of winning the Cup. The effort fell just short but the NHA continued and morphed into the NHL in 1917 but in 1910 Renfrew was the centre of the hockey universe. The team's name was the "Creamery Kings" but a newspaper christened them the Millionaires after the players were paid off in cash before leaving for their trip to New York in what was billed as a world championship tournament. The Millionaires won that and were declared "world champions"< Less
Dynasty: The Oral History of the New York Islanders, 1972-1984 By Greg Prato
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Ask any hockey historian about the greatest all-time teams, and the 1980-1984 New York Islanders are sure to be towards the top of their list. Assembled by general manager Bill Torrey and taught the... More > art of dominance by head coach Al Arbour, the Islanders of this era included such subsequent Hall of Famers as Bryan Trottier, Mike Bossy, Denis Potvin, Clark Gillies, and Billy Smith, and won four consecutive Stanley Cups. Dynasty: The Oral History of the New York Islanders, 1972-1984 focuses solely on this period of the Islanders. Comprised of nearly 30 all-new, exclusive interviews with players, coaches, trainers, broadcasters, and a celebrity fan, the book is not only a genuine account of the Islanders from this time, but also, of the National Hockey League in general. Set up in the oral history format, Dynasty reads like a documentary, but in book form, as the participants weigh in on the ups and downs of the Islanders, and pull no punches in their recollections and opinions.< Less
Thank You Sabres : Memories of the 1972-73 Season By Sal Maiorana
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Going into their third year of existence as an NHL expansion team, not a whole lot was expected of the Buffalo Sabres in the fall of 1972. Despite the presence of two rising young scoring stars in... More > Gilbert Perreault and Rick Martin, each of whom had been named NHL rookie of the year, the Sabres figured to be lagging well behind in the powerful East Division of what was then a 16-team league. Instead, the Sabres gave their growing legion of passionate fans a season that no one has ever forgotten. The 1972-73 team did what the hockey gods said would be next to impossible when the season began - it qualified for the Stanley Cup playoffs. This is the story of that overachieving team, complete with a month-by-month synopsis of the season and profiles of the key players who became so beloved that when the final seconds ticked off the clock in Game Six of the first-round playoff series against Montreal, a sellout crowd at Memorial Auditorium stood as one and repeatedly chanted "Thank You Sabres."< Less
The Gretzky, Orr, Bailey, Crozier, Avery Hockey Poetry Omnibus By Martin Avery
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The Gretzky, Orr, Bailey, Crosby, Avery Hockey Poetry Omnibus, by Martin Avery, is a hat-trick of poetry books with 1. The Hockey Jersey, 2, Gretzky Versus Orr, and 3. Ace Bailey Versus Roger... More > Crozier, like three periods in a wild hockey game.< Less
Ace Bailey Versus Roger Crozier: Epic Poetry By Martin Avery
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Ace Bailey Versus Roger Crozier: Epic Poetry is a book about two great Canadian hockey legends from Bracebridge, Muskoka, Ontario, Canada. This is a book that boys will enjoy! It looks at the legends... More > and then the author imagines an epic battle between the two superstars. Avery also connects his own story to the legends as he comes from the same place as the two stars and they were big influences in his life.< Less