The Good The Bad The Ugly Detroit Red Wings

Author: Ted Kulfan
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1617490210
Size: 71.78 MB
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In entertaining—and unsparing—fashion, this book sparkles with Wings highlights and lowlights, from wonderful and wacky memories to the famous and infamous.

On A Wing And A Prayer

Author: Gus Mollasis
ISBN: 9780966574807
Size: 54.57 MB
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One Fan's Perspective on an Inspirational Journey with the Detroit Red Wings
Gus Mollasis. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly ...some background... Growing up
a Wings fan has always been bittersweet. For the most part, the good teams were
few and far between, but the memories were priceless. Through the years, I've
lived and died with them, and laughed and cried with them as they've had their
array of great moments, moments of comic relief, and moments of pure grief.
When I ...

The Good The Bad And The Ugly

Author: Adam Kimelman
Publisher: Triumph Books (IL)
ISBN: 9781600780219
Size: 59.46 MB
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The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly includes the best and worst teams and players of all time, the most clutch performances and performers, the biggest choke jobs and chokers, great comebacks and blown leads, plus overrated and underrated players ...

Hockey S Best And Worst

Author: Sean McCollum
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 1543506194
Size: 70.13 MB
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Hockey is a game of shots and saves, passes and penalties, wins and losses. Check out the very best and worst that hockey has to offer with Hockey's Best and Worst.

The Michigan Journal

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He knew that, for whatever reasons, Sandusky was still allowed access to the
school, despite retiring in 1999 and that there was a good chance the acts were
still going on. ... The Low Down on D-Town BY CHRIS ZADOROZNY STAFF
REPORTER After a week off, The Low Down on D-Town is back with the Red
Wings on a winning streak, the Lions coming off a bye week blow it in Chicago
and the Tigers bench coach Gene ... It was bad all around for the Lions as it was
ugly early.

The Good The Bad And The Ugly Detroit Tigers

Author: George Cantor
Publisher: Triumph Books (IL)
ISBN: 9781600780523
Size: 33.11 MB
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To celebrate the Red Wings reaching the 2002 Stanley Cup finals, the Tigers
held an octopus-tossing contest — hearkening back to the ancient Detroit
tradition of throwing these slimy creatures on the ice during the playoffs.
Anderson gave it his best heave... and ended up with an arm injury that ended
his career. An octopus has eight arms. Somehow it seems there could have been
one to spare for Matt. Fourth inning, a three-run homer off Johnny Kucks. Seventh
inning, a solo homer ...

Save By Roy

Author: Terry Frei
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1630760013
Size: 70.67 MB
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This book, a collaborative effort between seasoned sportswriters and authors Terry Frei and Adrian Dater, is an opinionated, interpretive, and in-depth look at Patrick Roy’s first season as a National Hockey League coach, and the ...

101 Sports Card Investments

Author: Mark K. Larson
Publisher: Krause Publications Incorporated
ISBN: 9780873412599
Size: 59.28 MB
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True card-size hockey cards didn't reappear until 1951, when the Toronto-based
Parkhurst Gum Co. issued a monumentally unattractive set of 105 cards that
looked more like bad tobacco cards than anything. The set may have been ugly,
but don't underestimate its impact. The parallels ... Topps, on the other hand,
produced a set in 1954-55 that contained only players from the Boston Bruins,
Chicago Black Hawks, Detroit Red Wings and New York Rangers. The two
companies split ...


Author: Stan Fischler
Publisher: Warwick Pub
ISBN: 9781895629408
Size: 14.54 MB
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Q: There's a story about the longest overtime game in history [the six-period
overtime game between the Montreal Maroons and the Detroit Red Wings, which
Detroit won], that after about the third overtime period, the teams were so tired (
and, of course, you didn't have Zamboni machines back then, so the ice was a
mess), that the two teams were willing to flip a coin for a winner. Would you have
been willing to do that? KH: (laughs) Never! Never! I would rather lose than flip a