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Straight Shooter : the Brad Park Story.

Author: Thom Sears; Brad Park
Publisher: New York : John Wiley & amp; Sons, 2012.
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The official biography of an NHL legendBy the time he retired, Brad Park had surpassed the great Bobby Orr in career assists by a defenseman. Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame the first year he was eligible, and later named one of the Top 100 NHL players of all time by The Hockey News, Park will forever be remembered as one of the greatest men ever to take the ice. The first and only authorized biography of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Sears, Thom.
Straight Shooter : The Brad Park Story.
New York : John Wiley & amp; Sons, ©2012
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Thom Sears; Brad Park
ISBN: 9781118336182 1118336186
OCLC Number: 804664206
Description: 1 online resource (377 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Learning the Game; Chapter 2: Toronto Marlboros and the Memorial Cup; Chapter 3: Welcome to the National Hockey League; Chapter 4: Contract Stalemate; Chapter 5: 1972 Stanley Cup Final and the WHA; Chapter 6: Cold War on Ice: Team Canada 1972; Game 1: Montreal, September 2, 1972; Game 2: Toronto, September 4, 1972; Game 3: Winnipeg, September 6, 1972; Game 4: Vancouver, September 8, 1972; Exhibition Game 1: Stockholm, Sweden, September 16, 1972; Exhibition Game 2: Stockholm, Sweden, September 17, 1972. Game 5: Moscow, September 22, 1972Game 6: Moscow, September 24, 1972; Game 7: Moscow, September 26, 1972; Game 8: Moscow, September 28, 1972; Exhibition Game 3: Prague, Czechoslovakia, September 30, 1972; Chapter 7: A Star on Broadway; Chapter 8: The Captaincy; Chapter 9: The Trade; Chapter 10: Adaptation under Cherry; Chapter 11: Hate the Habs: Return to the Stanley Cup Final: 1977 and 1978; Chapter 12: Too Many Men; Chapter 13: The Lost Season; Chapter 14: The Cheevers Years; Chapter 15: Last Year in Beantown; Chapter 16: Motor City; Chapter 17: The Coach.

Abstract:

The official biography of an NHL legendBy the time he retired, Brad Park had surpassed the great Bobby Orr in career assists by a defenseman. Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame the first year he was eligible, and later named one of the Top 100 NHL players of all time by The Hockey News, Park will forever be remembered as one of the greatest men ever to take the ice. The first and only authorized biography of Park's life and career, Straight Shooter: The Brad Park Story, delves deeper into his legendary success than any book has before, bringing together exclusive, candid insights from Park.
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