Game of My Life: New York Rangers

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Sports Publishing LLC, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 245 pages
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All of the famous tales about the New York Rangers (including Lester Patrick in goal; the 1940 Stanley Cup; Rod Gilbert's first big game; Mark Messier's "guaranteed" win; the 1994 Cup-winning heroics of Brian Leetch and Mike Richter, and Wayne Gretzky's goodbye to the NHL) are referenced here. Stories from 24 New York hockey legends take fans inside the Rangers locker room and inside the heads of the players themselves. It is an anecdotal history of the biggest games in the history of the New York Rangers, one of the most popular teams to ever play on Broadway.
  

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User Review  - Bill S. - Goodreads

Even as a life long Ranger fan this book wasn't all that interesting. Stories of the early guys that played much more entertaining than those of the modern group. Read full review

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Decent content, the writing is awful Read full review

Contents

Chapter
13
Chapter 4
31
Chapter 6
51
Chapter 8
73
Chapter 10
93
Chapter 11
103
REBUILT BUT STILL NO CUP
121
Chapter 15
141
TO THE CUP AND BEYOND
159
Chapter 19
185
Chapter 21
201
Chapter 23
219
Chapter 24
235
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About the author (2006)

John Kreiser has covered the NHL for more than thirty years for the Associated Press, "Sports Illustrated for Kids, " and numerous magazines and websites. He has been in the Stanley Cup winning locker room for all three New York area teams and is currently a columnist for NHL.com.

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