Losing the Edge: The Rise and Fall of the Stanley Cup Champion New York Rangers

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Simon & Schuster, 1995 - Sports & Recreation - 255 pages
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Meisel chronicles the Rangers' 1995 season, revealing the untold story of the stunning rise and fall of a team that was built to do just that. The manipulations of ex-coach Mike Keenan, the player acquisitions of General Manager Neil Smith, the stellar play of captain Mark Messier are explored in ways never touched upon by the New York press. of photos.

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As hockey books go this is a particularly good one. Entering the 1993-94 season the Rangers had last tasted victory in 1939-40--root beer I believe back then--not champagne. The previous season had ... Read full review

Losing the edge: the rise and fall of the Stanley Cup champion New York Rangers

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Playing for a Manhattan-based franchise is synonymous with riding a roller coaster; one moment adulation, the next boos and hisses. Sports fans can't help but feel sorry for the Rangers: after 54 ... Read full review

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