In the Bin: Reckless and Rude Stories from the Penalty Boxes of the Nhl

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Triumph Books, Sep 1, 2001 - Sports & Recreation - 228 pages
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Hockey is best known for its "bad boys", those players who spend as much time on the ice swinging punches as they do swinging their sticks. Here is an inside look at the exciting, suspenseful, sometimes outrageous world of an NHL game -- on the ice and in the "sin bin".

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In the Bin: Reckless & Rude Stories from the Penalty Boxes of the Nhl

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Freeberg is an off-ice official for the National Hockey League and as such has fulfilled such duties as gatekeeper in the penalty box and goal judge behind the net. From his unique perspective on NHL ... Read full review

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Contents

Icing Caring for Penalty Box Guests
27
Guilt by Association Cleansing the Soul and Helping with the Paperwork
33
Profane Wayne Turning Lady Byngs Face Red
43
Copyright

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