A breed apart: an illustrated history of goaltending

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Triumph Books, 1995 - Sports & Recreation - 208 pages
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Recounts the evolution of the goalie's role, profiles leading goalies, and discusses goalies in international games and the development of the goalie's mask

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A Breed Apart: An Illustrated History of Goaltending

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Imagine for a moment standing on two blades of steel in an area six by four feet, attempting to stop a frozen rubber object traveling at speeds of over 100 miles per hour. Anyone who dares this is ... Read full review


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Douglas Hunter has written widely on business, history, the environment, and sport. His previous books include War Games, Molson: The Birth of a Business Empire, Yzerman: The Making of a Champion and The Bubble and the Bear: How Nortel Burst the Canadian Dream, which won a National Business Book Award.

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