Blood Feud: Detroit Red Wings V. Colorado Avalanche: The Inside Story of Pro Sports' Nastiest and Best Rivalry of Its Era

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Taylor Trade Publishing, Nov 25, 2006 - Sports & Recreation - 249 pages
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In Blood Feud, Colorado Avalanche beat writer Adrian Dater not only submits that the Red Wings-Avalanche rivalry was the most feverish match-up in recent years, but also that there was none better played. No fewer than twenty players have or will eventually make it to the Hall of Fame; the best scorers were matched up against the best goalies; brilliant coaches could be found on both benches; and two of the league's smartest general managers ruthlessly tried to one-up each other at every NHL trade deadline. Blood Feud is a rollicking story of a fierce, and often violent, rivalry.

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The Best Rivalry In Sports; And a Pretty Good Book

User Review  - Anonymous - Borders

A fun book recapturing the nearly 10 year long, bloody rivalry of the Detroit Red Wings and Colorado Avalanche. Make no mistake about it: these two teams, the organizations and the players that played ... Read full review

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User Review  - derekz16 -

This book was well written and contained behind the scenes info on one of the greatest and most intense sports rivalrys of all time. Hockey fans Red Wing fans and Avalanche fans will enjoy this ... Read full review


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Adrian Dater covers the Colorado Avalanche for the Denver Post. He lives in Thornton, Colorado.

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