Detroit Red Wings: The Illustrated History

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Taylor Publishing Company, 1997 - Sports & Recreation - 255 pages
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The book hockey fans have long awaited! This is the first history of the Detroit Redwings, the only hockey franchise in the fabled "Original Six" never to have had a full-blown history written about it. At last, sports writer Richard Bak fills the gap. He weds an exciting narrative and statistical tables with more than 300 color and b&w photos stretching back to the team's origin in 1926.

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Detroits First
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And Then There
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About the author (1997)

Author Richard Bak is a sports historian and baseball fan. Here he brings his passion and knowledge, together with a selection of more than 200 photographs, to create a book that explores and celebrates the Yankees mystique. This book is a front-row seat for those who were there as well as those who wish they had been alive to watch the New York Yankees during their Golden Age.

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