Great Left Wingers: Stars of Hockey's Golden Age

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Heritage House Publishing Co, Oct 1, 2005 - Sports & Recreation - 144 pages
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Some were known for their speed, others for their accuracy, others still for their sneaky dekes, but these legendary left wingers were all admired for the power behind the plays that took their teams to the top. Aurel Joliat's dazzling puck dance, Harvey Jackson's finesse and grace, Bobby Hull's slapshot that struck fear in the hearts of goalies—these are just a few of the inspiring wing men of hockey history.

 

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Contents

Prologue
11
Harvey Busher Jackson
32
DougBentley
48
Ted Lindsay
61
Dickie Moore
77
Frank Mahovlich
91
Bobby Hull
109
Epilogue
127
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About the author (2005)

Chris Robinson lives in Ottawa with his wife and son. He is the artistic director of the Ottawa International Animation Festival and writes a monthly column called "The Animation Pimp" for Animation World Magazine (Los Angeles). His writing has appeared in Take One, Cinemascope, Montage and many other publications, and he's written several books, including Between Genius and Utter Illiteracy: A Story of Estonian Animation.

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