Hockey Facts & Stats 2010-11

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HarperCollins Canada, Oct 19, 2010 - Sports & Recreation - 578 pages
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Hockey Facts & Stats was the #1 hockey statistics book in Canada again in 2009, outselling even the NHL Official Guide and Record Book and making it the #1 hockey stats book four years in a row. Updated for the 2010-2011 season, this pocket-sized marvel returns with new stats and an even bigger collection of facts. This year, to celebrate the incredible double gold victories of Canada’s men’s and women’s teams at the Vancouver Olympics, Hockey Facts & Stats provides full summaries of both events which drew television audiences of 26.5 million and 12 million viewers, respectively. It also includes team histories, the complete 2009-10 NHL season, international standings and more. The ultimate reference for hockey pools and trivia leagues, and an ideal stocking stuffer for fans of every age, Hockey Facts & Stats is set for another winning year. This year’s massive Hockey Facts & Stats includes:

  • fully updated international results and standings, including a full round-up of the Vancouver 2010 Olympics and Paralympics;
  • an A–Z directory of NHL players with comprehensive stats and biographical information;
  • team histories, NHL standings and Stanley Cup finals results since 1917;,/li>
  • a complete list of players and personalities enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame; and
  • a summary of the 2009-2010 NHL season, including shootout statistics and scoring leaders.

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About the author (2010)

ANDREW PODNIEKS is the author of more than fifty-five books on hockey, including the IIHF Media Guide & Record Book 2011. Other recent titles include Sid vs. Ovi: Natural Born Rivals and Retired Numbers: A Celebration of NHL Excellence. He has created all previous editions of the bestselling Hockey Facts & Stats. Andrew Podnieks lives in Toronto. Visit his website at www.andrewpodnieks.com.

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