Tarasov: The Father of Russian Hockey : Hockey's Rise to International Prominence Through the Eyes of a Coaching Legend

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Griffin Publishing Group, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 209 pages
Tarasov has left us a unique perspective on the history and development of hockey in his homeland. In this, his last book before his death in 1995, he provides a fascinating and informal assessment of the Russian and Canadian styles of hockey through the eyes of a world-famous coach.

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Contents

CANADAHOMELAND OF THE GAME
1
THE BEAUTY AND POWER OF CANADIAN HOCKEY
61
Pros at Practice
75
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