Good in good dust jacket. structurally intact, faint yellowing to pages, moderate soil and wear, library system withdrawn with typical markings and pocket, cello cover over dustjacket has kept book in better condition, front fly page removed. 266 p. Includes Illustrations. Considered an authority on hockey, the author reflects on the changes within the NHL and the tone of the game with the league expansion, increasing violence of the sport and the fans yearning for blood. Includes sections on the 12 greatest players, best coaches, all time worst teams, the All nasty team, and much more. Great reading for any hockey fan!
Fair in poor dust jacket. Price clipped. Ex-library. x, 266 p. : illus.; 24 cm. Includes Illustrations. Hardcover with DJ, flyleaf missing, ex-lib with usual markings, good reading copy, pencil markings on pages throughout.
Photo Illustrated. Good in Good jacket. This 6"x9" hard cover book has a white and black and white illustrated dj with red and black lettering on the front and spine of the dj. The front endpaper is gone, ex-library markings, wear, soil and the dj is price clipped, pasted down and in mylar. A tough look at hockey from a writer who loves the game. Black and white photo illustrations within the book. 266 indexed pages.
Very Good Condition in Good jacket. 266 pages. Faint yellowing; tight very good book. The jacket has some discoloring, light creases; a few small tears. Sections include How Violence is Killing Hockey; Other Things Hurting Hockey; How to Improve Hockey; Fischler's Best; Fischler's Worst. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 Pounds. Category: Hockey; Inventory No: 121351.
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