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As New in As New jacket. Book Hard cover, with dust jacket: As new condition. In February 2002, the greatest hockey teams this country could muster headed to Salt Lake City to compete in the Winter Olympics. Our men and women hoped to go all the way to the finals, but it had been fifty long years since the Canadians had won Olympic gold. In the past, they had come close-it was just that luck always seemed to be against them. This time, however, their chances to end the long drought were good. The women looked set for a medal-although the all-powerful American team stood between them and the ultimate prize. The Canadian men faced strong opponents, too, but prospects were good for the all-star team assembled by the great Wayne Gretzky. And this time, both teams had a secret weapon. So secret, in fact, they didn't even know it existed. At first. Like all good secrets this one was too good not to pass along. Under the surface at centre ice, Trent Evans had hidden a Canadian loonie. The expert ice maker had been invited down from Edmonton to help install the ice for the Games, and this was his little good-luck charm for our Olympic hockey teams. Perhaps, he figured, the guys could use some "home ice" advantage.
Bill Slavin. Fine in Near Fine jacket. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. pp.95 color illustrations Foreword by Wayne Gretsky-A true fable about sports and the olympics. clean tight copy with a dent on front cover on spine hinge.
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