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Good in Good jacket. 0396064272 211 pages. Twelve pages of black and white photos, including multiple photos of the infamous stick swinging incident with Wayne Maki. "Ted Green, one of hockey's roughest and best players, suffered a depressed, compound skull fracture when he was hit over the head by Wayne Maki of the St. Louis Blues during an exhibition game in September 1969. Paralyzed on the left side, his speech badly affected, he underwent three delicate brain operations. It appeared he would be lucky to ever lead a normal life again. Yet with the help of good therapy, his own determination, and his wife's co-operation, he was back skating on Boston ice 14 months later. This is the story of his extraordinary comeback."-from dust jacket. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy.
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