The acceptance of women's hockey into the 1998 Olympic Games accelerated the groundswell of interest in this highly-charged competitive sport. Despite the enormous popularity of women's hockey, players from around the world still confront intolerance and prejudice. Using personal accounts from star players (including Manon Rheaume - the only woman to have played in a National Hockey League game), interviews with sport insiders and photographs, On the Edge provides a dramatic look into the business and politics of women's ...

On the Edge 1996, Second Story Press, Toronto, Canada

ISBN-13: 9780929005799

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