Fine. 0006386474 243 pages including index and black and white photos. Hockey fans who saw Frank Mahovlich play will never forget the combination of power and grace that defined the on-ice presence of a hockey superstar. He was a Toronto Maple Leaf by age nineteen. In his first year in the NHL he beat out Bobby Hull for the Calder Trophy as rookie of the year. And so began a Hall of Fame career, spanning twenty-one years in the NHL and WHA, that saw six Stanley Cups, the end of the six team era, and a Senate appointment. Relies upon 30 interviews with the Big M's peers. An insightful portrayal of a hockey legend, father and mentor. A very attractively illustrated and unmarked volume with very light wear.
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