Road To The Nhl: The Incredible Stories Of 25 Maritimers Making It To The Show

Paperback | September 1, 2013

byPhilip Croucher, Doug Maclean

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From Sidney Crosby and Brad Marchand to Paul MacLean, Al MacInnis, and Brad Richards, these are the stories of 25 Maritimers and their journey to the National Hockey League. The book chronicles each player's days from when they first laced up skates in cities and small towns throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island, to that very special moment of putting on a NHL uniform and knowing they were there to stay. Penned by one of Nova Scotia's most preeminent sports journalists, Road to the NHL is filled with tales of sacrifice, fortitude, and inner personal strength and is a must-have resource for any fan of ice hockey.

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From Sidney Crosby and Brad Marchand to Paul MacLean, Al MacInnis, and Brad Richards, these are the stories of 25 Maritimers and their journey to the National Hockey League. The book chronicles each player's days from when they first laced up skates in cities and small towns throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Isla...

Philip Croucher is an award-winning journalist and is the managing editor of the Metro Halifax newspaper. He has written about sports in the Maritimes for more than a decade and is the former sports editor of the Halifax Daily News. He lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Doug MacLean is a Sportsnet analyst, a cohost of Hockey Central at Noo...
Format:PaperbackDimensions:260 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:September 1, 2013Publisher:MacIntyre Purcell Publishing Inc.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1927097126

ISBN - 13:9781927097120

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"PERFECT . . . "Crafted beautifully and researched thoroughly. Croucher has captured a crucial piece of hockey with a master touch. These players owe him a debt of gratitude for telling their stories perfectly." —Paul Hollingsworth, TSN's Atlantic Canada Correspondent