What It Means to Be a Red Wing: Detroit's Greatest Players Talk About Detroit Hockey. Kevin Allen, Art Regner.

What It Means to Be a Red Wing: Detroit's Greatest Players Talk About Detroit Hockey

Triumph Books, 2006. First edition. Hardcover. First printing. Fine in fine dust jacket. Oversized hardcover. xiv+ 322 pp. Foreword by Steve Yzerman. Illustrated with photos. Beginning with the 1940s, a decade-by-decade history of the National Hockey League's Detroit Red Wings told by the players who skated for them. From the 40s we read reminiscences by (among others) Ted Lindsay, Red Kelly, Max McNab; from the 50s Marcel Pronovost, Glenn Hall, vic Stasiuk, Johnny Wilson; form the 60s Peter Mahovich, Bill Gadsby, Bruce MacGregor; from the 70s Red Berenson, Reed Larson, Jim Rutherford; from the 80s Greg Stefan, Harry Neale, Jacques Demers, Dave Lewis; the 90s Martin Lapointe, Mark Howe, coach Scotty Bowman, Chris Osgood, Chris Chelios; and from the new millennium Luc Robitaille, Jiri Fischer, Patvel Datsyuk and others. Fine / fine. Item #E23979
ISBN: 9781572438859

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