The Unofficial Guide to Even More of Hockey's Most Unusual Records

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D&M Publishers Incorporated, 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 240 pages
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Skate into the wild, wild world of bizarre hockey records.

Every fan knows that the red and blue lines define the zones of the world’s fastest game. But in their third Unofficial guide to the NHL’s most unusual records, trivia mavens Don Weekes and Kerry Banks paint another line across the rink, one that delineates that rarefied realm of play: the twilight zone of hockey stats.

A world apart from your standard off-the-shelf record book, Weekes and Banks’ "More Unusual Hockey Records" reveals never-before-published stats in a unique and concise storytelling format that takes the hockey-record genre to another level of fascination. From Abel to Zamboni, this trivia hound’s insider guide covers more than 500 hockey milestones, and not only from the well-known champions of goal-scoring and goal-saving but from those unsung heroes and zeroes who skated away from the game without fanfare . . until now.

It’s all here in the authors’ latest compelling compilation of oddball stories, one-of-a-kind feats and wildly informative stats. "More Unusual Hockey Records" is a trivia must-have that hockey fans will devour cover to cover.

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Don Weekes is an award-winning TV producer for CFCF CTV in Montreal. He has written seventeen books on hockey trivia and unusual NHL records including The Big Book of Hockey Trivia, and his work has been widely used on television, radio, the Internet, and in print. He lives in Montreal, Quebec.

Kerry Banks is an award-winning magazine journalist and author. His published works include Pavel Bure: The Riddle of the Russian Rocket and records books on hockey, baseball, and basketball. He is also the author of the children’s Hockey Heroes series. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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