7 edition of How Hockey Works found in the catalog.
September 7, 2002
by Maple Tree Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Greg Hall (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
The Hockey Sweater (Le chandail de hockey in the original French) is a short story by Canadian author Roch Carrier and translated to English by Sheila was originally published in under the title "Une abominable feuille d'érable sur la glace" ("An abominable maple leaf on the ice").It was adapted into an animated short called The Sweater (Le Chandail) by the National Film Author: Roch Carrier. If you’re playing hockey, or just want to understand the game, you need to know your way around the rink, how to shoot and pass the puck, what makes up a hockey penalty, the positions on a hockey team, and tips for getting prepared to hit the ice. An official NHL (National Hockey League) rink is feet long and 85 feet wide; an.
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There’s a crowd in the crease, just inches away. You feel pulsating pressure, the harsh heat mounting despite the expanse of ice all around. Suddenly, a puck rockets through the tangle of bodies in front of you. Its target: the back of the net. You slow it down in your mind. Freeze it. Throw your glove up. Squeeze it. And then you get ready to do it all over again. How Hockey Works. by Ed Grabianowski. Hockey Through the Years. Prev NEXT. World wars, the Great Depression, and influenza outbreaks kept the young NHL in a state of flux. Teams joined the league and then folded under the financial pressure regularly. It wasn't until that a period of stability would allow the NHL to : Ed Grabianowski.
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Bought this book for my 8 year old son. He loves hockey, reading and science so it seemed like a good combination. The book is easy to read, has lots of pictures, and interesting information. Covers everything- how the ice is made, how movement on the ice /5(21).
How Hockey Works. by Ed Grabianowski. NEXT PAGE. Jim McIsaac/Getty Images. From the frozen lakes and rivers of Canadian winters to nationally televised games played at high-tech arenas bef fans, ice hockey has come a How Hockey Works book way.
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How hockey works. [Keltie Thomas; Greg Hall] -- "Legendary tales, facts, tips and scientific information cover hockey from every exciting angle. Now in paperback, updated with a new final chapter. Lavishly illustrated, beautifully designed, impeccably researched, and wonderfully written, Hockey: A People’s History is the altogether irresistible companion book to the CBC-Television series of the same name, airing in Fall A must-have for every fan!Cited by: 4.
Get this from a library. How hockey works. [Keltie Thomas; Greg Hall] -- Provides a wide variety of information about hockey, explaining how the game works, discussing ice, skates, the puck, gear, techniques and skills, rules and regulations, and other topics, and.
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by Ed Grabianowski. More Rules: Odds and Ends. Prev NEXT. The NHL has a few quirks among the usual rules. One is the penalty shot, often referred to as "the most exciting play in hockey." There are several circumstances that lead to a penalty shot. The most common is when a player has a clear breakaway, and is pulled down or.How Hockey Works.
by Ed Grabianowski. The Hockey Season. Prev NEXT. During the regular season, teams receive two points for a win and one point for a tie. Teams automatically receive one point if they are tied at the end of three periods.
If one team wins during overtime, it receives an additional point. For the losing team, this is known as Author: Ed Grabianowski.