Hockey's Top 100: The Game's Greatest Goals

Greystone Books, 2010 - 161 pages

The most spectacular and famous goals in hockey, from the undisputed masters of sports trivia.

Bestselling authors Don Weekes and Kerry Banks reviewed thousands of goals to come up with their top-100 list of the most skillful shots, game-changing moments, and rink-rocking net-bulgers of all time. Relive the game's most dramatic highlights, including Alexander Ovechkin's acrobatic back-slider against Phoenix in 2006, Bobby Orr's stunning airborne Stanley Cup winner against St. Louis in 1970, Sweden's Peter Forsberg's magnificent gold-medal shootout victory against Canada in 1994, and Rocket Richard's dazzling record-breaker in 1952. And who could forget Sidney Crosby's overtime goal at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, securing Canada's fourteenth gold medal of the Games? With dramatic photographs throughout, The Game's Greatest Goals is sure to spark debate among hockey fans everywhere.

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