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by Scott Young,Punch Imlach

  • ISBN: 0887801412
  • Category: Sports books
  • Author: Scott Young,Punch Imlach
  • Subcategory: Biographies
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Goodread Biography (January 1, 1986)
  • Pages: 216 pages
  • FB2 size: 1464 kb
  • EPUB size: 1122 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Imlach is one of the game's great coaches. He made the Toronto Maple Leafs the best team in the NHL in the Sixties, winning four straight Stanley Cups

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Heaven and Hell in the NHL tells the story straight, making this one of the best hockey books of all time.

Informationen zum Titel Heaven and Hell in the NHL (Goodread Biographies) von Punch Imlach aus der Reihe Canadian lives He made the Toronto Maple Leafs the best team in the NHL in the Sixties, winning four straight Stanley Cups. Here he picks up his story from the day he was fired by the Leafs in 1969, recounting his happy years as coach of the Buffalo Sabres, building the team up and having fun as he does it. Then came the offer he couldn't refuse – a second chance with the Leafs. Heaven and Hell in the NHL tells the story straight, making this one of the best hockey books of all time.

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by Punch Imlach, Scott Young. Published January 1, 1986 by Goodread Biography. The worst three years of my long and generally happy life in hockey began on Friday, June 8, 1979.

Scott Alexander Young (April 14, 1918 – June 12, 2005) was a Canadian journalist, sportswriter, novelist and the father of musicians Neil Young and Astrid Young. Over his career, Young wrote 45 books, including novels and non-fiction for adult and youth audiences. Born in Cypress River, Manitoba, Young grew up in nearby Glenboro, Manitoba, where his father, Percy Andrew Young, owned a drug store. His mother was Jean Ferguson Paterson.

I'm a writer, programmer, traveler & avid reader of interesting things. I published a Wall Street Journal bestselling book. I recorded 100+ podcast episodes. I also wrote 116 new articles to this blog

I'm a writer, programmer, traveler & avid reader of interesting things. I also wrote 116 new articles to this blog.

"I recognize that I am a stubborn, tough bastard to deal with," writes hockey legend Punch Imlach. This no-holds-barred story of his second time round with the Leafs lets you decide for yourself. Imlach is one of the game's great coaches. He made the Toronto Maple Leafs the best team in the NHL in the Sixties, winning four straight Stanley Cups. Here he picks up his story from the day he was fired by the Leafs in 1969, recounting his happy years as coach of the Buffalo Sabres, building the team up and having fun as he does it. Then came the offer he couldn't refuse--a second chance with the Leafs. Imlach tells his story of how he tried to bring the Leafs back to glory, describing his many battles with players like Darryl Sittler, owner Harold Ballard, and lawyers like Alan Eagleson.Heaven and Hell in the NHL tells the story straight, making this one of the best hockey books of all time.

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