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Throughout his extraordinary career, Mark Messier has set a new standard of hockey excellence. A pillar of the incredible Edmonton Oilers dynasty that won five Stanley Cups and dominated the sport in the 1980's, a fierce competitor for Team Canada in international competition, and later the driving force behind the New York Rangers' return to championship glory, Messier's remarkable achievements on the ice, combined with his near-magical (and at times menacing) charisma have made him one of hockey's most commanding and intriguing personalities.

Now, New York Times Magazine writer Jeff Z. Klein takes readers behind the headlines and statistics for a revealing look at a hockey legend. Drawing on his incisive understanding of the game of hockey, and his sources within the NHL, Klein gives us an intimate look at the man who may be the most fascinating player in hockey and the greatest leader in all sport.
Publisher: Toronto : Doubleday Canada, 2003
ISBN: 9780770429089
Branch Call Number: 796.962092 MES 2003
Characteristics: xv, 320 p. : ill. (chiefly col.)


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