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Marcel Pronovost: A Life in Hockey Paperback – November 13, 2012


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"Defensemen rarely get the accolades they deserve, but Pronovost’s Hall of Fame career as a rock solid blueliner spanned 19 seasons, mostly in the Original Six era, for the Red Wings dynasty of the ’50s and the last Maple Leafs team to win the Cup, those geezers of 1967. He tells his story here, illustrated by glorious vintage black and white photos, and shares tales of Gordie Howe, Ted Lindsay, Johnny Bower and more, especially his friendship with the difficult Terry Sawchuk. He also goes into his later scouting career where he was instrumental in the Devils drafting Marty Brodeur. The publisher created two covers, a young Pronovost wearing a Wings jersey for the US market and an older Marcel in Leafs jersey for Canada. Both look sharp."—Stu Hackel, Sports Illustrated online

"A fantastic new release…This is a solid book and a great introduction to a Hockey Hall of Famer." — HockeyBookReviews.com

About the Author

Hockey Hall-of-Famer and 8-time Stanley Cup Champion Marcel Pronovost has spent more than a half-century in the National Hockey League, and in his career has worked or played with with a who's-who of game greats: Gordie Howe, Ted Lindsay, Jack Adams, Punch Imlach, Terry Sawchuk, Johnny Bower, and more. He has served the game as a player, coach, and talent scout. He presently works for the New Jersey Devils and resides in Windsor, Ontario.

Currently the sports columnist for the Windsor Star, Bob Duff has covered the NHL since 1988 and is a contributor to The Hockey News, MSNBC.com, and Faceoff.com. Duff's other book credits include: The China Wall: The Timeless Legend of Johnny Bower, Hockey Dynasties: Bluelines and Bloodlines, Nine: Salute to Mr. Hockey, On the Wing: A History of the Windsor Spitfires, and The Hockey Hall of Fame Book of Goalies. Duff lives in LaSalle, Ontario, with his wife Shira and daughter Cecilia.

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As sports columnist at The Windsor Star, I cover a variety of sports at both the local and professional level. I have covered the Stanley Cup final, World Cup of Hockey, Super Bowl, World Series, Summer Olympic Games, Ryder Cup, World Cup of Soccer and the Memorial Cup. I am also an NHL columnist for MSNBC.com and Hockey Weekly and freelance for such publications as The Hockey News, Beckett Hockey, Faceoff and Prospects Magazines. I am also a contributor to The NHL Guide And Record Book and Total Hockey and am listed as an honorary member of the Elias Sports Bureau. As well, I am a published author. My books include The China Wall: The Timeless Legend of Johnny Bower; The Bruise Brothers: Hockey's Heavyweight Champions; Nine: A Tribute To Gordie Howe; Nineteen: A Tribute To Steve Yzerman; Seven: A Tribute to Ted Lindsay; and The History of Hockeytown.

Specialties: I serve as vice-president of the Society For International Hockey Research. I write a daily blog for The Windsor Star, do live blogging and film video from major sporting events and contribute to the production of the SIHR web site.

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