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The Game We Knew: Hockey in the Fifties Hardcover – September, 1997
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Six teams, 120 players, no goalie masks, helmets, or agents - the 1950s was the last full decade of the six-team National Hockey League, and award-winning photographer Harold Barkley recorded it all. This was the decade when titans like Maurice Richard, Gordie Howe, Terry Sawchuk, Ted Lindsay, Turk Broda, Ted Kennedy, Elmer Lach, Jacques Plante, Bernie Geoffrion, Andy Bathgate, Tim Horton, and Bill Gadsby were in their prime. Packed with superb black-and-white (and a few colour) photographs of on-ice action and behind-the-scenes moments caught in photographic amber, Mike Leonetti's salute to the fabulous fifties features profiles of the giants, plenty of statistics, intriguing trivia, and wonderful anecdotes of an era that will never come again.
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