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eBook Forever Hockeytown!: How the 2008 Red Wings Reclaimed the Stanley Cup ePub

by Detroit Free Press

  • ISBN: 160078173X
  • Category: United States
  • Subcategory: Travels
  • Author: Detroit Free Press
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Triumph Books (June 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 128
  • ePub book: 1409 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1739 kb
  • Other: docx lrf mobi mbr
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 755

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Forever Hockeytown! book.

Forever Hockeytown! book.

Detroit is known as Hockeytown, and for good reason

Detroit is known as Hockeytown, and for good reason. The Detroit Red Wings have won 10 Stanley Cups over its storied history, hanging the 10th banner at the end of the 2002 season. After six years without the Cup, now they face newcomers-the Pittsburg Penguins-lead by "the Kid" Sidney Crosby. Triumph Books partners with the Detroit Free Press, the hometown newspaper that covers ever moment on and off the ice of the heralded Wings, to publisher celebratory keepsake of a Red Wings 11th Stanley Cup Championship.

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The Detroit Free Press is the largest daily newspaper that serves Detroit, Michigan. Shipping: FREE Within . Destination, rates & speeds. 30 Day Return Policy. Customers who bought this item also bought. 1. Forever Hockeytown!

Detroit Red Wings owner Mike Ilitch gives the thumbs up to crowds during the Stanley Cup victory celebration at Hart Plaza in Detroit . Gabriel B. Tait, Detroit Free Press.

Detroit Red Wings owner Mike Ilitch gives the thumbs up to crowds during the Stanley Cup victory celebration at Hart Plaza in Detroit on June 6, 2008. Amy leang, detroit free press. Red Wings Owner Mike Ilitch watchs his Wings play Montreal near the end of the 1994 regular season. JULIAN H. GONZALEZ, Detroit Free Press. Red Wings owners Mike and Marian Ilitch during Steve Yzerman's jersey retirement ceremony in 2007.

The Red Wing’s high scoring of late will be of much comfort to Detroit fans as they know thus far they have been overreliant .

The Red Wing’s high scoring of late will be of much comfort to Detroit fans as they know thus far they have been overreliant on the skills of Russian Peytr Mrazek and Jimmy Howard in the net. The pair have shown themselves to be rock-solid goaltenders this season and will be heartened to see they may no longer have to defend slim leads. But it was 1998’s Stanley Cup victory theme Hey, Hey Hockeytown that blared out from the sound system following Abdelkader’s opening goal, and one thinks that a return to Hockeytown may be a distinct possibility for the Detroit Red Wings. Kristopher Hinz is a third year sports journalism student at La Trobe University.

Bowman told the Detroit Free Press on Friday: came down to see me and I knew .

Bowman told the Detroit Free Press on Friday: came down to see me and I knew right away I wanted to be with Detroit, he said. With two more in 2002 and 2008, Detroit won four of its 11 Cups under Ilitch. But in 1998 after the Red Wings won their second consecutive Stanley Cup, Ilitch and the team finally got their Hockeytown trademark after a nearly three-year wait. It inspired the nostalgic, 90s rock Red Wings theme song and this amazing Twitter moment between rivals.

Red Alert - Hockeytown 3 - 2002 Stanley Cup Champion Detroit Red Wings - Official Enhanced DVD by Chris Chelios DVD . NHL Stanley Cup Champions 2008: Detroit Red Wings.

NHL Stanley Cup Champions 2008: Detroit Red Wings.

Could 2008 be the year number 11 goes up? By now you would think I would be used to it but every year it amazes me how many of the hockey analysts write off the Detroit Red Wings. First before each season they are saying Detroit will finish middle of the play-off pack at best

Could 2008 be the year number 11 goes up? By now you would think I would be used to it but every year it amazes me how many of the hockey analysts write off the Detroit Red Wings. First before each season they are saying Detroit will finish middle of the play-off pack at best. So after 6 Presidents Trophies of the 21 awarded ( the trophy began in 1986 and was not given out one year due to the lock out ), 17 consecutive years in the play-offs, 4 seasons out of the last 6 finishing first overall ( Presidents Trophy ), why did teh talking heads pick them to be mediocre yet again?

Here is the inside story of the Red Wings 2008 run to Stanley Cup glory, featuring hundreds of photos and new commentary from Mitch Albom, Michael Rosenberg, and Drew Sharp.

Comments

Beranyle Beranyle
very nice
Maveri Maveri
I bought with "HockeyTown in High Def" and together any Wingnut can have a complete documentary on a stellar season for theGreatest Team in Hockey.
This book starts out by breaking down what players the team lost and gained between seasons, how they season played out, accomplishments, struggles and game by game breakdowns on how each game played out in the playoffs.
Including game by game scores, player profiles and stats, coach stats and even information about the Zamboni driver.
Even 19 year old octopi tossing fan Zach Smith got recognition for his eight legged toss in Pittsburg in game 4!!! Way to go dude.
Wings 4 Ever!!!
Reggy Reggy
Nice resource. One I am glad I have in my collection of Red Wings books. You should consider getting this.