The Hockey Handbook
Originally published in 1951, and rejected at the time by one NHL coach as “the product of a three-year-old mind,” Lloyd Percival’s The Hockey Handbook went on to become an internationally recognized classic. Russian and European coaches seized on the book as the first authoritative, analytical treatment of hockey fundamentals and based their training regimes on the princi...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published August 9th 1997 by McClelland & Stewart
(first published October 17th 1992)
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