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Raising Stanley

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Steeped in a tradition that spans three centuries, the Stanley Cup is the most storied trophy in all of professional sports. To raise it means you've won it, and to win it means you've survived an epic journey fraught with untold difficulties. Ross Bernstein, the best-selling author of more than 40 sports books, including The Code and Slap Shot Original, interviewed more t ...more
ebook, 288 pages
Published October 1st 2010 by Triumph Books (IL) (first published September 1st 2010)
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Cameron Robertson
This is a great book for any hockey fans. Raising Stanley has entries from all of the greatest hockey players to ever live. The players talk about what it takes and what it is like to win a Stanley cup. The players know that it is such a big deal to win the Stanley cup and they want to send that message to anyone reading the book. The players also tell their story and what they went through to get there. It was not easy for most of them but in the end they won a cup or two. One of the players in ...more
I loved this book, it was great.
If I could give a 6 star I would. This book is a must for any hockey fan that knows how sacred the Stanley Cup is and the dedication it takes to win it. The forwards and intro set this book up perfectly in all its pureness. Bernstein didn't want to paraphrase what these players, coaches, and GMs said as most authors do; he wanted the exact words expressed showing the deep meaning behind winning the cup. What's amazing about what Ross does is he grabs quotes from grinders, playmakers, role playin ...more
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