The Canadian Hockey Atlas
Doubleday Canada, 2006
The Canadian Hockey Atlas is more than a record of Canadian NHL accomplishments, though. Junior, senior and women's teams, as well as players, are profiled here; as are many city clubs that achieved international glory, from the Dunlops of Whitby, Ontario (“Go Dunnees!”), to the Smoke Eaters of Trail, British Columbia. This hockey atlas also includes the tale of a Maritime hockey rivalry so fierce that the federal government was once called upon to intercede, as well as the story of how Josiah Flintabbatey Flonatin left his imprint on Manitoba.
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