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Grapes: A vintage view of hockey

by Cherry, Don

Condition: Good /Very Good

Canada: Prentice-Hall Canada. Hardcover. 013363499X Signed and inscribed by the iconic Don Cherry upon front free endpaper. 218 pages. Reproductions of black and white photos. Biography of the star of Hockey Night in Canada's "Coach's Corner". "Only once in a generation is a sport graced by a personality who distils the essences of humour, pathos, and unrefined honesty to a perfect blend. Such a character is Don Cherry or Grapes as he became known to both friend and foe. Logging hundreds of thousands of miles as a minor leaguer, he played everywhere from Springfueld to Spokane and, somewhere in between, managed to squeeze in one game in the NHL." - dust jacket. Cherry ranked #7 in a 2004 CBC ranking of the top ten Canadians of all time. Book tight, clean and unmarked with average wear. Light wear to dust jacket which is now preserved in archival-grade Brodart. . Good. 1982. First Printing.


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