Money Players : How Hockey's Greatest Stars Beat the NHL at Its Own Game
by Dowbiggin, Bruce
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Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 2003. Fine in hardcover in Fine dustjacket. 24 by 16 cm. 301 pages. Gift quality book. This book looks at how the balance of power in the NHL has shifted from the owners to the players. Pictorial dustjacket. Contains section of black and white illustrations from photographs. Black cover with gilt lettering on spine. Bright, clean.. ISBN: 1551990563. NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE WAGES BUSINESS, NHL, Business, Non-fiction, Sports.
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