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Author: Jim Proudfoot
ISBN: 0770103782
Publisher Paperjacks Ltd. (1985)
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eBook NHL Pro Hockey '85-'86 download

by Jim Proudfoot


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Jim Proudfoot’s most popular book is 1973-74 Pro Hockey Handbook. 75-76 by. Jim Proudfoot. 1975-76 Pro Hockey NHL Guide by.

Book is used, in very good condition with some wear on the covers and some yellowing of inside pages. Featured on cover is 53-goal scorer .

10 results for jim proudfoot. PRO HOCKEY 1974-75 Jim Proudfoot NHL Team Stats Guide - Player Profiles. Pro Hockey 73-74 Jim Proudfoot NHL 223 PAGES BOOK.

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Jim and my buddy Paul Henderson collaborated on a great book called How Hockey Explains . Home Services Handpicked Pros Happiness Guarantee.

Jim and my buddy Paul Henderson collaborated on a great book called How Hockey Explains Canada. He is well qualified to test your knowledge of Canada's game. Ron Ellis, former Toronto Maple Leaf star, Director of Public Affairs at the Hockey Hall of Fame.

The 1985-86 NHL season was the 69th season of the National Hockey League. Twenty-one teams each played 80 games. This season saw the league's Board of Governors introduce the Presidents' Trophy, which would go to the team with the best overall record in the NHL regular season. The Edmonton Oilers would be the first winners of this award. The Montreal Canadiens defeated the Calgary Flames four games to one in the final series to win the Stanley Cup.