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Hockey Hall of Fame Legends: The Official Book of the Hockey Hall of Fame by Michael McKinleyMichael McKinley is an author, filmmaker, journalist, and screenwriter. A Vancouver native, he was educated at the University of British Columbia, and then at the University of Oxford. As a journalist, he has written for publications on both sides of the Atlantic, and has won national newswriting awards. He has produced several television shows for CNN, History, and the CBC, and is the author of several books, among them Codebreakers: The Secret Intelligence Unit that Changed the Course of the First World War (with James Wyllie) and Finding Jesus: Faith. Fact. Forgery, the companion book to the CNN TV series he created with David Gibson. He lives in New York City.
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Messier, the captain of a team representing Canada, and Jari Kurri, the captain of a team representing the world, didn't merely arrive at Air Canada Centre at the same time for the Haggar Hockey Hall of Fame Legends Classic on Sunday. Messier laughed about that as he walked toward the ice for the start of the game, and to see the famously intense man they call Moose laughing on his way to the rink told you all you needed to know about this game. Dispense with any idea that anything serious would unfold over two periods of breathtaking -- for the players -- hockey. History will record that Team Messier won in a shootout, the result entirely secondary to the entertainment value. It looked like a blowout after one period with Team Kurri up , but Team Messier roared back in the second and earned a popular victory using the mandated shootout. The scoreboard showed 19 goals scored with zero shots on goal, so the save percentages of Team Kurri's Martin Biron and Team Messier's Jean-Sebastien Giguere took a bit of a beating.
Sights, sounds from Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Weekend's showcase on ice
One of the fun things about my job at Upper Deck is the ability to get out of the office to meet our customers both the Hobby Shop owners and collectors. I have gotten to know quite a few over the years, and was very happy to be able to take a group of them to the Hockey Hall-of-Fame induction ceremony recently in Toronto. The weekend events include a media conference, a fan forum, the Hall-of-Fame game Friday night, the Legends Classic game, and then wrap up with Induction itself. I had the opportunity to escort customers to all these events, and a good time was had by all. The questions asked of the inductees over the weekend by media, fans and emcees were great, and their answers were everything from humbling to hilarious.
A three-time Stanley Cup champion and four-time Vezina Trophy winner with the New Jersey Devils, Brodeur won games and had shutouts in his 20 seasons. The year-old, who had a long career in the minors, played just 45 games in the NHL, but returned to the fold in as a league ambassador. Rather, I hope that my induction is a testament to what is clearly a collective contribution. Olympic participation and how the league has dealt with concussions have been among some of the other issues where criticism has been directed his way. Louis went from undrafted free agent to Hart Trophy winner and two-time scoring champion with the Tampa Bay Lightning, including a Cup victory in Louis said. When it seems like all of the doors are closing, look for a window and find a way in.