Long Shots

Long Shots

By authors: Trevor J Adams, Trevor J Adams
Paperback * 148 pages
5.50 x 8.50 inches
Publisher: Nimbus Publishing

Paperback CAD $16.95 Qty: 


Today, the National Hockey League holds a monopoly on professional hockey, at least on this side of the Atlantic. In the early 1900s, a host of professional, minor-pro, senior, junior, and college leagues competed across the continent. More than a decade remained before the Stanley Cup would become the sole property of the NHL. In this era, it was a challenge cup, and it seemed as though every Canadian town--big or small--had a fair shot at the big prize.  


In these pre-NHL days, four teams from the Maritimes took up the challenge, competing for what was, even then, hockey's biggest prize. The 1900 Halifax Crescents club was followed in 1906 by the New Glasgow Cubs, in 1912 by the Moncton Victorias, and in 1913 by the Sydney Millionaires. In Long Shots, author Trevor Adams traces the development of early hockey in the region and follows these four Maritime clubs that competed for hockey's greatest prize, from their hard-fought victories and local celebrity, to their crushing disappointments.  


Includes 25 historical photos and an appendix of statistics and standings.

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