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Drafted first overall by the Quebec Nordiques in 1989, Mats Sundin immediately established himself as one of the most exciting players in the NHL. His perfect combination of skill, size, and speed make him almost impossible for other teams to contain. Since being traded to Toronto in 1994 for fan favourite Wendel Clark, Sundin`s rise has been meteoric. Toronto`s leading scorer every year since he joined the team, in 1997 he became the first European to captain the Leafs. In this book, general editor Scott Morrison and writer Lance Hornby provide a fascinating look at one of hockey`s greatest stars. Illustrated with over 75 colour photos and filled with interesting statistics, this is the perfect gift for any Leafs fan. (2000)
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SCOTT MORRISON, is a 25-year veteran hockey journalist and recipient of the Hockey Hall of Fame's 2006 Elmer Ferguson Memorial Award. Scott appears on the Satellite Hot Stove feature on Hockey Night in Canada. A highly respected hockey journalist, the Toronto native began his career at the Toronto Sun in 1979. After spending more than 11 years as a hockey writer and columnist at the paper, Morrison became Sports Editor in 1991 and led the section to being named one of North America's top-ten sports sections in 1999 — the first sports section in Canada to receive the AP Sports Editors North American Award. Morrison has authored several hockey books and served two terms as President of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.
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Book Description Key Porter Books Ltd, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1552631729