Women's Ice Hockey Basics

Women's Ice Hockey Basics

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Sterling
After 100 years of relative obscurity, women's ice hockey finally debuted at the 1998 Winter Olympics. For the first time, millions of fans watched as talented female players skated in highly competitive games. The sport had finally won world recognition. With more than 100 color photographs, this book demonstrates basic skating skills and hockey knowledge, equipment, power skating, shooting, and passing. Learn how to find or create a team, and how to locate women's hockey resources. "A useful source....This book excels."--Library Journal. "

After one hundred years of relative obscurity, women's ice hockey finally debuted at the 1998 Winter Olympics. For the first time ever, millions of fans watched as talented female players skated in highly competitive games. The sport itself had at long last won world recognition. With over 100 great full-color action photos, this practical book demonstrates basic skating skills and hockey knowledge, equipment, power skating, shooting, passing and scoring, goaltending, playing without the puck, training and crosstraining, how to find or create a team, and how to locate women's hockey resources. The author lives in Brooklyn, NY. 96 pages (all in color), 8 x 10.


Baker & Taylor
Provides advice on such topics as creating a team; equipment; skating skills, including turns and maneuvers; shooting and passing; and goaltending

Publisher: New York : Sterling Pub. Co., c1999
ISBN: 9780806965116
0806965118
Branch Call Number: 796.962082 FOE
Characteristics: 96 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm

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