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100 Things Rangers Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die
100 Things Rangers Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die (4 Formats) ›
By Adam Raider, By Russ Cohen
Trade Paper Price 14.95

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ISBN 9781600789175

Published Nov 2014

Most New York Rangers fans have taken in a game or two at MadisonSquareGarden, have seen highlights of a young Mike Richter, and know how the Broadway Blueshirts got their nickname. But only real fans know about the Curse of 1940, can name the players in "The Bread Line," or remember "The Save." 100 Things New York Rangers Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die is the ultimate resource guide for true fans of New York Rangers hockey. Whether you're a die-hard booster from the days of Emile Francis or a new supporter of head coach Alain Vigneault, these are the 100 things every fan needs to know and do in their lifetime. Authors Adam Raider and Russ Cohen have collected every essential piece of Rangers knowledge and trivia, as well as must-do activities, and ranked them all, providing an entertaining and easy-to-follow checklist for any Rangers fan.
Fighting Back
Fighting Back (4 Formats) ›
By Chris Nilan
Cloth Price 25.95

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ISBN 9781600789670

Published Nov 2013

Chris Nilan, who grew up in the tough and gritty Irish enclave in Boston, was a feared enforcer for the Montreal Canadiens, the Boston Bruins, and the New York Rangers and a Stanley Cup champion never afraid to go into the corners or take off his gloves. He was a valued teammate whose very presence on the ice affected the way the game was played. As an enforcer and as a teammate, Nilan ranks among the greatest of all time; when the cheering stopped, however, Chris Nilan did not do well. The same qualities—his aggressiveness and high-emotion style—that proved so valuable on the ice did not serve him well when his career ended. Nilan turned to drugs and alcohol to dull his pain and nearly died from an overdose. His story is a fascinating and troubling exposé of the booze, bills, and drugs that destroy so many athletes after their careers are over. But it’s also a story of triumph, as Nilan has been the victor in his fight against his demons.
We Are the Rangers
We Are the Rangers (4 Formats) ›
By Stan Fischler, Foreword by Rod Gilbert
Trade Paper Price 14.95

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ISBN 9781600788673

Published Nov 2013

Featuring exclusive interviews with the greatest players in team history, this is the definitive story of this Original Six franchise, told by the men who built it. Rangers legends—from Frank Boucher and Babe Pratt to Mark Messier, Henrik Lundqvist, and John Tortorella—tell of their experiences with the team to make a comprehensive oral history of the New York Rangers. This collection of first-person accounts is a must-have, perfect for any hockey fan.
Wearing the "C"
Wearing the "C" (4 Formats) ›
By Ross Bernstein, Foreword by Bobby Clarke, Foreword by Scott Stevens
Cloth Price 24.95

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ISBN 9781600787577

Published Oct 2012

Battle on the Hudson
Battle on the Hudson (4 Formats) ›
By Tim Sullivan, Foreword by Stephane Matteau
Cloth Price 24.95

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ISBN 9781600787270

Published Sep 2012

The monumental spring 1994 face-off between the New Jersey Devils and New York Rangers is recaptured in this mesmerizing account. Arguably one of the greatest series in NHL history, it changed the face of hockey in the New York metropolitan area through 27 periods in seven games across 13 days, during which Ranger captain Mark Messier guaranteed a game-six victory. The book presents a definitive portrayal of these two determined teams: the Rangers, an original-six franchise desperate to win their first title in 54 years, and the Devils, the underappreciated new kid from across the Hudson River who feverishly wanted to forge an identity of their own. This in-depth retrospective conducts an unforgettable rollercoaster ride of emotions that lives in the hearts and minds of hockey fans forever.
Playing With Fire
Playing With Fire (4 Formats) ›
By Theo Fleury, By Kirstie McLellan Day, Foreword by Wayne Gretzky
Trade Paper Price 14.95

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ISBN 9781600786372

Published Oct 2011

In Playing With Fire, Theo Fleury takes us behind the bench during his glorious days as an NHL player, and talks about growing up devastatingly poor and in chaos at home. Dark personal issues began to surface, and drinking, drugs, gambling, and girls ultimately derailed a career that had him destined for the Hall of Fame. Fleury shares all in this raw, captivating, and honest look at the previously untold story of one the game's greatest heroes.
Rules for New York Sports Fans
Rules for New York Sports Fans (4 Formats) ›
By Joe Benigno, By Jordan Raanan
Trade Paper Price 14.95

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ISBN 9781600783098

Published Apr 2010

WFAN's Joe Benigno and coautor Jordan Raanan enumerate the acknowledged rules of being a New York sports fan all for the first time. They have collected all the things that New York fans need to know, a code of conduct to live a civilized sports life. Some of the most vital rules include, among many others, only one team per sport; attend at least one game each season; never do the wave, Macarena, or chicken dance; don't sell tickets to rival fans; and don't blame losses on the officials. Rules for New York Sports Fans is a hilarious look at a singular sports town that's sure to inform and amuse. The result is an entertaining, informative, and amusing guidebook for the diehard—no matter what your combination of Jets, Giants, Mets, Yankees, Knicks, Nets, Islanders, Devils, and Rangers.
Messier
Messier ›
By Jeff Z. Klein

Trade Paper

ISBN 9781572437685

Published Sep 2005

The most detailed examination ever published about this hockey icon, Messier presents the true story behind all the myths, awards and accolades that even now continue to surround one of the greatest living legends in team sports. Known as "the Messiah" to New York Rangers fans for bringing the 1994 Stanley Cup back to the Big Apple for the first time in 54 years, "Moose" to Edmonton Oilers fans for using his skates, stick, and fists to clinch five Stanley Cups, and a national hero for helping his Team Canada win three world titles, Mark Messier is one of hockey's most recognizable and decorated stars. For the first time ever, the man behind the laundry list of awards and statistics is revealed in all his complexity. Messier shows the side of the player few get a chance to see—a student of philosophy, an unadvertised community volunteer, and a man who takes every chance to hit the beaches with his family whenever he can. The biography also reveals the hell-raising party animal renowned for his late-night antics, the beautiful supermodels he has dated, and the wild urban legends that have arisen around rumors of his private life.