Title Power Play
Book Condition Very Good
Edition 1st thus
Size Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75"
Publisher Warner 76-441 1974
Seller ID 009303
Cdn.; originally published in Canada as 'The Pro,' before being published in the U.S. by Dodd, Mead; in the Stanley Cup Final a team's chances to win it all take a direct hit when the captain's ex-girlfriend is responsible for a scandal that isn't going to go away; whoever wrote the back cover copy is a mushbrain who understands exactly squat about hockey, and proves it with "To cinch the game, they opt for a power play--and lose."; in hockey, no one "opts" for a power play, Sparky (besides, in the story--which the copy writer would appear not to have read--a player on the team in question is assessed a two-minute charging penalty, and his team is scored on during the ensuing opposition power play); cover illustration by Hal Ashmead; moderate general wear; internally tight and clean;
JOHN CRAIG, HOCKEY, HAL ASHMEAD, STANLEY CUP, FICTION,