A Century of NHL Memories celebrates the NHL’s centennial by throwing open the doors to the Hall of Fame’s archives and unveiling some of the photographic collection’s hidden treasures.
Snapped by legends of photojournalism, and selected for their beauty and originality, or both, these photos cast hockey’s heroes in a different light, take you into the heart of the action or reveal as much about the charm of an era as the game on the ice.
The book unveils 130 stunning images selected from the Hall’s famed collection of 3 million+ photographs, and features a special foreword by Lanny McDonald.
Published in partnership with the Hockey Hall of Fame.
OWN PART OF A NATIONAL TREASURE | RARE PHOTOS FROM THE HALL’S FAMED ARCHIVES | SELECTED FROM A COLLECTION OF 3 MILLION+ PHOTOS
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Jim Hynes, a native and longtime resident of Montreal, QC, is the author of Miracle Moments in Montreal Canadiens History (SkyHorse Sports/ Publishing 2016), co-author of Saving Face: The Art and History of the Goalie Mask (Wiley & Sons Canada 2008) and TSN 25 Years (Wiley & Sons Canada 2009) celebrating the silver anniversary of Canada’s Sports Network.
He is also the co-author and editor of The Montreal Book of Everything (MacIntyre/Purcell Publishing 2007). Jim currently works as a freelance writer and editor. He now lives in Ithaca, New York, with his wife Mary-Margaret, and their two sons, Jason and Samuel.
Phil Pritchard joined the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1988 and has been instrumental in the museum’s growth, including the 1993 move to its downtown Toronto location, and, more recently, the 2009 opening of the new home of the museum’s vast archival collection.
As ‘Keeper of the Cup,’ Phil has also gained notoriety for his role of walking the Stanley Cup onto the ice to be presented to the NHL champions, a duty he has performed since 1994. He has appeared in several television shows and specials promoting the Stanley Cup and was also part of the “priceless” MasterCard television ads, the Discover “Peggy” commercials and the Honda Fit commercials. Phil has visited more than 35 countries, and has attended key amateur and pro hockey events, including the Olympic Games and World Championships.
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