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This is the edition with a publication date of 10/25/2011.
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A photographic yearbook for the 2010-11 NHL season that captures the power, speed, and grace of professional hockey. Hockey is a game of details: that extra pass on the power play, that defenseman caught off guard, that daring poke check from a goaltender. These are all of the little things that make the difference in the outcome of a game. And with the blinding speed the game is played at -- you blink and the details are missed. They happen, then they're gone. Reflections 2011brings together a year's worth of stunning sports photography offering a spectacular pictorial chronicle of the 2010-11 season right through the NHL playoffs. Relive the season with exciting photos of Steven Stamkos and Corey Perry, Tim Thomas and Marc-Andre Fleury, the Sedin twins and the Staal brothers -- and many other stars of the NHL. Feel the chill as you revisit the great outdoor games where both Pittsburgh's Heinz Field and Calgary's McMahon Stadium became, for a day each, the world's largest backyard rink. From the first drop of the puck to the hoisting of the Stanley Cup, it's all here. With over 150 thrilling hockey photos, an introduction that outlines the high points of the season, and a full section of year-end statistics, Reflections 2011captures the speed and strength, the emotion and excitement of hockey played at its highest level.
Michael A. Berger has served as the NHL's associate director of public relations and editor of the League's official game program, Goal. He is the creator of the bestselling Hockey Scouting Report, and his work has been syndicated nationally in USA Today, The Hockey News and Sport magazine. A four-time Emmy award-winning associate producer for FOX Sports, he lives in Los Angeles. The National Hockey League and the National Hockey League Players’ Association in conjunction with NHL Images and Getty Images are co-creators of this book.