On the Edge: Women Making Hockey History
| Women have been playing hockey for over a hundred
The turbulent world of this steel-edged sport is brought front and centre. Contains interviews with hockey insiders and star players, vivid photographs, a critical look at the media and the hockey establishment, and the challenge of the first Olympics for women's hockey.
Here is a dramatic look at the history, controversies and extraordinary popularity of the game, while highlighting the talented women who play for the love of the sport.
Written by Elizabeth Etue and Megan K. Williams. Published by Second Story Press, 1997.
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