More Frozen Memores: Celebrating a Century of Minnesota Hockey
By Ross Bernstein
Forewords by: Neal Broten, Marian Gaborik, Brett Hull and Mark Parrish
Pages: 256 (Hardcover Coffee Table Book)
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About The Book
Minnesota’s wonderful hockey history comes to life like never before in Ross Bernstein’s newest book, “More... Frozen Memories,” the updated and expanded sequel to the 1999 regional best-seller, “Frozen Memories.” With nearly 800 images, the book is both entertaining as well as insightful. Featured in it are literally hundreds of this past century’s greatest professional, senior, amateur and high school teams, along with countless biographies and stories of their star players. While some of the stories are riveting, intriguing and even heart-breaking, others are downright hilarious. From Roseau to Rochester, and from Warroad to White Bear Lake, it’s all here. Not only is there a complete history of Minnesota’s beloved High School Tournament (both boys and girls) there are also feature chapters and vignettes on the histories of the Wild, North Stars, Fighting Saints, Minnesota Moose, Duluth Hornets, Eveleth Reds, Minneapolis Millers, St. Paul Saints and Warroad Lakers, among others. There are also chapters on nearly all of Minnesota’s college and university teams, including the Minnesota Gophers, UM-Duluth Bulldogs, St. Cloud State Huskies, Minnesota State Mavericks, Bemidji State Beavers, as well as all of the MIAC schools. In addition, there are chapters on the evolution of the women’s game, in-line skating, junior hockey, junior and community college hockey, the 1960 and 1980 gold medal-winning U.S. Olympic teams, and so much more. From John Mariucci to Moose Goheen, and from Herbie Lewis to the Hanson Brothers, “More... Frozen Memories” truly celebrates one of Minnesota’s greatest treasures — the sport and lifestyle of hockey.