A Loonie For Luck

By: MacGregor, Roy

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1st printing w/complete number sequence. MacGregor tells the sometimes suspenseful, sometimes humourous story of ice maker Trent Evans, who was invited to assist with the Salt Lake City Olympics, and who buried a loonie (a Canadian one-dollar coin, for those unfamiliar with Canada's goofy coinage--although the nickname could as easily apply to any Canadian politician) at centre ice of the E Center, where Canadian hockey teams subsequently won two gold medals. This copy signed by MacGregor, on title page. Foreword by Wayne Gretzky. Blue cloth w/gilt spine lettering, 95 pages (plus Acknowledgements). An unread copy.

Title: A Loonie For Luck

Author Name: MacGregor, Roy

Categories: Sports (hockey), Signed (all categories),

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, McClelland & Stewart: 2002

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: As New

Jacket Condition: As New

Inscription: Signed by Author

Size: Duodecimo -- from 6.75" to 7.75" tall

Seller ID: 013958

Keywords: ROY MACGREGOR, BILL SLAVIN, TRENT EVANS, WAYNE GRETZKY, OLYMPICS, OLYMPIC HOCKEY, CANADA, SALT LAKE CITY, MARIO LEMIEUX, MARTIN BRODEUR, WOMEN'S HOCK EY,