- Paperback: 200 pages
- Publisher: Biblioasis (Sept. 9 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1926845196
- ISBN-13: 978-1926845197
- Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 0.8 x 27.7 cm
- Shipping Weight: 590 g
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #805,185 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
On the Wing: A History of the Windsor Spitfires Paperback – Sep 9 2011
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From the Back Cover
On the Wing: A History of the Windsor Spitfires covers the history of the Squadron from its first inception in 1946/47, through its rebirth in 1975, to the teams final years, battling tremendous adversity to become back-to-back Memorial Cup Champions. Complete with more than 150 photographs, many of them in colour, and many vailable for the first time, On the Wing offers a history of the team, its heroes, struggles and victories, and is a volume that no true Windsor Spitfire fan, or, indeed, hockey fan, should be without.
About the Author
Currently the sports columnist for the Windsor Star, Bob Duff has covered the NHL since 1988 and is a contributor to The Hockey News and MSNBC.com. Duff's book credits include: The China Wall: The Timeless Legend of Johnny Bower, Hockey Dynasties, Without Fear, Nine: Salute to Mr. Hockey, On the Wing: A History of the Windsor Spitfires, and The Hockey Hall of Fame MVP Trophies and Winners. Duff lives in LaSalle, Ontario, with his wife Shira and daughter Cecilia.
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comprehensive dichotomy in regards to the original Windsor Spitfire ownership
management and coaching
For example in 1947-48 Jimmy Skinner was relieved of his duties and replaced
by Jack Dent and then Jimmy Skinner was returned as coach again for the
Then again Jimmy Skinner was suspended during the 1950-51 season and
Lloyd Pollock the GM and Tom Ivan the Detroit Red Wing coach and Carson
Cooper the Detroit Red Wing chief scout filled in while Skinner was suspended
This stuff was reported in the sports pages of the Windsor Star at the time
I am also wondering why the junior Spitfires were moved to Hamilton in 1953
I always thought the Windsor arena was destroyed by a fire but the Butcher family
operated the Windsor Bulldogs there for the next 10 years