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The National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book 1986-87 by National Hockey League1986-1987
Official Guide & Record Book 1987-88 by The National Hockey League1987-1988
The National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book 1988-1989 by Stu Hackel1988-1989
The National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book, 1990-91 by Running Press1990-1991
national hockey league official guide & record book, 1991-92 by NHL1991-1992
NHL Official Guide and Record Book, 1992-1993 (NHL Official Guide & Record Book) by National Hockey League1992-1993
The National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book 1993-94 (National Hockey League Official Guide and Record Book) by National Hockey League1993-1994
Official Guide & Record Book 1994-95 by The National Hockey League1994-1995
THE NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE OFFICIAL GUIDE & RECORD BOOK 1995 - 96 by National Hockey League1995-1996
Official Guide & Record Book 1996-97 by The National Hockey League1996-1997
The National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book 1997-98 (Serial) by National Hockey League1997-1998
NHL Official Guide & Record Book 1999 by National Hockey League1998-1999
The National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book: 2000 (National Hockey League Official Guide and Record Book 2000) by Dan Diamond2000
NHL Official Guide & Record Book 2001 by National Hockey League2001
National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book 20032003
The National Hockey League Official Guide and Record Book 2002-2003 (National Hockey League Official Guide and Record Bo by National Hockey League2002-2003
The National Hockey League Official Guide and Record Book 2005 by Dan Diamond2005
NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE OFFICIAL GUIDE AND RECORD BOOK BOOK 2005 by National Hockey League2005
The National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book 2006 (National Hockey League Official Guide and Record Book) by Dan Diamond2006
The National Hockey League Official Guide and Record Book 2006 by Dan Diamond2006
National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book 2007 by The National Hockey League2007
NHL Official Guide & Record Book 2007 by NHL2007
NHL Official Guide and Record Book (2007)2007
NHL Official Guide and Record Book 2008 by NHL2007-2008
National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book 20092009
NHL Official Guide & Record Book 2009 by NHL2008-2009
NHL Official Guide & Record Book 2010 by National Hockey League2010
The National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book 2011 (National Hockey League Official Guide and Record Book) by Dan Diamond2011
National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book 2011 (National Hockey League Official Guide and Record Book) by National Hockey League2011
National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book 2011 (NHL Official Guide & Record Book) by National Hockey League2011
NHL Official Guide & Record Book 2012 by National Hockey League2012
National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book 2013 (National Hockey League Official Guide and Record Book) by National Hockey League2013

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