Introduction; Into The Mountains: Blackfoot Crossing to Canmore; A Keystone Species?: The Role of Mountain Peoples in the Historic Ecosystem; Birthplace of Parks: Banff Environs; "If We Can't Export the Scenery...": Railways and Park Establishment; The California-Banff Beeline: Banff to Windermere; "Dividends in Gold & Dividends in Human Units": Government and Private Enterprise Develop the Parks; Heart of the Rockies: Lake Louise, Red Deer Valley, Yoho, and the Icefields; Unimpaired For Future Generations: Balancing Park Use and Preservation; The Northwest Passage by Land: Jasper to Edmonton; Synthesis: The Processes of Landscape Change; Index.
Eric Zweig is a managing editor with Dan Diamond & Associates, consulting publisher to the National Hockey League. His books include Fever Season, Tough Guys: Hockey Rivals in Times of War and Disaster, Crazy Canucks: The Uphill Battle of Canada's Downhill Ski Team, and Star Power: The Legend and Lore of Cyclone Taylor. He lives in Owen Sound, Ontario.
"Twenty Greatest Hockey Goals is a coffee table book destined not to collect dust on a table of any sort." - EMC Kemptville (Ontario) December 2010 "[Zweig] digs into the history of the sport while providing detailed accounts of the action surrounding each pivotal game." - The Waterloo Region Record (Canada) November 2010 "Zweig offers a more satisfying read thanks to full background stories, quotes and fascinating tidbits, not to mention 70 photos." - Hockey Book Reviews (Sports Blog) November 2010 "All in all Eric Zweig and Dundurn Press expertly present the Twenty Greatest Hockey Goals. It is an enjoyable read in which I guarantee you will learn something about each of the famous moments in hockey history." - Hockey Book Reviews