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Blackhawks' championship book/dvd on sale

A new commemorative book by the Blackhawks will go on sale next Tuesday. The book, which includes a DVD, can be preordered at

A new commemorative book by the Blackhawks will go on sale next Tuesday. The book, which includes a DVD, can be preordered at


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By Daily Herald News Services

"One Goal II," the commemorative championship book produced by Blackhawks Publishing, will go on sale on Tuesday, Nov. 19, at all Blackhawks Store locations, team officials announced Thursday.

The book, which includes the DVD "17 Seconds," also can be preordered online via


"One Goal II" chronicles every moment of the Blackhawks' 2012-13 championship season, from the record-breaking season-opening point streak to the Game 6 victory in Boston, the championship parade and more. With never-before-seen photographs and feature stories from Blackhawks Team Historian Bob Verdi, "One Goal II" takes fans to ice level and inside the locker room for the historic journey that culminated in the franchise's fifth Stanley Cup and second in four seasons.

The book features a foreword written by Chairman Rocky Wirtz, a preface by President & CEO John McDonough and an afterword by national broadcaster Mike "Doc" Emrick.

Each book will include the DVD "17 Seconds," the hourlong movie that provides fans with behind-the-scenes glimpses of the team from Game 6 through the Stanley Cup's summer travels. A separate DVD and special Blu-ray edition of "17 Seconds" will be available at all Blackhawks Store locations at the end of November, and can be preordered now at

Additionally, a special video screen located inside the front cover of the book will incorporate exclusive bonus content, including TV and radio footage of the game-tying and game-winning goals in Boston, plus player and management interviews.

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