Paul Kariya

Swift, E.M.
February 1993
Sports Illustrated;2/22/93, Vol. 78 Issue 7, p159
Profiles Paul Kariya, a first year hockey player at the University of Maine. Comparisons to Wayne Gretzky; Average scoring of Kariya this season; Success at the World Juniors in Sweden; Kariya as a fan of the Edmonton Oilers; Analytical mind; Decision to attend University of Maine; Physical growth and the National Hockey League (NHL); More.


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