1. I like this website the best! I found it extremely useful and it is filled with interesting information. This website includes information about Maurice Richard's whole life. I now know how and where he started playing hockey. I also found out that he had 7 brothers and sisters. I like the layout of the webpage. The subtitles make the text easy to read and understand. I know the information is reliable because it comes from the Canadian Encyclopedia site. I just wished there were more pictures for me to look at.
2. This is another great website with the right amount of information. There are not too many statistics which might make my presentation boring for my peers who are not that interested in hockey. I'm giving this website the second position because it has a bit less information than the Canadian Encyclopedia site. After reading the information on this site, I now know that Maurice Richard was nicknamed the "Rocket" because he was a fast skater!
3. Great video which explains how Maurice Richard became famous in the 1940s and 50s. The commentator tells us a lot about his personality and compares him to Muhammad Ali and Jackie Robinson. He also explains what The Rocket meant to the French Canadian people. A new perspective that the other texts don't mention.
4. This website contains the most information. It is very detailed but is hard to read because the text is so condensed. I give it a number 4 because there might just be too much information! I also don't know if all of the information is accurate. I know that Wikipedia is a good place to start with when doing some research but I also know that people can add non-verified information to the site. I think that the Canadian Encyclopedia is more reliable.
5. I like this website. The authors condensed all of the important information on Richard's career. Although it mentions facts about his life when he retired, there is nothing mentioned about his personal life and childhood.
6. Video by the NHL. This video is mostly about his career as a hockey player in the 1950s. It includes many statistics. Many former NHL players comment on his type of play. We can see an older Beliveau when the Forum closed in the 1990s.
7. This website is all about statistics! Not very useful for my presentation. However, if you scroll down to the bottom of the page, you can click on a bunch of videos about Maurice Richard.
8. This website was not very useful. The video included on the website is a bit boring and only mentions a short period of time in Richard's career. There is also very little information. To access further information, we need to click on a bunch of other articles at the bottom of the page. I don't know where to start!