Books tagged: Hockey

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One to Remember

By Ken Reid
Foreword by Colby Armstrong

 

From the national bestselling author of One Night Only come 39 new stories about what a big-league goal can mean to an NHLer

Including interviews with Billy Smith, Chris Mason, Damian Rhodes, Christian Thomas, and Slap Shot’s Dave Hanson.

This follow-up to Reid’s national ... Read more

Red Rising

By Ted Starkey

From the depths of the National Hockey League basement in 2003, to the league’s most recognizable, successful, and offensively potent team just seven years later, this book chronicles the rebranding and reemergence of the Washington Capitals. Fueled by the arrival of charismatic ... Read more

Return to Glory

By Andrew Podnieks

Remember the glory days of the Maple Leafs? Imlach, Keon, Mahovlich, Bower? But after their Stanley Cup victories in the 1960s, the Leafs fell quickly and became a laughing-stock for hockey fans. Through the 1970s and 1980s, the Leafs were an awful hockey team. But then Harold ... Read more

Stat Shot: A Fan’s Guide to Hockey Analytics

By Rob Vollman

With every passing season, statistical analysis is playing an ever-increasing role in how hockey is played and covered. Knowledge of the underlying numbers can help fans stretch their enjoyment of the game. Acting as an invaluable supplement to traditional analysis, Stat Shot: ... Read more

Stole This from a Hockey Card

By Chris Robinson

Stole This from a Hockey Card is a thinking-fan's hockey book that strikes just the right note for those disillusioned by today's NHL.

Chris Robinson pushes the bounds of both hockey writing and creative non-fiction in this hard-boiled contemplation of where hockey fits into ... Read more

The First Season

By Bob Duff

2017-18 marks the hundredth anniversary of the birth of the National Hockey League. But the league almost didn’t survive its first year. Bob Duff chronicles the trials and tribulations of that first season, and tells the story of that first generation of hockey heroes who ... Read more

The Goaltenders’ Union

By Greg Oliver & Richard Kamchen

In hockey, goalies have always been a contradiction — solitary men in a team game, the last line of defence and the stalwarts expected to save the day after any and every miscue and collapse from his teammates. It’s no wonder that anyone who played the position has had his ... Read more