October 08, 2003
My Favorite Hockey Books

Behind the Red Line, by Tod Hartje: Tales of the first American to lay in the Russian Hockey League.

Cold War, by Roy Macskimming: Captures the epic 1972 Canada Soviet series.

Tropic Of Hockey, by Dave Bidini: Explores hockey in unlikely locales like China and Africa.

Goon, by Doug Smith: An insight into minor league hockey and the role of enforcer in professional hockey.

The Game, by Ken Dryden: One of the best (and smartest) goalies of all time recounts his last season with the 1979 Montreal Canadiens.

Posted by david on October 08, 2003
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I once dated a guy with season tickets to hockey games. I had never been before -- that place was exciting, especially since we had seats right next to the ring and I would jump when the puck hit the shield. The fans were as interesting as the game -- wild and crazy. lol

Posted by: Terry on October 9, 2003 11:12 AM
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