11-21-2012, 12:14 PM
Good hockey books?
Just wondering if anyone can give some good recommendations on hockey books to read. I've read a lot of the big ones already (Lions in Winter, The Game, etc.). And I have Pat Burns out from the library now. But I'm looking for more of hockey books that may not get a lot of fanfare that would be good reads.
For example, there's a new book about a Bruins player from the 60s-70s (can't remember who offhand: O'Reilly?). Is it worth the read?
Or the new book about Paul Henderson. Or the one about Bettman. etc.
Any suggestions on good hockey books?
12-team Keeper pool, straight points for forwards & dmen. Goalies get: 2 points per win, 3 per shutout, 1 point per assist & 1 point per shootout loss.
Top 8 forwards, 5 dmen and 2 goalies count.
We keep 8 forwards, 5 dmen, 2 goalies & 1 rookie.
Forwards: Malkin, Stamkos, Getzlaf, Hall, Kunitz, St. Louis, Kadri, Gaborik, Hartnell, Brunner, Weiss, Bouchard, McDonald, Connolly
Defence: Letang, Enstrom, Schultz, Markov, Keith, Carle
Goalies: Price, Niemi, Brodeur
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