Hockey Gods

by Nicholas J. Cotsonika

Book review

This was a fun read and should be on any “red wings fan” list to pick up. Cotsonika does a nice job writing this book and he spent that period covering the Red Wings – so it has great perspective on a memorable team. It is a quick read. Most of the information and stories shared are pretty well known to true fans – the most intriguing parts encompass the formation of the team and how it all came about, some of the insight into the personalities (players and coaches), and a little more depth into the Yzerman injury situation which adds to appreciation for what he endured. It’s a good book and enjoyable. I think some of the issues with these sports related books is they are somewhat anticlimactic. We tend to know the outcomes (in this case the Stanley Cup win) so although they still provide interesting tidbits and are worthwhile to read – there is only so much you can say.

PublisherTriumph Books
GanreSports And Games
Release date 01.09.2002
Pages count208
File size4.6 Mb
eBook formatHardcover, (torrent)En
Book rating4 (22 votes)

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