Faces have changed across the sport since Home Game was first published in 1989, but much of the material remains relevant. MacGregor, author of the fine novels Canoe Lake and The Last Season, provides a poignant coda to the book in his description of playing in an old-timers league, where, just as in the youth leagues, hockey is still all that matters on gameday. --David Gowdey --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
I can see why Canadians love there game so much through this group of essays they are very interesting I wish americans loved hockey as much as the Canadians do then I wouldn't be... Read morePublished on Sept. 10 2003 by Michael Allen Miller
"So what can a 10-year-old book on ice hockey really teach me about the sport and Canada?" I wondered as I started Home Game. The answer is pretty much everything. Read morePublished on Dec 28 1999 by David Ljunggren
Ken Dryden's book simply strengthens the popular notion that he is not only one of the greatest goalies ever, he is the smartest man in the game, period. Read morePublished on Nov. 28 1999 by Chris Bowen