"Simply said this is one of the best hockey books written since Ken Dryden's The Game and Dryden and Roy MacGregor's Home Game."
— Peterborough Examiner
"A masterful job."
— Montreal Gazette
"A tense yet thrilling tale."
— Winnipeg Free Press
"The Greatest Game will stand up well as a good treatment of a unique set of circumstances that led to a game for the ages. After reading it, many will want to run out and find a recording of the game. That's pretty high praise."
"One of the most important hockey books ever written."