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1.0 out of 5 stars Nothing to write home about., Dec 15 2009
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A mildly interesting book about various hockey scandals from the past few years. Although any Canadian hockey fan already knows more about these topics than is discussed here. The main purpose of the book seems to be to further Dowbiggin's feud with Don Cherry, and he works hard to fit as many shots in as he can in 200 odd pages. However, the most annoying feature of the book is that the editor has clearly never watched a hockey game in his/her lifetime. First overall pick Steve Santos, Johann Franzen, and my favourite, Nicholas Kronwall are all mentioned prominently.
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The Meaning of Puck: How Hockey Explains Modern Canada
The Meaning of Puck: How Hockey Explains Modern Canada by Bruce Dowbiggin (Paperback - Sept. 1 2009)
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