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Hockey Pages: Noah by Ben Ryder

Welcome to the middle of summer, when hockey withdrawal pains can hit in full force. Luckily there are some great reads out there that will have you thinking hockey, and more importantly hockey players, through the off-season. Ben Ryder’s Noah … Continue reading

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Hockey Pages: Power Play & Playing the Field: Faceoff

As the NHL lockout drags on with no end in sight, we’re all getting our hockey fix through other means. It’s a perfect time to pick up a book and read about some fictional hockey players and the guys they … Continue reading

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Hockey Pages: Offside Pass & Between the Pipes

I imagine that everyone who reads this site has a hockey crush, or two… or many. Odds are most of us won’t get to act on those crushes. The great thing about books though is you can read about hockey … Continue reading

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