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Hockey Pages: “The Eloquent Jock” and “Hiding In Plain Sight” by Cassandra Carr

PuckBuddys introduced readers to Cassandra Carr last August with her book See the Light, which followed the budding romance between an Olympic hockey player and one of his coaches. An avid hockey fan, it’s not surprising that Carr has more hockey … Continue reading

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Hockey Pages: See the Light by Cassandra Carr

The Winter Olympics are months away, but you can take a trip to the Olympics early with Cassandra Carr’s See the Light. In the story we meet Jason Monroe, a New Jersey Devils defensemen and part of Team USA, and … Continue reading

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Hockey Pages: Slipstream & Oculus by Michael Offutt

Sure there’s a settled CBA and the NHL is headed back to the ice (is it too early to start yelling “Let’s Go Red Wings!”?), but that doesn’t mean you can’t pick up a book when your favorite team isn’t … Continue reading

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Hockey Pages: Cup Check & Stephani Hecht Interview

Back in August, the first books I reviewed for Hockey Pages were two of Stephani Hecht’s–Offside Pass and Between the Pipes, the first two books in her Blue Line Hockey series. I’ve now read the third, Cup Check, and also … 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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