The Greatest Hockey Stories Ever Told



Book Description

The Greatest Hockey Stories Ever Told is an anthology of classic tales from the locker room, behind the benches, in the buses, and of course, on the ice itself. You'll hear Mike Richter talk about seeing the ice, tag along with Peter Gzowski as he tries to decode the magic that was Wayne Gretzky, follow Red Fisher on a last visit to the legendary Toe Blake, and hear from the players who made the Miracle on Ice happen at the 1980 Olympics.

About Urstadt, Bryant

Bryant Urstadt has written about hockey for ESPN The Magazine and Details, and he has also written for Harper's, The New Yorker, and The New York Times. He lives in Guilford, Connecticut, with his wife and two children.