The Game: A Thoughtful and Provocative Look at a Life in Hockey

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Times Books, 1983 - Sports & Recreation - 248 pages
The former hockey star and scholar focuses on ten days near the close of his last season and provides an in-depth look at the benefits and drawbacks of the sport

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User Review  - scottcholstad - LibraryThing

Boy, I don’t get it. I really don’t. I’m sure I’ll take some criticism for saying this, but I just don’t understand why Ken Dryden’s The Game is considered by most to be the best hockey book ever ... Read full review

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I enjoyed this book more than I thought I would. My grandmother, father, and son were all hockey players so you'd think I would already know more than enough about the sport. Plus I grew up in the 70 ... Read full review


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Ken Dryden is currently Vice-Chairman of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment.

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