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2013 Hockey Books



Christmas time is coming soon. Here's a look at the 2013 hockey book releases, courtesy my other website HockeyBookReviews.com.

99: His Game, His Story by Al Strachan
Anchorboy by Jay Onrait
Behind The Net: 101 Incredible Hockey Stories by Stan Fischler
The Best, Worst and Biggest NHL Trades of All Time
Between The Pipes by Randi Druzin
The Biggest of Everything In Hockey by The Hockey News
Bobby Orr: My Story by Bobby Orr
The Boy Who Missed The Bus by Matt McCoy
Completing The Quartet: Hugh "Muzz" Murray
Don't Call Me Goon by Greg Oliver and Richard Kamchen
50 Greatest Red Wings by Bob Duff
Fighting Back by Chris Nilan
The Game: 30th Anniversary Edition by Ken Dryden
Gordie Howe's Son by Mark Howe
Heart Of The Blackhawks: The Pierre Pilote Story by Pierre Pilote
Hockey Hall of Fame Book Of Players by Steve Cameron
Ice Cold by Billy Pepitone
Keith Magnuson: Life And Times by Doug Feldmann
Keon And Me by Dave Bidini
My Last Fight by Darren McCarty
My Toughest Faceoff by Brent Peterson
The NHL: A Centennial History by D`arcy Jenish
Original Six Dynasties: Detroit Red Wings by Bob Duff
Number Four Bobby Orr by Sports Illustrated
Road To The NHL by Philip Croucher
Tales From Pittsburgh Penguins Locker Room by Joe Starkey
Tales From St. Louis Blues Locker Room by Bob Plager
The Toronto Maple Leafs: Their Defining Moments by Mike Leonetti
We Are The Goalies by NHLPA
We Are The Goal Scorers by NHLPA
Welcome To Maple Leaf Gardens by Lance Hornby
Where Countries Come To Play by Andrew Podnieks

Kids Books
A Very Hockey Christmas
The Brady Brady All Star Collection
Puckster's First Hockey Tryout
Puckster Goes To The Olympics

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