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MONTEREY PARK, CA — With about nine weeks until the start of National Hockey League
training camps, we’re into that dead period where hockey fans, already desperate for their hockey fix, are forced to choose between playing NHL2014 on their video game console, or watching replays of 2014 Stanley Cup Playoff games on their DVR or on the NHL Network multiple times each, even though they already know the outcome.
Of course, neither of those options are ever enough for hockey fans during this period that should be known as The Dreaded Lull.
Fortunately, there is another option.
Indeed, there are a number of good hockey books available, many about former NHL stars. But a recent book bucks that trend, Instead, it’s a novel about the game and time when the game was much simpler compared to what we see today on NHL ice.
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