Book Title: Kids' Book Of Hockey: Skills, Strategies, Equipment, and the Rules of the Game
Release Date: 2000-10-01
Author: John Sias
Did you ever have a question about hockey, America’s fastest-growing major sport?
Kid’s Book of Hockey is the first book that’s organized in an easy-to-use question-and-answer style. Among the more than 700 questions and answers here, you are sure to find whatever you want to know about penalties, scoring, rules, strategy, or even the history of the game.
More than a quarter million people play amateur hockey; more than 13 million attend NHL games; countless fans attend youth, high school, and college games; and millions more watch hockey games on television in the United States and around the world. This is a book for all of them, as well as for the millions of youths who set up a rink in their driveways and take turns manning the goal. Read it yourself and test your knowledge of the game!
“Whether you’re a player, parent, fan, or coach, this book will help you to better understand the game of hockey.” —Don Vaughn, hockey coach, Colgate University
“The game of hockey has needed a book like this for a long time.” —Bruce Gardiner, former hockey player for the Ottawa Senators
“You don’t have to begin on page one—just dive in any place that interests you. What a great way to learn about hockey!”
—Bill Hanson, former head coach of Boston’s Catholic Memorial High School hockey team