April 7, 2009

Hockey Books On Kindle

We've talked about this before. The e-book is very much going to make serious headway in the book landscape in the coming years.

Before we really see the boom take place, we need to see a victor in the technology battle. Sony has the Sony Reader while Amazon has the Kindle. You can buy either or both via the previous links.

Notable Titles:
The Game by Ken Dryden

The Boys of Winter: The Untold Story of a Coach, a Dream, and the 1980 U.S. Olympic Hockey Team by Wayne Coffey

Ballad of the Whiskey Robber by Julian Rubinstein

Brodeur: Beyond the Crease by Martin Brodeur with Damien Cox

Between the Lines: Not-So-Tall Tales From Ray Scapinello by Ray Scapinello

Splendid Is The Sun: The 5,000 Year History of Hockey by George and Darill Fosty

Hockey Stories On And Off The Ice by Dan Diamond and James Duplacey

Eleven Seconds: A Story of Tragedy, Courage & Triumph by Travis Roy with E.M. Swift

Here are the other titles available:

Pucks and Sticks and Dirty Tricks by Robert Fennell
Seahawk: Confessions of an Old Goalie by Bruce Valley
The Official Book of Team Canada from Eh to Zed: The World Junior Championships by Kevin Gibson
The Canada Cup of Hockey Fact and Stat Book by H.J. Anderson
The Hockey Drill Book by Dave Chambers
Hockey Tough by Saul Miller
Hockey's Most Wanted: The Top 10 Book by Floyd Connor
Hard Core Hockey by Rand Pecknold and Aaron Froeste
Hockey Legend Myth & Verse by Artica Burr
Hockey - A Game of Passion by Martin Lambert
The Chums of Scranton High at Ice Hockey by Donald Ferguson
Gross Misconduct by Erik Cagle
Open Ice by Pat Hughes
Heart and Spirit - The Toronto Maple Leafs of 2001-2002 - A Fan's Journal by Doug Magwood
50 Mission Cap by Adrian Brijbassi
Wayne Gretzky by Matt Doeden


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