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Road Games: A Year in the Life of the NHL Hardcover – October 14, 1993
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“Provacative, revealing, and entertaining...sports journalism at its best!”
–The Hamilton Spectator
“Road Games is a trip every hockey fan should take.”
–The Toronto Star
“It’s all here – the greed, the glory, the gloom, the guts of the NHL. MacGregor has written one of the best non-fiction books on the game.”
–The Edmonton Journal
“Not just a must-read for the thinking hockey fan, Road Games is a fascinating work of non-fiction by anybody's standards.”
From the Inside Flap
ames</i> is a passionate, engrossing and authoritative chronicle of the extraordinary 1992-93 NHL season, one that ended with an inquiry into whether or not the Ottawa Senators deliverately "tanked it" to secure their first overall draft pick of hockey's newest sensation, Alexandre Daigle. This was the season that Mario Lemieux's involvement in a sordid scandal was forgotten when he overcame cancer to win the scoring title; Doug Gilmour emerged as one of the game's finest players; and European stars Selanne, Bure, Mogilny and Fedorov rose to preeminence, while the North American hockey heroes-Gretzky, Lemieux, and Lindros-endured a season marked by injury, sickness, disturbing controversy and moving comeback.