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Tales from the Boston Bruins Locker Room: A Collection of the Greatest Bruins Stories Ever Told (Tales from the Team) Hardcover – July 29, 2011
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Kerry Keene has written dozens of sports-related articles for newspapers in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, including the Brockton Enterprise, Taunton Daily Gazette, Providence Journal-Bulletin, and Quincy Patriot-Ledger. He is a baseball historian and member of the Society for American Baseball Research and has held a position with the Massachusetts Department of Correction since 1984.
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The top level of stories are easy to choose. You can't have a Bruins history book without Ray Bourque, Bobby Orr or Lionel Hitchman. But where does one go from there? Many moments made the book, but others were certainly culled to fit the format of the book. Suffice to say, there's room for More Tales from the Boston Bruins.
One odd note. My edition had an extra two pages, reprints of the first pages beyond the introduction. I just hope that the next person who bought the book wasn't missing them! They'll never know about Charles Adams and Johnny Aiken.
There are numerous grammatical errors that never should have made it past any half-decent editor.
Lastly, in about the last third of the book, EVERY SINGLE picture has the wrong caption. How on earth did this make it to printing without being noticed?
For [money], there should have been more tales and less errors.
Also, the first printing of this book was mis-published. There were a lot of errors as the first reviewer stated, but has since been recalled. I was working in a bookstore at the time had had to go through every copy. If you were to buy it now, you'd get the corrected version with only one typographical error.