In Star-Spangled Hockey, legendary hockey writer Kevin Allen takes readers on a journey from the earliest days of USA Hockey to celebrate the organization's 75th anniversary. From the beginning, when the organization was started literally out of a shoebox in Tom Lockhart's New York City apartment, to the excitement generated by the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, this book covers the fascinating history of amateur hockey in America.
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About the Author
Kevin Allen is the president of the Professional Hockey Writers Association and a reporter on the NHL who has written about 24 Stanley Cup Finals and has covered more than 550 NHL playoff games. He is the author of several other hockey books, including USA Hockey, and he is a coauthor of What It Means to Be a Red Wing. He lives in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
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