Random Hockey Book of the Week – Wk2

Week 2: The Great Expansion: The Ultimate Risk that Changed the NHL Forever
Here’s the second entry to our new feature… picking a random interesting-looking hockey book every Friday. Some of them will be ones I’ve read, but most will be ones I hope to read someday, whenever the time-demons decide to give me some of my life back.

Enjoy…

Via Amazon:

The Great Expansion: The Ultimate Risk that Changed the NHL Forever

It was March 1965 when Clarence Campbell, president of the National Hockey League, emerged from a long board meeting and announced that the NHL would double in size beginning with the 1967-68 season. Fans loyal to the “Original Six” were furious. Owners were irate. In The Great Expansion: The Ultimate Risk that Changed the NHL Forever, hockey expert Alan Bass profiles the power brokers and provides an in-depth study of the decision and its revolutionary impact on the game.

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