Books

Book Review: Scotty (A Hockey Life Like No Other)

In "Scotty: A Hockey Life Like No Other", author Ken Dryden takes us on a deep dive into Scotty Bowman's life, starting with his childhood and leading into his short-lived playing career (ended by injury) before breaking down a coaching legacy that will likely remain unmatched in hockey history.

Book Review: Major Misconduct

Take a look at the image accompanying this article. What do you think when you see it? When a fight breaks out during an NHL game, the crowd is often louder than at any other point, even when the home team s...

Movie Review: The Russian Five

Inside Hockey Editor-in-Chief Kevin Greenstein and senior writer Darryl Houston Smith recently watched the documentary The Russian Five, which tells the story of Sergei Fedorov, Vladimir Konstantinov, Slava Kozlov, Slava Fetisov and Igor Larionov joining forces on the Detroit Red Wings.

Book Review: The Down Goes Brown History of the NHL

In The Down Goes Brown History of the NHL, author Sean McIndoe (of Down Goes Brown)  takes us on a whirlwind tour of the NHL's history, looking at everything from the formation and evolution of the "Original Six" to the 1967 expansion to the Canadiens', Islanders' and Oilers' dynasties to the present day.

Retro Rangers: Book Review – Before 94

In the summer of 1978, Fred Shero finally got a chance to coach the Rangers. Shero was a former Rangers defenseman who had been coaching in the Blueshirts minor league system for many years during the Emile Fra...

Book Review: New York Rangers By the Numbers

Uniform numbers have long been an important part of sports lore and serve multiple purposes. First and foremost, they identify the players, but they also allow fans to identify with those players by wearing tho...