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48 Game Misconduct

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After three work stoppages in the past 20 years, Keith F. Shovlin had enough! He loves watching hockey, and has his entire life, but in 2013, he had to take some sort of stand. Over the next few weeks of the aborted NHL 2013 campaign, he commented on the season that should have been as well as other insights into the NHL and it's history.
ebook, 93 pages
Published May 2015 by aois21 publishing (first published 2013)
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Lance
Aug 16, 2015 rated it it was ok
Shelves: hockey, own-a-copy, sports
Just a collection of blog posts that don't work well meshed together as a book. If read online while the lockout happened this would be better, but not in this format.
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Keith Shovlin
May 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Keith Shovlin worked for newspapers for 7 years in high school and college. His writings, both news and opinion, have appeared in the New York Times and Washington Post. After hundreds of news, sports and feature stories, he decided to step into the world of fiction. Polk's Soliloquy is his first novel with more to come in the form of the Millennial Row series. The first novella of Millennial Row, ...more