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Seahawk: Confessions of an Old Hockey Goalie

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Seahawk is a history of a championship New England town hockey team composed of WWII veterans, and a memoir of a boy's lifelong connection to hockey. At the age of fourteen, the author became the Seahawks' goaltender. The Rye, NH Seahawks were a dominant club, and played for a New Hampshire Class B state championship and a New England Class B championship in the venerable ...more
Paperback, 152 pages
Published November 15th 2008 by Peter E. Randall Publisher
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Paul
Oct 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This is extremely interesting, well-written and entertaining personal memoir by a former Navy test pilot who has been an amateur hockey goalie for some six decades.
Christopher Obert
Sep 03, 2010 rated it it was amazing
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Bruce Valley’s style of writing brings you back to the days when life was simpler and hockey was more than a sport, it was a way of life. The “Confessions of an Old Hockey Goalie” are spoken with true emotions and genuine feelings. You can almost feel the bitter cold wind biting at your face as Bruce describes the action. He speaks of the passion and the drive that not only serves us well in sports but serve us well in life. I found the book to be well worth the read not only for the history of ...more
Skye
Jan 27, 2009 rated it it was amazing
Seahawk is a personal memoir of a youngster's late 1950s participation on a championship New England hockey team composed of WWII veterans, and traces that boy's life and connection to hockey across almost 60 years.

It's intimate, sweet and I enjoyed reading every sentence.
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