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Is The Game the greatest hockey book ever written?

Island Morning, the CBC morning show in Prince Edward Island, is on a quest to find out. In honour of Canada Reads and Hockey Day in Canada, they asked five book lovers from across the province to make a case for their favourite hockey books. These defenses aired on Island Morning throughout the month of January.


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Book enthusiast Adam Florian made the The Game by Ken Dryden, one of this year's Canada Reads contenders.


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The Friday Night Girls chose a previous Canada Reads champion to cheer for, Paul Quarrington's comedic novel King Leary.


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Writer David Helwig made the case for PEI's own Hugh MacDonald's book, Crosby and Me..

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The team from Montague Regional High School has tapped into their inner Ron and Don for their presentation about Tropic of Hockey by Dave Bidini.


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Linda Lowther and Bob Gray teamed up to defend Roch Carrier's The Hockey Sweater as Canada's best hockey book.


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You've heard their cases. Now you to have the final say. Head over to the Hockey Day in Canada website to cast your vote! You will be able to vote ONCE a day for your favourite hockey book. The winner on Friday February 3rd, on Island Morning.

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