“A thorough, evocative, exciting account of what happened that September … MacSkimming’s control of the story and his feel for character … give it a new electricity.”—The Globe and Mail
Relive the excitement of the greatest hockey series ever played, now celebrating its fiftieth anniversary.
When the hockey teams of Canada and the Soviet Union faced off against each other in 1972, they would change the game forever. Weaving together rich period detail, illuminating anecdotes, and thrilling hockey action with eyewitness accounts from Paul Henderson, Ken Dryden, Harry Sinden, and other series greats, author Roy MacSkimming evokes as never before those twenty-seven legendary days in September 1972.
“Cold War brings into full technicolor the desire and glory, arrogance and greed.”—Alison Griffiths, co-author of Net Worth
“Cold War takes you back in time and gives you the feeling you were there. I was there but I still learned a lot from this enjoyable book.”—Yvan Cournoyer