A must have for anyone who considers themselves a hockey fan. Hockey 365 takes the vast, seemingly overwhelming history of the game and measures it out in an easy to enjoy structure. The biggest challenge is only to read one entry per day. I'm happy to say I failed that particular challenge.
Colin Hanks, actor and director
A veritable cornucopia of hockey history and knowledge.
Bob McKenzie, TSN Hockey Insider
What great fun to have a daily hockey story for inspiration. Mike Commito’s Hockey 365 is a delight for fans of the greatest game. From the Stanley to the Clarkson Cup, from Ballard to Rheaume, from Gretzky to Bure – and a whole bunch of stories you never knew but will be glad you now do.
Roy MacGregor, author of Wayne Gretzky's Ghost: And Other Tales from a Lifetime in Hockey
Mike Commito has long been one of my favorite hockey historians. He has a knack for digging up the game's most fascinating moments and making them accessible to new fans and grizzled diehards alike. No matter how much of the sport's history you think you already know, you'll learn a ton from this book
— Sean McIndoe, author of The Down Goes Brown History of the NHL
Mike's daily snapshots of moments in time are the perfect reminder for why we love the game.
— Frank Seravalli, Senior Hockey Reporter for TSN
Mike Commito’s Hockey 365 can please and inform both die hard and casual fans. He even provides a twist or two on some of the most obvious dates on the hockey calendar. This book is proof that hockey happens 365 days a year.
Ken Reid, Sportnet Central Anchor and Hockey Author
An interesting read for hockey fans of all ages. For some it will be an education in the history of our great game. For others, it will bring back many terrific memories. Or both.
Scott Morrison, NHL on Sportsnet commentator
Mike Commito is one of hockey’s best historians. This collection of the game’s best stories is a triumph of his passion and insight — and is sure to enthrall hockey fans from every generation.
Dan Robson, Sportsnet senior writer, author of Quinn and Bower
For all of us who live hockey every single day of the year (guilty), Hockey 365 is perfect. A great mix of history and storytelling that will only fuel your passion for the game
James Duthie, TSN
Having been in hockey my whole life, following the history of the NHL has always been a passion of mine. Hockey 365 is pure gold for anyone who loves the game of hockey. I couldn’t put it down. Mike’s ability to translate stories and events from all eras of the game makes it a MUST read for any fan.
— Jamie McLennan, former NHL goaltender
Hockey 365 is a treat. I’ve long been a fan of Mike Commito for his knowledge and passion for hockey (check out his Twitter timeline for proof) so it’s no surprise that this book turned out the way it did. Great stories told by a historian who takes pride in getting his facts right. I really enjoyed this book.
— Jeff Marek, NHL/CHL host on Sportsnet and 31 Thoughts’
I am stuck between loving the memory or trying to forget the day I got scored on by my younger brother in an NHL game but Hockey 365 is making sure I will never be able to forget it ever happened! When I first started to read the book I planned on jumping ahead to that faithful day, November 24th, but from the first page I was hooked and quickly I was mesmerized by all these great events that shaped the history of the game.
— Martin Biron, former NHL goaltender and NHL analyst
It is a very entertaining and informative look at great hockey stories and moments that happened throughout the 365 days of the normal calendar year. An easy read! A fun read! An entertaining read! An informative read.
— Gord Stellick, former Toronto Maple Leafs GM and Hockey Analyst on Sportsnet
In Hockey 365, author, historian and unabashed fan Mike Commito has assembled myriad facts, stories and events, a delicious feast that takes fans day by day through a calendar year, sewing it all together with a thread that links the past with the present … You’ll enjoy every page of Hockey 365, well beyond the number of days in its title. The beauty of this sport is its wonderful shelf life, something you can say as well for Mike's book, a terrific addition to any hockey library.
— Dave Stubbs, NHL.com Columnist / Historian
Hockey 365 displays the history of the sport in a unique way, reminding us that every single day of the year has some momentous achievement or quirky happening. Like everyone else, I went to my birthday first, and now I know I was born on the day that Ken Dryden faced his brother in goal, making NHL history.
— Greg Wyshynski, Senior NHL Writer, ESPN
Just like a good goal-scorer, it is the gift that keeps on giving… 365 times!
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