A new book brings hockey fans and collectors a taste of hockey history through its great players and NHL memorabilia.
He Shoots, He Saves, written by hobbyist and author Jon Waldman looks at all types of hockey memorabilia. Chapters include information on collecting autographs, game-used equipment and game-worn memorabilia.
The 272-page book features artifacts from all 30 NHL teams, the greatest players of all time, and the international game.
Hockey greats such as Martin Brodeur, Frank Mahovlich, Ted Lindsay, and Sidney Crosby join collectors and dealers in sharing stories of their personal collections and hobby-related experiences.
Featuring a foreword by Philip Pritchard, the curator of the Hockey Hall of Fame, the book includes 80 photographs.
You can read an excerpt and learn more about the book here.
Waldman has written for the Hockey News, the Winnipeg Free Press, and the Toronto Sun, among others. He is the co-author of Got ‘Em, Got ‘Em, Need ’em: A Fan’s Guide to Collecting the Top 100 Sports Cards of All Time.
He Shoots, He Saves is also available in paperback and Kindle formats through Amazon.com.