Imported from USA
One of North America's best-known hockey writers examines the strangest rituals and superstitions within the NHL.
Why did Wayne Gretzky start every pre-game warm-up by shooting wide to the right of the net (a rather funny habit, given
that he scored more goals than anyone in the game's history)? Why do many hockey players seem to believe performance is
tied directly to facial hair? Why does Geoff Sanderson use a different length stick for every period? And why did Petr
Klima break his stick after every goal he scored? Hockey Superstitions, by one of Canada's best-known hockey writers,
Andrew Podnieks, explores the fascinating and fun world of hockey superstitions: their origins, their quirks, and the
mythology around them. Along the way, it gives us an original look into the minds of the players and coaches behind