The Science of Hockey: The Math, Technology, and Data Behind the Sport

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Product Details

Price
$14.99  $13.94
Publisher
Sports Publishing LLC
Publish Date
Pages
216
Dimensions
8.35 X 10.79 X 1.73 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781683584650
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About the Author

Kevin Snow has an extensive professional background in sports and media in both the United States and Canada, and his work has been published across North America for various print and digital outlets. He has written three books and also spent ten years with the NHL's Buffalo Sabres in public relations and content management. He resides in Buffalo, New York.

Reviews

"Once I picked up The Science of Hockey, I couldn't stop reading. Kevin Snow bombards the reader with deep insight, the types of facts you didn't think you needed to know until he asked the questions. Be the smartest hockey fan in your group--and win a lot of bar bets--with the trove of information found in this book." --Tim Graham, senior writer for The Athletic
"Kevin Snow's The Science of Hockey is a welcome, informative, thorough and necessary dive into where the modern-day game of the NHL stands. It updates the past by bringing the reader to the present in taking into account the many trends--technical, scientific, and analytical-- the NHL has incorporated. The book easily adds layers of knowledge to the viewing experience for both fans and sports writers." --John Wawrow, longtime sportswriter