Hockey Books That Would Just Never Sell—Part III, the Finale

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Hockey Books That Would Just Never Sell—Part III, the Finale

Without further adieu, I present all die-hard hockey fan Bleacher Creatures with the grand finale of my "Hockey Books that Would Just Not Sell" trilogy.

Before I get down to business I just want to thank everyone for their votes over the last two articles especially with Part Two winning article of the day yesterday.

Now I don't want to explain everything for a third time so if you haven't read parts one and two, I would suggest doing so. That way you get the gist of what's going on in this article.

I hope you enjoy the final part of hockey books that would just not sell...

 

Lady Byng and Me by Todd Bertuzzi

Challenging Shooters by Felix Potvin

Making a Good First Impression with Your New Team by Mark Bell

Burning Intensity by Joni Pitkanen

Iron Groin by Marian Gaborik

Building from the Net Out by the Philadelphia Flyers

Anger Management by Chris Pronger

Modesty by Alex Ovechkin

Effective Captaining: Leading by Example by Markus Naslund

Playoffs: Going Deep by Jose Theodore

Two Wrongs Make a Right by Dan O'Halloran

Lord of the Cries by Sidney Crosby

Humility by Mark Messier

Tweezers 101 by Miroslav Satan and Alex Ovechkin

"Up Yours!" by Jeff Finger

Great French Canadian Achievements by Sean Avery

Public Speaking by Chris Osgood

How to Pronounce Perfect Engrish by Pavel Datsyuk

"Kiss My A**!" by Brian Burke

Inner Tranquility by Scott Parker

Unbiased Commentary by Chico Resch

Feeding Your Dog on a Budget by Mike Modano

1984 by Charles Wang

Negotiation 101 by Jay Feaster

Marital Advice by Denis Potvin

Hottest Hair Trends of 1970 by Barry Melrose and Brian Engblom

The Art of Ice Maintenance by the Mellon Arena crew

Staying Fit and 50 and Beyond by Ken Hitchcock

Run-and-Gun Hockey by Claude Julien

Great Expectations by Jamie Lundmark

Hit Good, Hit Clean by Jordin Tootoo

What to Do on a Delayed Penalty Call by Nic Wallin

Gracefully Accepting a Playoff Round Loss by Chris Chelios

Team Leadership by Jaromir Jagr

"There's No Crying in Hockey!" by Sidney Crosby

From Russia with Love by Alexei Chereponov

The Quiet Life and How to Live It by Jeremy Roenick

Learning to Golf by the Columbus Blue Jackets

My Days as a Punk Rock Star by Kerry Fraser

Blocking Shots with Your Face by Braydon Coburn

Keys to a Great Intermission Interview by Esa Tikkanen

For the Love of the Game by Peter Pocklington

Grease Lightning by Martin St. Louis

Broadcasting for Dummies by Joe Beninatti

Maintaining Personal Finances by Darren McCarty

Gaining a Larger Role in the Work Place by Scott Clemmensen and Cory Schwab

Doug Weight, My Hero by Ken Armer

Officiating a Fair Game by (Author Unknown)

How to Effectively Keep Momentum Going by Ryan Hollweg

Florida and the Desert: Perfect Hockey Environments by Gary Bettman

Romeo and Juliet by Sidney Crosby and Gary Bettman

Aim for the Glass by the Calgary Flames Power Play Unit

Quick Passing: It's a Team Sport by Alexei Kovalev

Newark: The Garden Spot of New Jersey by Barry Melrose

To Catch a Predator by William "Billy" Tibbets

Peace Pipes and Pucks: Hockey the Reservation Way by Ted Nolan

 

Bleacher Creature Creations

How to Be Successful and Good Looking by Lyle Odelein

Dump and Chase Hockey by Jaromir Jagr

Staying Calm and Relieving Anxiety by John Tortorella

Don't Leave Your Feet by Steve Downie

Washington and Me by Jaromir Jagr

Keeping Your Star Players by Darcy Regier

A Guide to Sportsmanship by Dale Hunter

 

Well, for those of you who can't stand this anymore, it's officially over. For those of you who love it, I'm afraid this is your last chance to take in some laughs and maybe even create some of your own by submitting them in comments.

And maybe, just maybe, with enough motivation, there may be a part four special far into the future.

I had so much fun doing these three articles and I hope you had fun reading them and got a few laughs. If so, I have accomplished my goal. Thanks for reading...

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