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    Must Read

    Excellent book, captures both the joys and horrors of sports; finding hopeful and practical solutions
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    Who pays the price?

    Dryden offers excellent ideas for positive change. But there is no ceiling on imagination.If it is fun to play and watch, accept changes. Not one hockey player, anywhere, ever expressed their sublime enjoyment of getting punched in the face. Hockey has to join the modern world or youth will continue to search out other actvities. Nothing thats eats its young can survive .
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    Intéressant

    C'est intéressant pour un amateur de hockey qui a eu la chance de ne jamais avoir de commotion cérébrale durant ses années de parties de hockey. De pouvoir comprendre les effets négatifs sur le cerveau humain. Merci Monsieur Driden.
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    Game Change

    A story as only Dryden could tell it. Factual, emotional, entertaining while being informative. Hopefully the decision makers will listen.
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    Game Change

    A powerful open letter to Gary Bettman, who will probably be too pig-headed to acknowledge it. Exhaustingly, lovingly researched, this book makes a strong case for Ken Dryden to immediately replace Gary Bettman as NHL Commissioner.
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