Bruce Dowbiggin is a sports columnist and author. Known as “one of hockey’s most perceptive witnesses”, he is twice winner of the Gemini Award as Canada’s top television sports broadcaster. Dowbiggin now writes a sports column for Toronto’s Globe and Mail. He is the author of five books about ice hockey, including the best-selling Money Players.
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Fast, violent and with a passionately political history, hockey is the sport that defines Canada. The sports columnist tells us how this came to be, and why hockey, still a thrilling spectacle, has also become more dangerous to play. He picks the best books on ice hockey.