Joe Pelletier, the Hockey History Blogger, shares some of his favorite stories from his website along with all new content in his first ebook: Pucks On The Net.
For the first time ever Pelletier shares his 1972 Summit Series confession; talks about his love for hockey and hockey books, remembers his encounter with legendary author Jack Falla, and shares his own most unusual story of hockey's most famous injury: losing his front teeth.
Pelletier also shares some of the weird and unusual and even inspiring stories from the world of hockey history, be it in the National Hockey League, the world of International hockey, or in his own life.
Joe Pelletier is the author of two internationally published hockey books: The World Cup of Hockey (2 editions) and Legends of Team Canada.
Pelletier has also contributed articles to The Hockey News, Hockey Digest, Sports Illustrated.com, the Henderson Jersey Tour, Canadian Hockey Magazine and Total Hockey. He has worked on various projects for Hockey Canada, USA Hockey, the Buffalo Sabres, TSN.ca, CBC, CTV NewsNet and the National Post.
Pelletier created and operates three highly acclaimed websites: Greatest Hockey Legends.com, 1972 Summit Series.com and Hockey Book Reviews.com. He has also contributed to writing or research to several books.