NHL Books

Here are some hockey books on the history of the NHL, statistics, NHL guides and record books.

NHL Official Guide and Record Book

NHL Guide NHL Official Guide and Record Book (2004) - Dan Diamond.
A comprehensive and offical source for all National Hockey League records, stats, and information about the league.

Hockey Scouting Report 2004 : Over 430 NHL Players

Hockey Scouting Report Hockey Scouting Report 2004 : Over 430 NHL Players - Sherry Ross & Michael Berger.
Get comprehensive, insider assessments of all the active NHL players--more than 430 from all 27 teams. The sleepers, the up-and-comers, the heroes, and the enforcers are all included in the 18th edition of this who's who of the ice. Evaluate the latest statistics on each player's performance, along with an analysis of his physical game, finesse, and the intangibles that could make or break his game, plus a projection of how he'll perform next year.

Hockey Register : Every Player, Every Stat

Hockey Register Hockey Register : Every Player, Every Stat - David Walton.
An encyclopedic who's who in hockey today, this comprehensive reference is the #1 source for information on every NHL player and head coach from the 2003-2004 season. Includes detailed and up-to-date year-by-year statistics; biographical facts; career milestones; and highlights.

Hockey Guide: 2003-2004 Edition

Hockey Guide Hockey Guide: 2003-2004 Edition - Joe Hoppel, Steve Meyerhoff, Tony Nistler, Craig Carter.
The Hockey Guide is an annually updated preview for the upcoming season, complete with schedules, rosters, and statistics.

Hockey Chronicle

Hockey Chronicle Hockey Chronicle - Stan Fischler.
This detailed account of the game of hockey traces the sport year-by-year from 1900 through the 21st century. Hockey Chronicle recounts the passionate pursuit of the Stanley Cup not just through rich text but also through more than 1000 full-color, historic photographs.

Cracked Ice: An Insiders Look at the NHL

Cracked Ice Cracked Ice: An Insiders Look at the NHL - Stan Fischler.
Fischler tells the story of hockey in the first half of the '90s; it's not a pretty one, filled as it is with greed, strikes, lockouts, management fiascoes, on-ice free-for-alls, and a revolving door in the commissioner's office. Moving into the late '90s, it gets worse: Fischler next focuses on Nashville's attempts to woo the Jersey Devils south before winning an expansion franchise, the Whalers move from Hartford to North Carolina, the sale of the Islanders to a buyer who didn't have close to the necessary money, the concentration of power in the Players' Association, and the 11th-hour bail-outs of Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay.

Total NHL: The Ultimate Source on the National Hockey League

Total NHL Total NHL: The Ultimate Source on the National Hockey League - Dan Diamond.
Find every conceivable NHL statistic from the inception of the league, in one convinient source.