Author: Hunter, Douglas
Year Published: 1995
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Condition Rating: Slight wear, may have creased spine, folded pages, good-condition ownership stickers
Summary: Beautifully written and thoroughly engrossing, Open Ice remembers a colourful and unforgettable era in sport, and an extraordinary man who, twenty years after his tragic death, still touches deeply the lives of those who knew him. Tim Horton was an athlete, a businessman, and a man whose profound enthusiasm for life was checked only by the values and beliefs of his northern Ontario upbringing. Occasionally -- in the thrill of a hockey game or speeding on the open road -- he would allow those restraints to fall away, eventually with fatal consequences. One man's quintessential hockey story, Open Ice is an ambitious, riveting saga of the game, and a major accomplishment in sports writing.
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