Dogs On Ice: A History of Hockey at University of Saskatchewan 2nd Edition

On sale for $36.00 online or in-store from University of Saskatchewan Bookstore: 306-966-4468.

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Over a century of Huskie men's and women's hockey is captured in stories, photographs, and statistics in the new, expanded Second Edition of Dogs on Ice. Published by Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame, the book will appeal to former players, university alumni, and those interested in hockey and its history. From Dave King to Mike Babcock; from Sylvia Carson051 to Shannon Miller; from Peter Spafford to Derek Hulak the players and coaches who created the Huskie Hockey Tradition are captured in this informative and entertaining chronicle of Green and White Hockey from 1910 – 2015.

Author/Editor Michael P. J. Kennedy, Ph.D. and researcher Bill Seymour have built on the success of the first edition which was nominated for the Saskatchewan Book Awards People's Choice Award. has taught at the post-secondary level since 1971 in Ottawa, Montreal, Regina, and Saskatoon. A lecturer in the Department of English at University of Saskatchewan since 1991, Kennedy created and continues to teach the first university-level hockey literature class in Canada. In addition to scholarly writing, P.J.'s work as a freelance journalist has included ten years writing a weekly college sports column for the Saskatoon Star Phoenix and being published in The Hockey News, TV Times, and a variety of other sports and popular publications. He has edited Words on Ice: A Collection of Hockey Prose (Toronto: Key Porter) and Going Top Shelf: An Anthology of Canadian Hockey Poetry (Calgary: Heritage House) as well as written articles for Huskie Athletics. Seymour is a former Huskie player, coach, and athletic director and a member of the Saskatoon Sports Hall of Fame and Kinsmen Sportsman of the Year.

All proceeds from the sale of each of Kennedy's books go to the Dr. Michael P. J. Kennedy Scholarship for Men's Hockey at University of Saskatchewan.