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06-12-2005, 10:10 PM
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Originally Posted by ClassicHockey
I thought that Espo's book was a fantastic read - although some of his Bruin teammates don't agree. One problem with the book was that it had a lot of factual errors, including talking about a players on teams that weren't there at those times.
The book is highly entertaining, but I noticed that problem too. For example, when he talks about how Pittsburgh beat the Rangers in `89 he says Francis played great for Pitt in the series, which is strange since Ron Francis was still in Hartford at the time. A wonderful book, but could`ve used a fact-checker.

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