Got this for Christmas and ripped through the first 90+ pages last night. It's a really really fast read and I'm enjoying it, good read about hockey from that era when I first started following the sport thanks to NHL 92 on the Sega Genesis.
Don't spoil it for me. One criticism I have so far is it's an easy read because he doesn't go too deep into detail about anything. He quickly glosses over a lot of things that could be deeply detailed, but its not that kind of book.
Chapter 3 focuses fully on Mike Keenan, who sounded like a real interesting and tough guy to play for. I really enjoyed it. I should have this book finished in a week or two.