Fitzgerald's short stories are far superior to Hemingway's.
__________________ ďItís embarrassing. Iím embarrassed to be here right now. Itís not even funny. And itís just embarrassing, the way we, you know, the energy we have in the room and the way we approach practices and the way we approach this game. Itís not how youíre going to win any games in this league." - Jean-Sebastien Giguere, April 8 2013
Any popular book can be found online for free. Or at the library. But you might find a good book which teaches you hockey history that isn't online. They usually cost $20ish in Canada, cheaper for you though cos you're in the US.
If you're in the history section then look through, a very small chunk of non-fiction hockey books are uploaded online. These are the only ones you'd find, few more but those ones aren't worth it. There's a new book by hockey author Eric Zweig, I think it's called 120 years of Stanley Cup or something. I've been meaning to buy it.