I'm currently reading Money Players by Bruce Dowbiggin, and excluding some errors in fact (like Chicago and Dallas being division rivals - sure they are now, but the book was printed in 2004), grammar errors (like confusing the words 'foreboding' and 'forbidding'), and a disjointed narrative, it's an interesting read. There were a couple of chapters devoted to labour relations in the O6 era which were quite interesting, and I wouldn't mind picking up a book that goes into greater detail about that particular subject. Can anyone recommend anything of the sort, but perhaps better written?
Net Worth by David Cruise and Alison Griffiths is a fantastic and very well written book which was widely read in Canada when it came out. It relives some of hockey's most painful moments of the O6 era with a focus on labor relations, most notably the Red Wings failed attempt at a players union. Eddie Shore (as manager) and Alan Eagleson are covered in great detail as well.