Category: Book Review

Sean Avery “Ice Capades” Book Review & The New York Rangers vs Florida Panthers Experience from Sunrise Florida

Check out the two newest blogs here: Sean Avery’s “Ice Capades: A Memoir of Fast Living and Tough Hockey” Book Review NYR/FLA 11/4 Review: All-American Kevin Shattenkirk Bails Out Lundqvist From a Potential Embarrassing Loss, Rangers Complete The Sunshine Sweep & “Kevin Spacey” The Cats, The Empty BB&T Center, New Memorabilia, CZAR IGOR & More, […]

Sean Avery’s “Ice Capades: A Memoir of Fast Living and Tough Hockey” Book Review

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. This time, I present to you another book review, as I explore one of the newest hockey books on the market, in Sean Avery’s “Ice Capades: A Memoir of Fast Living and Tough Hockey”. If you’re new to this site, I have reviewed countless […]

New York Ranger Media Day Thoughts, AV’s Craziness and Why I’m Still Skeptical. Plus: An In-Depth “Behind the Bench” Book Review, as Craig Custance Interviews 10 Of The Best Coaches in the NHL Today, Including John Tortorella!

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. With my hours at my job piling up, the NFL season in full swing and preseason puck drop this Monday, life is already busier than it was this summer. While the con-artists at M$G try to bleed more money out of their fans with […]

Double Blog Action: “We Did Everything But Win” Book Review & An Update From the Frank Boucher Family Including Exclusive Pictures

Check out the two new blogs posted here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com today: George Grimm’s “We Did Everything But Win: Former New York Rangers Remember the Emile Francis Era (1964-1976)” In-Depth Book Review. Tons of Famous NYR Alumni Speak All Things Rangers, Many “Close, But No Cigar” Seasons, Comparison With Today’s Era & Much More Frank Boucher […]

George Grimm’s “We Did Everything But Win: Former New York Rangers Remember the Emile Francis Era (1964-1976)” In-Depth Book Review. Tons of Famous NYR Alumni Speak All Things Rangers, Many “Close, But No Cigar” Seasons, Comparison With Today’s Era & Much More

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. This is the first of two blogs today. Check out the main page for my latest update on my never-ending quest to get the Rangers to honor Frank Boucher. I just received a bunch of exclusive pictures from the family & you can view […]

“Losing The Edge: The Rise and Fall of the Stanley Cup Champion New York Rangers” Book Review. A Look At The Greatest Time in the Modern Era for NYR & What Could’ve Been, In This In-Depth Book Review w/A Ton of Pictures. Plus: “The Legion of Doom & Mohles”

What’s up everyone and welcome to the first of three blogs today, here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. If you haven’t seen already, if you go to the http://www.bluecollarblueshirts.com main page, you will see two other brand new blogs posted today. The other blogs are a 1995 Delorean blog & a blog on everything in the current day. […]

BCBS Update: “Keenan: The High Times and Misadventures of Hockey’s Most Controversial Coach” In-Depth Book Review, The 1994 Rangers, Why Mark Messier > Wayne Gretzky To Some, McDavid vs Crosby, Dealing with The Vegas GK, Ranger Players Hitting The Ice, Team Chemistry, Kerfoot, Stanley Cup Odds & More Ranger Updates

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. Have you had enough of all the pro Trump vs anti Trump debates? Have you had it up to your eyeballs with jobless people protesting every day? Are you sick of every action and word everyone says, being misconstrued as being racist, misogynist, transphobic, […]

Dog Days of Summer: “Art Ross: The Hockey Legend Who Built the Bruins” by Eric Zweig In-Depth Book Review, Covering One Of the Best Historic Books About Hockey on the Market Today, LISTAMANIA Runnin’ Wild, Jim Cerny vs Amanda Borges, Lundqvist Fans On the Defense Like Usual, Nationalism in Hockey, Why I Think Lundqvist Doesn’t Have “IT”, Weekly Jagr Watch, Eddie O., & The Latest Rumors & Rumblings in RANGERSTOWN

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here, on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. As the summer days start winding down, before you know it, the NHL season will be back. With the NFL starting their preseason this Friday (Let’s Go Giants!), the NHL isn’t too far behind.  Seriously, can you believe that we’re only two months away […]

BCBS Blog: One Summer Month Down, One to Go, Latest Ranger Updates, In-Depth “The Game, 30th Anniversary Edition” by Ken Dryden Book Review, USA > Sweden, Lundqvist’s New Pads, Andersson & Staal, Adidas/Reebok/CCM Confusion, Jagr Watch, Dealing with Basement Trolls, Donald Trump & Are the Rangers Done Making Roster Moves?!

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog/manifesto, here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. It is August 3rd as I write these words, which means NFL preseason games will come and go & before we know it, NHL preseason games will take place too. As I talked about in my last blog, I am not a summer guy, […]

The New York Rangers & Mika Zibanejad Play Nice and Come To Terms, Latest Chirping From the Rangers Rumor Mill, My Phone Conversation with a New York Rangers Team Representative, Jagr Watch & An In-Depth “Blood Feud: Detroit Red Wings v. Colorado Avalanche” by Adrian Dater Book Review!

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. As we continue to trudge during the “dog-days” of summer, I’m back here with another major book review. After I re-live my teenage years by reviewing “Blood Feud” by Adrian Dater (Formerly of the Denver Post, currently of BSNDenver), I’ll take a look at […]