50 Hockey Rules, a new book by Ken Jones, provides 50 pages of entertaining, quick-hitting advice for hockey players and fans alike, using the New Jersey Devils 2011-2012 season and playoff run as a case study.
Fiction author Ken Jones has announced the release of his most recent book, "50 Hockey Rules", which went into print distribution via Lulu Press in November of 2012.
50 Hockey Rules, a new instructional hockey book By Ken Jones, provides 50 pages of entertaining, quick-hitting advice for hockey players and fans alike, using the New Jersey Devils 2011-2012 season and playoff run as a case study. Whether you are a youth hockey player, hockey coach, member of the Devils' Army or just a hockey fan in general, 50 Hockey Rules provides many valuable tips and insights into the game we all love.
50 Hockey Rules attempts to frame several helpful hints for anyone involved in the sport of hockey -- suggestions on how to promote a team, tactics, player selection, fitness, building a fan base, tactics, strategic choices players must make while on the ice, methods for preparing a club to play and several related topics -- and then supporting those thoughts with real-world examples of how the Devils, their players and coaches addressed similar real-life situation during the 2011-2012 season. It is the author's goal that by linking these practical ideas to actual players and game situations that are near and dear to the hearts of hockey fans, that the concepts in the book might come to life and resonate with those in the hockey world who choose to pick up a copy of 50 Hockey Rules.
Professionally, Mr. Jones is the Chief Operating Officer of the Xerdict Group, a collaboration software company located in Newark, NJ. He resides in Central New Jersey with his family. This is his second published book, the first, American Soccer Dream, was a novel puclished in 2011 which detailed the story of the United States National Soccer Team competing in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.