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College Hockey's Greatest Novels

With all apologies to writers like Ross Bernstein and John Bacon who wrote fabulous hockey books, I humbly present to you some of my favorite stories that talk about college hockey.

The Da Vinci Code- A professor is called to investigate Red Berenson’s secret for recruiting Canadians of Italian-descent.

Middlemarch- A tale about the time every year when Northern Michigan’s season ends.

1984-Bowling Green reminiscences about the good ole days

A Tale of Two Cities- The story of the rivalry between Alaska-Fairbanks and Alaska-Anchorage

"Things to Do in Denver When Your Home Ice Dreams are Dead"- Technically a song, but I had to find a way to work Minnesota State in.

Paradise Lost- Lake Superior State after Jeff Jackson’s departure

Paradise Regained- Lake Superior State after Jim Roque’s hire

Invisible Man- Scott Parse’s quest for the Hobey Baker Award

Into Thin Air- A weekend series in Colorado Springs

A Modest Proposal- Ford Field’s bid for the 2010 Frozen Four

Things Fall Apart- A season with the Wisconsin Badgers

Waiting for Godot- That first NCAA tourney win is gonna be here any time now, St. Cloud fans