Finnie WalshBook - 2000
Paul Woodward lives in Portsmouth, a quiet Canadian mill town. Born the day Paul Henderson planted the puck between the pipes against the Soviet Union to win the 1972 Super Series, Paul has no choice but to play hockey and he wouldn't have it any other way. His best friend Walsh, is stinking rich and a fellow hockey fanatic-and the only good kid in a long line of delinquent brothers. Paul's father works the night shift at the local mill, owned by Finnie's father. One fateful day as Paul and Finnie noisily prepare for their first season of league hocky in the Woodward driveway, they keep Paul's father awake when he should be sleeping. They accidentally trigger a chain of events that changes the course of their young lives and their hockey careers.
Publisher: Vancouver : Raincoast Books, 2000
Characteristics: 165 p. ; 21 cm
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