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“A wonderfully detailed enrichment of the greatest sports moment of the twentieth century.

Wayne Coffeyâ€s fresh perspective artfully takes a twenty-five-year-old story and advances it to

the present with an enhanced appreciation of that stunning, breathtaking, still too-amazing-tobelieve

accomplishment.― —Al Michaels“The 1980 U.S. hockey team has been

mythologized in print and on screen for almost twenty-five years. Wayne Coffeyâ€s The Boys of

Winter goes much deeper than that and, for the first time, gives us a clear picture of who these

remarkable boys—and men—were . . . and are. It is a very fine book.― —John Feinstein “I

celebrated my fifteenth birthday on the very day that the ‘Boys of Winter†beat the Russians

in Lake Placid. Wayne Coffey brilliantly weaves the behind-the-scenes story that amplifies how

improbable this ‘miracle†really was.― —Pat LaFontaine, NHL Hall of Famer “The

great stories can always be retold, but when they are retold with the emotion, the muscular prose,

the freshness that Coffey brings to the Miracle on Ice, they seem new.― —Robert Lipsyte, New

York Times, and author of The Contender “No matter how many times I hear the story of the

U.S. Olympic hockey teamâ€s heroics in Lake Placid in 1980, I want to hear it again. It is

allegory, fable, wonderful drama. Now Wayne Coffey comes to the campfire to tell the tale again,

raising the requisite lumps in the requisite throats, adding new details to the familiar pictures. Very

nice work. Very nice, indeed.― —Leigh Montville, author of Ted Williams“First came the

Hollywood version of the Miracle on Ice. Now comes the real story, rich in context and texture, as

only a journalist and author like Wayne Coffey can report it and tell it.― —Harvey Araton, New

York Times “Meticulously researched, entertaining, and enlightening as an example of

sportswriting and social history, Wayne Coffey has re-created the event that would eventually put

the Cold War on ice. The Boys of Winter is the definitive book on a defining moment in American

culture.― —Jay Atkinson, author of Ice Time “Wayne Coffey re-creates the excitement of the

unlikely run the U.S. menâ€s hockey team made through the 1980 Olympics . . . an adventure

that seems even more unlikely now than it felt twenty-five years ago.― —Bill Littlefield, host of

NPRâ€s Only a Game and author of Fall Classics Read more Once upon a time, they taught us

to believe. They were the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team, a blue-collar bunch led by an

unconventional coach, and they engineered perhaps the greatest sports moment of the twentieth

century. Their 'Miracle on Ice' has become a national fairy tale, but the real Cinderella story is even

more remarkable. It is a legacy of hope, hard work, and homegrown triumph. It is a chronicle of

everyday heroes who just wanted to play hockey happily ever after. It is still unbelievable. 'The


Boys of Winter is an evocative account of the improbable American adventure i

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