Friday, April 30, 2010

New Book & Booksigning - Hockey Night in Utica by Jim Mancuso
Clinton, NY hockey recognized and remembered - Rome Observer 04/29/10 CLINTON — A celebration to recognize the important role that Clinton has played in the development and popularity of professional hockey throughout the United States is planned for Monday, May 3 at 7 p.m. at the Clinton Historical Society with the first public release and book signing of “Hockey Night in Utica,” the latest book in a series by internationally recognized hockey historian, James Mancuso. Featuring the history and relationship of the Clinton Comets, the Mohawks and the Stars, Mancuso’s new book is a history about professional hockey in Utica, New York, during the North American Hockey League (NAHL), North Eastern Hockey League/Eastern Hockey League (NEHL/EHL) and Atlantic Coast Hockey League (ACHL) years from the 1973-74 to the 1986-87 seasons. There will be several members of the professional Comets team present plus the author will be available to autograph copies. Mancuso has dedicated the book to Bill Horton, who tragically lost his life while awaiting a heart transplant in May of 1988 and has pledged to donate profits from the book to the American Heart Association. Refreshments will be available. The Society is located at No. 1 Fountain Street across from the Village Parking Lot.

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